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1400s quiz

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A beginner's guide to contemporary art

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Artists first represented the human body more than 30,000 years ago and haven’t stopped since. Figurative art has been a continuous tradition through human history. Even in...

A beginner's guide to the Baroque

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A beginner's guide to the Renaissance

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No, not the color and not the wine! In the 15th century, the duchy of Burgundy was one of the most powerful regions in Europe, and stretched from what is today central France up to...

A beginner's guide to the medieval period

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An overview of Europe in the middle ages.

American Civics

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Videos about how government works in the United States.

American Modernism

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Art had never been especially important in America. Before the Civil War, many of America’s best artists went to Europe and stayed. Even after the war, American artists found...

Ancient

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This tutorial includes the Ancient Near East, and Ancient Greece and Rome.

Ancient Aegean

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Ancient Egypt

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Woody Allen famously said, “I don't want to achieve immortality through my work. I want to achieve it through not dying.” The ancient Egyptians on the other hand, confronted...

Ancient Greece

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The ancient Greeks kept busy. They produced painting and sculpture that was copied by the ancient Romans, by Renaissance and Baroque masters, and by the royal academies up until...

Ancient Near East

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Was writing invented to record poetry or great literature? Nope. Writing was invented to help keep track of beer and other goods and services! The ancient Sumerians were nothing if...

Ancient Rome

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The Romans weren’t very original (they borrowed the Greek’s and Egyptian’s gods, architecture, etc.), but they sure knew the political value of art and they were brilliant...

Art and the French state

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Despite the brief dismantling of the Royal Academy during the French Revolution, art remained an extension of the power of the French State which regularly purchased art that it...

Art of the Americas

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If you are an art historian with expertise in this area and would like to contribute content, please contact Beth or Steven.

Arts of the Islamic world

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More than 1 billion people call themselves muslim and this monotheistic religion is now estimated to be the second largest in the world. Islamic culture was among the most advanced...

Beginning of World War I

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Called the Great War (before World War II came about), World War I was the bloody wake-up call that humanity was entering into a new stage of civilization. Really the defining...

Big Questions in Modern & Contemporary Art

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Why is that art? Can art be an idea? Does art have to represent the world we see?