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FREN 325     19th Century French Painting and Sculpture  (4)

A course focusing upon the evolution of great painting and sculpture in nineteenth-century France, from neo-classical representation toward modernity. There will be one classroom meeting a week to discuss theoretical and analytical issues linked to various artistic movements and affiliations, along with a weekly visit to Parisian museums in order to study on-site some celebrated exemplars of those same movements and affiliations. This course is part of the Sewanee Semester in Paris. Prerequisite: Only open to students who have completed FREN 300 or FREN 313 and been admitted to the Sewanee in Paris program.