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Curricula: Art

Curricula: Art

Art denotes the range of human activities that are (a) expressions of creativity or imagination and which are (b) appealing or attractive to the senses or (c) have some significance to the mind of an individual.

NOTE: This is not an article from the Catholic Encyclopedia. It is provided here for the benefit of those interested in pursuing additional studies in this area.

Contents

I. IN GENERAL

II. DIVISIONS

III. ARCHITECTURE

A. Major Themes
B. Architectural Parts

For components such as nave, transept, dome, facade, etc., please use the Search tool.

C. Development
(1) Prior to 1600
(2) After 1600

II. PAINTING

A. Major Movements
B. Early Development
(1) Catacombs
(2) Byzantine Art
C. Historical Development
(1) Before 1600 (North of the Alps)
(2) Before 1600 (South of the Alps)
(3) After 1600 (North of the Alps)
(4) After 1600 (South of the Alps)

III. Sculpture

A. Major Aspects
B. Historical Development
(1) Before 1600
(2) After 1600

IV. Music

(a) Early notation
(b) Music, Ecclesiastical
(c) Before 1600
(d) After 1600

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