* ART 332 / ARC 332 (LA) No Pass/D/Fail
The Landscape of Allusion: Garden and Landscape Architecture, 1450-1750
To understand Man's changing interpretations of Nature as seen in gardens and landscape architecture, pastoral poetry, and landscape painting.
Sample reading list:
Rogers, Elizabeth, Landscape Design
Hunt, John & Peter Willis, The Genius of the Place
Ackerman, James, The Villa
Lazzaro, Claudia, The Italian Renaissance Garden
Jashemski, Wilhelmina, The Gardens of Pompeii
MacDonald, William & John Pinto, Hadrian's Villa and its Legacy
Reading assignments from 60 to 150 pages per week. (Also study of digital images). Course requires about 4 to 5 hours weekly preparation.
Mid Term Exam - 25%
Final Exam - 30%
Term Paper(s) - 30%
Class/Precept Participation - 15%
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
Recommended to have some previous study of history, philosophy, history of art or architecture, or literary criticism..
For department majors, satisfies Group 2 distribution requirement.
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