What's included in the Program
How the Program Works
Introduction to Modern European Art is a self-paced program, which includes lots of visual images (many not easily found), carefully researched and easy to read articles, links to quality videos and other readings, and section questions, which encourage you to think about your response to each of the sections in the program. You can also contact the presenter at any time with questions and comments.
You can complete the program in any order, but the beauty of this program is that you can see the context for the development of Modern Art and how and why changes occurred when they did. There are lots of interesting stories about how artists collaborated and learnt from each other.
It's been designed for students, adult learners and teachers to be informative, enjoyable and trustworthy.
Examples of artworks from each of the periods covered in the program
Piet Mondrian, Lozenge Composition with Red Grey Blue Yellow and Black, 1924-25
Joseph Albers, Stacking Tables, 1926
Angélique Mongrez, Mars and Venus, 1841
try for one week - then if you choose to purchase unlimited access, this fee will be deducted from the total cost.
1 week enrolment
free until further notice
To learn more about the program and the presenter watch the introductory video