Art History Course (Audio Only)
- No requirements. This course is for beginners, art enthusiasts, and curious learners.
We have made it our mission to teach our students about art history. We carefully crafted this course to help introduce art history concepts to beginners. We teach this course in a fun, light-hearted, and informative way to get you passionate about art history. Our goal is to make the learning experience fun and engaging. We are different from other art history courses because we try not to put you to sleep. This art history course is truly a project of love made by many people to help you learn better.
We talk about the art legends in art history: Banksy, Basquiat, Warhol, Frida, and more.
The content of this course is based on our educational art history podcast, Art legends in History.
This Udemy course is the audio content from our podcast.
What will you learn?
You will learn about the great artists in history who have made significant contributions to the world of art.
Why study with us?
We make it fun to learn about art.
We want to build a community of people who want to learn, talk, and discuss art history.
Our goal is to make this the most understandable and fun to listen to course on Udemy.
We already have over 8000 students who are learning with us!
What are you waiting for? Start learning about art history today!
Who this course is for:
- People curious about art history.
The shared history of our human civilization has created significant artwork that inspires imagination, hope, and creativity. The colors that an artist uses inspire different emotions. The subtle facial expressions and posture can give the intent the artist wants to convey about their subject.
Every person has a unique insight when they look at a painting. Feelings and emotions drive these insights, allowing us to express ourselves through commentary with our words. When we bring all of our thoughts and comments about the artwork in one place, we now have a shared experience in learning.
We can discuss our ideas, argue our reasoning, and help each other grow to make sense of the artist's view of the world through their paintings.