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as of 7/2/2022

ITALIAN & EUROPEAN ART FROM THE 15TH CENTURY TO THE 18TH CENTURY
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Italy - University of Bologna - 'Univ. of Bologna'
UC Course SubjectArt History
Number & Suffix: 128
Full UC Title: ITALIAN & EUROPEAN ART FROM THE 15TH CENTURY TO THE 18TH CENTURY 
Transcript Title: ITAL&EU ART 15-18C 
UC QTR Units - Division: 6.0 - Upper Division 
Course Description: The course focuses on the principal facts and crucial questions regarding Italian art from the fifteenth century to the end of the eighteenth century. In particular, the technical methods that define style and form, iconography, and technique and the connections to the historical, social and cultural timeframe in which the works of art were produced. Students are expected to become familiar with the key themes and particularities of the period along with the ambitions of the artists themselves. Students are also expected to be able to identify and comment on the works of the most representative artists and movements of the periods. It begins with the life and work of Leonardo da Vinci and concludes with the careers of Antonio Canova and Jacques-Louis David. It focuses on artists, movements, and essential topics, and at the same time provides students with the tools for understanding and analyzing the works of art, in relation to their historical and cultural context, their style, iconography, and technique. Students are expected to complete the knowledge and skills acquired during lectures with the assigned background readings. Students who write a term paper on a pre-approved topic are awarded one extra unit for the course. Maximum number of units for the course is 6. Assessment is based on a final a written exam. 
Language of Instruction: Italian
 
Partner Title: STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA 
Partner University Department: Storia 
Partner University Course Number: 11965