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Courses in Art History in Italy

You will be provided with comprehensive knowledge about artists and art related work in all of the fine arts across history and the social context at the time.

Course in Art History in Italy

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Rome, Italy

In our Art History & Fashion Program, you can choose from a series of courses on Art History (from Ancient to Baroque), Conservation, and so much more. You also have the o ... +

In our Art History & Fashion Program, you can choose from a series of courses on Art History (from Ancient to Baroque), Conservation, and so much more. You also have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take fashion-related courses (including design and styling) at the Accademia di Costume e Moda, one of the best-known Fashion Academies in Rome, or take art classes at the Rome University of Fine Arts (RUFA). -
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Full-time
English, Italian
Campus
 
Florence, Italy

In this course, many artworks in the history of Italy and Europe will be studied; including those that can be visited actually in Florence.

In this course, many artworks in the history of Italy and Europe will be studied; including those that can be visited actually in Florence. -
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Part-time
2 - 12 weeks
English
Oct 2021
Campus
 
Florence, Italy

This course provides students with an introduction to two key areas of art historical analysis and recognition. This introduction serves as a primary foundation from which the ... +

This course provides students with an introduction to two key areas of art historical analysis and recognition. This introduction serves as a primary foundation from which they develop their ability to view art and architecture technically, academically, and formally. Students are encouraged to contextualize what they see and to remain aware of the importance of the circumstances of every artwork’s conception. They consider how artworks can be viewed as bearers of both explicit and implicit meaning, and they carry out close readings of artworks in order to observe the significance of specific details. The principal aim of the course is to make students aware that each work of art that they scrutinize is an articulate and articulated object, and that they have the capacity to understand what they see through systematic visual examination. The course will introduce students to fundamental developments in art history exemplified in the work of selected writers, who laid the subject’s foundations. -
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Italian
Oct 2021
Campus
 

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