Italian Renaissance

Italian Renaissance
Art and architecture in Italy from 1200 to 1580.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesARTHC 202
 ProgramsContaining ARTHC 320
Course Outcomes

Research and Writing

Students will develop art historical research skills by conducting advanced research focused on a single work of art produced in Italy during the Renaissance period. Students will apply methodological approaches acquired in ARTHC 300 to their topic. Students will situate their informed, original ideas within the best art historical publications on their subject. Students will demonstrate familiarity with advanced research skills and best research practices as taught by the course professor and supported by the HBLL Art History research guides. Students will apply the formatting of an acceptable style guide with exactness to the completed research paper.

Italian Renaissance Art: 1300 to 1600

Students will acquire a solid foundation in the historical context of Italian art from ca. 1300 to ca. 1600. They will be able to articulate the characteristics of the styles, processes, ideologies, and philosophies of key artists working in Italy during the Renaissance era. Students will become conversant with select works of art in terms of style, patronage, reception, and meaning. They will also be able to evaluate the effects of cultural, political, economic, religious, and social factors on Italian Renaissance art.