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ARH511 Studies in Sixteenth-Century Art

This course examines a specific aspect of Renaissance and Mannerist art in Italy, including Italian artistic influence upon northern European artists during this time. Topics that might be investigated include: Problems in Mannerist Art; Titian and Venetian Painting of the Sixteenth Century; Michelangelo as Sculptor, Painter and Architect. Topics will be chosen to take advantage of the art collections and special exhibitions of museums in New York City and the region.

Credits

  • 3

Attributes

  • Liberal Arts

Restrictions

  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Graduate

Prerequisites

  • (ARH202 Minimum Grade of D- or 11202) and (ARH361 Minimum Grade of D- or 11361) and (ARH362 Minimum Grade of D- or 11362) and (ARH440 Minimum Grade of D- or 11440)

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