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Thursday, June 15 2017, 12:00 PM to Friday, September 8 2017, 11:45 PM

This course examines art made between ca. 1400-1600 that has traditionally been described as belonging to the Italian Renaissance (that is, art made on the Italian peninsula) and to the Northern Renaissance (that is, art made in what is today the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany and Austria). While these two subjects are often taught as separate historical and artistic phenomena, this course will consider possible alternatives to this prevalent model. By focusing on artists and art works that traveled in both directions across the Alps, students will have the chance to consider a more inclusive definition of the Renaissance.

Salve Regina Hall, Room 204

CUA Campus
Event Category:

Arts

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