The Middle Ages has often been described as the Dark Ages because of the assumed notion that intellectual or artistic achievements were non-existent. However, contrary to popular belief, art was productive in the convents and monasteries of Western Europe in the medium of illuminated manuscripts. We will begin with the art and architecture of the divergence of East and West in Byzantine works, continue with Islamic art in Europe and conclude with Anglo-Saxon and Celtic painted codices.
Weekly - Mon
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Registration Closes On
April 3, 2017 @ 11:59 PM