Precursors of the Italian Renaissance

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The art of the Gothic period in Italy (1300-1400), also called The Trecento, was uncharacteristic from the typical Gothic style used throughout Europe.  Italian architecture was distinct and in some regions painting adhered to Byzantine influence.  However, a new style of painting emerged that revolutionized the art of Florence and eventually that of the entire Western world.  A major shift in art commenced that was inspired from ancient Greece and Rome, eventually leading and developing as the catalyst that heralded the Italian Renaissance in Florence. Frescoes from the Roman catacombs reveal the earliest themes of Christian art. We will conclude by examining the 5th and early 6th century churches of Ravenna. Recommended reading: Understanding Early Christian Art, by Robin M. Jensen, available used through Amazon starting at $21.

Class Details

1 Sessions
Weekly - Fri

Location
CE South Building

Instructor
Susan Bailey 

 

Notice

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Tuition: 

$20.00


Registration Closes On
Friday, September 22, 2017 @ 11:59 PM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
9/22/2017 - 9/22/2017 Weekly - Fri 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Albuquerque, CE South Building  Map, Room: 109 Susan Bailey