ARTH 263 Baroque and Neoclassical Visual Culture (1)
This course will explore the development of visual arts, architecture, and the increasing circulation of different kinds of images in Europe, as well as in other continents, from the beginning of the seventeenth century until the late eighteenth century. Particular attention will be dedicated to the analysis of specific artistic phenomena (for instance, the influential diffusion of Caravaggio's style in Europe, the appearance of new religious iconographies in the colonial areas, and the growing activity of European artists in other geographic regions, such as China and Japan). The course will also investigate the emergence of a new concept of art in the second half of the eighteenth century in relation to the poetics of Neoclassicism and the debates inaugurated by the theories of the Picturesque and the sublime.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Arts & Humanities; World Engagement: CV
- Prerequisite: Recommend a 100-level art history course
- Offering: Alternate years
- Professor: De Mambro Santos