History of Art and Visual CultureHAVC 135A Studies in 17th-Century Italian Art

Italian painting and sculpture of the 17th century in cultural and historical contexts, with special attention to figures such as Caravaggio, Carracci, Bernini, and Algardi, and places such as Bologna, Florence, Rome, Genoa, and Naples. Problems considered include the rise of the academies and connoisseurship, art theory, patronage, and definitions of style. (Formerly course 169.)

Credits

5

Instructor

Catherine Soussloff

Repeatable for credit

Yes