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AN OUTLINE OF THE HISTORY OF MODERN ART
LINEAMENTI DI STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA

An Outline of History of Modern Art
Lineamenti di storia dell'arte moderna italiana ed europea (contiene Storia dell'arte fiamminga e olandese)

A.Y. Credits
2015/2016 8
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Francesca Bottacin after the class or on appointment via mail

Assigned to the Degree Course

Date Time Classroom / Location

Learning Objectives

this Course aims the knowledge of Italian and European Art through the study of the works, the Artists and the most significant Movements from Fiftheenth to Eighteenth Century (from International Gothic to Neoclassicism)

Program

01: Introduction to the Course; International Gothic; Miniature; Michelino da Besozzo, Jacobello del Fiore, Pisanello, Gentile da Fabriano; Oratory of San Giovanni, Salimbeni brothers, Antonio Alberti da Ferrara, Ottaviano Nelli; visit to the Oratory of San Giovanni (h: 3)

02: Florentine Humanism; Italian Renaissance, Masters founders: Brunelleschi, Donatello, Masaccio; Perspective : Leon Battista Alberti (h: 3)

03: The second half of '400: Florence: Benozzo Gozzoli, Domenico Veneziano, Beato Angelico, Filippo Lippi, Verrocchio, Botticelli, Leonardo, Michelangelo; Venice: Vivarini, Bellini (h: 3)

04: Padua: Donatello, Mantegna; Mantua: Alberti, Mantegna; Ferrara: Cosmè Tura, Francesco del Cossa; the Kingdom of Aragon: Antonello da Messina; in between '400 and '500: Signorelli, Botticelli, Perugino (h: 3)

05: Milan: Bramante and Leonardo; Florence: Michelangelo and Raffaello (h: 3)

06: Venice: Giorgione and Tiziano; Rome: Raffaello and Michelangelo (h: 3)

07: The Seventeenth Century: Naturalism (Caravaggio, italian caravaggesques), Classicism (Carracci, Reni, Poussin); Baroque (Rubens, Bernini, Borromini) (h. 3)

08:The Eighteenth Century: Urbino: The Albani family; visit to Urbino

09: International Gothic in the Duchy of Burgundy. Miniature: Limbourg brothers. The two Renaissances, Italy and Flandres. Masaccio and Masolino. Jan and Hubert van Eyck. Perspective and Oil Painting. Jan van Eyck (h: 3)

10: Robert Campin. Roger van der Weyden. Petrus Christus. The Haarlem School: Albert van Ouwaeter, Gertgen tot Sint Jans, Dieric Bouts. Hugo van der Goes (h: 3)

11: Bruges: Jan Memlinc. Gerard David. Hieronymus Bosch (h: 3)

12: The Fifteenth Century in Urbino: Piero della Francesca, Fra' Carnevale, Francesco di Giorgio. The Iustus of Gand 'Quest' (class with Dr. Tamara Dominici e Dr. Ilaria Perlini) (h: 3)

13: The Fifteenth Century. Quentin Metsys. Secular and Religious Painting in Antwerp. Antwerp's Stilists (Jan de Beer etc.) and Romanists (Jan Gossaert etc.), Hypotesis of Mannerism. Landscapers (Joachim Patinier etc.) and Genre Painters (Lucas van Leiden etc.). Still Life (Peter Aertsen and Joachim Beuckelaer) (h: 3)

14: Pieter Bruegel the Elder (h: 3)

15: Caravaggism. Baroque and Counter-Reformation in Flanders. Pieter Paul Rubens:Rethoric (Jacob Jordaens). Rembrandt Harmensz. Van Rijn: Nature and Rethoric in The Netherlands (h: 3)

16: Netherlandish Landscape: source and development. The Seventeenth Century: Flemish and Dutch Landscape, Specialisation, Italianates and the "Bamboccianti" (h: 3)

17: Netherlandish Still Life: source and development. The first Florists (Jan Brueghel the Elder, etc). Flemish Still Life (Frans Snyders etc.). Dutch Monochroms Banquets (Pieter Claesz. etc.). Other specialisation (h: 3)

18: The Portrait Painting: from ‘400 to ‘600. Frans Hals (Rembrandt) and Anton van Dyck (Rubens). Interactions with Italian Painting (h: 3)

19: Visit to the Ducale Palace, the Studiolo and the Gabinetto di Fisica 

20: Flemish and Dutch Genre Painting: source and development. Low Life (Adriaen Brouwer, David Teniers etc.); High Life (Pieter de Hooch, Adriaen ter Borch etc.). The Leiden Fijnschilders (Frans van Mieris etc.) (h: 3)

21: Jan Vermeer: the Praise of Everyday Life (h: 3)

Bridging Courses

for those attending only the second part of the Course, History of Flemish and Dutch Art - excluding students of Restoration attending all classes - is better to have done almost an exam of History of Italian Art

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

student should demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the major Works of Art and the most important Authors and Artistic Movements, from International Gothic to Neoclassicism in Italy and Europe

student should demonstrate to apply knowledge and understanding in paintings attribution and in cronology of painters and artistic periods

he should be able in making artistic judgments and knowing how to communicate them

his learning skills will be useful in his future artistic knowledge

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting Activities

seminars with other teachers, guided tours of Museums or Exhibitions, as well as film projections related to specific authors or restoration of paintings and frescoes


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

classroom lectures, Seminars with other teachers, guided tours of Museums or Exhibitions, as well as film projections

Attendance

attendance is not mandatory but strongly recommended

Course books

E. Bairati-A. Finocchi, Le ricche miniere, Torino, Loescher, 2000, voll. 3-4; or E. Gombrich, The Story of Art, 1950, any edition (related Centuries). ITALIAN AND EUROPEAN PART

C. Limentani Virdis, Introduzione alla pittura neerlandese, Padova, Liviana 1978, P. Torresan, Il dipingere di Fiandra, La pittura neerlandese nella letteratura artistica italiana del Quattro e Cinquecento, Modena, Mucchi, 1981 (ask to Roberta Dini, History of Art Institute, palazzo Albani). or E. Panofsky, Early Nethetlandish painting, Its Origin and Character, 1953, any edition; FLEMISH AND DUTCH PART

Other bibliography will be provided during the course, with slides and power points available on Moodle › blended.uniurb.it

Assessment

Oral exam, better to assess the preparation, the attribition's skills and his linguistic property

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

classroom lectures, exercises and guided tours to museums and exhibitions as well as film projections

Attendance

attendance is not mandatory but strongly recommended

another topic must be agreed with the teacher (contact via mail)

Course books

E. Bairati-A. Finocchi, Le ricche miniere, Torino, Loescher, 2000, voll. 3-4; or E. Gombrich,The Story of Art, 1950, any edition (related Centuries). ITALIAN AND EUROPEAN PART

C. Limentani Virdis, Introduzione alla pittura neerlandese, Padova, Liviana 1978, P. Torresan,Il dipingere di Fiandra, La pittura neerlandese nella letteratura artistica italiana del Quattro e Cinquecento, Modena, Mucchi, 1981 (ask to Roberta Dini, History of Art Institute, palazzo Albani). or E. Panofsky, Early Nethetlandish painting, Its Origin and Character, 1953, any edition; FLEMISH AND DUTCH PART

Other bibliography will be provided during the course, with slides and power points available on Moodle › blended.uniurb.it

Assessment

Oral exam, better to assess the preparation, the attribition's skills and his linguistic property

Notes

In case of impossibility to attend the Course, the exam must be personally agreed with the teacher (contact via mail)

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