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HISTORY OF MODERN ART II
STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA II

A.Y. Credits
2018/2019 12
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Anna Maria Ambrosini Massari Palazzo Albani, after lessons, possibly on appointment

Assigned to the Degree Course

Art History (LM-89)
Curriculum: PERCORSO COMUNE
Date Time Classroom / Location
Date Time Classroom / Location

Learning Objectives

The course aims to achieve mastery in knowledges and methods for a high education degree in art history,  so to be able to be employed in teaching and in every possible application of the master's degree in art history.

The first part of the course (36 hours, beginning in the first half of the academic year) aims to educate at recognizing artistics' manners, underlining  differences and similarities, with their  exclusive and recurring characters, in order to let students became able at recognizing artists and their works.

The Language of art forms considered as the content opens to understand the context and history that make it possible: recognizing artistic manners means knowing the development of art history from its most direct expression: the language of forms. Such language, on the other hand, it is also the main connection of art as a historical sequence and to be alble to understand the contexts.

The second part of the course (36 hours) will address a topic of central importance and very actual, world being preparing for 2020's celebration of the fifth centenary of the death of one of the greatest artists of all times and places: Raphael. In particular, the difficult education period between Urbino and Umbria and between Perugino, Pinturicchio and Signorelli will be in focus.

Program

The course is organized by referring to basic manuals of history of art, which will be addressed by selecting works and themes, periods and currents, to locate twists and turns of artistic styles.

Lessons includes exercise in recognition and attribution of works of art, in particular through the comparison between works of an artist, more than an artist, various artists from different cultural areas and so on.

The course will reference a history ranging from the dawn of the Renaissance to Neoclassicism, obviously with an appropriate selection of works and themes of historical and artistic developments.

The second part of the course will examine the works, in particular drawings and paintings by Raphael, analyzing them on the basis of the philological, documentary and critical response, extending to his epoch and to the protagonists and supporting actors, the study of the very particular context in which Raphael was educated  and then developed his unique artistic language. Of central importance will be the reasoning on the sources and the documents underlying the modern critical development.

Bridging Courses

Visiting Museums and meetings with external scholars within the course itself.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

Students will demonstrate mastery of basic knowledge concerning the identification of works of art and artists in their time, school, territory, knowing how to evaluate quality, comparisons with similar and different works, in order to reach a mature ability to read works and their contexts

Students will demonstrate an understanding of problems and will provide examples based on the models learned to recognize and compare the works, they should be able to identify places, history and quality of the works even at a first reading of them and in addition they should be able to give a huge historical and critical interpretation.

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

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises) and specific communications from the lecturer can be found, together with other supporting activities, inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting activities: visits to museums and public and private collections.


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Lectures (front lessons) with projections and visits to museums.

Attendance

Attendance is strongly recommended as unique way to prepare the exam.

Course books

A Handbook of Art history from the Renaissance to Neoclassicism, even among those used in high school, as, for example,

N. Frapiccini, N. Giustozzi, La geografia dell'arte, edizioni Ulrico Hoepli, Milano 2006, (with multiple reprints). Reproductions of texts and images may be provided by the professor.

Selected parts of the handbook will be choosen during lessons possibily on individual choices.

For the second part of the course focusing the young Raphael student will know the following texts: 

A. M. Ambrosini Massari, Il giovane favoloso. Roberto Longhi, Percorso di Raffaello giovine, in Il mestiere del conoscitore. Roberto Longhi, atti del seminario di studi Bologna, Fondazione Federico Zeri, 24-26 settembre 2015, a cura di A.M. Ambrosini Massari, A. Bacchi, D. Benati, A. Galli, Bologna 2017, Nuovi diari di lavoro, 4, pp. 225-265; Eadem, Perugino, ‘primus pictor in orbe’, le pale ‘gemelle’, Raffaello giovane e Girolamo Genga, ora in Il Perugino nella Marca 1488-1497, Atti del convegno internazionale di studi, Urbino 28 ottobre 2016, a cura di B. Cleri, M. Procaccini, Macerata Feltria 2017, pp. 203-229;  F.P. Di Teodoro, Santi Raffaello, in Dizionario biografico degli italiani, Roma, Treccani, 90, 2017, ad vocem (anche on line); M. Gregori, Raffaello fino a Firenze e oltre in Raffaello a Firenze, dipinti e disegni delle collezioni fiorentine, catalogo della mostra a cura di M. Gregori (Firenze 1983), Milano 1983, pp. 17-34; S. Ferino Pagden, Raffaello: gli anni della formazione, ovvero quando si manifesta il genio?, in Raffaello da Firenze a Roma, catalogo della mostra a cura di A. Coliva (Roma, 2006), Milano 2006, pp. 20-33: 21; Eadem, Gli inizi di Raffaello disegnatore, in Raffaello e Urbino, catalogo della mostra a cura di L. Mochi Onori (Urbino, 2009), Milano 2009, pp. 93-99; F. Mancini, Urbino o Perugia? I primi passi di Raffaello pittore, in «Accademia Raffaello. Atti e Studi», n. s., 2011, 1, pp. 9-30.

Here after students will find a selection of recommende texts that we will see and select with other books and articles during lessons. Every attending student will have the opportunity to choose an individual choice of text and elaborate an individual program for the exam on the same matter of course:

V. Farinella, Raffaello, alle origini: "mira docilis ingenii suavitate atque solertia", in Raffaello e l'eco del mito, catalogo della mostra (Bergamo 2017-2018), Milano 2017, pp. 15-29;T. Henry, Raffaello e Signorelli in ibidem, pp. 78-83;  T. Henry, C. Plazzotta, Raffaello da Urbino a Roma, in Raffaello da Urbino a Roma, catalogo della mostra a cura di T. Henry, C. Plazzotta (Londra 2004), Milano 2004, pp. 14-65; T. Henry, Perugia 1502, in Pintoricchio, catalogo della mostra a cura di V. Garibaldi, F.F. Mancini (Perugia 2008), Milano 2008, pp. 121-129; M. R. Silvestrelli, Raffaello e Pintoricchio: le relazioni, in Raffaello e l'eco del mito, catalogo della mostra (Bergamo 2017-2018), Milano 2017, pp. 31-45.

Every article, a part of the handbook will be proivided on blende learning on line platform.

Assessment

Oral examination. 

The exam will be held through an individual interview based on textbooks suggested. The aim is to evaluate both student's comprehension of the content and his ability in reworking concepts and in argumenting. It is possibile to present a written document on a topic agreed with the teacher. 

Excellent grades will be given in presence of: a good critical perspective and in depth study; knowing how to link among them the main subjects addressed during the course; the use of an appropriate language.

Good grades will be given in presence of: good mnemonic knowledge of the contents; a relatively good critical perspective and connection skills related to the treated topics; the use of appropriate language.

Sufficient grades will be given in presence of: the achievement of a minimal knowledge on the treated themes, even in presence of some gaps; the use of a not appropriate language.

Negative grades will be given in presence of: a difficult orientation related to the the treated topics; knowledge gaps; the use of a not appropriate language.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

Follow the not attending additional information and lists of texts.

Attendance

Follow the not attending additional information and lists of texts.

Course books

A Handbook of Art history from the Renaissance to the Neoclassicism, even among those used in high school, as, for example,

N. Frapiccini, N. Giustozzi, La geografia dell'arte, edizioni Ulrico Hoepli, Milano 2006, (with multiple reprints). Reproductions of texts and images may be provided by the professor.

For the second part of the course, focusing in particular the young Raphael, the students will know the following texts: 

A. M. Ambrosini Massari, Il giovane favoloso. Roberto Longhi, Percorso di Raffaello giovine, in Il mestiere del conoscitore. Roberto Longhi, atti del seminario di studi Bologna, Fondazione Federico Zeri, 24-26 settembre 2015, a cura di A.M. Ambrosini Massari, A. Bacchi, D. Benati, A. Galli, Bologna 2017, Nuovi diari di lavoro, 4, pp. 225-265; Eadem, Perugino, ‘primus pictor in orbe’, le pale ‘gemelle’, Raffaello giovane e Girolamo Genga, ora in Il Perugino nella Marca 1488-1497, Atti del convegno internazionale di studi, Urbino 28 ottobre 2016, a cura di B. Cleri, M. Procaccini, Macerata Feltria 2017, pp. 203-229;  F.P. Di Teodoro, Santi Raffaello, in Dizionario biografico degli italiani, Roma, Treccani, 90, 2017, ad vocem (anche on line); M. Gregori, Raffaello fino a Firenze e oltre in Raffaello a Firenze, dipinti e disegni delle collezioni fiorentine, catalogo della mostra a cura di M. Gregori (Firenze 1983), Milano 1983, pp. 17-34; S. Ferino Pagden, Raffaello: gli anni della formazione, ovvero quando si manifesta il genio?, in Raffaello da Firenze a Roma, catalogo della mostra a cura di A. Coliva (Roma, 2006), Milano 2006, pp. 20-33: 21; Eadem, Gli inizi di Raffaello disegnatore, in Raffaello e Urbino, catalogo della mostra a cura di L. Mochi Onori (Urbino, 2009), Milano 2009, pp. 93-99; F. Mancini, Urbino o Perugia? I primi passi di Raffaello pittore, in «Accademia Raffaello. Atti e Studi», n. s., 2011, 1, pp. 9-30; V. Farinella, Raffaello, alle origini: "mira docilis ingenii suavitate atque solertia", in Raffaello e l'eco del mito, catalogo della mostra (Bergamo 2017-2018), Milano 2017, pp. 15-29;T. Henry, Raffaello e Signorelli in ibidem, pp. 78-83;  T. Henry, C. Plazzotta, Raffaello da Urbino a Roma, in Raffaello da Urbino a Roma, catalogo della mostra a cura di T. Henry, C. Plazzotta (Londra 2004), Milano 2004, pp. 14-65; T. Henry, Perugia 1502, in Pintoricchio, catalogo della mostra a cura di V. Garibaldi, F.F. Mancini (Perugia 2008), Milano 2008, pp. 121-129; M. R. Silvestrelli, Raffaello e Pintoricchio: le relazioni, in Raffaello e l'eco del mito, catalogo della mostra (Bergamo 2017-2018), Milano 2017, pp. 31-45; V. Farinella, Raffaello, alle origini: "mira docilis ingenii suavitate atque solertia", in Raffaello e l'eco del mito, catalogo della mostra (Bergamo 2017-2018), Milano 2017, pp. 15-29;T. Henry, Raffaello e Signorelli in ibidem, pp. 78-83;  T. Henry, C. Plazzotta, Raffaello da Urbino a Roma, in Raffaello da Urbino a Roma, catalogo della mostra a cura di T. Henry, C. Plazzotta (Londra 2004), Milano 2004, pp. 14-65; T. Henry, Perugia 1502, in Pintoricchio, catalogo della mostra a cura di V. Garibaldi, F.F. Mancini (Perugia 2008), Milano 2008, pp. 121-129; M. R. Silvestrelli, Raffaello e Pintoricchio: le relazioni, in Raffaello e l'eco del mito, catalogo della mostra (Bergamo 2017-2018), Milano 2017, pp. 31-45.

For non attending students is very useful and recommended to contact the professor.

You will find every text pdf in blended learning on line platform.

Assessment

Oral examination. 

The exam will be held through an individual interview based on textbooks suggested. The aim is to evaluate both student's comprehension of the content and his ability in reworking concepts and in argumenting. It is possibile to present a written document on a topic agreed with the teacher. 

Excellent grades will be given in presence of: a good critical perspective and in depth study; knowing how to link among them the main subjects addressed during the course; the use of an appropriate language.

Good grades will be given in presence of: good mnemonic knowledge of the contents; a relatively good critical perspective and connection skills related to the treated topics; the use of appropriate language.

Sufficient grades will be given in presence of: the achievement of a minimal knowledge on the treated themes, even in presence of some gaps; the use of a not appropriate language.

Negative grades will be given in presence of: a difficult orientation related to the the treated topics; knowledge gaps; the use of a not appropriate language.

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