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FLEMISH AND DUTCH HISTORY OF ART
STORIA DELL'ARTE FIAMMINGA E OLANDESE

A.Y. Credits
2020/2021 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Francesca Bottacin Before or after the class, in person; on video calls whatsapp, by appointment via mail
Teaching in foreign languages
Course with optional materials in a foreign language English French
This course is entirely taught in Italian. Study materials can be provided in the foreign language and the final exam can be taken in the foreign language.

Assigned to the Degree Course

Art History (LM-89)
Curriculum: PERCORSO COMUNE
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Learning Objectives

Il focus sarà sulla presenza degli artisti stranieri a Urbino, in particolare sul caso misterioso di Giusto di Gand e sull'interazione tra arte italiana e arte fiamminga nel Quattrocento

The course focuses on the knowledge of the events that determined Flemish and Dutch Art, throughout the study of the Works of Art and the artists

Focus will be on the foregner artists in Urbino, especially on the "Iustus van Ghent Quest", and on the interaction between Flemish and Italian Art of the Renaissance

 Course aims:

- Develop the student's knowledge about History of Flemish and Dutch Art, its interaction with Italian Art, throughout the study of the most relevant cases, learn to recognise them

- Guide the students to understand the main Works of Art, while identifying their Style, Technique, Iconography and State of Preservation and giving the main information about them

- Motivate the students to pursue historical artistic studies

- Stimulate the students to connect Art, History and Culture

- Stimolare negli studenti le connessioni tra arte, storia, cultura 

Program

01 The two Renaissances, Italy and Flandres. Masaccio and Masolino. Jan and Hubert van Eyck. Perspective and Oil Painting. Jan van Eyck

02 Jan van Eyck and the Flemish Primitives in the Fifteenth Century: Hugo van der Goes, Dieric Bouts...

03 The Fifteenth Century in Urbino. The Patrons: Federico da Montefeltro and Ottaviano Ubaldini; Battista Sforza. The Artists: Fra' Carnevale, Francesco di Giorgio, etc. 

04 Piero della Francesca and the Fagellation

05 Paolo Uccello and the Corpus Domini Predella

06 Justus van Ghent: the documents of Corpus Domini

07 Justus: the literary sources. The identification

08 Justus: examination, analysis and technology

09 Justus van Ghent and Petrus Hispanicus

10 Justus and Giovan Battista Cavalcaselle

11 Justus heritage in Giovanni Santi's works

12 Tour at the Corpus Domini church; tour in the Ducale Palace

Bridging Courses

None

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

Student should demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the major Works of Art and the most important Authors and Artistic Movements, of Renaissance in Italy and Europe, especially in Urbino

Student should demonstrate to apply knowledge and understanding in paintings attribution and in cronology of painters and artistic interrelations

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

Lessons thaught by other specialized professionals

Practical exercises of attribution and recognition

Guided tours of Museums, Churches or Exhibitions (studied in class)


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Frontal lectures, including Seminars, practical exercises and guided tours

Attendance

Attendance is not mandatory but strongly recommended, at least 2/3 of the class

It's better to take the exam of History of Modern Art first

Course books

J. LAVALLEYE, Le Palais Ducal d'UrbinCorpus Les Primitifs Flamands, Imprimerie M. Weissenbruch, Bruxelles, 1964 

reperibile al link: http://xv.kikirpa.be/uploads/tx_news/CORPUS_07_-_URBIN_-_1964.pdf

F. BOTTACIN, Federico e Ottaviano Montefeltro Ubaldini collezionisti di dipinti fiamminghi: una proposta per il Bagno muliebre di Jan van Eyck, in Riflessi del collezionismo tra bilanci critici e nuovi contributi, Reflections of/on Art Collecting, between Critical Assessments and New Contributions, Atti del convegno, (Urbino, Palazzo Albani, Aula Clemente XI, 3-5 ottobre 2013), a cura di Giovanna Perini Folesani e Anna Maria Ambrosini Massari, Firenze, Olshky, 2014, pp. 

F. BOTTACIN, Ancora sul fiamminghismo di Giovanni Santi, novità e precisazioni, in Giovanni Santi. “Da poi... me dette alla mirabile arte de pictura”, catalogo della mostra, a cura di R. Valazzi, Urbino, Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Palazzo Ducale, 30 novembre 2018-17 marzo 2019, pp. 33-43

Assessment

The assessment takes place as follows: 

 - an intermediate written test to be passed after the second half of the course, on a date agreed with the students;

 - a final oral exam, more suitable for assessing the student's preparation, their ability to recognize the works and their use of a proper wording

The evaluation is based on the following criteria: 

1) Attendance, punctuality and participation in lessons  30%

2) Intermediate test 20% (less than half correct answers = below 18; more than half of correct answers = 18-24; more than two thirds of correct answers = 24-30) 

3) Final oral exam (under 18 = insufficient; between 18 and 23 = sufficient; between 24-27 = good; 28-30 = excellent). This last test is decisive and can round up or down the vote, and confer honors as well 

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

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

Attendance

Attendance is not mandatory but strongly recommended

It's better to take the exam of History of Modern Art first

Course books

J. LAVALLEYE, Le Palais Ducal d'UrbinCorpus Les Primitifs Flamands, Imprimerie M. Weissenbruch, Bruxelles, 1964 

reperibile al link: http://xv.kikirpa.be/uploads/tx_news/CORPUS_07_-_URBIN_-_1964.pdf

F. BOTTACIN, Federico e Ottaviano Montefeltro Ubaldini collezionisti di dipinti fiamminghi: una proposta per il Bagno muliebre di Jan van Eyck, in Riflessi del collezionismo tra bilanci critici e nuovi contributi, Reflections of/on Art Collecting, between Critical Assessments and New Contributions, Atti del convegno, (Urbino, Palazzo Albani, Aula Clemente XI, 3-5 ottobre 2013), a cura di Giovanna Perini Folesani e Anna Maria Ambrosini Massari, Firenze, Olshky, 2014, pp. 

F. BOTTACIN, Ancora sul fiamminghismo di Giovanni Santi, novità e precisazioni, in Giovanni Santi. “Da poi... me dette alla mirabile arte de pictura”, catalogo della mostra, a cura di R. Valazzi, Urbino, Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Palazzo Ducale, 30 novembre 2018-17 marzo 2019, pp. 33-43

Assessment

An oral exam, more suitable for assessing the student's preparation, their ability to recognize the works and their use of a proper wording. 

The evaluation is based on the following criteria: 

Under 18 = insufficient; between 18 and 23 = sufficient; between 24-27 = good; 28-30 = excellent). This test can  confer honors 

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