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HISTORY OF ARTISTIC TECHNIQUES AND GRAPHIC ARTS
STORIA DELLE TECNICHE ARTISTICHE E DELLE ARTI GRAFICHE

A.Y. Credits
2021/2022 12
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Anna Cerboni Baiardi
Teaching in foreign languages
Course with optional materials in a foreign language 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
Date Time Classroom / Location
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Learning Objectives

The course will direct students to the knowledge of the history of the main artistic techniques through the analysis of some artifacts of great value, the main engraving techniques and the graphic production outcomes of artists active between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries.

Program

The course is divided into two parts. In the first, dedicated to the history of design, we will look at materials, techniques and graphic typologies; the evolution of design in the activity of some artists (Pisanello, Botticelli, Perugino, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, Andrea del Sarto, Pontormo, the Carracci, etc.); the consideration it reached in the artistic literature and with some big collectors.

In the second part, dedicated to the History of artistic techniques, we will analyze the development of techniques related to painting (wall, on wood, on canvas), sculpture (marble, bronze and wood) and some applied arts (tapestry, inlaid woodwork, ceramics, etc.), together with the sources discussing them.  Considerable space will also be devoted to the main engraving techniques (woodcut, chiseling, etching) with the analysis of the most important prints of all time.

Classroom lectures will be supplemented by meetings with various specialists and by guided tours of art collections, especially of the local territory.

Bridging Courses

No

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

No


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Lectures and projection of PowerPoint.

Attendance

Attendance at most lessons is recommended.

Course books

F. Negri Arnoldi, S. Prosperi Valenti, Il disegno nella storia dell'arte italiana, Roma, NIS, 1986 (e successive ristampe);

L. Grassi, Il disegno italiano dal Trecento al Seicento, Roma, Archivio Guido Izzi, 1993, pp. 11-62;

Arti Minori, a cura di C. Piglione e F. Tasso, Milano, Jaka Book, 2000 (le voci: Arazzo, Commesso, Incisione, Maiolica, Miniatura, Porcellana, Tarsia, Vetrata);

Le tecniche calcografiche d'incisione diretta. Bulino, Puntasecca Matita nera, a cura di G. Mariani, Roma, De Luca, 2003;

A. Cerboni Baiardi, La democrazia della stampa. Raffaello e la divulgazione prima della fotografia, in Raffaello pittore del segno e del colore, a cura di C. Strinati, Roma, Erreciemme, 2014, pp. 117-141.

Images selected during the lessons, made available by the teacher on IT support, at the end of the lessons.

Assessment

Oral test designed to check the understanding of subjects dealt with during the lessons and of the text books shown in the bibliography, as well as the ability to create relationships between the various subjects examined. A capacity for independent investigation and the clear presentation of contents will also be assessed.

Assessments of excellence will be given for the following: possession by the student of good critical and investigative abilities; ability to establish connections between the main themes addressed in the course; use of language appropriate to the specific nature of the discipline.

“Fair” assessments will be given for the following: possession by the student of a mnemonic knowledge of contents: a relative capacity for criticism and for connecting between the themes addressed: use of appropriate language.

“Satisfactory” assessments will be given for the following: achievement of a minimal stock of knowledge on the themes dealt with by the student, even when there are some training gaps; non-appropriate use of language

“Negative” assessments will be given for the following: difficulty in orientation by the student when faced with the themes addressed in the texts under examination: training gaps; non-appropriate use of language.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

Individual study

Non-attending studens will be able to make contact with the teacher for any clarifications.

Attendance

No

Course books

F. Negri Arnoldi, S. Prosperi Valenti, Il disegno nella storia dell'arte italiana, Roma, NIS, 1986 (e successive ristampe);

L. Grassi, Il disegno italiano dal Trecento al Seicento, Roma, Archivio Guido Izzi, 1993, pp. 11-62;

Arti Minori, a cura di C. Piglione e F. Tasso, Milano, Jaka Book, 2000;

Le tecniche calcografiche d'incisione diretta. Bulino, Puntasecca Matita nera, a cura di G. Mariani, Roma, De Luca, 2003;

A. Cerboni Baiardi, La democrazia della stampa. Raffaello e la divulgazione prima della fotografia, in Raffaello pittore del segno e del colore, a cura di C. Strinati, Roma, Erreciemme, 2014, pp. 117-141.

Images selected during the lessons, made available by the teacher on IT support, at the end of the lessons.

Assessment

Oral test designed to check the understanding of subjects dealt with during the lessons and of the text books shown in the bibliography, as well as the ability to create relationships between the various subjects examined. A capacity for independent investigation and the clear presentation of contents will also be assessed.

Assessments of excellence will be given for the following: possession by the student of good critical and investigative abilities; ability to establish connections between the main themes addressed in the course; use of language appropriate to the specific nature of the discipline.

“Fair” assessments will be given for the following: possession by the student of a mnemonic knowledge of contents: a relative capacity for criticism and for connecting between the themes addressed: use of appropriate language.

“Satisfactory” assessments will be given for the following: achievement of a minimal stock of knowledge on the themes dealt with by the student, even when there are some training gaps; non-appropriate use of language

“Negative” assessments will be given for the following: difficulty in orientation by the student when faced with the themes addressed in the texts under examination: training gaps; non-appropriate use of language.

Notes

No

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