ART 365 - Northern Renaissance Art[3 credit(s)]
This course covers art produced in northern Europe (England, France, Germany, and the Netherlands) from c. 1400 through c. 1600. It is focused on three major issues: the changing social role of the artist and the work of art; the development and impact of print making technologies; and the impact of the Protestant Reformation. As an intermediate level art history course, it also introduces students to reading art historical scholarship and develops their skills in visual analysis and research.
This course may fulfill a General Education Requirement. Click here for more information about General Education Requirements.
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