|TITLE||High Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy|
|LEVEL||02 - Years 2, 3 in Modular Undergraduate Course|
|DEPARTMENT||Art and Art History|
|DESCRIPTION||Painting, sculpture, and architecture in Italy in a period of unprecedented achievements which lie at the root of Baroque and subsequent developments. Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo and the great Venetians receive special consideration.
The principal aims of this study unit are to help the student to contextualise High Renaissance art and the Mannerist movement vis-a-vis the religious movement within the Catholic Church during that period.
1. Knowledge & Understanding:
The study unit is designed to provide the student with a systematic understanding and knowledge of the artistic transformation that took place in Italy during the sixteenth century
By the end of this study-unit the student will have acquired the necessary competence to better evaluate the benchmarks set by the High Renaissance and the effects of Mannerism.
Main Text/s and any supplementary readings:
S.J. Freedberg, Painting in Italy 1500-1600, Pelican History of Art, 1993
J. Shearman, Mannerism, Pelican, 1969
L. Murray, The High Renaissance and Mannerism, Thames & Hudson, 1993
P. & L. Murray, The Art of the Renaissance, Thames & Hudson, 1997
|METHOD OF ASSESSMENT||
|LECTURER/S||John Baptist (Gino) Gauci
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