Undergraduate Diploma in the History of European Painting
Course Administrator: Kerstina Mortensen
Lecturers: Staff in the History of Art Department
Duration of the Course: One academic year (two x 12-week semesters)
Contact hours: 2 lectures and 1 seminar per week
This course provides an introductory historical and geographical survey of European art, addressing selected major periods from the early Christian era to modern movements of the twentieth century. In addition to addressing the major periods and themes in art history, particular focus is given to canonical figures and their masterworks, including artists such as Giotto, Van Eyck, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Manet, Cézanne, Picasso, Warhol and numerous others. The course also provides an introduction to the critical analysis of painting and considers such matters as techniques of works of art, patronage and iconography.
As an introductory course, no previous experience in the study of art history is necessary for intending applicants and it is designed as a part-time course. However, students will be required to do independent study and full attendance of all classes is strongly advised.
Diploma students have access to Trinity College library facilities
Lectures are held twice per week and seminars once per week, usually on the same day(s) as the lectures. Timetabling information has yet to be finalised. The days and times of the lectures will be posted as soon as they become available, but are likely to take place during office hours.
How To Apply
The deadline for applications is 30 April 2020
For further information contact:
Department of the History of Art and Architecture
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