Introduction to the art of Spain, through the analysis of the history of Spanish painting from the late Gothic (15th century) to Goya (19th century), and its relation to other European schools including the Flemish and Venetian Schools (Raphael, Titian, Rubens, etc.). Concentration on El Greco painting in Toledo, the Spanish Baroque and the importance of Velazquez, and the modernity of Goya. Illustrated lectures given in class and at the Prado and other museums.
Registration restriction: Enrollment is limited with preference given to fine arts majors.
Course-related fee: A fee will be billed from Syracuse to cover the cost of museum entrance fees (2017–2018 fee = $25).
Department: History of Art
Semesters: Fall, Spring