HOA424 Sixteenth-Century Italian Art and Identity (Fall, Spring)

Explores the visual culture of 16th-century Italy, focusing on Florence, Rome, and Venice and on innovative artists such as Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian. Also examines issues of patronage and the status of the artist.

Registration restriction: Students may not register for both this course and HOA 320.

Course-related fee: A fee will be charged to cover the costs of a day trip to Venice, a trip to Rome with the All-School field trip, plus Florence site visits (2018–2019 fee = $245).

Department: History of Art

Location: Florence

Credits: 3