This course will not be offered for Spring 2018.
An advanced seminar on the art of Botticelli, seen as part of the dynamic cultural interactions in the Florence of Leonardo, Michelangelo, Lorenzo de’ Medici, and Savonarola. Close analysis, often carried out in local museums and churches, focuses on paintings by Botticelli and his contemporaries. Student also learn the tools necessary for making final presentations, on topics such as portraiture, civic propaganda, mythology, and gender.
Registration restriction: Limited enrollment, with priority to art history majors, then minors.
Pre-req: HOA 105 or one college-level course in art history or consent of the instructor.
Course-related fee: A fee will be billed from Syracuse to cover the costs of Florence site visits (2016 fee = $60).
Department: History of Art