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

Explores the visual culture of 16th-century Italy, especially Florence and Italy. Focusing on innovative artists, including Leonardo, Michelangelo, Titian, and Sofonisba, it addresses the roles of artists and patrons, and images by and of women.

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

This course has an associated course fee. See the Course Fees webpage for more information.

Department: History of Art

Location: Florence

Credits: 3