Please note that the lecture schedule below is liable (nay, doomed) to change, but we will cover the material indicated. See the Current Academic Calendar for deadlines including adding, dropping, and withdrawing. A General Note on the Reading: Readings are indicated for each week. Note also that at the main text (History of Italian Renaissance Art) comes with maps and a Glossary. You are expected to use the correct terminology as expressed in the texts and the lectures in your exams and writing.
Week One: January 16-18Background: the film, The Power of the Past Or The Agony and the Ecstacy. Also, explore the course Web site.
Reading: Chapter One: Prelude
Week Two: January 22-26Background to Leonardo:
Reading: Hartt, Verrocchio, 332-336; Botticelli, 337-353
Begin Leonardo: 445-468
Vasari's Life of Leonardo
Week Three: January 29-February 2First Quiz Continue Leonardo
'New evidence' on Mona Lisa model From the BBC.Week Four: February 5-9 February
Begin Michelangelo: Reading: Hartt, 469-478 ALSO: Klein & Zerner: "Leonardo on the Paragone": 4-9.Week Five: February 12-16
Reading: Hartt, Perugino, 375-379;
Raphael in Perugia and Florence, 479-483Week Six: February 19-23
Reading: Hartt, The High Renaissance in Rome, 492-502;
Michelangelo 1505-1516, 503-521Week Seven: February 26-March 2
Reading: Raphael in Rome, 521-547
MIDTERMWeek Eight: March 5-9
Continue RaphaelWeek Nine: March 12-16SPRING VACATION
Off to Italy...!Week Ten: March 19-23
Reading: Chapter 18, High Renaissance and Mannerism
Michelangelo 1516-1533Week Eleven: March 26-30
Reading: [Mannerists and Others] : 561-597Week Twelve April 2-6
Continue as aboveWeek Thirteen: April 9-13
Reading: Chaper 19: High and Late Renaissance in Venice and on the Mainland, 598-Week Fourteen: April 16-20
Continue VeniceWeek Fifteen: April 23-27
Reading: Chapter 20: Michelangelo and the Maniera, 656-691
End of the Course
The Final for Section F (MWF 1:15-2:15) is : Monday, May 7 11:00 am to 1:30 p.m.
The Final for Section S (TTh 3:30-4:45) is : Thursday May 3 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Please note that no early exams will be given Return to 16th-century Italian Renaissance Art Course Main Page (Above Right) Michelangelo's David after the November 1966 flood. This Web Site Owned, Created and Maintained by Adrienne DeAngelis