ART HISTORY 363
RENAISSANCE ART

SPRING

THE COURSE SCHEDULE

Please note that the schedule below may have to be adjusted due to unforseen circumstances.

A note on the reading: you are required to read both texts (Adams and Harbison) in full and to be familiar with all of the images.

WEEK OF:
SUBJECTS
READING
Jan. 12, 2004 Jan. 12: Intro. to the Course;
Jan. 14: Background to circa 1300
Jan. 16: Film : Power of the Past
Adams: Chapter 1
WEBSITE
Italian Painting of the 12th to early 14th Centuries
From Oneonta University.
The Trecento
Look over (use "back"button to return here)
Jan. 19 Jan. 19: M.L. King Day
Jan. 21: Giotto
Jan. 23: Friday Free
Read Giotto in the Decameron and Vasari's Life of Giotto
WEBSITE
All about the Arena Chapel in Padua
Another site and links to more paintings by Giotto
Please look over both sites
Jan. 26 Jan. 26 Giotto
Jan. 28 Sienese Art
Jan. 30 The Later Trecento
Adams, Chapter 2 : 25-56
WEBSITE
Duccio and the Art of Siena
From Oneonta University.
Please look over
Feb. 2 Feb. 2 Brunelleschi and Donatello I
Feb. 4 Brunelleschi and Donatello II
Feb. 6 Free Friday
Adams: 50-56; Chapter 3: Vasari's Lives of Donatello and Nanni di Banco (see below)
WEBSITE
The Quattrocento
Please browse
WEBSITE
Vasari's Life of Donatello
Vasari's Life of Nanni di Banco
Please read (Use "back" button to return here)
Feb. 9 Feb. 9 Intro. to Northern Art 1
Feb. 11 Intro. to Northern Art II
Feb. 13 Northern Art III
Harbison: 7-29
WEBSITE The Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux by Jean Pucelle, ca. 1324-1328; and the Tres Riches Heures du Duc De Berry by the Limbourg brothers; ca. 1412-1416. Please look over carefully
Feb. 16 Feb. 16 Painting in Florence: 1400-1430
Feb. 18 Painting in Florence 1430-1460 I
Feb. 20 Friday Free
Adams, 83-121
WEBSITE
On the Slide Comparison
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Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Painting in Florence 1430-1460 II
Feb. 25 Northern Ren.: Realism
Feb. 27 Physical Production and Original Location
Adams, cont'd.; Harbison, 31-61
WEBSITE
Palazzo Medici
Please read.
WEBSITE
The Classical Orders of Architecture
WEBSITE
Ancient Art Sources for the Italian Renaissance
Please look over
March 1 March 1Painting in Florence II, cont'd
March 3 catch-up
March 5 MIDTERM
Adams, 122-141
On the Midterm
March 8 March 8 Sculpture and Architecture in Florence: 1430s-1460s
March 10 Siena, Rimini, and Pienza
March 12 Piero della Francesca and Urbino
Adams, 142-201
March 15 March 15 Painting in Florence after 1450 I
March 17 Painting in Florence after 1450 II
March 19 Free Friday
Adams, 202-245
March 22 March 22 Vacate Morehead
March 24 Morehead is Empty
March 28 Moreheadians gambol in Florida
WEBSITEs
Leonardo's Cecilia Gallerani and Ginevra de'Benci
Please browse
WEBSITE
Everything you need to know about the Mona Lisa By the excellent Robert Baron.
Please browse
WEBSITE
The Cinquecento
Please browse
March 29 March 29 Northern Renaissance: the Production of Art and its Location
March 31 Religious Behavior and Ideals
April 2Northern Renaissance catch-up
Harbison, 63-105
WEBSITEs
April 5 April 5The 15th-century in Verona, Ferrara, and Mantua
April 7 The 15th-and early 16th-century in Venice
April 9 Friday Free
Adams, 246-289
April 12 April 12 Leonardo and Bramante
April 14 Michelangelo and Raphael
April 16 Bramante, Michelangelo, and Raphael in Rome
Adams, 291-356
WEBSITE
Please browse
April 19 April 19 Michelangelo and Raphael in the Papal apartments
April 21 More Michelangelo and Raphael
April 23 Friday Free
WEBSITE
Venice in the 16th Century
Please browse
April 26 April 26 Venice in the Sixteenth Century I
April 28 Venice in the Sixteenth Century II
April 30 Last Day of Class
Adams, 357-?
WEBSITE
Please Read
The FINAL
MONDAY MAY 3 AT 12:45 p.m.


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