10 August 2012
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History of Art: European Highlights
Stay in three of Europe’s most wonderful cities, cover some 2000 years of Western art, visit all the relevant museums and sites and yet feel like you’ve done more than just skim the surface? The European Highlights combines a broad approach with profound analysis over the period of six weeks in Florence, Utrecht and Berlin.
In Florence, you will have the chance to see the works of the great Italian Masters of the Renaissance in the flesh, visiting the many renowned museums, magnificent cathedrals and grand palaces. The journey then continues up north, to Utrecht.
Since it’s a small country, we will visit several cities to discover Dutch Golden Age art. All the landscapes, seascapes, portraits and still lifes may look so realistic, that one can feel the sea-breeze and smell the grapes, but in fact, nothing in these works really is what it seems.
The last two weeks of the course take place in Berlin. Its many museums will take you from the Middle Ages up until today, with additional focus on the art produced during the time that Germany was divided into two nations by the Iron Curtain.
Upon completion, you will have experienced Western Art in broad strokes, and covered particular periods in great detail. The course is highly interactive, and for a large part takes place in front of the original artworks.
Seize this opportunity to travel back through time and through some of Europe’s most incredible museums in only one summer!
This special track consists of:
<a href="http://www.utrechtsummerschool.nl/index.php?type=courses&code=A8" target="_blank">Italian History of Art (Florence)</a>
<a href="http://www.utrechtsummerschool.nl/index.php?type=courses&code=A2" target="_blank">Nothing Is What It Seems: Dutch Art of the Golden Age (Utrecht)</a>
<a href="http://www.utrechtsummerschool.nl/index.php?type=courses&code=A5" target="_blank">Art in Germany From the Middle Ages to the 20th Century (Berlin)</a>
Prof. dr. Michael W. Kwakkelstein, Nausikaä El-Mecky, MA, PhD Candidate & Dr. Matthias Vollmer
The course is open to participants (graduates and non-graduates) from all disciplines with a keen interest in Art History.
Acquiring knowledge and skills relating to a wide range of essential aspects connected with past and present art policy, art production and art management.
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EUR 3395: Course + course materials + housingRegister for this course
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