History of Art Classes

The University of Glasgow runs History of Art classes through the Centre for Open Studies. These are held either in the morning from 10am - 12pm or in the afternoon from 1.30 - 3.30pm.

The Italian Renaissance Courts

The artistic achievements of Florence, admired and envied, soon spread rapidly throughout the Italian peninsula. These new developments and the spirit that animated them were taken up and used for their own ends by the princely and ducal courts of Milan, Naples, Mantua, Urbino and Ferrara. They were also taken up by the papacy in Rome and the republican oligarchies of Venice, Lucca, Rimini, Pisa etc. The inventive variety that grew from this cross-fertilization will be studied against the social and political background of the period.

Tutor: Ian Macdonald DA BA

Morning Class 

Course Code: 8156
10.00am - 12.00 noon, Thursday 14th January - Thurs 17th March 2016. Cost: £115

Afternoon Class

Course Code: 8157
1.30 - 3.30pm, Thursday 14th January - Thurs 17th March 2016.
Cost: £115

How to book your place

Centre for Open Studies
University of Glasgow
St Andrew’s Building
11 Eldon Street
Glasgow G3 6NH

Email: openstudies-enquiry@glasgow.ac.uk
Web: gla.ac.uk/study/short

Telephone numbers

Enquiries: +44 (0)141 330 1835
Enrolments: +44 (0)141 330 1860/1853/2772
Monday to Friday 10am - 12pm, 2pm - 4pm

 


 

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