ARTHIST 701B - Art for the City and the Court
Description: Examines the production, patronage and display of art and its function within the political, religious and social frameworks of the early modern court and the city. It focuses on Amsterdam and The Hague in the Dutch Republic and London as the epicentre of the Stuart court. The full panoply of visual and material culture are discussed including painting, sculpture, tapestries, clothing, jewellery and interior decoration.
Prerequisites / Restrictions
For students currently enrolled in a postgraduate programme in Art History To complete this course students must enrol in ARTHIST 701 A and B, or ARTHIST 701
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