Credits: 3 credits
Students study the major works of Italian Renaissance painting from the rise of the city-states (c. 1250) to the phenomenon of Mannerism of the 16th-century. Topics include the new conception of the artist and the changing role of the patron as well the transformation of traditional artistic genres to the humanist approach to the painting of the Renaissance. Painters studied in this course range from Giotto to late Michelangelo.
Prerequisite: VISA 1120 and completion of 45 credits
Note: Students cannot receive credit for both VISA 3150 and VISA 3160
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