Faculty of Arts


ARTHIST 722

Rembrandt and His World


Description

A broad range of critical approaches to the art and life of Rembrandt. The course is taught in seven modules: these comprise the socio-political milieu in which he worked, the historical documents of his life, the artworks he produced, the technical aspects of his work, the organisation of his studio and the mechanics of the art market, the issue of authorship and the critical reception of his life and work. To complete this course students must enrol in ARTHIST 722 A and B.

Availability 2012

Not offered in 2012; planned to be offered in 2013

Lecturer(s)

Coordinator(s) Dr Erin Griffey

Points

ARTHIST 722: 30.0 points

Restrictions

ARTHIST 737


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