Faculty of Arts
The Renaissance Print
Examines the emergence and development of multiple visual images in print form during the Renaissance. The focus will be on printmaking in Germany, Italy and the Low Countries from around 1470-1600. Topics include woodcuts in early printed books, Reformation prints, the representation of peasants and women and study of major artist printmakers such as Mantegna, Dürer, Bruegel and Goltzius. To complete this course students must enrol in ARTHIST 735 A and B.
Semester 1 and 2 (full year)
Coordinator(s) Associate Professor Iain Buchanan
ARTHIST 735: 30.0 points