Thursday 16 April 2020, 1.30PM to 3.00pm
This course will focus on the period c.1550-1595, tracing the course of later Venetian painting with a particular focus on the work of Tintoretto, Titian and Veronese. We will consider these artists’ mutual rivalry, interactions and influence, and their place in the broader context of the emerging notion of a ‘Venetian’ style. We will consider works in their social and historical contexts, and explore the impact of patronage, materials, location and technique on an artwork's meanings and style.
Tutor: Thomas Bromwell BA MA *new tutor*
So we can continue to support our students, we are working towards putting this course online, by setting up live seminars that students can join through Collaborate - a tool for online meetings that is similar to making video calls.
Students joining our online courses would need access to a computer, laptop or tablet with a microphone, and a reliable broadband connection. You can join the seminars using a smartphone, but this would make viewing any presentations difficult.