Power and Piety: the Baroque
The use of art to display, enhance, and justify political power and piety and to promote political and religious ideologies in the major power centres of seventeenth-century Europe in the Baroque period. Refers to the work of artists such as Caravaggio, Bernini, Velasquez, Rubens, Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Le Brun, Jones and Wren.
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Coordinator(s) Associate Professor Erin Griffey
Ann Sutherland Harris, Seventeenth-Century Art and Architecture (London: Laurence King).
Coursework + exam
ARTHIST 324: 15 points
HISTORY 243 and 15 points at Stage I in Art History or 15 points at Stage II in Art History, and 60 points passed
ARTHIST 224, 306