ART 543 No Pass/D/Fail
Replication and Movement in the Renaissance
Examination of the ideas of time and temporality in the Renaissance image, via the lens of two early modern obsessions and their history: the representation of movement and the idea of the copy. Focus will be on artists and works from the Netherlands, Germany, and Italy. Topics include: procession, print technology, replicas, pilgrimage, archaeology, the workshop, and more. Course includes at least one trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Sample reading list:
Warburg, Renewal of Pagan Antiquity
Dunlop, Painted Palaces
Landau & Parshall, The Renaissance Print
Kubler, The Shape of Time
Nagel & Wood, Anachronic Renaissance
Open to Graduate Students Only.
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