This intensive five-day course provides an essential foundation for the informed analysis and interpretation of art in Western Europe between the Renaissance and the First World War. Chronologically organized, and highlighting the most important and influential works and artists of each period and movement, classroom-based lectures are complemented by guided visits to major London museums, such as the National Gallery and the Wallace Collection.
Designed as both a refresher for art world professionals and an introduction for newcomers to art history, the course provides a panoramic overview of five centuries of extraordinary creativity and innovation.
This course includes:
- Expert lectures with time for questions and discussion
- Learning in the Institute's historic Georgian townhouse campus at the heart of Bloomsbury
- Networking opportunities with faculty and fellow participants
- Certificate of participation on completion of the course