Session Dates

30/06 - 3pm - 5pm - Concluded
The Foundation of Italian Renaissance
07/07 - 3pm - 5pm - Concluded
The First Generation of Renaissance Artists
14/07 - 3pm - 5pm - Concluded
High Renaissance: Michelangelo, Raphael and Da Vinci
21/07 - 3pm - 5pm
Renaissance Painting in Venice and Northern Italy

Details

Venue
Parkview Museum
600 North Bridge Road, Parkview Square Level 3, Singapore 188778
Phone: +65 6799 6971
Web: https://www.parkviewmuseum.com/

Starts on
30/06/2018
Sessions
4 Saturday sessions from 3pm - 5pm
(including a 20’ coffee break)


Cost
SGD 240.00 (including GST)
-or SGD 60.00 per session-

Payment
Via PayPal - Credit Card



Italian Renaissance Art – Short Series


The Renaissance was a cultural movement that profoundly affected European intellectual life in the early modern period. Beginning in Italy, and spreading to the rest of Europe by the 16th Century, its influence was felt in literature, philosophy, art, music, politics, science, religion, and other aspects of intellectual inquiry.

This course will explain and outline the ideas and artists who made the Italian Renaissance one of the high points in Western Art History. Beginning in the 14th Century and working through to the 16th Century, the sessions will explain how new ideas re-shaped the way people thought and how they made art.

During the 4 sessions course, we will review the great artistic achievements and other creative initiatives of the rebirth of the Classical styles, discussing the influences and works of the Great Masters who made the period... Giotto, Donatello, Fra Angelico, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael and Titian are just a few of the names that will come up.


Short documentaries by Seventh Art productions will complement the sessions.
 

Quotes from previous editions:

"WOW - hard for me to believe that I found such a class in Singapore. There is so much to learn! And next time I see all of this stuff (such as in the Hermitage) I will see SO much more than I normally see."
​Dr. Margaret Gremli - Jul'14