Italian Art History - AH.ART

40 Italian language lessons + 20 lessons of History of Art in Florence

Who were Brunelleschi, Michelangel, Masaccio? To appreciate fully the true significance and privilege it is to study the Italian language here, we have created these Italian language and culture courses in Florence, which aims to offer a panoramic view of History of Art in Italy, particularly focussing on Florentine movements, from antique times to baroque.

Every Art History lesson will address an individual topic of art and its history in the context of Florence and Italy. The modules will follow a themed and chronological course.

 

course contents

Roman and late antica period
Roman and Late Antica town planning and toponymy in the city of Florence

Romanesque art
the Battistero, San Maniato al Monte, private tower houses

Gothic
Santa Maria Novella and Santa Croce, Santa Maria del Fiore (cathedral) and Museum of Opera, Santa Trinita, Santa Maria Maggiore, Orsanmichele, Palazzo della Signoria, Loggia dei Lanzi, Palazzo del Bargello, Palazzo Davanzati and private residences, the works of Giotto, the sculpture of Arnolfo di Cambio, the arts and their residences.

Renaissance
Ospedale degli Innocenti and la Rotonda di Brunelleschi, Santo Spirito, Duomo, San Lorenzo, Palazzo Medici, Palazzo Rucellai and Palazzo Strozzi, the paintings of Masaccio, the sculpture of Ghiberti and Donatello, Leonardo da Vinci

 

course details
  • Schedule: Monday - Friday 9.00 - 12.40 (Italian); 13.10 - 14.50 (thematic course)
  • Duration of lesson: 50 minutes
  • Length of course: 2 weeks
  • Class size: max 12 students
  • Availability: throughout the year from level B1 >>
  • Social activities includes: more info >>
Course fees:
CULTURE
Code Lessons per week Duration Prices in EUR Beginning Date
AH.ART30
2 weeks
700

09.01. / 23.01. / 06.02. / 20.02. / 06.03. / 20.03. / 10.04./ 24.04. / 08.05. / 22.05. / 05.06 / 19.06. / 03.07. / 17.07. / 07.08. / 21.08. / 04.09. / 18.09. / 02.10. / 16.10. / 06.11. / 20.11. / 04.12.

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