fine arts 344 - early italian renaissance art course syllabus fall semester 2017 instructor: john nicholson meeting: tuesday thursday, 2:20 3:35 pm. instructor:
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italian renaissance v. northern renaissance italian renaissance v. northern renaissance recall: what characteristics of the era made the italian renaissance unique? how the
renaissance italian painting techniques m. eveno1, p. walter1 1centre de recherche et de restauration des musees de france, cnrs-umr171, paris, france e-mail : email@example.com
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i. the italian renaissance intellectual movement began in italy in 14th c. 2 key characteristics: 1. extreme hostility to culture of middle ages 2. fascination with
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1. q2. discuss how ideas from the italian and french renaissance informed the design of the gardens at ham house. as well as the planting and layout of the garden discuss