Romanesque Art - 2nd semester

Objectives

a) To eliminate eventual prejudices and stereotypes on the Middle Ages and medieval art.
b) To problematize on the terminology used by diverse disciplinar when approaching the study of the Middle Ages and medieval art
c) To analyse the main artistic productions created by Western society from the 11th century to the beginning of the 13th century

General characterization

Code

711061024

Credits

6

Responsible teacher

Alicia Miguélez Cavero

Hours

Weekly - 4

Total - Available soon

Teaching language

Portuguese

Prerequisites

Not applicable

Bibliography

BARRAL, X., Contre l´art roman? Essai sur un passé réinventé, Paris, 2006
DEMUS, O., La peinture murale romane, Paris, 1970
DURLIAT, M., L´art roman, Paris: Lucien Mazenod, 1982
DODWELL, C. R., The Pictorial Arts of the West, 800-1200, Yale University Press, 1993.
GARCÍA MARCILLA, J. V. (dir.), Historia del Arte Medieval. Valencia: Publicacions Universitat de València, 2012.
LASKO, P., Ars Sacra, 800-1200, Yale University Press, 1995.
PLAGNIEUX, Ph., L´art du Moyen Âge en France, Paris: Citadelles & Mazenod, 2010
RAMÍREZ, J. A. (dir.), Historia del Arte. Vol. II: La Edad Media. Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 1999.
TOMAN, R. (ed.), O Românico: Arquitectura, Escultura, Pintura, Köln: Könemann, 2000.
SCHAPIRO, M., Romanesque Art. Selected papers, London: Thames and Hudson, 1993.
WIRTH, J. L´image médiévale. Naissance et Développements (VI-XVe Siècle), Paris: Klincksieck, 1989.

Teaching method

Theoretical-practical lessons, with audiovisual material and the use of teaching methods and instruments, such as: texts; images. This curricular unit includes a field tryp.

Evaluation method

The evaluation is based on three criteria:
1. Individual / Collective Essay (50%)
2. Mid-term test (25%)
3. Final test (25%)


Subject matter

Part 1: The Genesis of the Romanesque Art. Context and Concept
Part 2: The First Romanesque
Part 3: The 12th century
Part 4: Late Romanesque

Programs

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