Teaching in Early Modern

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Teaching in Early Modern

Teaching in Early Modern

The courses offered change from year to year, but recent early modern offerings have included:

BA Courses

  • Caravaggio and Caravaggism in Seventeenth-Century Painting
    Taught by Sheila McTighe
  • Difference and Distinction: Portraiture in Britain from van Dyck to Reynolds Taught by David Solkin
  • English Baroque Architecture
    Taught by Christine Stevenson
  • Getting to Grips with Rembrandt
    Taught by Joanna Woodall
  • Greenwich Palace and Hospital
    Taught by Christine Stevenson
  • Image, Music, Text: The Inter-relationship of Early Modern Arts
    Taught by Sheila McTighe
  • Painting and Sculpture in Britain c.1714-1832
    Taught by David Solkin
  • Rococo to Revolution: Art and Society in France c.1715-1790
    Taught by Katie Scott

Postgraduate Diploma

  • Rococo to Revolution: Painting and Sculpture in France c.1715-1790
    Taught by Katie Scott
  • Seventeenth-century Art in Italy, Spain and France 
    Taught by Sheila McTighe

MA

  • Antiquity and Modernity in British Architecture, 1615-1815
    Taught by Christine Stevenson
  • Contrasting Sensibilities: Visual Culture and the Politics of Gender in Eighteenth-Century Britain and France
    Taught by Katie Scott and David Solkin
  • Faithful and True. Realism in Netherlandish Art c.1550-1670
    Taught by Joanna Woodall
  • The Labours and Pleasures of Distinction: the Mechanical Arts, the Interior and Court Society in Eighteenth-Century France
    Taught by Katie Scott
  • Different Subjects: Class, Gender and Race in Eighteenth-Century British and French Art
    Taught by Katie Scott and Sarah Monks
  • Theory and Practice in the Arts of 17th-century Italy, Spain and France
    Taught by Sheila McTighe

See also undergraduate and postgraduate prospectuses

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