Apr 21, 2024  
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog
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ARHS 6370 - The Art Market: Making, Selling, and Displaying Art in Early Modern and Modern Europe


Credits: 3

Examines how art was produced, sold, collected, and displayed in early modern and modern Europe. Includes case studies of different centuries and cultures, which might include 16th-century Italy, 17th-century Holland, 18th-century England, or 19th-century France. Students consider issues such as artists’ education and self-promotion, the roles of private and governmental patronage, the development of art academies and public exhibitions, the circulation of art objects between Europe and non-European countries, the gendering of the production and consumption of art, and the rise of the dealer system. (Temporalities post-1500)



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