Middlebury

HARC0250A-F20

Baroque Art/Global Context

Baroque Art in a Global Context
Baroque art and architecture flourished in the courts of seventeenth-century Europe before spreading to the Americas, Asia, and Africa in the wake of global trade, colonialism, and religious proselytizing. In this course we will examine how this style of art and architecture was recontexualized and transformed when it came into contact with preexisting traditions overseas. Readings and discussions will compare artistic production across cultures by focusing not only on the forces that contributed to the broad reach of the Baroque, but also on the persistence of local artistic styles, which were challenged and nurtured by sustained intercultural contact. 3 hrs. lct.
Course Reference Number (CRN):
92460
Subject Code:
HARC
Course Number:
0250
Section Identifier:
A

Course

HARC 0250

All Sections in Fall 2020

Fall 2020

HARC0250A-F20 Lecture (Anderson)