History of Modern Art (i+p) - I MODULO PARTE (I) (2017/2018)

Course code
4S02161
Name of lecturer
Enrico Dal Pozzolo
Number of ECTS credits allocated
6
Other available courses
Academic sector
L-ART/02 - HISTORY OF MODERN ART
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
First half of Semester 2 dal Feb 26, 2018 al Apr 21, 2018.

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Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

General knowledge of the principal phenomena in Modern Art, a theoretical and concrete approach to the reading of the works of art.

Syllabus

V. Terraroli, Arte, Skira-Bompiani, 2012: vol. 3 (Il Rinascimento dall’Umanesimo fiorentino al Manierismo europeo) pp. 1-393; vol. 4 (L’Europa moderna dal Barocco all’Impressionismo), pp. 1-219. G. Sciolla, Studiare l’arte. Appunti sul metodo storico-artistico, Utet, 2001. A. Pinelli, La storia dell’arte. Istruzioni per l’uso, Laterza, 2011. It expressly requires the visual knowledge of all the images in the texts, which will be subject to examination.

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Dal Pozzolo Dispensa   F. Cortesi Bosco, Lotto, Lorenzo, nel Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, 66, Roma, 2006, pp. 200-215 Essa è compresa in una dispensa predisposta dal docente (disponibile presso la copisteria Replay in Via San Francesco a Verona), laddove si troveranno anche i seguenti saggi, necessari per inquadrare il problema della vicenda storiografica di Lorenzo Lotto e l’ambiente in cui si formò ed operò. P. Humfrey, La fortuna critica di Lorenzo Lotto, in Lorenzo Lotto, catalogo della mostra (Roma, 2011), a cura di G.C.F. Villa, Cinisello Balsamo, 2011, pp. 61-69 E.M. Dal Pozzolo, Giorgione, Milano, Motta 2009, pp. 64-117 E.M. Dal Pozzolo, Pittura Veneta, Milano, 24ore cultura, 2010, pp. 154-195 Le immagini delle opere principali di Lotto menzionate nella voce di Cortesi Bosco saranno disponibili su E-Learning e andranno memorizzate per la prima parte della prova.
Peter Humfrey Lotto Bolis 1998

Assessment methods and criteria

a written test is divided into three parts. The first part consists of recognition of twenty images (a) from the manual and the text of Pinelli: each image is projected to the time of a minute and one has to indicate the author, the theme depicted, the date (or the period, if the date is not certain) the execution and even the location. The second part (b) consists of a question on a specific theme (i.e., work, artist,artistic school, phenomenon etc.) The time allowed is 45 minutes. Eventually, it will follow a question (c) relating to the books of Pinelli and Sciolla to be answered in 45 minutes.
In order to havea positive mark (18 or above), one has to recognize at least ten out of twenty images, and the answers to the questions (b) and (c) has to be considered sufficiently accurate.

STUDENT MODULE EVALUATION - 2017/2018