ARTH 3315: The Age of Curiosity: Art, Science & Technology in Europe, 1400-1800

3 CreditsArts/HumanitiesTechnology and Society

Diverse ways in which making of art and scientific knowledge intersected in early modern Europe. Connections between scientific curiosity and visual arts in major artists (e.g., da Vinci, Durer, Vermeer, Rembrandt). Artfulness of scientific imagery/diagrams, geographical maps, cabinets of curiosities, and new visual technologies, such as the telescope and microscope.

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