ARTH 3335: Baroque Rome: Art and Politics in the Papal Capital

3 CreditsHistorical Perspectives

This course explores the center of Baroque culture—Rome—as a city of spectacle and pageantry. The urban development of the city, as well as major works in painting, sculpture, and architecture, are considered within their political and religious context, with special emphasis on the ecclesiastical and private patrons who transformed the Eternal City into one of the world’s great capitals.

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B Average (3.089)Most Common: B (22%)

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    Effort
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    Understanding
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    Interesting
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