Cours d’histoire de l’art de la Renaissance en ligne

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L’art de la Renaissance italienne

Vous envisagez de suivre un cours d’histoire de l’art italien en ligne? Nous proposons un cours complet pour comprendre ce que signifie la Renaissance. Ce cours est parfait si vous aimez l’histoire de l’art même si vous n’avez pas le temps ni l’occasion d’étudier.

Des conférences florentines qui vous permettent de voyager à rebours dans l’histoire de l’art de la ville de Florence. Dix rencontres d’une heure et demie chacune, pour découvrir ou redécouvrir la singularité de l’expérience de Florence.

Leçon 1: Le renouveau artistique de la seconde moitié du XIIIe siècle en Toscane avec Nicola et Giovanni Pisano et Arnolfo di Cambio.

Leçon 2: Peinture aux XIIIe et XIVe siècles en Italie centrale et en particulier à Florence. Le grand renouveau de Giotto.

Leçon 3: Peinture à Florence et Sienne d’après Giotto.

Leçon 4: Le début de la Renaissance Lorenzo Ghiberti et Filippo Brunelleschi et le concours 1401 pour la deuxième porte de la baptisterie de Florence.

Leçon 5: Masaccio et Donatello tous deux avant-gardistes.

Leçon 6: Peinture d’après Masaccio. La recherche de la lumière et de la couleur: Beato Angelico et Filippo Lippi.

Leçon 7: Naturalisme flamand et relations entre l’Italie et la Flandre. Ghirlandaio et Piero della Francesca et Antonello da Messina.

Leçon 8: Florence dans la seconde moitié du XVe siècle. Verrocchio et son atelier. La cour Lorenzo le Magnifique et ses artistes.

Leçon 9: La cour de Laurent le Magnifique. La peinture raffinée de Botticelli. Leonardo et Verrocchio.

Leçon 10: Michel-Ange et sa formation dans l’environnement méditerranéen.

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Cours d’histoire de l’art de la Renaissance en ligne

Notre cours d’histoire de l’art de la Renaissance en ligne vous mènera dans le monde des artistes et des peintures de la Renaissance.Vous serez guidé par un historien de l’art professionnel de Florence pour découvrir les chefs-d’œuvre de la Renaissance italienne.

Ce cours se déroule en italien, espagnol ou français.

Cela dure deux mois, 10 réunions.Les cours ont lieu le mercredi de 18h30 à 19h30, heure italienne.

Un min. de 6 participants est nécessaire pour activer le cours.

 

 

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  1. Daryl

    Magnifico!!

    If you are interested in learning about the history of the renaissance, then this course is for you!

    I was lucky enough to be gifted a 10 lesson Art History course with StudiaInItalia for my birthday. This was to be delivered over Zoom, on a one-to-one basis, for an hour a week over 10 weeks. I was a little hesitant as my interest in this area was new and my knowledge basic. It turned out to be the best gift I’ve ever received!

    Federica and the team at StudiaInItalia couldn’t have been any more lovely and helpful in setting the course up. She helped my wife to understand what she was buying for me and how it would work, and continued to check in with both of us during the course to ensure I was happy too. Federica arranged for a first introduction meeting with Rima, who was to be my teacher.

    Rima was simply wonderful!

    After that first initial introductory zoom call, week after week, Rima would lead me through the stories of the artists, politics and history of Florence, including the backgrounds of all the famous names you would expect, and more. She did so with such enthusiasm, care and expertise, and of course that brilliant Italian passion.

    Weekly lessons were scheduled over Zoom, and Rima was flexible to my work schedule. Every lesson ran on to over 90 minutes because of Rima’s enthusiasm, depth of knowledge and generosity, and I loved it! I made sure I had the time for extra, and really appreciated the work Rima had put into preparing and delivering each lesson.

    By chance, we had planned to travel to Florence during the Easter break. Federica and Rima suggested I might wish to have my final lesson with Rima at the Uffizi gallery in person. Yes please!

    We planned our time in Florence to visit much of the work of the artists, sculptors and architects we had learned about in the previous couple of months, which gave such colour and interest to the things I had been taught.

    Rima and Federica met me at the statue of David, at the doors of the Palazzo Vecchio, itself a magical moment getting to meet them both. Rima took me around the Uffizi like it was her second home. Wow, does she know her stuff, and wow, did she help me to learn and to love it too! We covered so much ground, revisiting all of the material of the previous 9 lessons over perhaps 2 and a half hours.

    Whether you are thinking of face to face or online lessons, I can wholly recommend either. Of course, being able to actually see the real thing was brilliant, but the online photographs and descriptions were excellent too. StudiaInItalia were lovely to work with. Rima is an exceptional teacher and the loveliest person. The course content, delivered in such an interesting and enthusiastic manner, even via zoom, is so fascinating that I’ve come home and already starting buying up books to learn even more – I’m hooked!

    I’m actually quite sad that the course is over, but incredibly grateful to my wife, Federica and Rima for making this such a magical experience. 10 out of 10. Do it!

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