Art Appreciation C: Secular and Mythological Art

Class Details

This course covers the history of secular and mythological art from ancient Greek and Roman statues and mosaics to twentieth-century political propaganda posters.  The sessions will be highly participative and include discussions and comparisons of Renaissance mythological paintings and sculpture, English landscapes, artists’ use of self-portraits to project their image, the Victorian Pre-Raphaelites, and French impressionism in between”

Class Co-ordinators

Yvonne Dove

Frequency & Time

Weekly on Thursday 11:40 - 12:40


Room 1.33