Dekoninck Ralph; Falque Ingrid (compensates Dekoninck Ralph); Loos Roxanne (compensates Dekoninck Ralph);
The course is devoted to the history of painting, sculpture and decorative arts from the 3d century until the 16th century in Western Europe. The different artistic currents are presented according to their different dimensions (stylistic, iconological, anthropological'). The works of arts are situated within their historical context, taking in consideration their status, functions and uses.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
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The course proposes a chronological framework on the basis of which some precise themes are deepened while clarifying iconological and stylistic issues. A special stress is laid on the religious, political and cultural functions of the works of art situated in their context of production and reception.
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