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Art History

Code 12774
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 4
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Art and Design
Entry requirements Don't apply.
Mode of delivery Face-to-face.
Work placements Not applicable.
Learning outcomes General Objectives and Learning Outcomes
It is intended that during the semester the students deepen a set of historical-artistic notions and concepts associated with the evolution of symbolic thought manifest in Art, and develop the necessary skills to relate their influence as a cultural and imaginary phenomenon.
At the end of the semester the student should be able to:
• Observe and critically analyze works of art from its earliest days;
• Associate artists and works with corresponding artistic styles and movements;
• Identify and associate historical events as a motive of artistic movements;
• Develop research group work in accordance with established parameters;
• Identify influences of artistic movements throughout the History of Art and Image.
Syllabus The Paleolithic and the development of symbolic thought; • The "first" Art • Neolithic and the new conception of space: the cases of Jericho and Çatal Hüyük. Early civilizations; • Polytheistic religions and the art; • The cult of the dead. The pre-classical civilizations • The civilizations of Mesopotamia; • Egyptian civilization; • The Hebrew civilization. Classical Antiquity: Greece • In the early days: Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations; • The classical and Hellenistic periods: historical and social contextualization; • The art and concept of polis. Classical Antiquity: Rome • From Foundations to Empire; • The deification of art. The end of the Old Age • The fall of the Western Roman Empire; • The cultural affirmation of the Eastern Roman Empire; • Pre-Columbian culture. The High Middle Ages • Byzantine art and iconoclasm; • Islamic expansion and art in Al-Andalus; • The artistic heritage of the barbarian. The Middle Ages • The European hegemony of the Catholic Church; • The Romanesque "style"; • The Gothic "style". The Renaissance • Humanist values ??and the context of the Italian Trecento; • The golden era of the Renaissance • The Manueline "style" in Portugal. The Baroque • Dignitas, decorum, veritas and the Reformation of the Catholic Church; • Art as political and religious propaganda. The Baroque in Portugal • The Baroque in the context of the Portuguese microcosm
Main Bibliography • AAVV, História da Arte no Ocidente, Verbo, Lisboa, 2006.
• ALARCÃO, Jorge de, História da Arte em Portugal. Do Paleolítico à Arte Visigótica, Alfa, Lisboa, 1993.
• ARGAN, Giulio Carlo, Guia de História da Arte, Estampa, Lisboa, 1994.
• DUBY, Georges (dir.), História Artística da Europa, Quetzal, Lisboa, 1998, vols. I e II.
• ECO, Umberto (dir.), História da beleza, Difel, Algés, 2009.
• FREEDBERG, David, El Poder de las Imágenes: estudios sobre la Historia e la Teoria de la Respuesta, Catedra, Madrid, 1992.
• GOMBRICH, E. H., A História da Arte, Zahar, Rio de Janeiro, 1972.
• GOMBRICH, E. H., Norma y Forma: estudios sobre el arte del Renascimiento, Debate, Madrid, 1999.
• GOMBRICH, E. H., Usos de las imágenes: estudios sobre la función social del arte y la comunicación, Debate, Barcelona, 2003.
• LE GOFF, Jacques, O imaginário medieval, Estampa, Lisboa, 1994.
• PANOFSKY, Erwin, A Perspectiva como forma simbólica, Edições 70, Lisboa, 1993.
• PANOFSKY, Erwin, Peinture et Devotion en Europe du Nord à la fin du Moyen Age, Flammarion, Paris, 1997.
• SERRÃO, Vítor, A pintura proto-barroca em Portugal 1612-1657, Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, 1992, vols. I e II.
• UPJOHN, Everard M., História Mundial da Arte, Bertrand, Venda Nova, 1997, vols. I a VI.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria In this CU the attendance, the participation in classes and the activities proposed throughout the semester will be accounted for evaluation. It will be proposed a theoretical group work, focusing on the in-depth study of a theme in the context of the Program. Due to the considerable extension of the proposed program contents, one mini assessment test and a global assessment test will be carried out.
The final grade will be calculated according to the following items:
• Participation / Attendance - 10%
• Group work - 20%
• Mini Assessment Test - 30%
• Global Assessment Test - 30%
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-06-17

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