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European Art in Overview and in Close Perspective – John O’Riordan (S23-12)


Places available!

Tutor: John O’Riordan

Wednesdays: 10.30-12.00 noon

Dates: 25th January – 8th March 2023

Cost: €105 (9 weeks)

Module Ref: S23-12

Mid Term: The Centre will be closed for mid-term break Monday 13th February to Friday 17th February 2023, for St Patrick’s Day and for an Easter break 3rd – 14th April.

Places available!

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Module Description

For new students, there will be a survey of European Art from its origin in ancient Greece and up to mid-19th C. Then we will look, in detail, at topics such as Impressionism to post-Impressionism, Modernism, Women artists from 16th to 20th centuries, the Pre-Raphaelites, and look at individual artists, such as, Michelangelo and Caravaggio. Lectures will focus on helping you make the most of your gallery visits at home and abroad; gallery visit included.

John O’Riordan: BA (UCD) in Art History, English and History, MA in Art History (UCD). He has many years experience of teaching Art History in third level and adult education.

Click here to download the Lumen OP 2023 Brochure in PDF format.

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