Module 2. Art of the 17-19th centuries
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+ know the history of art inside out
+ are experienced in defining styles and eras
+ talk about art better than a guide
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MODULE 2
Art of the 17-19th Centuries
PART 1
PART 1
Nelly Kundryukova
Art critic (St. Petersburg State University), art and architecture historian (postgraduate study at the Russian Institute of Art History)
Baroque (2 hours)
- Architecture
- Sculpture (Bernini)
- Caravaggio
- Velazquez
- Rubens
PART 2
PART 2
Maria Kharitonova
Art historian (St. Petersburg State University), Culture expert (postgraduate study at St. Petersburg State Institute of Culture), art mediator
Dutch Golden Age (2 hours)
- Development of genre painting in Dutch art
- Vermeer
- Rembrandt
PART 3
PART 3
Nikita Dobryakov
Cultural researcher, philosopher (St. Petersburg State University), curator, member of the Russian Society for Aesthetics
Classicism ( 30 min)
- Poussin, Lorrain
- Jacques-Louis David

Rococo (30 min)
- Chardin, Watteau, Fragonard

Romanticism (30 min)
- Théodore Géricault
- Eugène Delacroix
- William Turner
- Caspar Friedrich
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