Northern Renaissance Art

Lecturer: Sim Hinman WAN

Previously taught by: G. BRYDA
6 credits

This course examines the art produced in Flanders, France, and Germany between about 1300 and 1550, focusing primarily on painting, sculpture, and printmaking.  It begins with early 14th-century illuminated manuscripts and the subsequent development of the International Style.  It then considers Flemish 15th-century painting in some detail, concluding with a study of Flemish and German art of the 16th century.

100% coursework

One 1000-level Art History course



“Being able to really see clearly the oeuvres of the key artists in the Northern Renaissance movement.”

ARTH2013 student, 2017-2018

“Very detailed analysis concerning the topic. Very insightful lecture.”

ARTH2013 student, 2017-2018

“Informative and exciting.”

ARTH2013 student, 2017-2018