Modulo A: L. Battaglia Ricci, Dante per immagini. Dalle miniature trecentesche ai giorni nostri, Torino, 2018.
Modulo B: O. Pächt, La miniatura medioevale, Torino, 1987 (o ristampe successive), pp. 45-95 (L'iniziale), 129-153 (L'illustrazione della Bibbia) (ed. or. in lingua tedesca O. Pächt, Buchmalerei des Mittelalters. Eine Einführung, a cura di D. Thoss e U. Jenni, München 1984).
Module A presents a case study concerning the relationship between literary and visual sources. Module B provides the basic tools for a specific and in-depth study of illuminated manuscripts.
The course is aimed at students in the first year of the Master of Science in Art History, the prerequisites are those related to access to the degree course.
Frontal lectures and seminar exercises of analysis and reading of Italian painting and illumination of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
Office hours: friday 2pm.
Type of Assessment
The learning will be verified in itinere during the seminars and at the end of the course in an oral interview. In the final interview, students are expected to be able to recognize images presented discussed during the lectures, made available by the teacher on Moodle.