UC Davis Seminars Abroad, "Rome—Art and the City" Info Session

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A world capital for over 2000 years, Rome has the greatest historical range of art and architecture of any major city. The class will meet entirely on-site (no classroom lectures or exams) with visits to ancient, medieval, and Renaissance and later art and architecture in Rome, and with excursions outside the city proper. http://studyabroad.ucdavis.edu

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UC Davis Seminars Abroad, "Rome—Art and the City" Info Session

  1. 1. AHI 198 Rome: Art and the City 2 units, P/NP grading only 20 December 2014 – 2 January 2015 Financial Aid applies—enrollment ends May 20 seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu
  2. 2. Prof. Jeffrey Ruda jhruda@ucdavis.edu Everson 152, by appointment seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu
  3. 3. Why Rome? or, why just Rome? seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Corso Vittorio Emmanuele, looking east from Palazzo Cancelleria
  4. 4. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Why Rome? or, why just Rome?
  5. 5. A course in thinking about what you see— how to look intensively, especially at unfamiliar material All lecture-discussion is on site Critical journal as graded activity seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Gianlorenzo Bernini Medusa, 1630s (?) Capitoline Museums
  6. 6. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: The Roman Forum
  7. 7. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: The Vatican Palace & St. Peter’s Basilica
  8. 8. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: The Capitoline Museums; Santa Maria in Aracoeli Marcus Aurelius, 175 C.E. The Campidoglio
  9. 9. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: The Capitoline Museums; Santa Maria in Aracoeli Lady of the Flavian period, c. 90 C.E.
  10. 10. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary (morning): The Vatican Museums Michelangelo da Caravaggio The Entombment of Christ, 1602-03 Augustus of Prima Porta, Early 1st century C.E.
  11. 11. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary (afternoon): Renaissance urbanism
  12. 12. Itinerary (afternoon): Renaissance urbanism seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Via Giulia looking west
  13. 13. Itinerary (afternoon): Renaissance urbanism seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Campo dei Fiori looking east
  14. 14. Itinerary: The Pantheon to Palazzo Doria seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Diego Velazquez Pope Innocent X, c. 1650
  15. 15. Itinerary: Villa Borghese & Villa Giulia seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Gianlorenzo Bernini Apollo and Daphne, 1622-25 Villa Borghese
  16. 16. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: Villa Borghese & Villa Giulia Antonio Canova Pauline Bonaparte as Venus, 1805-08 Villa Borghese
  17. 17. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: Villa Borghese & Villa Giulia Raphael The Deposition, or Entombment, 1507 Villa Borghese
  18. 18. Itinerary: Villa Borghese & Villa Giulia seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu
  19. 19. Itinerary: Villa Borghese & Villa Giulia seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Etruscan Cista “Ficoroni” (detail), late $th century BCE Villa Giulia
  20. 20. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: Trastevere Pietro Cavallini The Birth of the Virgin Mary, c. 1290 Santa Maria in Trastevere
  21. 21. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: Trastevere Bartolomeo Peruzzi, Perspectives Room, c. 1510 Villa Farnesina (Villa Chigi)
  22. 22. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: Trastevere Bartolomeo Peruzzi, Perspectives Room, c. 1510 Villa Farnesina (Villa Chigi)
  23. 23. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: Tivoli The Canopus, Hadrian’s Villa c. 110-30 CE “Temple of Vesta,” early 1st century BCE
  24. 24. seminarsabroad.ucdavis.edu Itinerary: Tivoli Villa d’Este, 1550-72

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