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Art History: theory and practice!


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Many people might be trained art historians, yet few share the passion to teach art history, inspire and guide others both to understand art in its historical perspective and to appreciate the artistic qualities of artefacts. Take into consideration that ! 

Art history promotes “an historical understanding of the origins of artefacts within specific world cultures, asking about the circumstances of their making, their makers, the media used, the functions of the images and objects, their critical reception and – not least – their subsequent history.”

Apart from succeeding in an exam or just passing a semester, art history sessions can reinforce your visual understanding skills. We all are being surrounded by images! Getting acquainted with the history of an image, we also learn the history of the culture in which it was produced. Through travelling images, we are exposed to networks of cultural communications. And, through these networks we learn the way a culture perceived another one. The history of art becomes the history of ourselves.

My iTutoring - Online Art History SupportLearn to critically analyze works of art within diverse historical and cultural contexts, considering issues such as politics, religion, patronage, gender, and ethnicity. Explore major forms of artistic expression including architecture, sculpture, painting and other media from across a variety of cultures. 

Learn about the purpose and function of art as you develop your ability to articulate visual and art historical concepts in verbal and written form.

Click here to download in .pdf the Ap Art History course and exam description.

Click here to download in .pdf the A level History of Art specifications

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Can you identify the original?

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Where can one see this fresco ?

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Can you tell who these people are?

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Who is this man?

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Can you identify the painting in the background?

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Art history mnemonics!

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What kind of person are you?

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Can you explain the comment? Tip: Visual literacy.

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