5-16 July 1999

Following the third highly successful summer school at the Courtauld Institute in 1998 we will again be offering two one-week courses on the History of Art and Architecture this summer. Each course, which is taught in small groups by Courtauld Institute staff and other experts, involves lectures and visits to galleries, museums and historic buildings, often with special access to certain collections. The cost of each course is £275. Places are limited. A brochure with full details and booking form is available.

The courses will include:

WEEK ONE 5-9 July

In the Steps of the Sacred:
Art and Pilgrimage in Medieval Europe.
Dr Ja´s Elsner and Dr Robert Maniura

Artists of the Tuscan Towns in the Fourteenth Century.
Dr. Beth Williamson

Art and Society at the Italian Renaissance Courts.
Dr. Evelyn Welch

Fashion and Society in Stuart England.
(Fully booked)
Dr Aileen Ribeiro

London’s Public Architecture: From the Early 17th to the Early 19th Century.
Caroline Knight and John Newman

Cézanne and the Primitive.
Dr Paul Smith

WEEK TWO 12-16 July

The Making and Use of the Illuminated Manuscript in the later Middle Ages.
Dr John Lowden and Dr Susie Nash

Raphael and the High Renaissance.
Dr Tom Henry

Landscape as Art: The Formal Garden.
Dr. Paula Henderson

Arts in the Age of Elegance: France and England in the 18th Century.
Dr Katie Scott

Architecture of the Gothic Revival.
Alan Windsor

Contemporary Art in Britain.
Dr Julian Stallabrass