Currently the 'Renaissance faculty’ consists of:
The courses offered change from year to year, but recent Renaissance offerings have included:
- Approaches to Architecture of Michelangelo (GC)
- Art in Venice c.1420-1510 (PH)
- Arts in the Courts of France
- Central Italian Renaissance Art in London Collections
- Fifteenth-Century Florentine Artists and their Crafts
- Interpreting Titian (PH)
the Making of Paintings in Late-Medieval and Early-Renaissance
- Architecture in Fifteenth-Century Italy (GC)
- Northern Art of the Fifteenth Century (SN)
- Titian, Venice and Europe
Taught by: Prof Paul Hills
- Commemoration, Salvation and Splendour: Aspects of Artistic Production and Patronage in France and the Burgundian Netherlands c. 1380-1520
Taught by: Dr Susie Nash
MA dissertation titles
MA students write their dissertations either on material arising directly from their course or, with their supervisor’s approval, on any other viable topic. The best dissertations achieve publishable standard in leading journals.
With the range of interests and expertise of the staff, and the availability of research resources in London, research students are encouraged to undertake pioneering work in a range of areas of art history. The large number of active research students in the Renaissance area creates a supportive and stimulating environment.
Recently completed PhDs
Many PhDs will be published in whole or in part, substantially revised or in some cases substantially as submitted.