Victorian Visions: Art, Industry, Modernity
Module code: V4013B
15 credits in spring semester
Teaching method: Seminar
Assessment modes: Coursework, Distance exam
This module examines art of the Victorian period and takes as its themes: artistic identities and the art market; the global relations of culture; the representation of the body and of difference. It considers a wide range of images of modern life in paint and in print, including urban and rural spaces, domesticity, work and leisure, and explores critical interpretations of the subject.
Module learning outcomes
- Demonstrate a broad knowledge of art works and the essential characteristics of art production of this period.
- Demonstrate critical evaluation of principal art-historical literature on this period.
- Apply underlying concepts to independently researched topic.