The Renaissance to Modernism
Based in central London and directed by Michael Prodger, this one-year Master’s course provides the opportunity to pursue research in art history, under expert supervision, on a subject of the student’s choice. The course begins in October 2018. One-to-one supervision is complemented by a series of ten evening seminars by an internationally acclaimed group of art historians and gallery directors.
Seminar speakers for 2018-19 will include:
Professor Martin Kemp on Leonardo
Andrew Graham-Dixon on Caravaggio
Wallace Collection Director Dr Xavier Bray
Martin Gayford on Modernism
Each seminar, in the congenial surroundings of a London club, is followed by a working dinner during which students can continue the seminar discussion with the visiting speaker.
Examination is solely by means of a dissertation, to be submitted at the end of the academic year.
Those wishing to attend the seminars, but not intending to take the MA degree, may join the course as Associate Students at a reduced fee.
For further information and for applications, contact Maria Floyd at the Humanities Research Institute, Buckingham.