Four Baroque Capitals: Prague, Rome, Madrid, Paris
Four Baroque Capitals: Prague, Rome,
July 16-19, 9:30 am-noon
This course examines the formation of Baroque art in four cities in the age of absolute monarchy. In Prague, the eccentric Rudolf II attained new levels of extravagance as patron of the arts and sciences. Pope Paul V and his nephew Scipione Borghese spent lavishly on building in early-seventeenth-century Rome, while Caravaggio, Carracci, and Bernini established the Baroque style. Phillip IV amassed an enormous art collection in Madrid; Velazquez was his court painter. And Louis XIV oversaw significant improvements to Paris, enlarging the Louvre and building the Hotel des Invalides. Learn how all these cities were interconnected and how each was unique.
CREDIT AND CLOCK HOURS
Seattle Pacific University uses the quarter system and issues quarter credits. Payment for credit or clock hour fees is paid directly to SPU on the first day of class.
Art history courses: $42 for one SPU credit and $20 for ten clock hours
Advance registration required. Due two weeks before the first day of course or class. To ensure registration, submit completed form and full payment. Space is limited. Registration confirmed by email or mailed receipt.
The Frye Art Museum reserves the right to cancel any course or class. If the Museum cancels a course or class, a full refund will be issued. If participant cancels enrollment more than two weeks prior to start date, a full refund will be issued, less a $25 processing fee. No refunds issued with less than two weeks' notice. To cancel registration, call 206 432 8200 between 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday.
Frye Art Museum Auditorium (View)
704 Terry Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104