Art History and Tourism

Tourism and Culture Management, Publication in the Diário da República - Despacho nº 14880/2013 de 15/11/2013

5 ECTS; 2º Ano, 1º Semestre, 30,0 T + 30,0 TP

Lecturer
- Luís Manuel Mota dos Santos Figueira

Prerequisites
Not applicable

Objectives
Students who successfully complete this course unit should be able to:
- Know the problematics and methodology of Art History, in an analysis, namely of the cultural matrix of Europe, from the origins to the modern era.
- Understand and recognize art as social fact in historical duration.
- Recognize the different forms of artistic manifestations, aesthetic currents, authors and most relevant moments of Western Art History.
- Identify and have a global and comprehensive view of Art History, the main movements and artistic currents of Western culture.
- Recognize the various movements in a global view of Art History in Portugal.

Program
1.The origins: prehistoric art:
1.1. Mobile art and rock art;
1.2. Paleolithic Art;
1.3. Mesolithic Art;
1.4. Neolithic art.
Art in Classical Antiquity: Greek and Hellenistic Art; Roman art:
2.1. Introduction to the art of Classical Greece;
2.2. The archaic Greek ceramic painting;
2.3. Late archaic, classical and classical Greek sculpture;
2.4. The Greek architectural orders.
2.5. The architecture of the Hellenic Era;
2.6. Introduction to Roman Art;
2.7. Roman and late Roman religious, secular and civil architecture;
2.8. Roman sculpture: the narrative relief; the portraits;
2.9. Roman painting
3.Art in the Middle Ages: Romanesque Art, Gothic Art:
3.1. From Paleochristian to Romanesque;
3.2. Romanesque Art and Architecture;
3.3. Primitive, Full and Late Gothic Art and Architecture;
3.4. The International Gothic.
4. Renaissance and Mannerism. The Protestant Art:
4.1. The origins of Renaissance art;
4.2. The high renaissance;
4.3. 16th century: art in northern Europe;
4.4. The mannerism;
4.5. Baroque Art and Architecture;
4.6. Art in Protestant countries.
5. History of Portuguese Art
5.1. History of Portuguese Art from Prehistory to Renaissance.

Evaluation Methodology
1. Continous Assessment

1.1. 50% Theorical part

1.2. Final Report - 50%

Bibliography
- Pereira, P. (2014). Arte Portuguesa - História Essencial. Lisboa: Temas e Debates
- Janson, H. (2010). A Nova História da Arte de Janson.. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
- Pinto, A. e Meireles, F. e Cambotas, M. (2006). História da Arte Ocidental e Portuguesa, das origens ao final do século XX.. Porto: Porto Editora
- AA.VV., . (1996). Como Reconhecer a Arte. . Lisboa: Edições 70

Method of interaction
Expository, interrogative and demonstrative method.

Software used in class
powerpoint 2016