Modern Florence

Art in Modern Florence considers the lives and legacies of artists active in Florence during the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including Irene Parenti Duclos, Pietro Tenerai, Pietro Benvenuti, Giuseppe Bezzuoli, Felicie de Fauveau, Giovanni Fattori, Silvestro Lega, Amalia Dupre, Romano Romanelli, Lorenzo Bartolini, Marino Marini, Mario Romoli, Pietro Annigoni and Michelangelo Pistoletto.  Over the course of four weeks, this course considers the lives, works and patrons of these figures as well as the political, social and religious context of life in Modern Florence, including on-site visits to the Museo degli Argenti and Galleria d’Arte Moderna at Palazzo Pitti, the Museo Stefano Bardini, the Museo Horne, the Museo Marino Marini, the Museo del Novecento and the Collezione Casamonti in Palazzo Bartolini-Salimbeni, the Museo Fondazione Franco Zeffirelli, the Museo Gucci, the Museo Ferragamo and lectures in the British Institute Library overlooking the Arno River in Florence.  

SAMPLE PROGRAMME

 


2019 Dates

 

SPRING:

TUE

05

MAR

-

FRI

29

MAR

2019

                 

SUMMER:

TUE

04

JUN

-

FRI

28

JUN

2019

                 
AUTUMN: TUE 05 NOV - FRI 29 NOV 2019

 


2019 Fees

 

4 WEEKS (20 SESSIONS)

€ 840

3 WEEKS (15 SESSIONS)

€ 675

2 WEEKS (10 SESSIONS)

€ 470

1 WEEK (5 SESSIONS)

€ 245

INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS

€ 50

 

It is possible to follow this courses by week or by individual session.

All monthly courses in History of Art may be taken in combination with Italian Language and Fine Art courses.

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Meeting Points

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Related Activities

SHORT COURSES cater our educational services to visiting school groups, societies, associations and companies, and typically comprise a combination of interactive, illustrated lectures and visits to key sites in Florence. Below are short courses incorporating elements of Art in Modern Florence:

 

Florence in the Age of ENLIGHTENMENT Florence in the Age of INDEPENDENCE Florence in the Age of INDUSTRY
A one-week course devoted to the 18th Century A one-week course devoted to the 19th Century A one-week course devoted to the 20th Century