After studying this course, you should be able to:
be aware of the art and culture of fifteenth-century Venice
be aware of the nature of cultural exchange in Renaissance Europe
understand how Venetian art challenges the canonical view of Renaissance art as a purely western European phenomenon
start to develop skills in critical visual analysis based on the study of selected images of Renaissance art
understand the geographical, political and commercial forces that set Venice at the centre of a broad network of trade and power relations and the complex ways these were reflected in Venetian art and architecture.