Art in Context Part 4: Bramante and High Renaissance Architecture

Art in Context 6-Part Lecture Series: Masters of Italian Art: The High Renaissance in Rome, Florence, and Venice

Presented by Dr. Lisa Boutin Vitela, Professor of Art History, Cerritos College

Part 4: Bramante and High Renaissance Architecture

Donato Bramante’s career began in Milan, a city with a strong tradition of Gothic architecture, yet he built in a thoroughly Classical style. This lecture looks at his early experiments with antique elements, and the full blossoming of his style after he moved to Rome.

Location: Fluor Gallery

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October 24, 2018 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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