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4 sem. hrs. Examines the development of new ways of thinking about the world during the Italian Renaissance and how they affected the art and culture of that period. Students will consider how women and men were educated in the arts, the role of workshops in artistic training, and the influence of male and female patrons as they study the painting, sculpture, and architecture of the period 1300-1600. The course makes frequent use of the collections at the Gardner Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts.