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Reflective Art in Practice: Drawing, Painting, Mixed Media and Art History: A Study of Women Artists

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a study of women artists

A Study of Women Artists: 16th to 21st Century

We very much look forward to welcoming both new and returning students to the University in October 2022. Unless otherwise stated, this Reflective Art in Practice course will be taught in person at our Highfield Campus, Building 34. Please click here to view a map of the Campus.

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Abi Kremer
Course Description

Module overview

A practical art course which will help develop analytical and creative skills by reflecting on major art movements.

A Study of Women Artists: 16th to 21st Century

The Art world has seen a remarkable range of successful female visual artists over the centuries. Their journey, so often a poignant tale of struggle, is inspiring. This 8-week course will examine the achievement of women painters in a diverse range of styles, tracking the story of art from 16th to 21st Century. It will enable students to make practical experiments in a range of genres, including Portraiture, Still Life, Landscape and Abstraction with a series of practical exercises involving drawing materials, paint and collage, using own references.

Aims and learning outcomes

On successful completion of the module you will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Female Art as illustrated by various artists including Evelyn de Morgan and Bridget Riley and will gain mastery of drawing, painting and mixed media techniques in order to develop personal art projects in a range of genres, building on artists’ examples.




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