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This lesson begins briefly in the Egyptian and Greek galleries and then moves to the Mediaeval gallery. Students examine Romanesque and Gothic art and architecture, identifying those roots that began in antiquity and commenting on why there might be a connection to the past. They will interpret the messages that are expressed by the pieces and discuss how those messages are conveyed. Included in the discussion is the relationship between form and function and the role played by the Design Principles.
Note: Please do not combine with Art of Egypt & Greece due to similar content
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Maximum 105 people (including students, teachers, educational assistants and supervisors) at one time.
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