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Instructor: Christian Quintin
Wednesdays, January 10 – February 14, 3:00 – 5:00 PM, Berger Center
Explore the art and history of different time periods in different countries including a look at rarely seen artwork and almost-unknown artists. Learn about the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, Classical Art and Impressionism in France; Dutch and Flemish works and the art of Bosh and Brueghel the Elder.
Week One – French Art, Late Middle Ages to Early Renaissance
Week Two – French Art, Renaissance
Week Three – French Art, Classical Art late 18th to 19th Century
Week Four – French Art, Impressionist and Dawn of the 20th century
Week Five – Flemish and Dutch Art 15 to 16th century
Week Six – Hieronymous Bosh and Pieter Brueghel the Elder
Christian Quintin was born in the town of Saint Brieuc, on the northern coast of Brittany, France. He studied at the Beaux Arts Academy in Paris before moving to the United States in 1981. His pen and inks drawings, oils and pastels paintings have been exhibited in many solo and group shows. Christian was represented by the famed Vorpal Gallery in San Francisco and New York, which gave its first U.S. show to M.C. Escher. He has been the recipient of numerous public commissions and is represented by the Lorin Gallery in Los Angeles.