Instructor: Dede Taylor

  • Dates: Tuesdays, Jan 31 to Feb 28
  • Time: 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
  • Location: Hope Lutheran Church

The third course in my exploration of Spanish Art, after Islamic Spain and the Hapsburg Golden Age, will continue to look for a particular ‘Spanishness’ in art, beginning at the end of the 18th century to the devastating Spanish Civil War and the excitement of Surrealism in response to political and social upheaval. Major artists discussed include Gaudí, Dalí, Miró and, of course, Picasso. Participation in other courses on Spanish art is not a prerequisite!

Class Format: Lecture and discussion

Readings: Readings and viewings will be assigned in class. A reading list for further study will be available.

TaylorDede Taylor is an art historian who delighted in teaching the foundation histories in the Art and History Departments at MSU. She takes particular interest in learning and teaching the art, culture, language and history of Spain. No longer teaching at MSU, Dede is part of a collective art initiative, Mountain Time Arts ( that addresses issues of growth, particularly water, in the Gallatin Watershed with large-scale public art projects and outreach.



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