Art History

Discuss the ways in which Northern Baroque art treats issues of religion and morality. How did the particular social, political, economic, and religious context influence the art produced in Flanders and the Netherlands? In what ways did the art created in this region contain elements of didacticism and morality that transcended traditional religious subject matter? Your discussion should include works from a variety of categories—history painting, portraiture, genre, landscape, still life.

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