History of Art A Level *FEES PAYABLE* at Royal Hospital School
AIMS OF THE COURSE:
To learn about art and architecture through history, from the ancient Greeks and Romans, through the Medieval period and Renaissance, to the present day; to learn to analyse visually and interpret wide-ranging works of art and architecture; to understand such issues as patronage, style, historical and cultural contexts and genres in relation to those works; to develop skills in understanding, describing and analytically appraising works of art and architecture.
WHY STUDY THIS SUBJECT?
A logical step into further study at degree level and a valuable cultural journey to enrich the education of any A Level student.
The course consists of two AS units and two A2 units, and each year of study will require you to sit two papers. The AS papers are entitled: ‘Visual Analysis and Interpretation’ and ‘Themes in Art History’.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Royal Hospital School directly.