In addition to learning about fundamental art movements like the Renaissance and Dutch Golden Age, one of the primary aims of Art Humanities is for students to learn visual literacy, the transferrable skill of analyzing visual materials. To further this aim, students frequently annotate images, building their powers of observation and deepening their understanding of artworks through close looking. See examples of Fall 2018 student annotations below.
Disputation of the Sacrament
Slide the vertical bar left and right to view a restored version of the piece and descriptive notes.