Want to know the curiosities of art and history?
And 61 personalities, facts and ideas that have marked the history of art.
Save 30% on this bundle of 2 online courses
Also available in Português.
Course 1 – Curiosities about the Art History
Learn about the history of art, the most important artists and their masterpieces from art curiosities and unusual facts of history.
From these are built a path that leads the participant to know the history of art in some of its most striking aspects.
From the Ancient Age to the Contemporary Age.
Course 2 – Learn art history from 32 curiosities and unusual facts
Learn about the great artists, the works, the controversies, and the rivalries that mark History and Art in 32 lessons.
Starting with these 32 curiosities of history and art, information is given regarding the most outstanding facts, characters, and works of art, as well as clues for deepening the themes.
Why take online courses on curiosities of art and history?
1 – Because art and history curiosities and unusual facts are a great way to engage our audiences.
At school, on cultural tourism visits, in educational services, or even with family or groups of friends, we know how difficult it is to capture attention at the first moment.
These courses will undoubtedly play an important role.
2 – Because the communication process must have an attractive starting point.
Build communication paths from little-known facts and curiosities of art and history that will be a starting point to deepen the themes you want to develop.
This is the process you will find in each lesson of these two online courses.
Beyond the curiosities themselves you will learn about personalities, works, historical and artistic contexts, movements and trends that have marked the history and history of art .
3 – Because it can go further with research and investigation clues
From these 61 curiosities of art and history you can build your own journey of delving into the topics that interest you most.
4 – Because learning art history can be exciting.
Who should take this online course
We are a training entity certified by DGERT – Training Entity Certificate No. 1800/2015 – so the certificate has international validity.
The course price (a single payment) includes all content, assessment and certificate. The value is exempt from VAT under paragraph 10 of Article 9 of the CIVA.
The courses are organized in parts or modules in order to facilitate the learning sequence.
However, you can freely browse the entire course without any restrictions 24 hours a day, according to your interests and your own work method.
You can consult here the Rules of Operation of Online Courses
How it works
Online course 1 – Curiosities
Part 1 – Ancient Ages
1.1 Why there are paintings and statues in Egyptian tombs
1.2 The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb
1.3 How the Egyptian temples were saved
1.4 The sphinx who made a promise
1.5 The optical illusion in the temples
1.6 The reunification of the Parthenon
1.7 The disappeared Roman cities
1.8 The Colosseum and the games
Part 2 – Middle Ages
2.1. The inclination of Pisa Cathedral’s bell tower
2.2. The Chimerae of Notre Dame Cathedral
2.3. The heritage saved by literature
Part 3 – Modern Ages
3.1. Leonardo da Vinci x Miguel Ângelo
3.2. A Special Air Corridor
3.3. The Last Supper, by Leonardo da Vinci (1495-1498)
3.4. One of the greatest patrons in the history of art
3.5. The only artwork signed by Michelangelo
3.6. Great achievements require brilliant minds and give rise to intrigue
3.7. How Michelangelo was criticized
3.8. Palace of Versailles residence of discipline and opportunism
3.9. The greatest proof of love in the world
3.10. Caravaggio, the “protégé“
Part 4 – Contemporary age
4.1. What saved the Eiffel Tower
4.2. Gaudí the eccentric
4.3. Ludwig II the Mad King
4.4. The Sagrada Familia and its legacy
4.5. The Guggenheim’s Unexpected Success
4.6. Van Gogh and the wasted talent
4.7. The creation of abstract art by Kandinsky
4.8. The power of Picasso
Online course 2 – Curiosities
Damnatio Memoriae – is it possible to erase history?
Venationes – thousands of wild animals lost their lives in the Coliseum.
The Basilica that became a Mosque.
Acqua alta – is it possible to save Venice?
The flying censer.
The Chapel that looks like a piece of jewelry.
Jan van Eyck‘s great invention.
The Saint who chose his burial place.
Leonardo da Vinci´s booknotes.
The many architects of the Dome of St. Peter’s Basilica.
“Don’t touch the relics!” – a king who wanted to be eternal and one of the greatest businesses in history.
Dissections on behalf of art.
Michelangelo’s disenchantment with the Sistine Chapel.
What is the great innovation of the Mona Lisa?
Benvenuto Cellini – the “outlaw”.
Rembrandt – from fame to bankruptcy.
Bernini X Borromini – one of the great rivalries in architecture.
Jacques Louis David – the “ferocious terrorist“.
The Giant Heart of Canova.
The illness that changed the course of art.
The dedicated architect who was not invited.
The Inquisition’s Censorship – and its reflections in art.
Claude Monet – an eye problem and some of the most fascinating works of art.
The Salon – and the big chance for fame.
The great risks that Gustave Eiffel took.
The risky choice of Kandinsky.
The artist who knew how to use marketing like no one else.
The architect with a cursed destiny.
What is the origin of the Louvre Museum‘s collection?
Paris – the city of disagreement.
Bold and polemic works that marked the history of art.
What gives value to the works of art?