Are you interested in the art of interpretation, and the interpretation of art itself? Then you’ll enjoy delving into captivating artwork and analysing themes like gender and ethnicity with this engaging online A-level History of Art course.
You’ll learn all about this fascinating field. For example, did you know the first human artwork used shells, paint and stone, and can be dated back to the Late Stone Age around 40,000 BC?
Studying History of Art will help you develop your critical thinking, communication and problem-solving skills while discovering fascinating facts about art along the way.
If you’ve ever thought about working in museums or galleries, History of Art is a qualification that could help you to get your foot in the door.
Edexcel History of Art – what you’ll learn
From studying specialist artists like Matisse and Manet to exploring themes such as mythological and literary painting and sculpture, History of Art A-level equips you with expert knowledge. You’ll get to examine artwork to gain a deeper interpretation and understanding of its context.
This distance learning course adheres to the Edexcel A-level History of Art syllabus and has been specifically designed so you can study online, in your own time. You’ll also benefit from unlimited tutor support and well-structured assignments to help you to develop the necessary skills and knowledge needed to excel in your two exams. You’ll also have guaranteed access to one of our exam centres if you sit your A-Level History of Art exams in the UK.
Study History of Art with Oxbridge and you’ll get all this too:
- Fast Track – In a rush? You’ll have the option to complete this A-level History of Art course quicker, contact our learning advisers to find out more.
- Guaranteed Exam Venue – Finding exam spaces can be tough, but with Oxbridge, you’ll get guaranteed access to our network of partnership exam centres around the UK.
- Exam Pass Guarantee – We’re so confident you’ll do well, so if you don’t pass the first time, we’ll support you to retake your exam for free.
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