384 Masters in Art & Art History

Art history studies the historical development of arts in various contexts. Three commonly directions can be identified within the field of art history: Knowledge about art (connoisseurs), art critics and historians.

Art & Art History

Find and compare 384 Masters in Art & Art History in United Kingdom. Below is a selection of the available study options. If you're interested in studying Art & Art History in United Kingdom you can view all 384 Master's programmes. You can also read more about the Art & Art History discipline in general or about studying in United Kingdom.

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