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Expert Appraiser of Works of Art and Antiques


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Summary

Preferred Access Profile: Art Historians, Graduates in Geography and History or Philosophy and Humanities, Specialists in Art History, Graduates in other specialties with an official Master's degree in Art. Up to 30% of total students are non-university graduates with professional experience. No admission tests.

Degree name: Expert Appraiser of Works of Art and Antiques.

Degree type:University’s own degree..

Department responsible for the program: Art Department. Fine Arts Section.

Collaborating Entity:Professional Association of Graduates and Doctors of Madrid.

Where it is taught:

  • Nebrija Global Campus: virtual classroom.
  • Madrid-Princesa Campus:
    C/ Sta. Cruz de Marcenado, 27, Madrid
    (Metro Princesa)

Dates for the course:

Starting date: October End date for in-person classes: January Submission of assignments: February

Duration: 16 weeks for the class attendance modality (Friday afternoon and Saturday morning)

Academic year in was implemented:February 2013

Modality: Blended.

Languages:Spanish

Places offered: 40

Price: 2.200 €
10% for Collegiates of the Professional Association of Doctors and Graduates of Madrid

Academic Regulations: General student’s regulations. Credit transfer and recognition. Regulation of student participation.

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LNebrija University received the favorable report from the Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS) of ANECA in 2011, and whose procedure and manuals are detailed in System .Documents of the Internal Quality Assurance.

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This Degree seeks to introduce the participant in the essential aspects of the appraisal of works of art and antiques, from the introduction to the different areas of cataloging of pieces (materials, techniques, marking system, typology, etc.), to the preparation of the expert report and aspects of the intervention in judicial proceedings, through the different methodologies with which to address the assessment of the pieces.

The quality of the faculty and the collaboration of institutions such as the Granados Collection allow access to first-class pieces and learning from the best professionals in the sector.

Aimed at:

The course is aimed at professionals from different fields interested in broadening their training in this field by strengthening their preparation in the following professional activities:

  • Intervention in judicial proceedings as an expert by judicial or party designation.
  • Advice and consultancy.
  • Auction houses.
  • Insurance.

Blended modality

The blended methodology combines distance learning for the most theoretical subjects, reserving class attendance training, in a convenient schedule, for focusing on the recognition of the pieces and the cataloging.

In the subjects taught online, a proven methodology is used that incorporates the reading of texts, carrying out self-assessment exercises, chats and tutorials, practical exercises with personalized correction, etc.

The class attendance subjects face specific examples of cataloging of paintings, jewelry, sculptures, decorative arts... addressing the appropriate pricing criteria in each case.

Recognitions

Those students with previous university education and/or professional experience can request a study of recognition of subjects without cost or commitment. According to RD 861/2010, credits may be recognized:

  • For those subjects that have been previously studied in other official University degrees.
  • The credits taken in other official higher education courses (artistic, sports or higher training cycles).
  • Credits taken in university degrees.
  • Credits for accredited work and professional experience may be recognized provided that this experience is related to the competences inherent to each subject. It has a maximum limit for criteria 3 and 4 of 15% of the total ECTS credits of the Expert course.

Of the 21 ECTS credits of the Expert course, 9 ECTS credits may be recognized as part of the Master's Degree in Art Market.

Certification

Nebrija University's Own Degree. Recognized by the Professional Association of Doctors and Graduates of Madrid.


Course program


Class attendance subjects 10 ECTS

  • 3 ECTS | Decorative Arts 1
  • 3 ECTS | Painting and sculpture
  • 4 ECTS | Decorative Arts 2

Blended and distance learning subject 11 ECTS

  • 3 ECTS | Appraisal techniques
  • 4 ECTS | Artistic techniques
  • 4 ECTS | The appraisal expert in judicial proceedings

Profesores

Professors

Diana Angoso Diana Angoso de Guzmán Coordinadora del Título de Experto Tasador en Obras de Arte y Antigüedades
Coordinadora del Máster en Mercado de Arte y Gestión de Empresas Relacionadas
Profesora de Técnicas Artísticas
Coordinator of the Degree in Expert Appraiser of Works of Art and Antiques
Coordinator of the Master's Degree in Art Market and Management of Related Companies
Professor of Artistic Techniques
Licenciada en Historia del Arte por la U. Complutense de Madrid, DEA en Historia del Arte Contemporáneo y Diplomada en Restauración de pintura por el Istituto per l’Arte e il Restauro de Florencia. Co-autora de los libros didácticos Las Técnicas Artísticas en el Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza (Akal, 2006). José Ignacio Abeijón José Ignacio Abeijón Profesor de Técnicas de Tasación Professor of Appraisal Techniques Licenciado en Historia del Arte por la U. Complutense de Madrid.
Desde 1997 trabaja como subdirector en la galería Guillermo de Osma, de Madrid, especializada en vanguardias españolas.
Es autor de numerosos artículos y comisario de exposiciones.
María Blanco María Blanco Profesora de cerámica Ceramics professor Licenciada en Historia del Arte por la U. Complutense de Madrid.
Socia Directora de Art&Pricing, consultoría de arte.
Gestora de la colección artística de Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional y para el desarrollo.
Luciano Delgado Luciano Delgado Profesor de El perito tasado en procesos judiciales Professor of The appraisal expert in judicial proceedings Licenciado en Derecho por la U. Complutense de Madrid. Máster en Mercado de Arte por la U. Nebrija.
Perito Judicial de obras de arte y Abogado ejerciente. Socio fundador de la empresa ART VALUE PROJECT.
Colaborador de la empresa ARTE-LAB S.L. Gestor de la Fundación Cultural Ake Ehrenberg.
José Miguel Granados José Miguel Granados Profesor de Escultura Sculpture professor Licenciado en Periodismo por la U. Complutense de Madrid.
Diplomado en la Escuela de Anticuarios del Centro Español de Nuevas Profesiones.
Socio fundador de Alcora Antigüedades.
Cinta Krahe Cinta Krahe Profesora de Arte oriental Oriental art professor Doctora por la Universidad de Leiden (Holanda).
Máster en Arte y Arqueología de China por SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies, Universidad de Londres).
Miembro del grupo de investigación Asia de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Es miembro del comité de expertos de Feriarte y de la Fira de Antiguitats de Barcelona.
Pablo Melendo Pablo Melendo Profesor de Joyas Jewelry professor Licenciado en Derecho.
Consultor privado con un profundo conocimiento del mercado español e internacional, especialmente en campo de las Artes Decorativas.
Ha sido Director de Arte de Christie’s España y Consejero Delegado de Sotheby’s España.
Margarita Pérez Margarita Pérez Grande Profesora de Platería Silver-smithing professor Licenciada en Historia del Arte por la U. Complutense de Madrid.
Profesora en la Escuela de Arte y Antigüedades de Madrid (1989-2011) y en el Máster de Tasación de la Universidad de Alcalá de Henares (2003-2011).
Autora de dos libros y diversos artículos, en la actualidad realiza el catálogo del I. Valencia de d. Juan.
José Luis Requena José Luis Requena Profesor de Pintura Painting professor Doctor en Historia del Arte por la Universidad de Navarra.
Postgraduado en Fine & Decorative Arts, por Christie's Education, Londres.
Responsable de Pintura Antigua la sala de Subastas Segre.
Begoña Valdivielso Begoña Valdivielso Profesora de mueble Furniture professor Licenciada en Geografía e Historia, sección Historia del Arte, por la Universidad de Navarra.
Diplomada en Tasación y Catalogación de Obras de Arte en la Escuela de Anticuarios, en el Centro Español de Nuevas Profesiones de Madrid. (1986-1989).
Desarrolla su carrera profesional vinculada al mundo del Arte dedicada al mercado del arte en el sector de las subastas, en Sala Retiro de Madrid desde 1998.

Information and enrollment

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