AHS 102 Exam 3 Study Guide
AHS 102 Exam 3 Study Guide AHS 102
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AHS 102 Exam 3 Study Guide *Note: I was not in class on the last day of materials b/c of food poisoning. I haven’t been able to obtain the notes yet, so this study guide will not go over any material presented on Monday Period Characteristics Rococo (18 century) o Frivolity o Turn away from politics o Not serious o No major statements o Pastel colors Neoclassism (mid 18 19 century) o Return to Greek classicism o Sparked by the rediscovery of Pompeii o “Severe” classical style Romanticism (mid 18 – 19 century) o Reaction to Neoclassism o Went in opposite direction Development of Photography (mid 19 century) o Seen as scientific tool at first o Artists and work influenced by industrialization Realism (mid 19 century) o Paintings from real life (lived experience), not from imagination o Focus on medium specific art Impressionism (late 19 century) o Capture the impression of nature o How light effects forms o Looking to ephemeral aspects of nature o Often used lighter/pastel colors when capturing effects of light o Loose, sketchy brushwork o Focus on modern technology and upper class leisure o Influenced by Japanese prints Post Impressionism o Influenced by impressionists Added more emotion Made it more permanent o Two styles Ordered, stable style based on lived experience Expressionistic: based on the imagination Terms Decentralization Napolean Bonaparte Fête galant “Pompeii Mania” Estates of the Realm Empire Style Gothick Incubus The Black Paintings The Sublime/Pantheism Positivism Haussmanization of Paris Plein Air Japonisme Medium specific art Questions What notable thing did Louis XV do to decrease tension between the first and third estates? What was Cythera and what work was it related to? How does the attendant serve a different purpose in Leda and the Swan than the one in Artemisia Gentileschi’s Judith and Holofernes? How does the viewer know that the relationship in The Swing is forbidden? How did Louis XVI (and his wife) tick off the third estate of France? What followed the French Revolution? (Term for all the beheadings) Which person in Oath of the Tennis Court is responsible/big contributor to the above term? Which person refused to vote? What to the figures in the foreground symbolize? What symbolism was used in the Death of Marat as propaganda for the French Revolution? Why is it significant that Napoleon is crowning his wife in Coronation of Napoleon? (What happened right before?) Why is La Madeleine so strange? What is the Neoclassical style called in the United States? Why is Monticello so successful in the above term? How did Gericault’s studies help him paint The Raft of the Medusa? What is the story behind The Death of Sardanapalus? What hints does JMW Turner give in The Slave Ship that this is a violent scene? Why was The family of Charles IV perceived as an insult? What was the most common way Caspar David Friedrich demonstrated his idea of Pantheism? Who were the three important figures that contributed to Positivism/new industrial life? What is the different between a Daguerreotype and a Calotype? What work was the precursor to movies? How does Gustave Courbet convey generational poverty in The Stone Breakers? Why is a dog disrespectful to have at a grave? What work does this relate to? What limitations did Rosa Bonheur overcome to become a painter? How did Japanese prints and photography effect Degas’ work? What was a woman’s life like in this time period? How did Mary Cassatt criticize the expectation of the women’s sphere? Know how different artists (male and female) painted their own and opposite gender in Impressionism. Compare Olympia with Venus of Urbino Compare Olympia with Spirit of the Dead Watching How did Van Gogh view the city? The country? How did Gaugin view the city? The country? Why was some of Gaugin’s work problematic?
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