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Art History 1306 Week 3 Notes

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These notes cover what is going to be on the quiz February 10, 2016 and future exams.
History of Art II (C) - 12353
Anne Perry
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Date Created: 02/09/16
Art History Week 3 Notes Monday&Wednesday (February 1­3, 2016) th  1    Century Northern Europe Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking 1400­1500 Ch. 15  Claus Sluter, Well of Moses, 1395­1406, stone, Chartreuse de Champmol, Dijon,  France, for the Duke of Burgundy, in the sculpture are 6 prophets: Moses, Isaiah, David,  Phillip, Jerimiah, and Daniel. Oil Painting  Robert Campin, Master of Flemalle, Merode Altarpiece, The Annunciation, circa 1425­ 1428, oil on wood.  Iconography: study of the themes and subjects of works of art as well as the symbolic  meaning of the objects, persons, or events depicted in the painting.  The lily in the Merode Altarpiece (center) resembles the Virgin Mary’s purity. The right side of the Merode Altarpiece shows St. Joseph in his carpentry shop. The left side of the Merode Altarpiece shows the donors or patrons peeking inside  wanting to get a glimpse of the angel and the Virgin Mary. Jan Van Eyck, Ghent Altarpiece(closed), Saint Baro Cathedral, Ghent, Belgium, 1432,  oil on wood, it is a polyptch meaning there are more than 3 panels, 14­15 feet across  when open. Jan Van Eyck, Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride, 1434, oil on wood, Van Eyck wrote  his name on the back wall to show that he was there as a witness.     Panofsky: the name given to every single item in the room.     Glazing: Building up areas of paint with layers of translucent, diluted oil paint.     Glaze: Each dab of the translucent oil paint used. The dog in Van Eyck’s oil painting of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride represents  fidelity and loyalty. Rogier Van der Weydan, Deposition, circa 1435, oil on wood panel, painted for the  crossbow gilds or people who owned crossbows.     Deposition: The removing of Christ from the cross.     Illuminated Manuscripts  Book written and decorated by hand. Derived from Latin manus meaning hand  and “scriptus” meaning writing. Manuscripts decorated with gold, silver, or  bright colors are called illuminated from Latin “illuminare” meaning to lighten or brighten up.     Limbourg Brothers, February, Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, 1416, Peasants taking care of livestock and bringing wood to go sell for food.     Book of Hours: Popular prayer book used for private devotions. Contains a calendar as  well as psalms, prayers, hymns, and biblical readings for recitation during the eight  canonical.      Hours of the Day: known as the Hours of the Virgin Mary.     Limbourg Brothers, May, Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, 1416, shows  people on horses about to go hunting. Printmaking Martin Schongauer, St. Anthony Tormented by Demons, circa 1490, engraving, St.  Anthony is being tormented because of his faith.     Engraving: the meaning or definition of using a burin to make the image wanted on a  metal plate.     Intaglio: First you begin with a metal plate and use a sharp instrument, burin, to cut into  the plate to make the image wanted. Early Renaissance (Italy 1400­1500) Ch. 16  Renaissance: French meaning Rebirth and renewed interest in Classical Antiquity such  as painting, sculpture, and printmaking.  Artists concerned with depicting anatomy and 3D space accurately.  3 Important Innovation: Chiaroscuro, linear perspective, atmospheric perspective.  In Early Renaissance naturalism style will be developed in Florence.


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