Feb 2-4 notes
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Date Created: 02/06/15
FLANDERS Clara Peeters cont Linda Nochlin Why have there been no great women painters 0 article from 1970s reevaluating how artists were determined to be great or not single Flemish female mostly self portraits and still lifes selfportraits from female artists were considered valuable at the time only for the sake of being a doublemiracle ae a thinkingpainting woman in her self portrait she shows herself in very sumptuous garb and surrounded by lavish goods 0 not likely she had access to pieces like the gold vessel at home but perhaps she borrowed it for the purpose of this painting elaborate style implies she is aware of Van Dyke and other contemporaries work flowers in general are typically symbolic of fertility not a real flower arrangement not all in bloom in the same season example of vanitas painting 0 emphasis on portraying the passing of time o in her selfportrait holds a timepiece in her hand 0 tulips meant money I hers is wilted conveying the transience of money 0 bubbles pop bubble reflection 0 shows a window and her painting herself 0 known for painting secret selfportraits in her stilllifes Still Life with Flowers and Goblets 1612 Flemish known for detail and oil paint Stilllife becomes used for religious significance earthenware vessel is far less expensive of an object than the other metal vessels shells are very expensive like metal vessels as well pretzel sometimes symbolic of trinity gold vessel could be a reliquary protestants did not believe in relics or eucharistic vessel guess what protestants do not believe in that either 0 vessels of wine also blood of christ blown out candle could have to do with vanitas paintings probably meant to have multiple interpretations so as to be a conversation piece David Teniers the younger 16101690 his father of the same name was also a painter lived in Antwerp we see him at the court of the regent of Spain working for Archduke LeopoldWilhelm collection held in Kunskammer German for art closet when Charles V dies decapitated LW acquires his paintings Archduke LeopoldWilhelm in his Gallery in Brussels 1651 a documentation of the paintings he owned unlikely to be displayed in this way simply to fit all on canvas Teniers on left showing LW on the right his collection COMP to Brouwer for an enhanced portrait FRANCE Marie de Medici and Henry IV we have seen before from France France in 17th century boundaries exist almost exactly the same as present day century of blood civil and religious within France as well as with Italy Francois l keen on importing ltalian art such as da Vinci Henry VI is first family member of Bourbon family to rule throne Louis Xlll ascends to throne after Marie de Medici as regent Jacques Callot 15921635 fairly average life span printmaker o from province of Lorraine o wartorn in 16th17th centuries 0 strong ltalian ties Medici family from aristocratic home apprenticed to gold smith 0 very readily transferred skill set to engraving o engraving materials 0 copper or zinc plate 0 burrin stylus can contain as many as 1600 figures created choppe pronounce ehshow pay 0 tool for created mark of varying depths 0 adopted chemical engraving 0 cover plate in wax coating scrape image into wax dip in acid bath to bites into plate repeat for deeper marks OOO
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