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Art History 6C

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Modern-Contemporary Art
Professor Monahan
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Art History 6C, UCSB
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ana Wistos on Sunday April 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Art History 6C at University of California Santa Barbara taught by Professor Monahan in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see Modern-Contemporary Art in Art History at University of California Santa Barbara.

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Date Created: 04/10/16
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 Art History▯ Intro - Louis XIV: The Sun King▯ - Louis XV: fun and frivolity▯ - Louis XVI: the beheaded king▯ - French Revolution=1789▯ • Consul(brief 3-man rule after Robespierre is guillotined)▯ - Empire: Napoleon as officer, then member of Consul, then makes himself emperor, but gets beaten at Waterloo(1815), and gets exiled▯ - Close up on styles▯ • Rococo vs Neoclassicism▯ - neoclassicism: austere, moral values, didactic, crisp lines, hard edges, clear▯ • abrupt transitions, jumping from color to color▯ • stiff/awkward poses▯ there is no escape form this scene because its shallow ▯ • • Tripartite division: 3 people saluting the swords and 3 arches in the background▯ • the men are strong and the women are weak▯ - Rococo: mythical, sensuous, uses pastels, short, rapid brushstrokes, not as didactic ▯ • Diana Bathing and The Swing▯ - .▯ • she is mourning her fiancé that dies during the war▯ • he was on the opposed side going against the state so he kills her right on the spot▯ - David, The Elder Horatius Defending his Son, 1782(drawing, slightly cropped)▯ • defends his son▯ - Nicholas Poussin, Death of Germanicus, 1627▯ - Adolf Wertmuller, Marie Antoinette and her Children, 1785▯ • children are not really touching her and she's not holding onto them▯ 1 Tuesday, April 5, 2016 • she's frivolous and spend tons of money on shepherd like outfits and jewelry▯ • she's a horrible mother and the picture gets attacked like crazy▯ • Rococo because of the pastel colors and soft treatment▯ - Elisabeth Vigee-Leburn, Marie-Antoinette and her Children, 1787▯ • damage control for the other painting▯ supposed to emphasize her motherhood▯ • • theres devotion and then the child is gesturing to a crib and it shows that she lost a child▯ • very domestic space with her family▯ • she was just very disliked▯ - Angelica Kauffman, Cornelia Presenting Her Children as Treasures, 1785▯ • only women who actually painted history paintings▯ • Cornelia is mother of 3 and the 2 boys go on to become very important Roman citizens▯ • the boys try to get land reforms to transfer land from partitioners to the people▯ • older son leads the younger son▯ • little girl is frivolous and focused on jewelry▯ • friend comes to show off jewelry, but Cornelia says her children are true treasures▯ • the daughter is wearing pink to show she is halfway between her mother’s white toga and the mother’s friend’s red toga ▯ • Roman mother is to raise good Roman citizens▯ - The French Revolution Begins 1789▯ To Versailles, To Versailles 1789▯ • - women are going to the palace because the price of bread has risen and people are ready to riot.▯ • women could get divorced ▯ • The State= The King follows by the three estates▯ - First Estate: Clergy/Church(no taxes at all)▯ - Second Estate: noble people and aristocrats(very little to no taxes)▯ - Third Estate: everyone else, those who make $$(merchants, factory owners, bourgeoisie)▯ 2 Tuesday, April 5, 2016 - J.-L. David, Oath of the Tennis Courts, 1791, sketches▯ • take the pledge to keep doing this ▯ • abandoned project because then if you put someone in there thats deemed a traitor later then he’ll be in trouble ▯ - Vote for the Death of the King(Louis XVI) at Assemble Nationale▯ • the king= the state▯ • they find the king guilty to treason▯ • rationality does away with privilege▯ • were all equal and guillotine means that everyone dies equal▯ - J.-L. David, Death of Marat, 1793▯ • had skin disease and was always in bathtubs▯ • he claimed to speak in name of the people▯ • Charlotte argues to see him and then she stabs him in the chest and kills him▯ Neoclassicism, nothing in the background, just the wall▯ • - .▯ - .▯ - . 3


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