Art History 6C
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In class Lecture Notes 432014 KEY Any items with before them is the title of a painting Key terms and especially important topics are highlighted andor underlined andor italicized Understand difference Baroque to Rococo to Neoclassicism Transition from a stable cyclical world to a constantly shifting unstable and revolutionary world the beginnings of the MODERN world FRANCE The king is the state to The people are the state The People initiate the Enlightenment ideals emphasis on the individual rather than the State or institution Hyacinth Rigaud Louis XIV 1701 Louis XIV b 1638 d 1715 Louie the 14th was the king which made him the center of the universe 9 explained by all the lavish gold and outfit in the painting The King39s body is the StateVersailles very powerful bc he was a master statesmen and he outlived his son and grandson Early 18th centure 1700s Enlightenment radical new synthesis of ideas about humanity reason nature and God belief that destiny can be shaped changed institutions can be reformed and perfected through knowledge diligence work individual takes on new meaning with agency to pursue happiness fulfillment purpose of State to help the individual do this Philosophes those men engaging with reason individualism liberty ohn Singleton Copley Samuel Adams 17702 Zoffany British Royal Academicians 17714 Salon of 1785 acques Louis David Oath of the Tennis Court 1791 Royal Academy Louis XIV establishes it in 1646 France England follows soon after Training for artists control of artists A major exhibition every year called the Salon Royal Academy Hierarchy of Genres 1 History Painting most important kind of painting includes paintings with religious mythological historical literary or allegorical subjects conveying a moral lesson about appropriate behavior virtue etc 2 Portraits 3 Genre scene scenes of everyday life neither ideal in style nor elevated in subject admired for their skill ingenuity and even humor but never confused with the highest of genres history painting 4 Landscapes 5 Animal Painting 6 Still Life Riguad Louis XV 1730 Louis XV b 1710 d 1774 Major display of his power in front of him unlike Louis XIV slightly hidden behind him Louis XV less prominent Antoine Watteau Voyage to Cythera 1717 people would get dressed up in outfits Pastel colors skiny silks prominent of rococo culture ean Honore Fragonard The Swing 1767 creepily looking up girls skirt on swing while shes with husband acques Louis David The Oath of the Horatii 17845 Horatti vs Curatii families Family vs State Close up on styles Rococo vs Neoclassicism Neoclassicism austere moral values didactic crisp lines hard edges clarity History Painting teaches a lesson through mythic or historical story an allegory Boucher Diana Bathing 1717 L David T
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