Week 9 art history 6b
Popular in Renaissance and Baroque
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Date Created: 08/19/16
▯ Spanish empire’s influence on the west ▯ Spanish empire heir of ancient Rome ▯ ▯ Jusepe Ribera Martyrdom of St Philip 1639 ▯ ▯ ▯ Very dramatic ▯ Difference between the psychology of the person suffering and all the people around them that don’t care as much ▯ Reminds you of Caravagio’s painting of martyrdom ▯ ▯ ▯ Clubfooted boy 1642 ▯ ▯ Even though he is poor and crippled, he becomes a symbol of something important ▯ Note in his hand “Give me money for the sake of God” ▯ So happy for a crippled poor person ▯ Natural spirit and joy is exuded through his smile ▯ Shocking choice of subject matter ▯ Treats different sorts of subjects ▯ Such a person who is excluded from the hierarchy of society is still worthy of the chance to be painted ▯ Crutch on his shoulder, reminder of Chris’s crucifixion ▯ You see Christ through this boy ▯ Unbashed naturalism ▯ ▯ ▯ Francisco Zurbaran, Sacrificial Lamb 1640 ▯ ▯ Demonstrates ability to show naturalistic aspects very accurately ▯ Chris is the sacrifice ▯ ▯ St. Serapion 1628 ▯ Whiteness of his garment, metaphor for his purity ▯ More understated ▯ Intense naturalism ▯ ▯ ▯ Diego Velazquez ▯ Bacchus ▯ -God of vine Set in contemporary Spain , which is humorous since Bacchus is also present in this painting Similar to Bacchanal Humorous juxtaposition Also similar to Caravagio’s Bacchus Sophisticated joke Vine in cup almost spilling, makes you feel like you are in the photo
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