Art history week 12
Art history week 12 art history 6b
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Date Created: 09/10/16
▯ Skull reminds you of the ambassadors of Holbein ▯ ▯ ▯ Jacob van Ruisdeal. The Mill 1653 ▯ ▯ Innovative for its time ▯ Actual view ▯ Wasn’t common sense to paint actual places as landscape ▯ ▯ ▯ The Jewish Cemetery 1655 ▯ ▯ carefully constructed to produce a more conventional reflection upon nature and mans relationship to nature ▯ Metaphor of nature making its way back over human mortality ▯ Blasted tree – metaphor of death ▯ Rainbow showing that a storm has taken place (perhaps broken the tree) Rainbow is a sign of hope The picture is conveying a very complex message Philosophical claim in a landscape painting Wheatfields 1670 very simple / ordinary scene Deeply absorbing picture Photo leading to infinity Most of the painting is empty Reminds you of Brughels January Pieter de Hooch Domestic Scene 1670 Called Genre pictures Strange to have a painting of this scene made Nurturing of young children Light works very carefully in this painting Not very dramatic, but emphasizes and highlights what the painter thinks is needed to be highlighted Demonstrates the values that they practice in their everyday lives Jan Steen Feast 1660 Fun family Lots of things going on Adriaen Brauwer The smokers 1635 smoking and drinking simultaneously Making funny faces at the viewer Insulting the viewer Indented to be funny Gerard Terborch The Suitor’s visit Different textures represented(table cloth, silk dress) Everyday life event Scene of courtship (proper) Music associated with stimulation of amorous emotion (aphrodisiac) in Dutch paintings The Knife-Grinder’s family 1656 Bottom of Dutch society Observed with same kind of sympathy and precisions as upper class people that he painted Woman picking lice out of childs hair Shows the other end of society
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