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ARTH 2020 Week 3-4

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ARTH 2020 Week 3-4 ARTH001 (art history survey 2)

Stephanie jones
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These notes cover Early Netherlandish art along with a little bit of Printmaking. Incorporates Rogier Van Der Weyden, Hans Memling, Buxheim, and Martin Schonguuer.
Art History survey II ( ARTH 2020, 001 Hull)
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Stephanie jones on Saturday September 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ARTH001 (art history survey 2) at East Tennessee State University taught by Hull in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see Art History survey II ( ARTH 2020, 001 Hull) in Art History at East Tennessee State University.

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Date Created: 09/17/16
ARTH 2020 Week 3&4 notes Early Netherlandish Rogier Van Der Weyden 1464 He was the town painter of Brussels Died 1464 Invented composition and gestures His pieces of art had strong emotional content  Descent from the cross 1432 1. Compressed space and angular shaped lines to increase tension. 2. Mary as Co-redeemer 3. First tears painted In art  St. Luke Drawing the Virgin Mary 1440 1. Drew the Virgin on silverpoint paper which was an actual workshop practice. 2. Altarpiece for the guild of St. Luke.  Christ on the Cross 1460 Hans Memling 1494 He’s Netherlandish but was born in Germany he also moved to Flanders Died 1494 He was a workshop assistant of Rogier Van Der Weyden  Nieuwenhove Diplych 1487 1. Virgin and child with Nieuwenhove th 15 Century Printmaking in Northern Europe Print- is an original work of art  Made by transferring ink or paint from one surface to another  Usually made in multiples Wood-cut- print made by cutting out everything that will not print from a block of wood the remaining raised surface is inked and printed. *Buxheim- St. Christopher 1423 Relief print- raised surfaces inked and printed. th  Ex: playing cards, religious images, 15 century block book picture bible Engraving Lines that are cut into a metal plate Plate is inked and the surface is wiped leaving ink in the incised lines. Martin Schonguuer German Painter and engraver Templates of St. Anthony or Demons tormenting St. Anthony-1480-90  Demons are ripping St. Anthony apart


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