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Date Created: 09/21/16
Friday, September 16 ➡ Arch. in Rome and the Vatican ❖ Pope Julius envisioned Rome as the center of a new Christian architecture ❖ Bramante created Il Tempietto (“Little Temple”) Centralized plan (of equal axes) Sculptural effect of the exterior Over the spot where apostle Peter was believed to be cruciﬁed ➡ Venice and the Veneto ❖ Venetians saw themselves as superior to their rivals in Florence and Rome ❖ They capitalized on the medium of oil-paint ❖ Prepared colors were sold by merchants ❖ Venetians covered their walls with canvases rather than frescoes ❖ Huidity and seafaring tradition ➡ Titian ❖ A master of light and color ❖ The Venus of Urbino, contrary to its stark female nudity, may have been a reference to marriage ❖ Cassoni (chests) in the background, ﬂowers, and dog (symbol for ﬁdelity) ❖ Neither a goddess nor a courtesan ➡ Mannerism ❖ Advancing 16th century: new style. ❖ Possibly the result of social and religious unrest ❖ Or of artists’ need to express differently ❖ Or of a change in audience’s taste ❖ Anti-Classical and unnatural movement ❖ Artiﬁciality, grace, and elegance ❖ Distorted and contrived forms ❖ Esoteric (obscure) subjects. ➡ Painting—Parmigianino ❖ His Madonna of the Long Neck was left unﬁnished ❖ Mary’s proportions are unnatural ❖ Massive legs, narrow shoulders, and long neck and ﬁngers Intended to intrigue viewers ➡ Painting—Sofonisba Anguissola ❖ Skilled portrait painter and miniaturist ❖ Court painter ❖ Her Self-Portrait shows her meticulous technique and taster for puzzles. Also her status ➡ Sculpture ❖ Mannerist sculpture stylizes body forms and displays technical skill. ❖ Giambologna ❖ The Capture of a Sabine Woman is his most famous sculpture ❖ Conceived as a formal exercise ❖ Carved from a single block of marble ❖ Spiraling composition, dramatic gestures ➡ Art and the Counter-Reformation ❖ Paul III was the ﬁrst poor to pursue Church reform in response to Protestantism ❖ Inquisition, ofﬁce that sought out heretics ❖ Council of Trent (1545-1563) ❖ Art became a powerful weapon of propaganda ❖ Less ambiguous ➡ Art and Arch. in Rome and the Vatican ❖ Paul III commissioned Michelangelo for the Sistine Chapel ❖ The Last Judgment is above the altar ❖ Mannerist Features ❖ Contorted bodies, intense expressions ❖ He included his own portrait. Where? ❖ Controversial ❖ Michelangelo completed St. Peter’s Basilica ❖ Principal church of Western Christendom ❖ He undid parts to strengthen Bramante’s central plan ❖ Three surviving hemicycles show his work, and the current dome retains his basic design ➡ Later 16th-Century Art in Venice and the Veneto ❖ Turks were a threat. Christian ﬂeet of Venetian ships defeated them at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) ❖ Christian preeminence for future generations ❖ Wealthy Venetians built palaces and villas to contain their lavish lifestyle ➡ Oil Painting ❖ Color, light, and expressively loose brushwork characterized by Venetian painting ➡ Art and Its Contexts: Veronese Is Called Before the Inquisition ❖ Veronese shocked patrons with his version of The Last Supper ❖ Pageantry + scruffy dogs + foreign solders = offensive ❖ The Inquisition ordered an explanation and subsequent renaming ➡ Arch.: Palladio ❖ His buildings featured harmonious symmetry and controlled ornamentation ❖ He published, among others, Four Books of Arch,
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