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Art History Week 8

by: Katie Truppo

Art History Week 8 ARTH 173

Katie Truppo
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English art (does not include class on Wednesday, Oct. 5)
Western Art History
Aurelia D'Antonio
Class Notes
Art, history
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This 7 page Class Notes was uploaded by Katie Truppo on Tuesday October 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ARTH 173 at University of Tennessee - Knoxville taught by Aurelia D'Antonio in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Western Art History in Arts and Humanities at University of Tennessee - Knoxville.

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Date Created: 10/11/16
Lecture 18 10.3.16 Inigo Jones, West front of the Banqueting House, Whitehall Palace, London. 1619-22 •  Style similar to Roman Basilicas •  Rusticated to smooth as going up the building Left: Michelangelo, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Campidoglio, Rome, designed ca. 1545 Right: Inigo Jones, West front of the Banqueting House, Whitehall Palace, London. 1619-22 •  Ionic composite order columns •  Banqueting House had colossal order (columns and palasters on each level) Palladio, Villa Rotonda, Vicenza, ca. 1567-70 •  Classical elements on modern building Sir Christopher Wren, Plan: Design for City of London: Unexecuted, 1666 •  Great Fire of London, 1666 •  Christopher Wren designed new plan for city after fire ◦   Organized/ cleaned up ◦   Geometric, perfect shapes Left: Sir Christopher Wren. Façade of St. Paul’s cathedral, London. 1675 - 1710 Right: Carlo Maderno, Façade of St. Peter’s, Rome. 1607-12 •  Wren had modern style, but created classic looking cathedral •  St. Paul’s cathedral has elevated dome Left: Sir Christopher Wren. Façade of St. Paul’s cathedral, London. 1675 - 1710 Right: Borromini, Sant’Agnese, 1653-63 •  Similarities in domes and bell towers •  No undulating like Borromini Sir Christopher Wren, Steeple of church of St. Mary-le-Bow, London. 1680 •  Stacked classical forms on top of each other ◦   Classical elements shown in creative way Sir John Vanbrugh and Nicholas Hawksmoor. Blenheim Palace,Woodstock, England. Begun 1705 •  Combination of country estate and rigid classical symmetry •  Also has Italian baroque style ◦   Arms similar to St. Peter’s •  Colossal order ◦   Pedimented temple front on large building when other stories have lower stories Bernardo Buontalenti, Buontalenti Grotto, Boboli Gardens, Florence, later th 16 century •  Rococo style ◦   Domestic scenes ◦   Interest in color ◦   Over the top ◦   Frilly decorations •  Embellishment on Grotto Jean-Antoine Watteau, A Pilgrimage to Cythera. 1717 •  Rueben’s style ◦   Light, color •  Nostalgic ◦   People looking back at island of love as they leave it ◦   Sadness tinged nostalgia Jean-Antoine Watteau, Mezzetin, ca. 1718 •  Italian improv style of theater •  Tragic, wistful scene of unrequited lover singing Jean-Antoine Watteau, Gersaint’s Signboard, 1721 •  Aristocratic activities ◦   Shopping for art in long gowns ◦   Upper class scene of commerce Francois Boucher, Portrait of Madame de Pompadour. 1756 •  King’s mistress •  Frilly, over the top Rococo style •  More casual but still showing class ◦   Intelligence shown with her holding book ◦   Shows her importance to the King  


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