Art History II: Exam 2 Last day of Material
Art History II: Exam 2 Last day of Material ART 1023
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Date Created: 03/03/16
03/02/16 Hans Holbein the Younger The French Ambassadors 1533 Oil and tempera on panel Square format o Makes figures seem more prominent/heavier Wealthy ambassadors (figure on the right is some sort of clergyman) with a table and bench filled with various objects French [Jean de Dinteville aristocrat (& patron?) 29 yrs old] (left); Venetian Republic [Georges de Selve Bishop of Lavaur 25 yrs old] (right) Top shelf of table holds objects related to “heavenly sphere”; lower shelf holds things related to “earthly world” The “guitar” has a broken string; represents the opposite of having harmony, religious discord (?) Anamorphic object at the bottom is a skull tilted slightly right and given a different perspective Pieter Bruegel the Elder Netherlandish (Dutch) Proverbs 1559 Oil on panel Shows 120140ish proverbs literally within a landscape village Exam 2 Preparation GUESS even if you don’t know High Renaissance to Mannerism in Rome Development of printmaking and oil paint; evolution of subject matter; for comparisons focus mainly on materials and subject matter!
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