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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Elva Rodriguez on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ARHI 2400 at University of Georgia taught by McCain in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see /class/202145/arhi-2400-university-of-georgia in Art History at University of Georgia.

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Date Created: 09/12/15
Peter Paul Rubens parents were protestant raised catholic you needed to be catholic in order to be successful trained with mannerist artist He was interested in antiquity anitquity should inspire not insert that image to your 2d work strictly interested in caravaggio did sketches of michelangelo39s and raphael39s works Filip IV portrait worked at the spanish court as a diplomat o Rubens Raising oft7e Cross 16101611 In Church of St Walburga now in Antwerp Cathedral A private patron Cornelius van der Geest intended to place on high altar of church st walburga created by Rubesn in the church Protestan Iconoclasm Spain occupies Flanders and brings back Catholicism They re ll the space with art that Protestan Iconoclasts destroyed Triptic altarpiece center Christ left mourning right 2 other convict getting crucified larger than ghent altarpiece 14 ft tall placed on top of predella which does not exist anymore ELEVATIO raising of the cross term elevatio refers to specific moment a pope raising a piece of bread thhat is supposedly a representation of christ39s skin Monumental by size and muscles He is known with color like TItian Golden tone of a gure Why is this work Baroque light diagonal emphasis of foreground humanity With Caravaggio he is interested in human emotion The same is expressed here dirtiness on figures psychology of the moment facial expression dog represents delity o Rubens Descent from the Cross 1611 different patron a scene moment after cruci xion Comparing two altar pieces tenebrism is evident on the second one Has silence of stillness compared to Crucifixion Crucifixion has sense of movements diagonals are mere images of


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