Art History II: Exam 3 Week 1
Art History II: Exam 3 Week 1 ART 1023
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Date Created: 03/11/16
03/07/16 Baroque: 17 century: Italy, France, Spain, and England in general (only some artists in the period embody the baroque style) Rococo: 18 century – mid 19 century *All works in this section are oil on canvas Caravaggio’s style: Tenebrism: more dramatic version of chiaroscuro More realism High drama Eliminating foreground Intense figuration Dramatic foreshortening Direct symbolism Caravaggio Calling of Saint Matthew Circa 15991600 Oil on canvas Contarelli family (Saint Matthew) – patrons Contemporary costumes on the men counting money; Crist is in older/religious drapery Caravaggisti: people working in Caravaggio’s style Artemisia Gentileschi: makes selfportrait of the Allegory of Painting Artemisia Gentileschi Judith Slaying Holofernes Circa 162021 Oil on canvas Compare to Caravaggio’s version of the same scene o Difference between a woman’s interpretation and a man’s o Artemisia’s is more gory and dramatic; realism in the blood squirting out and the struggle of pinning him down o Caravaggio’s is more staged and artificial looking; not as active and dangerous looking 03/09/16 Bernini David 162324 Marble Borghese Family commissioned the sculpture 7 months to complete Around “lifesized” Lyre and armor at his feet to represent that he is a musician and that he refused to wear the armor Bernini Ecstasy of St. Theresa 164552 Marble Cornaro: patron One of the best examples of Baroque art 03/11/16 Poussin: French artist working in Rome Sees himself as an intellectual as well as an artist Shifting away from the Baroque styles Later works are more Classical Poussin Et in Arcadia Ego Circa 163738 Oil on canvas “I, too, in Arcadia” (Arcadia: ideal place, utopia) Landscape genre: bracketing trees, winding path for the eyes, clearer in the foreground, movement from foreground to midground Claude: one of the best landscape artists Early 17 century Spain Velázquez Las Meninas 1656 Oil on canvas “The Maids of Honor” Uses mystery to keep the viewer intellectually involved in the painting (important Baroque technique) Rubensian: style of painting people with larger bodies than the “ideal” Rubens Allegory of the Outbreak of War 163839 Oil on canvas
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