RENAIS THRU MODERN ART [C2VPA]
RENAIS THRU MODERN ART [C2VPA] GARTH 206
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GARTH 206 QUIZ TWO LIST Chapters 1720 w ARNTNGI THIS HANDOUT WILL NOT BE POSTED ON BLACKBOARD EXAM PAPER WILL BE PROVIDED For the examples listed on this list you will be tested in class on your ability to identify the artarchitecture listed below and cite the significance or importance of it in relation to another work of artarchitecture in a few sentences from Stokstad and class notes For each work you need to memorize Artist s Last Name or specific identifying name e g Giotto Leonardo Mof ArtworkBuilding as listed here reasonably recognizable Medium aterial or Kind of Artwork e g marble fresco woodcut engraving panel painting type of architectureipalazzo church City of Origin not current museum location Options Florence Siena Mantua Rome Mlan Approximate Year of Creation or Completion ten years leeway either way Style or Period based on the underlined headings on this list For architecture don t forget to review the plan or footprint to recognize the monument Significance from class notes Importance reason the artworkbuilding is discussed why the artworkbuilding is the epitome of its kind or the besthighestmost complicated How the artwork correlates with ASPECT according to class notes Aesthetic artistic Sociological Political Economic Cultural Technology Cultural ConfessionalReligiousCommemorativeMemorialCivicPublic Technological Advances as it affects the form of the artarchitecture If these facts are missing from the titles below add them from class lecture notes or Stokstad STUDYHINT Ifyou memon39ze afew ofthese each day or so between now and the test you ll be in great shape for the quiz ITEMS not listed here will not be tested in class as identifications EARLY ITALIAN RENAISSANCE 14th Centu SCULPTURE Pisano Baptistry Doors Florence Duomo 14th century phase 1330 north side door reliefs versus Ghiberti east side door reliefs c 1435 Jacob and Esau HIGH RENAISSANCE FRESCOS Lorenzettis Allegory ofGood Government in City 1338 Siena Palazzo Publico Public Palace Giotto Scrovegni Chapel in Padua Scrovegni 1305 amentation Four Giomata or daily panels Marriage at Cana Raising of Lazarus Resurrection Noli me Tangere Don t Touch Me PANEL PAINTINGS ALTARPIECES Cimabue Virgin and Child Enthroned Florence c1280s Giotto Virgin and Child Enthroned 177 Florence 1305 Duccio Maesta Majesty dedicated to Virgin Mary 1311 Siena 15th CENTURY ITALIAN RENAISSANCE PANEL PAINTINGS Uccello Battle ofSan Romano 1438 Ternpera on wood panel Bellini St Francis in Ecstacy 1470s panel painting Procession ofRelic ofTrue Cross St Marks Venice 1496 panel painting Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints c1478 Botticelli Primavera Spring 1482 Neoplatonist Birth ofVenus 1484 OS Perugino Delivery ofthe Keys to Saint Peter 1481 Sistine Chapel fresco Massaccio Trinity with Virgin St John Donors Santa Maria NovellaFlorence c1425 ribute Money Brancacci Chapel Florence c1427 Castagno Last Supper 1447 Florence fresco Mantegna Camera Picta Mantua Duke s Palace Ducal Palace 1460s Piero della Francesca The Montefeltros Battista Sforza and Federico just use Montefeltros 1414 oil on wood panel Urbino 15th CENTURY ITALIAN RENAISSANCE ARCHITE QUIZ TWO NOTES RENAISSANCE GARTH 206 ART HISTORY IVIULDER l LIST 20 points oftotal grade Tues December 13 11 o clock class meets at 1030 in Room 240 2 o clock class meets at in Room 107 at 1pm FINALS STUDY LIST IN CLASS IDENTIFICATION LIST Bar quc quot 39 D mm RealismNaturalism ImpressionismiPostImpressionismiEarly ModernismiModernismiPostmodernism Tues December 13 11 o clock class meets at 1030 in Room 240 2 o clock class meets at in Room 107 at 112m H The list below will require identi cations in class and you will compare the identi cations like Quizzes 2 amp 3 MEMORIZE the artworks below for the inclass quiz on December 13 See MDlD file Study Guide Artworks There are 75 artworks to know If you begin reviewing these on the 5391 you only need to memorize about 8 a day and some you have already studied TAKE HOME ESSAY 215 points Bring your essay answering this question to class on the day of the final with your name and date on the top typed 6 paragraphs or 2 to 4 pages will cover it QUESTION For each capitalized historical period below 6 total i e RENAISSANCE ART 13005 to 15005 select ONE ARTWORK minimally that EPITOMIZES the style of the period you may discuss more than one Then explain which qualities of ASPECT inform the artwork For example in ROMANTICISM 17905 to 18505 you could choose Goya s ltlt Third anay Spain 1808 gtgt and discuss the political strife Goya portrays in the painting using the Political category from ASPECT as well Goya s Aesthetic approach with its quick bru5h5troke5 that represent a breaking away from the careful style of Neoclassical painters and you could discuss Goya s awareness of the Sociological impact of war all related to ASPECT PS obviously this Goya example is not allowed on the nal Composing this essay will also help you study ASPECT ConfessionalReligious CommemorativeMemorial or CivicPublic Technological From the same list you use for the take home essay study for identifications from the list below Artist s name Title of Work Relative Date Within the decade before or after Artform Architecture Sculpture Painting Fresco Lithograph Photograph Assemblage Collage Style or Period and Country of Origin if listed based on capitalized headings below RENAISSANCE ART 13005 to 15005 Giotto Scrovegni Chapel in Padua Scrovegni 1305 Lamenlalian Perugino Delivery afthe Keys to SaintPeIer 1481 Sistine Chapel fresco Michelangelo David 1501 Michelangelo Sistine Chapel Ceiling c1512 frescos 1amp 536 Last Judgment LATE RENAISSANCE Raphael School afAlhens fresco c 1511 for Julius II Library and Study in the Vatican Titian 1538 V wus ofUrbI39no Ian and Hubert van Eyck GhentAltaipiece closed and open c1432 NOTE FLEMISHNORTHERN RENAISSANCE BAROQUE ART 17005 Caravaggio Calling afSl Matthew Veronese 15991600 Rubens Henry IVReceiving Portrait ofMarie de Medici 1621 Rembrandt The Night Watch 1642 Velazquez Las Meninas Maids of Honor 1656 ROMANTICISM 17905 to 18505 FRENCH ROMANTIC PAIN TINGNEOCLASSICI SM David Death ofMarat 1793 David Napoleon Crossing the SaintBernard 1800 Ingres Large Odalisque 1814 ROMANTIC PAINTlNG Gericault Raft ofthe Medusa 1816 Delacroix Liberty Leading the People 1830 Turner Burning of the House of Lords and Commons Parliament England 1834 Cole The Oxbow USA 1836 Goya Family ofCharles IV Spain 1800 Goya Third ofMay Spain 1808 FRENCH REALISM Corot First Leaves Near Mantes 1855 Millet The Gleaners 1857 FRENCH IMPRESSIONISM Manet 1863 Luncheon on the Grass France PIVOT FROM RF ALI SM TO IMPI FSSTONTSM Manet 1863 Olympia France PIVOT FROM REALISM TO IMPRESSIONISM Monet On the Bank ofthe Seine The River 1868 Pisarro Wooded Landscape 1878 Monet Impression Sunrise 1872 Renoir Moulin de la Galette 1876 Cezanne Mont Sainte Victoire 1885 POSTIMPRESSIONISM Cezanne Still Life with Basket oprples 1894 Father of modern painting Van Gogh Starry Night 1889 born Holland painted in France Plum OrchardHiroshige 1857 vs Van Gogh Flowering Plum Tree 1880s JAPONISME EARLY MODERN ART 190019205 Brancusi Newborn 1915 marble EARLY ABSTRACTION France born Romania Brancusi Magic Bird 1908 marble EARLY ABSTRACTION EARLY EXPRES SIONI SM Derain Mountains at Collioure 1905 France Matisse Joy ofLifeBonheur de Vivre 1905 France Kirchner Street Berlin 1913 Germany Schiele SelfPortrait Nude 1911 Kandinsky Improvisation 28 1912 Picasso Les Demoiselles d Avignon 1907 France Spanish born CUBISMCOLLAGE EARLY ABSTRACTION Picasso Glass and Bottle of Suze 1912 France Spanish born Collage Picasso Mandolin and Clarinet 1913 France Spanish bornAssemblage Delaunay Homage to Bleriot 1914 France ITALIAN F UTURISM 39 CUBISMABSTRACTION nlu P DPT TONTSM Boccioni Unique Forms ofContinuity in Space 1913 Italy RUSSIAN ABSTRACTIONCONSTRUCTIVISM EARLY ABSTRACTION Malevich SuprematistPainting 8 red rectangles 1915 Russia l GARTH 206 QUIZ THREE STUDY LIST OCT 18 Chapter 22 amp 29 Warning This Handout will not be posted on blackboard or handed out Exam Paper will be provided For the examples listed on this list you will be tested in class on your ability to identify and cite signi cance in a few sentences from Stokstad and class notes Using the I feature on MDID is a good idea but these are the facts from the textbook and more accurate Items that are NOT listed here will not appear on the quiz IDENTIFYArtist or Architect s Last Name or specific identifying last name Mof Artwork as listed below Material or Kind of Artwork architecture painting fresco sculpture Approximate Year of Creation or Completion ten years leeway either way Style or Period with County of Origin based on the underlined headings on this list For architecture don t forget to review the plan or footprint if it is shown in the book Significance from class notes Importance reason the artworkbuilding is discussed why the a tw rkbuilding is discussed or the epitome of its kind or the besthighestmost complicated EXPLAIN How the artwork correlates with ASPECT according to class notes one more more of these not all only as they are relevant to the story of the specific artwork sometimes pointed out in Stokstad or in class Aesthetic artistic Sociological Political Economic ConfessionalReligious CommemorativeMemorial CivicPublic Technological All the items below are illustrated in the Stokstad MDID3 lecture slides may include extras which you should ignore STUDY TIP Ifyou memorize recognizing 10 out ofthe 40 examples on the list each day between now and the quiz you ll be in great shape for the identi cations Be sure to connect each one to class notes BAROE QUE ARCHITECTURE Country of Origin listed below Bernini colonnades and oval plaza added to Saint Peter s Vatican Rome 1656 ITALIAN Borromini Church of San Carlo 4 Fountains Rome by Borromini I665 ITALIAN facade plan interior dome Prandtauer and others Benedictine Monastery Melk Austria after 1738 GERMAN Versailles near Paris during Louis XIV the Sun King s reign 16611688 Le Vau Mansart etc FRENCH Hall of Mirors Landscape plan facade 7 know facts from Stokstad about size in land rooms staff FRENCH BARO UE PAINTING La Tour Mary Magdalene with the Smoking Flame I640 Caravaggiste Rigaud Louis XIV I701 ITALIAN BARO UE FRESCOS Cortona Glori cation of Papacy I632 Gaulli Triumph ofName ofJesus Fall ofthe Damned 167285 13 years ITALIAN BARO UE PAINTING Caravaggio Calling of St Matthew Veronese 15991600 Conversion ofSt Peter Rome 1601 SPANISH BARO UE PAINTING Zurbaran Saint Serapion I628 Caravaggistes Velazquez Las Meninas Maids of Honor I656 ITALIAN BAROQUE SCULPTURE Bernini David 1623 St Teresa in Ecstasy Cornaro Chapel 1652 Baldacchino at St Peter sVatican 1633 over tomb of St Peter and throne of St Peter GARTH 206 Quiz Three Study Guide IDENTIFY Artist or Architect s Last Name or specific identifying last name Mof Artwork as listed below Material or Kind of Artwork architecture painting fresco sculpture Approximate Year of Creation or Completion ten years leeway either way Style or Period with County of Origin based on the underlined headings on this list For architecture don t forget to review the plan or footprint if it is shown in the book Significance from class notes Importance reason the artworkbuilding is discussed why the artworkbuilding is discussed or the epitome of its kind or the besthighestmost complicated BARO UE ARCHITECTURE Count of Ori in listed below Bernini colonnades and oval plaza added to Saint Peter s Vatican Rome 1656 ITALIAN Borromini Church of San Carlo 4 Fountains Rome by Borromini 1665 ITALIAN facade plan interior dome Prandtauer and others Benedictine Monastery Melk Austria after 1738 GERMAN Versailles near Paris during Louis XIV the Sun King s reign 1661 1 688 Le Vau Mansart etc FRENCH Hall of 1Iirrors Landscape plan facade 7 know facts from Stokstad about size in land rooms staff FRENCH BAROE QUE PAlN TIN G La Tour Mary Magdalene with the Smoking Flame 1640 Caravaggiste Rigaud Louis XIV 1701 ITALIANBARO UE FRESCOS Cortona Glori cation ofPapacy 1632 Gaulli Triumph ofName ofJesus Fall ofthe Damned 167285 13 years ITALIAN BARO UE PAINTING Caravaggio Calling of St Matthew Veronese 15991600 Conversion ofSt Peter Rome 1601 SPANISH BARO UE PAINTING Zurbaran Saint Serapion 1628 Caravaggistes Velazquez Las Meninas Maids of Honor 1656 ITALIAN BAROE QUE SCULPTURE Bernini David 1623 St Teresa in Ecstasy Cornaro Chapel 1652 Baldacchino at St Peter sVatican 1633 over tomb of St Peter and throne of St Peter DUTCH BAROE QUE PAINTING Rembrandt The Night Watch 1642 Anatomy Lesson 1632 Three Crosses Drypoint stages or states 1653 Vermeer Woman Holding a Balance 16 4 Leyster SelfPortrait 1635 Hals O icers ofHaarlem Militia 1627 Vermeer View ofDelft 1662 camera oscura as a tool Ruisdael View ofHaarlem 1670 GOLDEN AGE OF DUTCH BAROOU39F PATNTTNGgt STILL LIFE genre VANITAS tradition
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