INTR TO FINE ARTS
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Lecture 14 Jacques Louis David The Oath of the Horatii 1784 oil ocanvas Jacques Louis David The Lictors Returning to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons 1789 oil ocanvas Jacques Louis David The Death ofMarat 1793 oil ocanvas Jean Germain Drouais Marius at Minturnae 1786 oil ocanvas Anne Louis Girodet Trioson The Sleep of Endymion 1791 oil ocanvas Anne Louis Girodet Trioson Jean Baptiste Belley 1797 oil ocanvas Lecture 15 Pt 1 JacquesLouis David Napoleon at the Saint Bernard Pass 1800 oil oca nvas JacquesLouis David The Coronation of Napoleon 18051808 oil ocanvas AntoineJean Gros Napoleon in the Pesthouse ofJaffa 1804 oil ocanvas Th odore G ricault The Charging Chasseur 1812 oil ocanvas Th odore G ricault The Wounded Cuirassier 1814 oil ocanvas Th odore G ricault Raft of the Medusa 18181819 oil ocanvas Eugene Delacroix Death ofSardanapalus 1826 oil ocanvas Eugene Delacroix Women ofAlgiers 1834 oil ocanvas Eugene Delacroix Liberty Leading the People 1830 oil oca nvas AntoineLouis Barye Jaguar Devouring a Hare 18501851 bronze John Constable The Haywain 1821 oil ocanvas Caspar David Friedrich Abbey in the Oak Forest 1810 oil ocanvas Joseph Mallord Turner Rain Steam and Speed The Great Western Railway 1844 oil ocanvas Lecture 15 Pt 2 Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres Napoleon on the Imperial Throne 1806 oil ocanvas Marie Rosalie Rosa Bonheur The Horse Fair 1853 1855 oil ocanvas Jean L on G r me The Cock Fight oil ocanvas 1846 Charles Garnier The Opera Paris 1861 1874 Gustave Courbet The Stone Breakers 1849 oil ocanvas Jean Francois Millet The Gleaners 1857 oil ocanvas Honor Daumier The Third Class Carriage c 1862 oil ocanvas Henri Labrouste Facade of the Bibliotheque Sainte Genevieve Paris 1843 1850 Edouard Manet Le De39jeuner sur l herbe Luncheon in the Grass 1863 oil on canvas Edouard Manet Olympia 1863 oil ocanvas Claude Monet Saint Lazare Train Station 1877 oil ocanvas Gustave Caillebotte Paris A Rainy Day 1877 oil ocanvas Edgar Degas Ballet Rehearsal 1874 oil ocanvas Pierre Auguste Renoir Luncheon of the Boating Party 1881 oil ocanvas Georges Seurat A Sunday on La Grande Jatte 1884 1886 oil ocanvas Paul Gauguin The Vision after the Sermon or Jacob Wrestling with the Angel 1888 oil ocanvas Paul Gauguin Where do we comefrom What are we Where are we going 1897 oil ocanvas Vincent Van Gogh The Night Cafe 1888 oil ocanvas Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night 1889 oil ocanvas Paul C zanne The Bay at L Estaque c1886 oil ocanvas Lecture 16 Henri Matisse Joy ofLife Bonheur de vivre 19051906 0 ocanvas Andr Derain Westminster Bridge 1906 oil ocanvas ErnstLudwig Kirchner Street Berlin 1913 oil ocanvas Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Self Portrait as a Soldier 1915 oil ocanvas Emil Nolde Saint Mary ongypt among Sinners 1912 panel on a triptych oi ocanvas Wassily Kandinsky Near Murnau with Locomotive 1909 oil oboard Wassily Kandinsky Improvisation 1910 watercolor Franz Marc Blue Horses 1911 oil ocanvas Pablo Picasso La Vie 1903 oil ocanvas Pablo Picasso Family ofSaltimbanques 1905 oil ocanvas Pablo Picasso Les Demoiselles d Avignon 1907 oil oca nvas Pablo Picasso Ma Jolie 19111912 0 ocanvas Georges Braque The Portugese 1911 oil ocanvas Pablo Picasso Still Life with Chair Caning 1912 oil and oicoth on canvas Pablo Picasso Bottle ofSuze pasted papers gouache charcoal on paper 1912 Pablo Picasso Seated Bather 1930 oil ocanvas Pablo Picasso Guernica 1937 oil ocanvas Robert Delaunay Champs de Mars of The Red Tower 1911 oil oca nvas Fernand L ger The City 1919 oil ocanvas Aleksandr Archipenko Woman Combing Her Introduction to Fine Arts Datius A Spieth A History Program LSU School ofArt The French Revolution 1789 l Intellectual background Enlightenment thought I All humans born with equal rights I Triggered by a nancial crisis of French government under Louis XVI reason nancial and material support for the American War of Independence I May 1789 Estates General are called in to resolve nancial crisis I WW elm c 05 gtll3mtua I Secmd Esau nobility c 1 popnhtion gtll3 was I Third Esme Everybody else gt1l3 votes I Estates Gwen hstmunhlednmthanahmdrcd W380 I ThirdEsmte roseinpmnestovuineqm tyofvomdeclued itselftheNa oml Assembly I Tennis court oath delivered mjunc 201789 not to dist until a m m mis drafted I Three ofthe Fiench I Modem Phase 1789 toij 1793 SW ofthe Bastille to executinn of king 1m XVI I August 1793gtMomrchy abolished Republic declared A A g any 1793 tojuly 1794 Guillotining of XVI m Guillot m mg of Robapime I Another moderate phase n mjuly 1794 unu l 1799gtNapoleltm Bonaparte cm to power Enduring Values of the French Revolution 1789 Freedom of opinion Declaration of Human Rights Protection from arbitrary arrest Equality before the Law Merit and skills not privileges de ne one s station in life Republican political order basis for Western democracies l Separation of religion from the State I Dif cult legacy thousands of innocents guillotined start of a series of wars that continued to de ne world politics into the 20th century massive bloodshed The French Revolution 1789 l Central gure of the European art world Neo classical painter JacquesLouis David I Artist and politician close to Robespierre s inner circle voted for the death of Louis XVI approved by margin of 1 vote regicide king s killer l Paintings celebrated virtues of self sacri ce idealism Republican virtues I Means Neoclassical style The Roots of Neoclassicism New insights into daily life in Ancient Rome by means of excavations of Pompeii and Herculaneum in Southern Italy since 1750 Ongoing support of French Academy for the promotion of morally uplifting history painting Writings of German Art Historian Iohann Heinrich Winckelmann Appeal for David and his students Themes from Classical Antiquity can be used to criticize contemporary political conditions in France hint at the possibility for a new Republican political order David Neoclassicism Jacques Louis David 1796 0de offye Hamfz39z39 1784 Oil 0 canvas I Painted ve years before K the French Revolution I Style moral message to the liking of the French Academy I Perfect example for revival of history 1gainting David Neoclassicism I Story from ancient Rome after a play by 17thcenng French plamright Pierre Corneille morally uplifting I Horatii triplets champions of Rome about to go to ght triplets from the neighboring Alba the Curatii not pictured I Curatii cousins of the Horatii David Neoclassicism I Here Horatii triplets pledge to their father to triumph or die for Republican m I Moral dilemma Horatiit s sister Camille far right married to one of the Curatii triplets I Youngest Horatii married to a sister of the Curatii David Neoclassicism I Fundamental question of the picture What has priority I Allegiance to the state or allegiance to one s family I David s answer the State I Spatial Separation male vs female realm I Women s group emotional resp onse illuminated I Men s group heroic self sacri ce shadow David Neoclassicism Jacques Louis David 1796 Litton Returning 2 0 BMW 2796 B00965 osz39s 50m 1789 oil 0 canvas I Painted and exhibited in the year of the French Revolution I Another story from early Republican Rorne David Neoclassicism I Message even more brutally uncompromising I Iunius Brutus founder of Roman Republic I Receives corpses of his two sons beheaded by his own order I Brutus decreed law that anybody Who conspired to overthrow Rome s Republican order be beheaded David Neoclassicism l Brutus s sons conspire to re establish monarchy I Ties with monarchist party from mother s side I Aftermath of sons execution depicted l Foreground Brutus background corpses of sons are brought back home I Moral dilemma I What comes first Family ties or the Law principles the State etc David Neoclassicism I Compositional divide Male vs female realm shadow vs light I Emotionalism on female side I Mother calling out I Nursemaid covering face introspective mourning
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