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by: Sarina Soligo

Baroque/Rococo/Neo-Classicism ART-HIST 110 - 0001

Sarina Soligo
Introduction to the History of Art: Pyramids to Picasso
Poppy Di Candeloro

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Introduction to the History of Art: Pyramids to Picasso
Poppy Di Candeloro
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarina Soligo on Wednesday October 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ART-HIST 110 - 0001 at University of Missouri - Kansas City taught by Poppy Di Candeloro in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 39 views. For similar materials see Introduction to the History of Art: Pyramids to Picasso in Art History at University of Missouri - Kansas City.


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Date Created: 10/28/15
Wed 1028 works of art need to know for test Baroque Characteristics 0 Action movement serpentine pose 0 Extreme lightdark juxtaposition Physical form of the body Theatrical and dramatic o No nude bodies Accentuates emotion Diagonalspirals create movement 0 Used in sculpture and painting Italian Baroque Bernini The Ecstasy of St Theresa Carvaggio was an artist of the people models were brought in off the street Spanish Baroque Velasquez La Meninas 1656 Baroque Painting in the Netherlands Rembrandt Night Watch 1642 actually a daylight seen just dirty lightdark contrast 3 welllit figures lots of movement busy action Rembrandt Self Portrait 1658 att To detail in facehands showing age with wrinkles and sagging skin 0 rich color lightdark contrast 0 used local and broken color Jan Vermeer o well known for very small paintings mastered detail of objects in small spaces 0 same elements used in all paintings table w pattern cloth light source mappainting in background accused of using camera obscura deviceboxed used to help pain objects on the outside like tracing Jan Vermeer Woman Holding a Balance 1664 0 so clear it looks like a photograph o lightdark movement of balance 0 weighing of her jewels table light painting in background 0 figure is absorbed in the moment Rococo reaction to Baroque playfullively pastel colors dainty figures natureromance Germain Boffrand Salon de la Princess love scenespaintings cherubsornaments pastels lots of light crystal chandeliers gold flourishes JeanHonore Fragonard The Happy Accidents of the Swing 1767 acute att To detail delicate romancenature NeoClassicism heroic nudity focus on patriotism courage David Oath of the Horatii Brothers 1785 history painting loose ancient Roman history invents his own moments to paint arches columns static figures


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