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Art History II: Exam 3 Week 2

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Art History II: Exam 3 Week 2 ART 1023

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Includes notes from second week of Exam 3 material.
History of Art 2
Benjamin Harvey
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Date Created: 03/28/16
03/21/16 Rembrandt van Rijn Self­Portrait with Saskia 1636 Etching  Double portrait of married couple Rembrandt The Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq (The Night Watch) 1642 Oil on Canvas  Shows the “defensive” musketeer group protecting Amsterdam, the people have become more of a  social group 03/23/16 Vermeer Allegory of the Art of Painting 1666­69 Oil on canvas  Woman represents Clio (the muse of history)  Self reflective painting (not necessarily Vermeer in the painting though)  Alluding to history painting in the genre painting (painting focused on everyday life) o Genre painting is seen as less important/serious than history painting or portraiture   Map of the New Republic of Holland (where this was painted) from the 18  century (when this was  painted) Rubens: heavy influence on the Rococo movement (Rubenists) Poussin: heavy influence on the Neo­Classical (Poussinists) Watteau Return from Cythera / Pilgrimage to Cythera 1717 Oil on canvas  Fête Galante genre: landscape with figures wearing more stylish/fancy clothing o Genre created specifically to describe Watteau’s painting style  Painterly almost abstract landscape elements with more detail in the figures  Statue of Venus on the right side with roses adorning it  Carving of a siren on the front of the boat to the left (sirens are the daughters of Venus) o Also shows the good and bad aspects of love Fragonard The Swing 1766 Oil on canvas  Similar characteristics to the previous work o Landscape o Fancier dress o Statues


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