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Exam_2___201b.pdf Art civilization 201

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Exam #2 Study Guide (Bring #2 pencil & Scantron 882-E) Know all terms in handouts and the selected images listed below * = images are available in the PowerPoint posted in Blackboard Themes Patronage: Renaissance Europe Know: Michael Baxandall article, including: o Motivations for commissioning art - To show their civic allegiance to the country - To commemorate themselves (self advertisement) - For the enjoyment of looking at a good painting - Spending money - For the glory of god - To own that piece o How does taste change over time in Europe? How is that reflected in Renaissance & Baroque art? o The taste changes from stoic bravado to high contrast to focusing on movement. They changed their art style to differentiate from the new rich in Italy. Ultramarine blue: a rich saturated colors made from imported stones (often the colors of Mary’s robe) German blue: Carbonated copper its unstable especially in Frescos and likely to fade Images: • *Gentile da Fabriano, Adoration of the Magi, StrozziAltarpiece, Tempera on panel, 1423 • Leonardo da Vinci, Virgin and St. Anne with the Christ Child and the Young John the Baptist. c.1500. Charcoal and paper (p. 664) • • Hugo van der Goes, Portinari Altarpiece (central panel). c. 1476, Oil on panel (p. 609) Ghirlandaio, Santa Trinita Adoration of the Shepherds, altar wall, lowers register. Florence, Sassetti Chapel 1485 (p. 649) Ajanta, India Who were the patrons discussed in lecture? Varahadeva -cave 16 Upendra Gupta comissioned 17-20 Chaitya hall local king Cave 19 commissioned from local king risking made the temple for good karma to pass good karma into his dead brothers soul. Created caves 17-20 What were their motivations for commissioning art? What do images of the Buddha in monastic caves tell us about how monks perceived these images? Depicts buddha in the room praying with them everyday as though he were one of them as well. • *Cave 19 Chaitya Hall • *Cave 1 Mahajanaka Jatakas • *Cave 1 Sculpture of the Buddha Akbar (Mughal ruler, India) and Louis XIV (King, France) AKBAR: Architecture: Fatehpur Sikri, 1534-74 • Burland Darwaza (“Gate of Victory” or “Lofty Gate”) (p. 818) • * throne of the Diwan-I Khas (“PublicAudience Hall”) • *tomb of Shaikh Salim Chisti (who was he and why is he important?) Painting: • Akbar inspecting the contruction of Fatehpur Sikri, from the Akbarnama, c. 1590 (p.819) • *Akbar Restrains the Elephant Hawai, from the Akbarnama of Abul Fazl, Mughal Period (Akbar’s reign), 1590 LOUIS XIV: Architecture: Palais de Versailles, Versailles, France. 1668-85 (pp. 794-96) Plan, Gardens, Fountain, Hall of Mirrors Louis Le Vau Jules Hardouin-Mansart André Le Nôtre Charles Le Brun Painting: Hyacinthe Rigaud Louis XIV, 1701 (p. 742) *Motecuhzoma and theAztec Calendar Stone Know: terms, calendrical concepts and suns (or ages), glyphs 1 Flint, 13 Reed, and Motecuhzoma’s name glyph significance and messages conveyed in theAztec Calendar Stone motivation for commissioning Calendar Stone Architecture: Development of the Church plan in Renaissance Italy (know façade, plan, style, contribution, Council of Trent) Leon BattistaAlberti Church of Sant’Andrea, Mantua Donato Bramante Tempietto, Church of San Pietro in Montoro, Rome St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome (know the contributions of Bramante, Michelangelo, Maderno, Bernini) Palladio Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice Giacomo da Vignola and Giacomo della Porta Church of Il Gesù, Rome Francesco Borromini, Church of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane Funerary architecture of Mughal India know allegorical meaning (hidden symbolism) & the two scholars’ interpretations Taj Mahal, *plan of Taj Mahal (1632-48) Cenotaph Pietra dura Shah Jahan Mumtaz Mahal Wayne Begley Ebba Koch Architecture andAstronomy at Chaco Canyon: understand layout, petroglyphs Know basic astronomy Pueblo Bonito (c. 830-1250 C.E.), (p. 416) *Fajada Butte Sun Dagger (understand how it functioned) Sacred landscape, sacred architecture and Inka engineering (fifteenth century) Machu Picchu (p. 879) Know: how the Inka perceived and valued stone


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