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Art History II Spring 2008 Associate Professor Roberta Weston Image Identification List for Second Exam: Chapters 16-18 Slide List: know the following images: Artist, Title, Date, Artist's country, Style, Medium . (Slide ids worth 2 points each: 1/2 point for each element named with a potential for extra credit. Any combination of elements is acceptable). Northern High Renaissance (Style) 16.3 Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights , triptych, c. 1510-15. Oil on wood. Artist from Netherlands. 16.9. Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Peasant Dance , c. 1567. Oil on Wood. Artist from Netherlands. 16.12 Albrecht Dürer, Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse , c. 1497-1498. Woodcut. German. 16.13. Durer, Melancholia ,. 1514. Engraving. German. 16.14 Matthias Grünewald. The Isenheim Altarpiece , closed. 1510-1515. Oil on panel. German Baroque 17.4. Borromini, San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane (San Carlo of the Four Fountains), 1665, Italian Baroque. 17.21 Bernini. Ecstasy of St. Theresa . Cornaro Chapel, Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome, 1644. Italian Baroque. 17.25. Giovanni Battista Gaulli, Triumph of the Name of Jesus . Ceiling fresco with stucco figures on the vault of the Church of Il Gesu, Rome. Italian Baroque. 17.29. Caravaggio, Conversion of St. Paul . Rome, 1601. Oil on canvas. Italian Baroque. 17.34 Peter Paul Rubens, Raising of the Cross, now in Antwerp Cathedral. 1609. Oil on wood. Flemish Baroque. 17.38. Rembrandt, Night Watch (Militia Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq) . 1642. Oil on canvas. Dutch Baroque (group portrait). 17.47. Jan Vermeer, Geographer , c. 1668. Oil on canvas. Dutch Baroque. 17.56. Velazquez, Las Meninas , 1656. Oil on canvas. Spanish Baroque. 17.59. Poussin, Assumption of the Virgin , 1628. French Baroque Classicism (Grand Manner). Oil on canvas. 17.14. Hardouin-Mansart and Le Brun. Galerie des Glaces (Hall of Mirrors) , Versailles Palace, c. 1680. French Baroque Classicism. 18 th Century 18.2. Boffrand, Salon de la Princesse, Hotel de Soubise, Paris, c. 1740. French Rococo. 18.3. Joseph Wright, An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump , 1768. English naturalism (influence of the Enlightenment and scientific empiricism). 18.7. Fragonard, The Swing , 1766. Oil on canvas. French Rococo. 18.12. Hogarth, Breakfast Scene from Marriage a la Mode , 1745. English satirical naturalism. (Engraving after painting). 18.20. Richard Boyle, Chiswick House. 1725. English Neo-Classicism/Palladian style. 18.23. Walpole, Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, near London, 1749-1777. English Gothic revival. 1
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Art History II Spring 2008 Roberta Weston Study Guide for Second Exam: Chapters 16-18 Test will be before Spring Break Test will consist of multiple choice questions that assess knowledge of vocabulary terms, concepts, artistic styles, important names of artists and historical figures, events, and important examples of art and architecture as outlined on the study guide. Be prepared to connect artists and artwork to their styles, regions, and religious and political contexts (in relation to the Reformation and Counter-Reformation, for instance, or to monarchies or academies of art).
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