Renaissance- Art Slides 51-55 notes

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Name/title/location The Family of Charles IV Artist/architect Francisco Goya Medium/method Oil on canvas Period/style Romanticism Significance Court Painter Commissioned Undermines traditional premise by exposing humanness,  ordinariness Reminiscent of Velazquez's  The Maids of Honor –  Queen  strikes same pose as the princess Looking at mirror, Goya standing behind them, painting  their reflections Sitters appear awkward, even lonely or afraid Each is presented as an individual Exposed the good and the bad Name/title/location The Third of May 1808 Artist/architect Francisco Goya Medium/method Oil on canvas Period/style Romanticism Significance Portraits < history paintings Made more important due to size Very novel – history of contemporary events (6 years after) Night picture signifying tragedy View – side of the French facing victims, implicates  viewers
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  • Spring '14
  • Wallace
  • Joseph Mallord William, Francisco Goya, Mallord William Turner

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