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WorksheetCrow, “Patriotism and Virtue”Simplified Chronology:What major political event (relevant to our class) occurred in France in each of these years?1789179418041814Briefly explain who or what is:1) Salon exhibition?2) Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette?3) history painting?(This is an important one!Please explain as fully as possible!)4) In your own words, what does Crow mean by the words "patriotism" and "virtue"?5) How would you explain the major innovation in Classicism introduced by David in the 1780s?6) How does Classicism change in the 1790s, particularly following the Revolution (after 1794)?Name the artists who were responsible for this transformation.
7) What do paintings (with women in them) by David, Vigée-Lebrun, and Labille-Guillardsuggest about women's role in French society (the “public sphere”) around the time of the FrenchRevolution?8) How do paintings of the idealized male nude express pro-revolutionary values?Name all thepertinent images we've had so far in class.Name three works of art from each of the following periods covered in “Patriotism and Virtue”:I. Pre-Revolutionary France (1780s)II. Revolution and TerrorIII. Directory (1794-99)IV. Napoleon's Rule (as Consul, then Emperor)
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Fall
Professor
PatriciaBoyer
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French Revolution, Marie Antoinette, Louis XVI of France, Louis XVIII of France, major political event, I Pre Revolutionary France

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