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Humn 1020, Feb. 9 - Great international traders Amsterdam...

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19-65 Hyacinth Riguad, Louis XIV, 1701. Oil on Canvas. The Longest reign for 54 years! He was compared to Apollo the God of Sun. What is the purpose of this portrait? Art of spectacle Wearing Canopy, (Cloth of Honor): Visible in chiristianogrophy : Symbolize the holiness of the person. The kind is dressed in a robe of state, cape like cloth, made of velvet. Sword and Chrolengoue. Red-heeled shoe, in which he gets height. His body position (slightly turned), distasteful stand. Palace of Versailles of King Louis: Seat of French nobility 5000 lived in it with 14000 servants. 19-69 Hardouin-Mansart and Le Brun, Galerie des Glaces (Hall of Mirrors), Palace of Versailles, 1680. Ceiling design inspired by Karachi. The Dutch Republic: Was created in the late 16 th century. Where the power … not of a monarch, not of a pope…. But in the hand of the middle class! They were
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Unformatted text preview: Great international traders. Amsterdam has the highest income in the 17 th century. Financial center of the continent in the 17 th century. Protestant populated the people. Very educated people (middle class), also were Calvinists (a protestant type). Portiture , landscape, jandra, all became very popular. The most famous artist: Rembrandt Van Rijn (1601-1669): busy studio with a huge workshop and lots of students. Because of the fact that he had many students: its difficult to identify his works. 19-45 Rembrandt Van Rijn, The company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq (The night Watch), 1642, Oil on canvas, 11’ x 14’ It is a portrait, where there is movement. Upsets the conventions of what a portrait should look like. 19-49 Judith Leyster, Self-portrait, ca. 1630, Oil on Canvas. Holding paint brush and palette, while painting....
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