10-5-07 - BRING A BLUEBOOK TO THE EXAM Caravaggio Draw on...

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BRING A BLUEBOOK TO THE EXAM Caravaggio Draw on the Northern style of lustro Lume/lustro division collapsing Isn’t interested in idealizing Composition organized so that it falls into our space Drama of the extended space Bernini Desire for unity a part of the counter-reformation Church’s arms welcoming the devout Oval shape significant for the Baroque o Likes irregular squashed shapes in architecture Renaissance like circles, spheres, and squares o A sense of perfection No longer contrapasto, body is now like a corkscrew and ready to unleash power of sling Rewards viewership from multiple angles Cardinal who commissioned it becomes an art collector Conquest of goliath wasn’t inevitable, figures in the past had a difficult time too, they are like us Makes us spend time with the work Duration is part of the theatricality of counter-reformation art David bites his lip, concentrates on the physicality of defeating Goliath, rather
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2008 for the course HISTORY 11 taught by Professor Muller during the Fall '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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