Unformatted text preview: V. Realism in the Visual Arts 1. Goya, “The Family of Charles IV” (1101): plain, unflattering portayal of the royal family. Unimpressive? 2. Goya, “Saturn Devouring His Children” (1102): the abuse of power by nobility? The brutality of civilization? 3. Daumier, “The Third-Class Carriage” (1135) lower-class railway transit. No window glass, unpadded seats = unfair treatment of poor? 4. Manet, “Olympia” (1165): a courtesan used in classical pose. Use of white sheets as irony to condemn upper class imorality. Black servant as criticism of class inequalities? C/c Titian, “Venus of Urbino”...
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2008 for the course HUM 2230 taught by Professor Jordan during the Summer '08 term at University of Central Florida.
- Summer '08
- The Awakening, Henrik Ibsen, Goya, Bolesław Prus, Old Curiosity Shop, hellish factory towns, oppressive living conditions