Final Review

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List of Images for the Final Exam Images on Blackboard are marked with ** 5 slide comparisons- extra time at end to go back to essays if you want to write more. Need to know artists first and last names Peter Paul Rubens, Arrival of Marie de Medici , c. 1620 ** Diplomacy- marriage between Italy and France Rembrandt, The Night Watch , 1642 Dranatic use of light Representation of Dutch pride- their defending the city- Dutch republic Johannes Vermeer, The Letter Reader , c. 1657 ** Genre painting Optical effects- interest in science and lenses Dutch republic center of international trade- shows in textiles and tactile nature Naturalistic, sense of depth The Hall of Mirrors, Versailles, c. 1680 ** Technology- mirrors new invention at the time
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Incredibel use of mirrors that reflect light- Louis calls himself the sun king- mirrors are a representation of this idea Versailles- series of rooms, each getting more and more spectacular Interior of the Burgerzaal, Amsterdam Town Hall, c. 1640 ** Room for all citizens- center room Jean-Honoré Fragonard, The Swing , 1767 Patronage- meant for the private patron Interset in light effects and sensation- pulleys on swings physics Created for a market- new type of composition for private market Thomas Gainsborough, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews , c. 1750 Difference between The Swing , it is cultivated, proper Emerging culture of politeness and representing yourself in a gentile way Portrait- major form of art in Britain in 18 th century The Park at Stourhead, 1743 Artificially created- not a natural landscape Expression of wealth- concept of enclosure and closing off formerly public land and making them private gardens around someone’s house
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Use of classical imagery and architecture (temple and bridge)- sign of British liberty and democracy- political expression Louis-François Roubiliac, Handel Statue from Vauxhall Gardens , 1738 ** Located in a public garden space for leisure and entertainment where all classes would make This is a sculpture of an artists- not a king, queen, etc. William Hogarth, The Conquest of Mexico (The Conduitt Family)
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