WESTERN ART II notes transcribed - 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2...

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 Western Art II Overview 3 Northern Renaissance 11 Italian Renaissance 19 High and Late Italian Renaissance 29 Renaissance Art in Germany, France, and Flanders 33 Baroque Art in Italy 34 Baroque Art in Spain and France 38 Dutch Baroque 43 Rococo 47 Goya and Turner 51 Neo-Classicism and Romanticism 55 Realism 60 Impressionism 67 Post-Impressionism 73 Modern 81 Post 1945 Essays 83 Painters and Their Clients 86 Mary Magdalene with a Smoking Flame, Georges de la Tour 89 Intérieur (Le Viol), Edgar Degas 1
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WESTERN ART II OVERVIEW 1/28/14 Juan Sanchez Cotan : Spanish Baroque painter - famous for his still lifes - also made religious paintings Northern Renaissance - Jan Van Eyck: set the bar so high that he didn’t actually have much of an influence on Northern Renaissance ( Arnolfini Wedding) - 6 Tapestries: “To My Soul Desire” is one, other 5 are allegories of the senses believed to be woven in Belgium, collected by a French connoisseur, in the Cloomey museum in Paris - Hieronymous Bosch: Garden of Earthly Delights (German title: Garden of Lust ) Late Northern Renaissance - Peter Breugel Italian Renaissance - Donatello, Botticelli, Giberti - Botticelli’s Birth of Venus - Leonardo DaVinci: brilliant draftsman and inventor Mannerism - Solini: Percius Slaying Medusa influenced by Donatello and Michelangelo - Bronzino Venus and Cupid Baroque - Bernini’s David - Caravaggio: influenced art in a huge way o uses tenebrism, intense form of chiaroscuro (using dramatic lighting) o his tenebristic palette sweeps all over Europe, picked up by Vermeer o had a team of actors for posing - Velasquez: Las Meninas about the art of painting (in the Prado in Madrid) - Dutch Baroque Rembrandt’s etchings o Brilliant printmaker o Experimental approach to printmaking - Charles Marion, James Melwhistle, Rembrandt: 3 greatest etchers Rococo - Watteau Pilgrimage from Cithera all about the meaning of life Neo-Classical (subset of Romanticism) late 18 th , early 19 th century Romanticism - Francisco Goya: brilliant painter and printmaker (etching) o The Third of May, 1808 : took him 6 years from that day to start the painting (needed time to process the events) Realism 2
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- Goustav Corbet: something of a revolutionary (politically and artistically) o Liked dogs - start of photography (mid 19 th century) Impressionism (subset of realism) - Maria (?) : painter, sculptor, writer, musician Post-Impressionism - Cezanne - Van Gogh Fauvism - Matisse Cubism Picasso Dada Duchamp - art was transformed irrevocably by the Dada period American Realism - Edward Hopper Nighthawks Abstract Expressionism - Jackson Pollock - William de Koonig Woman Color Field Painting - Rothko Pop - Warhol: photo of Warhol after he was shot in his factory Minimalism - Donald Judd Feminist Art - The Dinner Party Judy Chicago Installation Jean Claude and Christo Earthworks - Lightning Field - Spiral Jetty Post-Modernism - One Day This Kid Will Get Larger - Chris Ofeely Madonna
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