Art 152 17 March 2008

Art 152 17 March 2008 - Art 152 17 March 2008 Eighteenth...

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Art 152 17 March 2008 Eighteenth Century: Romanticism History o Karl Marx & Frederich Engels – Communist Manifesto - overthrow of bourgeoisie by proletariat for a classless society o Seneca Falls, NY – Women’s Rights Conference Lucrecha Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton (mentored Susan B. Anthony) Women education, vote, property, etc. o Patronage no longer dominated by church/crown, but by nation states and collectors o Large annual exhibitions “salons” – best way to be seen and attract buyers o Ecole des Beaux Arts – training program and apprenticeship Classes with everyone Choose atelier – like an apprentice o Historical and religious painting still dominate Jacques-Louis David, Napoleon Crossing the Saint-Bernard, 1800-1801, oil on canvas, France o Leading troops across the Alps o On a horse (he really crossed on a donkey) o He’s looking at us to cross with him o Inscriptions at the bottom with Hannibal and Charlemagne (New HRE connected with first HRE) o Smooth surface, small brushstrokes, subdued colors, dramatic composition
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