2.6.07 - 2/6/07 Exam #1 Tuesday 13, 2007 10 individual...

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Exam #1 Tuesday 13, 2007 10 individual slides, 2 multiple choice ?s on each 5 slides comparisons, 2 multiple choice ?s on each 2 slide comparisons, 10 written answers for each comparison 10 definitions Baroque art Spain and the Dutch Republic The Dutch republic, the provinces, Holland, the Netherlands Velazquez, Las Meninas, 1656, oil on canvas - court painter for Philip the IV, King of Spain and Portugal - Staunchly Catholic - Wars with Holland, England, and France - Want to militarily keep the Catholic church in power - Social mobility, you social status can be raised through your art. - Margareta is the center of the painting. She was King Philip IV’s daughter. The girls around here are her entourage. - A much more painterly feel, or loose. - Need to stand away to get a cohere. - Very much admired for this brushstroke. His use of light by a use of blobs of light. Representing light through paint. - A portrait that is almost a genre painting. A moment in time. - Not only of the princess, but see her in her daily life. - Skews the painting away from just the princess, but painting a moment. - There is a self portrait of Velazquez. - An elaborate allegory about purity. Could be read on a symbolic level. - In the mirror in the background there is a reflection of Philip and his second wife. -
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2.6.07 - 2/6/07 Exam #1 Tuesday 13, 2007 10 individual...

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