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ARTH237 Lecture10

ARTH237 Lecture10 - October1,2009 Gericault Realityaffect...

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October 1, 2009 Monday midterm exam will go up Gericault Reality affect Simulation of the real o Becomes a way to understand the whole visual culture About visual immersion- panoramas Capitols of the world Wars Exotic terrain Ability to see it has a whole o Omniscient view Imagine you are there Paris Panoramas First built in 1799 Bould de Capucines 1800 and 1801 on Boul Monmartre Prevost , Panorama of Paris o Could be seen in Paris Panorama of Lyon Panorama of Amsterdam, London, Rome, and Naples 1808 Panorama- Boul de Capucines
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October 1, 2009 1839- Langois’s rotunda in the Champs-Elysees o Hittorff- designer o Very elegant  o Roof Original panorama built around a pole Roof designed so the pole can be eliminated o Fire in Moscow- first panorama- view from the roof of the Kremlin      o Destroyed in 1855 All are built very close to a boulevard o Like cafes and passage Boulevards Old Boulevard System o 1676- Louis XIV orders that the ramparts of Charles V be raised to create a tree lined avenue takes 12 years o  Prestigious Cafes and luxury shopping Tortoni- caf é o Starts at Place Madelaine going east to the Bastille o  Wide, Tree lined o Sidewalks o Fine Carriages
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