ARTH237 Lecture19&20&21

ARTH237 Lecture19&20&21 - ARTH2372...

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ARTH 2372 November 19, 24 December 1 More paintings responding to the Commune o Monet, Tuileries Gardens, 1876 Monet’s vision of the building still stands as a solid structure Only when extremely scrutinized can one see the damage Shoves ruins aside and celebrates o Monet, Parc Monceau, 1876 No trace on surface pointing to communards Site in northern part of city is a notorious burial ground of shallow graves Winter after revealed hundreds of the graves o Serving up the metropolis reborn, the site of bombing consigned to the side New Urban Experience   New Building Techniques   Cast iron, and some times glass o Three Crucial Stops Pont des Art Passages Department Store o Universal Exhibitions Battle for preeminence after Prussian War First world fair took place in London, Crystal Palace Exhibition Standardized building modules Protected from the elements Vocabulary from medieval cathedrals (“nave”) Taxonomic Display – Identification and Classification Objects are classified, but nations as well o American Exhibition at Crystal Palace Gas Lamps – industrial art Piano The Greek Slave – high art Range of cultural products o Inexpensive black and white engravings produced for those cannot attend o Personified by different kinds of people and clothing
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