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Intro Art history - I n t ro Art history 7.13 I taly...

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Unformatted text preview: I n t ro Art history 7.13 I taly Francesco Borromini - Rival to Bernini - New and fantastic, imaginative 17th architecture - S. Carlo built in small land, but had all the amenities and facilities needed for monk facade - all organic concave, convex serpentine building didn’t follow the classical ru les (Doric, ionic, Corinthian) Dome – innovative. S pain - Most powerful monarch - Commissions mainly religious pieces, formal port rait, upper class Diego Velazquez - Conscious of status as a painter In f luenced by I talian artists (status of an artist) Linear perspective, study on light, - Las meninas (Maids of Honor) Most mature work in its fullest sense as a painting and its subjects Peter Paul Rubens - The raising of the Cross Diagonal movement – immediacy, dynamic Dutch Republic Rembrandt van Rijn - Complex as man and in artist - The anatomy lesson of dr nicolaes tulp Doctors around a body dissecting ...
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  • Spring '10
  • Kim
  • Diego Velázquez, convex serpentine building, Dutch Republic Rembrandt van Rijn - Complex, ro Art history, classical ru les

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