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Midterm Study Guide French Baroque { 1600 – 1650 } ** Royalty HISTORY: Louis XIV, division of estates (classes), 3 rd estate = largest & poorest STYLE: academic style, lots of detail, iconography, balanced composition, licked surface SUBJECT MATTER: portraits, history, genre, landscapes, still life MAJOR ARTISTS: Rigaud Roccoco { 1750 – 1850 AD } ** Fete Galante HISTORY: Louis XV STYLE: SUBJECT MATTER: MAJOR ARTISTS: Riguad Neo-Classicism (Europe) { 1750 – 1880 } ** Power and Propaganda HISTORY: “revamped” Classical antiquity, rejected composition & style of previous academic painters, people who liked Neoclassical art became Revolutionaries STYLE: balanced composition, Classical setting/background/clothing, close-cropped, didactic (teaches moral lesson), shallow space, licked surface, lifelike but idealized SUBJECT MATTER: mythology, contemporary events, historical events MAJOR ARTISTS: David Romanticism { 1800 – 1880 AD } ** The Lone Individual
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HISTORY: attack on gov’t institutions & social conventions, French
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course ARTH 6b taught by Professor Annjensenadams during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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