2011Exam2StudySheet - R EVIEW S HEET F OR E XAM I I Thur sday 1 7 M arch Please remember your No. 2 pencils. Please note: if

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Unformatted text preview: R EVIEW S HEET F OR E XAM I I ( Thur sday, 1 7 M arch ) Please remember your No. 2 pencils. Please note: if any of the works & terms listed below are not discussed in class before the exam, you will not be responsible for them on the exam. The structure of this exam, like Exam I, is multiple choice, with essentially the same distribution of ID questions, questions with slides, questions without slides and extra credit questions. In addition to the issues laid out on the study tips page of this website (concerning style and medium of specific artists and works of art, historical & physical context, and definitions of terms), you should concentrate on the following questions: • • • • • • What are the characteristics of 15th ­century Flemish painting? What are the characteristics of High Renaissance art that make it different from earlier Renaissance art? How would you differentiate the styles and artistic practices of its artists (e.g., Leonardo vs. Michelangelo; Michelangelo vs. Raphael; Michelangelo vs. Titian)? What are the differences between Venetian and Central Italian art (i.e., what is the difference between disegno and colorito)? What are the differences between Mannerist art and High Renaissance Art? What happens in 16th ­century Northern European art (e.g., what is a Romanist? Is every Northern artist a Romanist?) [applicable if we begin to discuss Baroque before the exam] What are some of the characteristics of Baroque art? How are these qualities evident in particular works of art? How would you contrast the art of the Baroque with the art of Mannerism? For this exam, you should know medium if it was discussed as one of the noteworthy characteristics of a particular work (e.g., engraving as the medium of Pollaiuolo’s Battle of the Ten Nudes, or Dürer’s Fall of Man; oil ­ based pigments on canvas as the medium of Venetian High Renaissance painting; oil glazing as the medium for fifteenth ­century Flemish painting). __________________________________________________________________ FIFTEENTH ­CENTURY FLEMISH PAINTING Works: Jan van Eyck: Ghent Altarpiece Giovanni Arnolfini and his Bride Rogier van der Weyden: Escorial Deposition Hieronymus Bosch: Garden of Earthly Delights Works and Terms for Exam II Terms: oil painting technique, glazing, "disguised symbolism," naturalism ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ LATE 15TH ­CENTURY ART IN FLORENCE Works: Antonio del Pollaiuolo: Battle of the Ten Nudes, engraving Sandro Botticelli: Birth of Venus Domenico Ghirlandaio: Giovanna Tornabuoni Term: engraving 2 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ HIGH RENAISSANCE ART IN ITALY I: MILAN AND FLORENCE Works: Leonardo da Vinci: Virgin of the Rocks The Last Supper Mona Lisa Michelangelo: David Raphael: Madonna of the Meadows Terms: sketch, microcosm & macrocosm, colossus , terribilità ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ HIGH RENAISSANCE ART IN ITALY II: ROME Works: Donato Bramante: Tempietto, Rome Plan for New S. Peter's Michelangelo: Sistine Chapel Ceiling Frescoes  ­ ­ ­Libyan Sibyl  ­ ­ ­Temptation and Expulsion of Adam & Eve Plan for S. Peter's; East End of S. Peter's Raphael: Philosophy ("School of Athens") Galatea Baldassare Castiglione Terms: Vitruvius; Vitruvian man, central plan, Greek cross plan, figura serpentinata, sprezzatura ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ HIGH RENAISSANCE ART IN ITALY III: VENICE Works: Giorgione: Pastoral Symphony Tempest Titian: Madonna of the Pesaro Family Meeting of Bacchus and Ariadne Venus of Urbino Terms: oil on canvas, disegno and colorito, impasto, pentimento ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MANNERISM Works: Jacopo Pontormo: Descent from the Cross Parmigianino: Madonna with the Long Neck Michelangelo: Last Judgment Agnolo Bronzino: Venus, Cupid, Folly & Time Giovanni da Bologna: Abduction of the Sabine Women Terms: artifice & nature, maniera, artistic license __________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3 NORTHERN EUROPEAN ART OF THE 16TH CENTURY Works: Albrecht Dürer: Adam and Eve (Fall of Man), engraving Four Apostles Jan Gossaert: Neptune and Amphitrite Pieter Bruegel: Hunters in the Snow Peasant Dance Terms: Four Humors, Romanist, Genre painting, the Reformation ____________________________________________ ITALIAN BAROQUE ART Works: Annibale Carracci: Pietà Caravaggio: Entombment Pietro da Cortona: Triumph of the Barberini Gian Lorenzo Bernini: David Cornaro Chapel (Ecstasy of S. Teresa) Carlo Maderno: S. Peter's (nave and façade), Rome Francesco Borromini: S. Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, Rome Terms: Baroque, Counter ­Reformation, tenebrism, quadratura ...
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