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AD 227 17th Century Europe -Circle of trade (netherlands -> Americas -> Africa) -growing merchant middle class Flanders -Souther Catholic area -modern country of Belgium Peter Paul Reubens -Known as the Bernini of the North Reubens, Self-portrait -presented as a gentleman -shows off wealth Reubens, Elevation of the Cross -triptych -reminiscent of italian works -lots of action -body types similar to Michelangelo
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Reubens, Descent from the Cross -much more contrast -less heroic Reubens, Arrival of Marie de' Medici at Marseilles -theme of glorification -supposed to justify presence in court -never hung up because of background
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Anthony Van Dyck, Charles I Dismounted
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Unformatted text preview: -worked in Reuben's studio but could not compete-painted all over Europe-portrait spet-court painter for Charles I-always standing up because of stature Anthony Van Dyck, Portrait of a Noble Genoese Lady-heigh accented-noble portrait Frans Hals, Archers of St. Hadrian-protestant area, Dutch Republic-group portrait-tradition because of militia used to fight of spain-very sketch form of detail (quick movements to suggest detail) The Women Regents of the Old Men's Home at Haarlem-very serious-same attention to detail-very little color-very late painting in career...
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