Art History Chapter 18 Study Guide

Art History Chapter 18 Study Guide - -crucifix originally...

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Art History Chapter 18 TERMS Altarpiece Polyptych (Diptych, Triptych, etc) Oil Paint Flemish Painting
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“January and Februrary” -Limbourg Brothers (3) -Tres Riches Heures (very ornate prayer book) -1411-1416 -January: new year’s banquet w/ Duke and his court -zodiac calendar semi circle on top -February: rustic, peasants, winter -Duke of Berry commissioned “Moses and David from the Well of Moses” -Claus Sluter - commissioned by Philip the Bold -sculpted well, collected rain water for the monastery -Chartreuse de Champmol -Dijon, France -1395-1406 -Moses has horns (mistranslation of Bible, supposed to have rays of light)
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Unformatted text preview: -crucifix originally stood on top (blood would flow down-Champmol Altarpiece-Melchior Broederlam-1393-1399-Commissioned by Philip the Bold (demonstrated his piety)-2 panels-poliptych/diptych=many/2 panels-narrative from biblical scenes-Left: Gabriel appears to Virgin Mary (Annunciation), Visitation to Elizabeth-Right: Presentation to the Temple, Flight into Egypt-Merode Altarpiece (open)-Robert Campin-1425-1428-triptych-patrons seen peering on left, Joseph on right-Annunciation-tempora paints-symbolism: wind blows pages and snuffs candle, Christs spirit flying through window...
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2011 for the course ART 188 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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