Art History Chapter 21 Study Guide

Art History Chapter 21 Study Guide - suffering give hope to...

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Chapter 21 16 th century art in Northern Europe, Holy Roman Empire Northern Renaissance: artist is a craftsmen, DETAIL Mannerism Counter Reformation Council of Trent Reformation Engraving Woodcut Be sure to read the two readings posted on blackboard under Week 6!
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“Saint Anthony Enthroned Between Saints Augustine and Jerome” “Shrine of the Isenheim Altarpiece” -Nikolaus Hagenauer -painted wooden sculpture -1500 -placed in chapel next to hospital -alterpiece combines painting and sculpture -completely open “Isenheim Altarpiece” (closed)- Christ’s crucifixion -Matthias Grunewald -Saints on left and right -sense of physical brutality, graphic, contortion -decay, skin disease/wounds -relation of Christ’s suffering to patient
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Unformatted text preview: suffering give hope to patients that they will heal when altarpiece is opened Isenheim Altarpiece (open)-Matthias Grunewald-triptych-scenes in the present setting (gothic arches)-Annunciation: light and dove=holy spirit-Mary adoring Christ: holy spirit present-Christs resurrection: hope for patients (overcame suffering)-Grunewald known for luministic effects Self Portrait-Albrecht Durer-1500-shows his talent, wealth-looks like Jesus-signs it twice with date Melancholia 1-Albrecht Durer-1514-engraving (etching grooves into metal, ink is applied and stamped on paper)-can be printed many times, mass production cheaper...
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