EX4 Review - Dark figures 16ft x 23 ft Guards Emotional...

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16ft x 23 ½ ft Emotional Large Open composition Mono-color Focal Points Actual event occurring Rococo Style Rococo: pretty and lacey Romantic: men in the background, eerie and dark Dark figures Guards Emotional: expressive Political Loose brush strokes Light: color contrast Focal point is light source: unnatural Holes in his hands: detail Very messy, brush strokes Brush direction, contrast Bodies chained to the ship (slaves) Oils and watercolors Sea Monster is Hidden Impressionistic: art of focus Smirking Conceited Shiny Coat 1 Music 2313 Exam #4 Notes Romantic Period (19 th Century) George Hegel (1770-1831): German -Idealism Karl Marx (1818-1883): German -Refined Socialism, Communism 18 th Century art: form, intellect, sophistication 19 th Century art: emotional, feeling, total self expression Romantic Period: Shock period (thought people were processed.) Theodore Gericault (1791-1824) -A child prodigy -Studied under many French painters -Influenced by Michelangelo and Rubens -Smooth Textures -Multiple focal points -Large canvas The Raft of Medusa1819
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3 Francisco de Goya (1746-1828): Spanish -Trained and worked in the Rococo style -1792: became deaf -Brush stroke is important (loose) -Often sharp color contrast -Later paintings were very political or bizarre subjects Clothed Maja 1800
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4 Group on Balcony (1810-1815)
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5 Saturn Devouring His Son (1819-1832) The Third of May 1808 Joseph Turner (1775-1851): English -1 st Exhibition at 15: child prodigy -Interested in seascapes -Experimented with oils and watercolor -Brushstroke important, loose and messy -Paintings often fragmented
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6 -Interest in light The Fisherman at Sea (1796) The Slave Ship1840 Sunrise with Sea Monsters 1845
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7 Rosa Bonheur (1822-99): French -One of the first successful female artists -Romanticist/realist -Very detailed -Subjects were usually animals -Paintings often made into engravings Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (1802-73): English -Romantic Artist -Considered a Victorian painter -Very detailed -Very expressive -Subjects are often animals > deplicted with human traits Dignity and Impudence Low Life (depressed) High Life Nash-Royal Pavilion in England (1815-23)
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course MUSIC 2313 taught by Professor Hall during the Spring '10 term at Texas State.

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