10 Industrial Landscape

10 Industrial Landscape - ART 1012 Art History Survey II...

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ART 1012 Art History Survey II From the Academic Tradition to the Industrial Revolution November 5, 2009 Academic Tradition --Claude Perrault, Louvre Palace, view of east façade , 1670 Felix Duban, École des Beaux Arts (“School of Fine Arts”), 1819 (expansion of original school), Paris, France See Handout Online on Blackboard, Marvin Trachtenberg and Isabelle Hyman, “The Ecole des Beaux Arts,” pp. 444-446. Felix Duban, Interior courtyard of the École des Beaux Arts , 1819, Paris, with instructional examples of Classical sculpture and architecture The evolution of the Louvre from Royal Palace and seat of government to National Museum of Art and Cultural Patrimony: note plan depicting phases of expansion over the centuries, and particular 19 th - century example of L. Visconti and Hector Lefuel, addition of projecting wings to Louvre palace , 1853-1870 – this is Napoleon III’s “Second Empire Style.” Artists and architects trained at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris compete for the Rome Prize (“Prix de Rome”), a prize awarded once per year to the best painting student as well as to the best architecture student. Winner gets all-expenses-paid year at the French Academy in Rome, where ancient classical works are studied and absorbed to become models for life-long employment with French government
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This note was uploaded on 07/14/2011 for the course ART 1012 taught by Professor Professor during the Fall '09 term at CUNY Baruch.

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