ARH2051 Test 2 - 23.2,23.6,23.9,23.13,23.16 05:53...

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23.2, 23.6, 23.9, 23.13, 23.16 05:53 Keywork 23.2 Artist - Matthias Grünewald Title Isenheim Altarpiece Location - chapel of the Hospital of Saint Anthony in Isenheim, Germany Year - 1510 Medium - oil on wood Size - 9’ 9½ x 10’ 9” (center panel) 8’ 2½” x 3’½” (each wing) 2’ 5½” x 11’ 2”  (predella) Description -  Befitting its setting in a monastic hospital, Matthias Grunewald’s  Isenheim Altarpiece includes painted panels depicting suffering and disease but  also miraculous healing, hope, and salvation. [Pictured closed above and open below]
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Keywork 23.6                         Artist - Albrecht Dürer Title Four Apostles Location - Alte Pinakothek, Munich Year - 1526 Medium - oil on wood Size - each panel 7’1” x 2’6” Description - Dürer’s support for Lutheranism surfaces in his portrait like  depictions of four saints on tow painted panels. Peter, representative of the pope  in Rome, plays a secondary role behind John the evangelist.  Keywork 23.9
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Artist - Hans Holbein The Younger Title The French Ambassadors Location - The National Gallery, London Year - 1533 Medium - oil and tempera on wood Size - 6’8” x 6’9½”  Description - In this double portrait, Holbein depicted two humanists with a  collection of objects reflective of their worldliness and learning, but he also  included an anamorphic skull, a reminder of death. Keywork 23.13 Artist - Hieronymus Bosch Title Garden of Earthly Delights Location - Museo del Prado, Madrid Year - 1505 Medium - oil on wood Size - (center panel) 7’ 2 5/8” x 6’ 4¾” (each wing) 7’ 2 5/8” x 3’ 2¼”    Description - Bosch was the most imaginative and enigmatic painter of his era. In  this triptych, which may commemorate a wedding, he created a fantasy world  filled with nude men and women and bizarre creatures and objects. 
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Keywork 23.16 Artist - Pieter Aertsen Title Butcher’s Stall Location - Uppsala University Art Collection, Uppsala Year - 1551 Medium - oil on wood Size - 4’ 3/8” x 6’ 5¾”  Description - At first glance Butcher’s Stall appears to be a genre painting, but in  the background Joseph leads a donkey carrying Mary and the Christ Child.  Aertsen balanced images of gluttony with allusions to salvation.
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24.1, 24.5, 24.7, 24.8, 24.18, 24.20, 24.24, 24.30 05:53 Keywork 24.1 Artist - Gianlorenzo Bernini Title Interior of the Cornaro Chapel Location - Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome, Italy Year - 1645 Medium - N/A Size - N/A Description - Bernini was the quintessential Baroque artist. For the Cornaro  Chapel, he drew on the full capabilities of architecture, sculpture, and painting to  create an intensely emotional experience for worshipers. 
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24.1, 24.5, 24.7, 24.8, 24.18, 24.20, 24.24, 24.30
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