Chapter 17 The Age of the Baroque

Chapter 17 The Age of the Baroque - Chapter 17 The Age of...

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Chapter 17 The Age of the Baroque First : read and focus Read Chapter 17, The Age of the Baroque Focus on the principal movements in art and their unique characteristics. Note how emotion and drama are an important part of the works from this time. Second : review and extra help Visit these sites for Chapter 17. They were recommended by your book Understanding Art. The Rijks Museum of Amsterdam http://www.rijksmuseum.nl/index.jsp and http:// art.wadsworth.com/fichner8/ Third : vocabulary and terminology Vocabulary and terminology from Chapter 17 to know for the final test. Baroque, Reformation, Greek Cross plan, Latin Cross plan, Piazza, Tenebrism, Plasticity, Impasto, Poussiniste, Rubeniste, Balustrade, and Rococo style. Fourth : works of art Works of art for Chapter 17 to know for the final test. page 370 figure 16-23; page 370 figure 16-24; page 371 figure 16-25; page 371 figure 16-26; page 386 figure 17-7; page 387 figure 17-8; page 388 figures 17-9; page 388 figures 17-10; page 389 figure 17-11; page 392 at figure 17-14; page 393 at figure 17-15; page 394 figure 17-17; page 396 figures 17-19; page 397 figure 17-20; page 398 figure 17-21; page 401 at figure 17-25; page 402 at figure 17-26 Associate the works of art to the vocabulary and terminology. Some of these works of art come from the previous Chapter 16: The Renaissance . Fifth : CONCEPTS AND QUESTIONS Concepts and questions for Chapter 17. This assignment is for a grade and must be completed on or before its due date. For this assignments due date and all assignment due dates you must check your weekly course outline and/or your syllabus. Due dates must be observed to receive credit for this assignment. Once the quiz has been shut down it will not be reopened. Chapter 17 Homework 1. Motion and space were concerns of the ___________artist. The concept of time, a dramatic use of light, and a passionate theatricality complete the list of the five most important characteristics of this style of art.
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A. Classical B. Baroque C. Rococo D. Renaissance E. Romanesque Look at page 371 at figure 16-26. David by Bernini 2. The Baroque sculptor Bernini sculpture of David is remarkably different from those of Donatello, Verrocchio, and Michelangelo. He used three of the five major characteristics of Baroque art in his sculpture, they are ________. A. its Classical contrapposto stance, the balance between emotion and restraint B. its Classical contrapposto stance, motion (implied), and a different way of looking at space C. motion (implied), the balance between emotion and restraint, and the introduction of the concept of time D. motion (implied), a different way of looking at space, and the introduction of the concept of time E. none of these are correct 3. In the Baroque period the Renaissance balance between emotion and restraint that was adopted from Classical Greek Art gives way to unleashed passion and the theatricality and the marked extension of the figure into the surrounding space of _____________. A. Roman Republican Art
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course ART 1301 taught by Professor Brockman during the Summer '08 term at Blinn College.

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