Final Exam - SLIDE LIST#11 The Baroque in Spain Flanders...

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SLIDE LIST #11 The Baroque in Spain, Flanders, and the Netherlands Ribera - Martyrdom of St. Bartholomew, ca. 1639 Zurbarán - St. Serapion, 1628 Velázquez - Water Carrier of Seville, ca. 1619 Las Meninas, 1656 Rubens - Elevation of the Cross, 1610 Allegory of the Outbreak of War, 1638 Arrival of Marie de' Medici at Marseilles, 1622-25 Hendrick ter Brugghen—The Calling of St. Matthew. 1621 Honthorst, The Supper Party, 1620 (Saenredam - The Grote Kerk, Haarlem, 1637) Hals – (Willem Coymans, 1645) - (The Women Regents of the Old Men’s Home at Haarlem, 1664) Frans Hals, Archers of Saint Hadrian, c. 1633 “Brush stroke” style displaying a rowdy party where the men eat and drink for days Rembrandt - Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp, 1632 start of tenebrism, Caravaggio he tends to put spotlights on things, theatrical Rembrandt - The Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq (Night Watch), 1642 cut down on all sides because it was too big for the spot it was meant for militia company preparing for a visit from a foreigner sense of confusion person paid for their spot in the picture Rembrandt - Self-Portrait, ca. 1659-60— shows his craft Rembrandt - Christ with the Sick around Him, Receiving the Children (Hundred Guilder Print) ca. 1649—etching. Etching – using acid The sick, hungry, and children go to Christ Rich darkness, you can sense a dark wall Vermeer - The Letter, 1666 His own unique lighting, unseen source from the left with a lemon color and powder blue
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Camera obscura – may have been used, an image that will project an image on the wall but it will be upside down Usually about a domestic interior Servant and a mistress The servant has brought her a love note probably not from the husband You see the suspicious look on their faces because the servant is risking her job The loot? On her lap symbolizes what is going on Vermeer - Allegory of the Art of Painting, 1670-75 Curtain pulled back opening our eyes to the scene Yellows, blues are slightly acidic but beautiful harmony in color Beaded nail eads in the chair in the front, use of camera obscura Representing the art of painting Showing every wrinkle, about the artists sight Pieter Claesz - Vanitas Still Life, 1630s Reflects the room itself which reflects the artist Symbolic for life and deat Violin: music can mean the arts Incense: in the tin in the background, bringing out the senses – life and smoke, life is short Reflection in the ball – shows the room and the artist Afterlife Vanitas Willem Kalf, Still-Life with Ming Ginger Jar, 1669 For the patron who wants a beautiful painting
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Final Exam - SLIDE LIST#11 The Baroque in Spain Flanders...

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