13-DutchPtg

13-DutchPtg - 17th-century Dutch and Flemish artists and...

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17th-century Dutch and Flemish artists and their spheres of activity: • Rembrandt van Rijn : Leiden and Amsterdam • Frans Hals : Haarlem • Jan Vermeer : Delft • Peter Paul Rubens : Antwerp
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Maps of Europe in the Renaissance Detail of northwestern Europe, showing the Netherlands (or Low Countries)
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Modern map
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Northern Netherlands Southern Netherlands The Netherlands Belgium Holland Flanders Dutch Flemish Independent republic Ruled by Kingdom of Spain Protestant (Calvinist) Catholic Society dominated by Society dominated by middle class: upper class (aristocracy):
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Rembrandt, The Blinding of Samson , 1636
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The Blinding of Samson Detail
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The Blinding of Samson Detail : Delilah fleeing
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Detail of Bernini’s Apollo and Daphne Detail : Delilah fleeing
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Rembrandt, Self-Portrait (at age 23), 1629 Detail : Delilah fleeing
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Rembrandt, Self-Portrait (at age 23), 1629 Rembrandt, Self-Portrait (at age 52), 1658
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Detail : Rembrandt’s eyes Self-Portrait
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Self-Portrait
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Self-Portrait Detail of a different section of the painting showing the impasto technique: the thick application of pigment to a canvas
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Rembrandt, Self-Portrait , 1658 Rembrandt, Bathsheba with King David’s Letter , 1654
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, 1636 Bathsheba , 1654 Early Rembrandt vs. Late Rembrandt
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course ART 1441 taught by Professor Zucker,m. during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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13-DutchPtg - 17th-century Dutch and Flemish artists and...

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