Lecture Terms FINAL

Lecture Terms FINAL - Study Terms from lectures Week One:...

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Study Terms from lectures Week One: March 31 – April 4 allegorical figure symbol attribute gouache vellum engraving nave altarpiece, retablo wampum cabinet of curiosities syncretism memento mori limner convention arm akimbo pose Important dates: 1607: Jamestown, first permanent settlement in Virginia, preceded by Roanoke which did not succeed [St. Augustine, Florida was, however, first European colony established in North America, following overthrow of French/Rene de Laudonniere in 1565] 1620: settlement of Plymouth Colony 1670: approximate date when Massachusetts and Plymouth colonies began to be able to support art 1695-1710: approximate date when permanent art and architecture appeared in Virginia Study Terms from lectures Week Two: April 7 – 11 history painting trompe l’oeil Athenaeum fasces Dates from lecture French and Indian War (known in Europe as the Seven Years’ War): 1754-1763 Stamp Act 1765 Townshend Acts 1768 Boston Massacre March 1770 Boston Tea Party 1773 Boston Port Bill 1774
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