TheBaroqueEra - Annibale Carracci 1603 “The Virgin Appearing to St Hyacinthe” Lodovico Carracci 1594 “Joseph’s Bloody Coat Brought to

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Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS    Chappaqua, NY Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS    Chappaqua, NY
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Baroque   1600 – 1750.  From a Portuguese word  “barocca”     meaning “a pearl of irregular  shape.”  Implies strangeness, irregularity,  and      extravagance.
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 Dramatic, emotional.  Colors were brighter than bright;  darks      were darker than dark.  Counter-Reformation art. contexts     should speak to the illiterate rather  than to     the well-informed.
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St. Peter’s  Basilica,  Vatican City   by Gialorenzo  Bernini
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Church of Santiago de Compostella,  Spain
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Church of Veltenberg Altar,  Germany
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“The Assumption of the Virgin  Mary” Egid Quirim Asam, 1692-1750
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Altar of Mercy, Germany, 1764
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“St. Francis in Ecstasy” Caravaggio, 1595
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“The  Flagellation  of Christ”  by  Caravaggio
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“David and Goliath” by  Caravaggio
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“Salome with the Head of the  Baptist”  by Caravaggio
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“The Cardsharps” Caravaggio, 1595
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“The Dead Christ Mourned”
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Unformatted text preview: Annibale Carracci, 1603 “The Virgin Appearing to St. Hyacinthe” Lodovico Carracci 1594 “Joseph’s Bloody Coat Brought to Jacob” Diego Velázquez, 1630 “Christ on the Cross” Diego Velázquez, 1632 “Las Meninas” Diego Velázquez 1656 “St. Francis in Meditation” Francisco de Zurbarán “St. Bonaventure on His Deathbed” Francisco de Zurbarán, 1629 “The Elevation of the Cross” by Peter Paul Reubens 1610-11 “The Lamentation ” by Peter Paul Reubens 1609-11 “Battle of the Amazons” Peter Paul Reubens “A Village Fête” Peter Paul Reubens “The Garden of Love” Peter Paul Reubens, 1630-32 “The Ecstasy of St. Theresa of Avila” by Gianlorenzo Bernini 1647-52 “A Bust of Louis XIV” by Bernini “Louis XVI” Hyacinthe Rigauld “A Bust of Cardinal Richelieu” by Bernini “Cardinal Richelieu” Philippe de Champaigne [1602-1674] Baroque Furniture Baroque Furniture A Baroque Room...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HISTORY 103 taught by Professor Livingston during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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