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put painting in there because it identifies that Jesus’ is suffering so patients connect to his condition darkness surrounding is a biblical reference with him dying as a dark day when its opened – it shows all the good of Jesus birth resurrection very bright and gives a good feeling when its closed – shows the sadness of Jesus death and suffering dark and gloomy there is restored beauty of Jesus’ body in the resurrection scene gives patients a new found hope that they will also be okay XXX Coyolxauhqui (She of the Golden Bells) 10 foot carved circular Aztec stone depicts moon goddess (name meaning golden bells) murdered by her brother objects and body parts on stone are carefully placed on circle to create balance and rhythm Richly detailed components seem to revolve like a galaxy Equivalent characteristics of Mesoamerican painting Important at the time because it represented a religious figure that the Aztecs worshipped placed at the bottom of the Great Temple’s stairs so when the Aztecs killed an enemy, they threw them down the stairs to land on this stone disk
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linked their opponents to the killed Coyolxauhqui ritual sacrifice performed in Tenochtitlan 8.18 Portrait of a Woman lost a lot of its original touch Leonardo became famous for his ability to represent subtle shadow and create a sense of mystery The addition of the hands was a big deal because it showed personality Doesn’t have fully male or female features The blurring of corners of mouth and eyes make it difficult to determine exact nature of her expression Has no eyebrows Creates an uneasiness Of the time period it was an unsettling picture for men to look at because of the renaissance etiquette and woman were not to look men directly in the eyes Indecipherable Don’t know what it means and don’t know the expression Freud believes that Leonardo may have been a homosexual and this portrait shows that time alters fame 9.32-33 The Cornaro Chapel with Ecstasy of St. Teresa a combo of sweetness and pain based on a quote from St. Teresa; “if I had not already created heaven I would create for you alone” (said by Christ during one of her visions) homely woman but at her death (in 60s) witnesses testified that she became youthful and beautiful died while in ecstatic love for god Christian death is ecstasy
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In portrait she is levitating and mother Teresa claims she would levitate after mass Levitating = shows a powerful moment The white figures above show the ecstasy she will experience in heaven Made of marble and bronze Figures are over life size Commissioned by the Venetian cardinal – Federigo Cornaro He unites painting, sculpture, and architecture in this work Every detail was designed by Bernini The angels seem to pour down onto the chapel exemplifying the greatness of heaven The floors have skeletons on them Showing that those who did not go up to heaven want another chance to go to heaven 11.46 Olympia Monet created a scandal
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  • Fall '09
  • McAlister
  • ancient Greek sculpture, Life size, World Art Exam, Exemplifies Identity art

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