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Shows ta countries are starting to go out and discover more things Rug is imported goods from ottoman Bottom shelf is art stuff Globe is turned to show where john ghjdjkhskdh was born To represent human achievement Weird skull in middle bottom Symbolizes death Reminder that you’re not going to live forever Life is short and you need to living accordingly Put in that way because humans think we know everything Humans are somewhat blinded on god sees all Anamorphic -- need to be viewed at a certain perspective for it to look correct Going to the south! Mannerism Mannerism will contrast with the naturalism of the high renaissance Stylish approach for elite audience Has narrow audience Brief moment in time Michelangelo influenced other to not be naturalistic Elongated proportions JACOPO DA PONTORMO, Descent from the Cross, 1525-1528, oil on wood Artist in Florence No one really know what the subject matter of this is Difficult to tell where everyone is standing Looks like they’re floating Person in brown in the background is probably pontormo because he looked different and is looking right at us Not obvious who the people are Movement flowing around but still doesn’t convey anything Figures are stretched out Viewed as being more graceful Stylistic connection with michelangelo
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SOFONISBA ANGUISSOLA, Portrait of the Artist’s Sisters and Brother, 1555 When she started to get good, her father sent her work to Michelangelo for feedback He has very positive feedback and encouraged her to continue She worked for someone but the building went up in flames so the other work of hers that we can view is her earlier art She strained from proper portrait etiquette Can really see the personality and childish behavior In this sense, mannerism comes more true to life MICHELANGELO, Laurentian Library, Florence, 1524-59 Mannerist architecture Uses unusual shapes Unnatural proportions of the steps Important to pay attention to the architecture Handrails are really low Recover -- green bean Broken pediment Doubles up columns Not classical Makes you think about the architecture on the outside but lets you focus on the inside GIULIO ROMANO, interior courtyard facade of the Palazzo del Te, Mantua, Italy, 1525- 1535 Like a giant party space Very strange spacing on the columns Arched entryway under a pediment Lots of fresco decorations in the interior Battle of the giants -- giant room Image of the sky opening up with greek gods hearing things down and giants tearing things down Appealing to the people that know the rules of classicism to see how different things play out Chapter 17, Part 1 Baroque in Southern Europe: Italy and Spain: Europe in the 17th Century Main part will be in the 1600’s Catholic art reformed itself to be different and same with protestant JACOPO DA PONTORMO Counter Reformation begins in Italy with the Council of Trent (1545-63) Meetings for many years
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