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• Satire- In satire, vices, follies, abuses, and shortcomings are held up to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals, and society itself, into improvement. Although satire is usually meant to be funny, its greater purpose is often constructive social criticism, using wit as a weapon. • Industrial Revolution – term used to describe a change in the practices of production and consumption that occurred in the nineteenth century. • Lunar Society – society that met in and around Birmingham each month during the full moon. Its members were prominent manufacturers, inventors, and naturalists. Examples of members: Benjamin franklin, Erasmus Darwin, James watt, Matthew boulton, and William Murdock. Are thought of as the creators of the industrial revolution. 24.4 William Hogarth Gin Lane 1751
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24.6 Joseph Wright An Experiment on a Bird in an Air Pump 1768 CHAPTER 25 • Chinoiserie- Every major trading nation had an office in Canton. Chinese goods- porcelains, wallpapers, carved ivory fans boxes, lacquerware and patterned silks flooded the European markets creating a widespread taste for what quickly became known as chinoiserie, meaning :all things Chinese. 25.24 William Marlow View of the Wilderness at Kew 1763 25.28 Anonymous View of Suzhou Showing the Gate of Changmen 1734 25.30 Yu the Great Taming the Waters Qing Dynasty 1787 CHAPTER 26 • Federal style- the neoclassical stryle of architecture dominated the architecture of the new American republic, where it became known as federal stule. • Jasperware- Very often Robert Adams decorated his interiors with the ceramics of Josiah Wedgewood, not the common earth enware that Wedgewood mass-produced known as Queen’s ware, but his stoneware known as Jasperware, ornamented in Heoclassical style with white relief on colored ground. • Neoclassicism – looking to classical antiquity as a model to build modern societies on. Focused on idealism, order, balance, and proportion. Based upon the model of the Greco- Roman style of art and politics. • History painting - is a genre in painting defined by subject matter rather than an artistic style, depicting a moment in a narrative story, rather than a static subject such as a portrait. The term derives from the wider senses of the word historia in Latin and Italian, and essentially means "story painting", rather than the painting of scenes from history in its narrower sense in modern English, for which the term historical painting may be used, especially for 19th century art. There is almost always a number of figures shown, often a large number. 26.3. Jacques Louis David, The Oath of the Horatii. 1784-85 26.10. Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, Charlottesville (1770-84 & 1796-1806) 26.16. Jean-Antoine Houdon George Washington 1788 26.17. Jacques Louis David The Tennis Court Oath. 1789-91
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26.18. Angelica Kauffmann Cornelia Pointing to her Children as Her Treasures. 1785 26.19. Jacques Louis David, Napoleon Crossing the Saint-Bernard. 1800-01 26.27. William Hackwood (for Josiah Wedgwood) Am I Not a Man & a Brother 1787 26.28. John Singleton Copely Watson and the Shark. 1778
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