"Those bodies of beliefs, images, values, and techniques of
representation by which social classes, in conflict with each
other, attempt to 'naturalize' their particular histories" (TJ
Clark) They are defined by a dominant group who then
A work of art, esp. a painting on wood, set above and
behind an altar.
A semicircular or polygonal aisle which leads around the
east end of the choir; often separating the choir from apses
a large semicircular or
Masaccio (Time Period)
Donatello (Time Period)
Botticelli (Time Period)
_ was the Founder of Early Renaissance painting.
He painted his figures like real human beings, used
perspective, and a constant
a bell tower
an acutely pointed Gothic arch, like a lance
consisting of or divided into four parts
a representation of the Virgin Mary mourning over the
dead body of Jesus
pigment mixed with egg yolk and li
a phase of relaxed tensions and improved relations
between two adversaries
a person who speaks out against the regime in power
fundamental restructuring of the Soviet economy; policy
introduced by Gorbachev
Which is NOT an example of photographic influence on
the Impressionist style?
Whose Impression: Sunrise (1872) lent Impressionism
Impressionists such as Monet were sometimes called
plein air painters because of
The reform of the Christian Church initiated by Martin
Luther in Germany from about 1520 (when he was
excommunicated) and resulting in the split of the church
into Catholic and Protestant sects.
The strange, fantastic, ugly, incongru
sanctioned by the Royal academies, which provided
instruction and sponsored exhibitions. They focused on
traditional subjects and highly polished technique
fascination with islamic culture/because of the new trade
Virgin and Child Between Saints Theodore and George
-Becoming a more realistic figure
-halo,blue robe, gold background
-Jesus is a child, not a small man
-Jesus looks like a tiny man, has an "S" curve
-Standard Mary d
The application of a pigment to a surface; a work of art
created in this manner.
A mixture of a pigment with a vehicle or medium.
Coloring matter that is usually mixed with water, oil, or
other substances to make paint.