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  • 1. Enlightenment Art Baroque Artists Rococo Artists Pictures courtesy of : Web Gallery of Art – http:// gallery.euroweb.hu/artist.html Artcylopedia – http:// www.artcyclopedia.com/
  • 2. Baroque Artists Bernini Cuyp Baroque - The art style or art movement of the Counter-Reformation in the seventeenth Guer century. Although some features appear in Rembrandt Dutch art, the Baroque style was limited mainly to Catholic countries due to Reni sponsorship by the Catholic Church, trying to return to tradition and spirituality. It is Rubens a style in which painters, sculptors, and architects sought emotion, movement, and Vela variety in their works. Baroque Art tends to be less complex, more realistic and more emotionally affecting
  • 3. Bernini The Ecstasy of Saint Therese – Saint Therese and the angel are situated in a framed niche lighted from an unidentifiable source. The sensual character of the ecstasy aroused erotic associations and generated moral reservations from the second half of the eighteenth century.
  • 4. Bernini The Throne of Saint Peter – The throne symbolizes the power of the Pope. The light coming from a natural source (a window) is part of the composition
  • 5. Cuyp Young Herdsman with Cows –
  • 6. Cuyp The Maas at Dordrecht
  • 7. Rembrandt Supper at Emmaus – During the 1630s Rembrandt used the Bible as a source for dramatic motifs. In his middle phase he turned to more calm and intimate subjects, particularly episodes from the life of the Holy Family.
  • 8. Rembrandt Peter Denouncing Christ
  • 9. Rembrandt Man in a Golden Helmet – Rembrandt's portrait was admired by Impressionist painters as a model example of their own view of art. It has lost none of its popularity, despite commercial exploitation.
  • 10. Rembrandt The Nightwatch – It is a "Doelen" piece or group portrait in which the captain can be seen in the foreground wearing black and the lieutenant wearing yellow. The painting includes the entire repertoire of portrait poses and gestures from Rembrandt's store of figures.
  • 11. Rembrandt Self-portrait – Rembrandt represented himself more than a hundred times in drawings, etchings and paintings. Every change of fortune and impact of time and emotion was recorded. Here at age fifty-three.
  • 12. Reni Massacre of the Innocents – Reni was particularly interested in achieving a balance between movement and static structure. Reni also sought to achieve equilibrium in his expression of effects and the distribution of color accents
  • 13. Rubens Helena Fourment with a Carriage - Portrait
  • 14. Rubens The Village Fête
  • 15. Vela Induno
  • 16. Rococo Artists Rococo - An eighteenth century art style Amigoni which placed emphasis on portraying the Boucher carefree life of the aristocracy rather than on grand heroes or pious martyrs. Fragonard Love and romance were considered to be better subjects for art than historical or Goya religious subjects are. The style was characterized by a free, graceful Guardi movement; a playful use of line; and Tiepolo delicate colors. Rococo was centered in France, and is generally associated with Watteau the reign of King Louis XV. It is a light, elaborate and decorative style of art
  • 17. Rococo Architecture
  • 18. Boucher The Afternoon Meal – The figures in the painting supposedly represent the artist's family
  • 19. Boucher Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour
  • 20. Fragonard The Love Letter – This picture exemplifies Fragonard's feeling for color, his sensitive handling of effects of light, and his extraordinary technical ability. The attire of the woman seated at her writing table must have been the height of fashion at the time this painting was made.
  • 21. Fragonard The Stolen Kiss
  • 22. The Doge on the Bucentaur at San Niccolò del Guardi Lido – recounts the various episodes in the election of Doge Alvise Mocenigo in 1763. An observant and picturesque record of the traditional Venetian festival, which was part official ceremony.
  • 23. The Three-Arched Bridge at Cannaregio – Guardi Guardi did not always choose the most famous spots or buildings in Venice. There is not an important public building in sight in this impoverished quarter.
  • 24. Tiepolo The Martyrdom of St. Bartholomew – Tiepolo fame rests chiefly on his huge frescos but he should also be remembered as an extremely versatile painter. The subject of the painting is the martyrdom of St Bartholomew, presents an eerie contrast between light and shade to make the scene more vivid.
  • 25. Watteau Gilles
  • 26. Watteau The Embarkation for Cythera
  • 27. Watteau 'La gamme d'amour' (The Love Song) – The painting depicts the moment when the two musicians tune up before a performance. The singer gives the initial tone, and the accompanist finds the matching chord.
  • 28. Goya Portrait of Mariana Waldstein of Santa Cruz
  • 29. Goya The 3rd of May 1808 In Madrid: The Executions on Principe Pio Hill – The paintings were to "perpetuate" the most notable and heroic feats of the patriots who rose up in rebellion on 2nd May, 1808 against the invading forces of Napoleon.
  • 30. Goya Saturn devouring one of his Sons – This disturbing painting is one of the fourteen known as the "black paintings" with which Goya decorated the dining and living rooms of his home. House of Deafness
  • 31. Goya Clothed Maha – The word "Maja" used to describe the woman in this painting; it was used to refer to women of the lower social class in Madrid who were characterized by certain liberal customs and an extroverted way. A replica of this painting was made in the nude.
  • 32. Romanticism • Romanticism can be seen as a rejection of the precepts of order, calm, harmony, balance, idealization, and rationality that typified late 18th-century Neoclassicism. • It was also to some extent a reaction against the Enlightenment and against 18th-century rationalism and physical materialism in general. • Romanticism emphasized the individual, the subjective, the irrational, the imaginative, the personal, the spontaneous, the emotional, the visionary, and the transcendental.
  • 33. Baroque Text Neoclassical Rococo Impressionism Text Text 34
  • 34. Can you tell the difference b/w Neoclassical, Baroque, Rococo, and Impressionism? • Number 1-11 on next page • Title= ART QUIZ 35
  • 35. • 1. Bernini The Throne of St. Peter Rome 36
  • 36. • 2. Goya Portrait of Mariana Waldstein of Santa Cruz 37
  • 37. • 3. Michaelangelo • Statue of David 38
  • 38. • 4. • Rembrant • Old Man with Gold Chain 39
  • 39. The Death of Socrates Jacques Louis David 1787 • 5. 40
  • 40. Haystack at Giverny Claude Monet 1886 • 6. 41
  • 41. 7. • 7. Daphne Chased by Apollo Guillaume Coustou I 1746 42
  • 42. 8. The Lacemaker & Girl with Pearl Earring Jan Vermeer Text 43
  • 43. • 9. • Versailles Palace 44
  • 44. 10. Watteau The Love Song
  • 45. • 11. Mural on Granada Cathedral Spain 46

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