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17 thc y

  1. 1. 17TH /18TH CENTURY ART BLOSSOMS
  2. 2. BAROQUE
  3. 3. Baroque► 1600 – 1750.► From a Portuguese word “barocca”, meaning “a pearl of irregular shape.”► Implies strangeness, irregularity, and extravagance.► The more dramatic, the better!
  4. 4. Baroque Style of Art & Architecture► Dramatic, emotional.► Colors were brighter than bright; darks were darker than dark.► Counter-Reformation art.► Paintings & sculptures in church contexts should speak to the illiterate rather than to the well-informed.► Ecclesiastical art --> appeal to emotions.► Holland --> Real people portrayed as the primary subjects.
  5. 5. Sicilian Baroque: San Benedetto in Catania.
  6. 6. Santa Susanna: Carlo Maderno
  7. 7. SantAndrea al Quirinale (1658),
  8. 8. Façade ofSantAndrea alQuirinale,bearing cardinal Pamphili crest. Compiled by: Arch Maria Mynn 8 Porciuncula-Alfonso
  9. 9. Compiled by: Arch Maria Mynn 9 Porciuncula-Alfonso
  10. 10. TREVI FOUNTAIN
  11. 11. ST. PETER’S ROME
  12. 12. ST. PETERS, ROME
  13. 13. St. Peter’s tomb
  14. 14. MAP ROOM
  15. 15. pieta
  16. 16. St. Mary Basilica VENICE
  17. 17. Sicilian Baroque: San Benedetto in Catania
  18. 18. SantIvo alla Sapienza: Francesco Borromini
  19. 19. Palais du Luxembourg
  20. 20. CHATEAU DE CHANTILLY
  21. 21. TAJ MAHAL
  22. 22. HUMAJUN
  23. 23. LOUVRE
  24. 24. Chateaux - Amboise
  25. 25. CHAMBORD
  26. 26. CHENONCEAU
  27. 27. Chateau at Blois
  28. 28. Blois
  29. 29. FONTAINBLEU
  30. 30. Title: Stucco and wall painting Source/ Museum: Chamber of the duchess of Étampes, Château of FontainebleauArtist: Primaticcio Medium: n/aDate: 1540s Size: n/a
  31. 31. TIMBUKTU –MALI 1600
  32. 32. church of Weltenburg Abbey
  33. 33. St Peter’s Vienna
  34. 34. ST PAUL’S LONDON 1632
  35. 35. ST. GENEVIVE CHURCH PARIS 1755
  36. 36. LES INVALIDES PARIS
  37. 37. CHISWICK HOUSE 1725
  38. 38. Chatsworth House
  39. 39. ST.CHARLES BORROMEO CHURCH VIENNA 1715
  40. 40. CHURCH MUNICH
  41. 41. ZWINGER PALACE DRESDEN 1705
  42. 42. CASTLE HOWARD -YORK
  43. 43. SEATON DELAVAL HALL 1719
  44. 44. BLENHEIM PALACE
  45. 45. RADCLIFFE LIBRARYOXFORD 1737
  46. 46. wiblingen
  47. 47. Churrigueresque.Within half a century, theytransformed Salamanca intoan exemplaryChurrigueresque city.Among the highlights of thestyle, interiors of theGranada Charterhouse offersome of the mostimpressive combinations ofspace and light in 18th-century Europe. Integratingsculpture and architectureeven more radically,Narciso Tomé achievedstriking chiaroscuroeffects in his Transparentefor the Toledo Cathedral. 81
  48. 48. SANTIAGO DI COMPASTELLA 82
  49. 49. San Francisco de Asís Church,Lima, 1673. 83

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