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AH Ch 19
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  • 1. Chapter 19 BAROQUEWhat are the key aspects of Baroque style?What location s were influenced the Baroque style ?What areas of creation were also influenced by this style?Who are the main artists of the period?What about Caravaggio makes his work so compelling?What happened in Artemisia Gentileschi’s life that influenced her art?What influence did Rubens work exhibit?Portuguese term; Barroco meaning irregular, in reference to an imperfect peal
  • 2. What are the current events of the time?The Thirty Years War (starts between Catholicism and Protestantism)1620 Puritans - religious persecution in Europe – (Start New England)New Divisions in Europe - Protestant Holland with Spain’s control, End of Holy Roman EmEuropean powers compete for control in the Americas and the Far EastDevelopment of Sciences – Anatomy, Physics, Astronomy, PhilosophyThe Inquisition and Witch huntsDistinct distinctions of cultural and regional differences- foundation of Nationalism
  • 3. Characteristics of Baroque ArtStarts in Rome (overlaps some of Mannerism time period)- Overly emotional- Energetic- Theatrical- Action- Movement- Contrast- Asymmetry- Sharp Angles- Often Allegorical- Extreme LIGHT AND DARK- TENIBRISM or also thought of basement lighting
  • 4. Map of Europe 1600’s
  • 5. Basic Characteristics of Baroque Architecture:-Broad naves occasionally circular forms dramatic use of light, either strong light-and-shade contrasts, chiaroscuro effects ,or uniform lighting by means of several windows-Opulent use of ornaments - such as putti made of wood (often gilded), plaster orstucco, marble or faux marbling-Large scale ceiling frescos-The external facade is often characterized by a dramatic central projection-The interior is often no more than a shell for painting and sculpture inside (especiallyin the late baroque)-Illusory effects like trompe loeil and the blending of painting and architecture-In some regions, pear domes and onion shaped domes are introduced as start of thestyle
  • 6. 19.1 Gianlorenzo Bernini ,Baldacchino,St. Peters, Rome, 1624–33.
  • 7. 19.2 Saint Peters basilica and piazza, Vatican, Rome. Maderno, façade, 1607–26;Gianlorenzo Bernini, piazza design, c. 1656–57
  • 8. 19.4 Francesco Borromini,façade ofSan Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, Rome,1665–67.
  • 9. 19.8 Claude Perrault, Louis Le Vau, and Charles Le Brun ,east façade of the Louvre, Paris, 1667–70.
  • 10. Versailles France
  • 11. 19.10 Jules Hardouin-Mansart and Charles Le Brun,Galerie des Glaces, palace of Versailles, c. 1680.
  • 12. 19.12 Christopher Wren,St. Pauls Cathedral, London,western façade. 1675–1710.
  • 13. 19.13a Gianlorenzo Bernini,David , 1623
  • 14. 19.15 Gianlorenzo Bernini,Ecstasy of Saint Teresa ,Coronaro Chapel,Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome,Italy
  • 15. Bernini, Apollo and Daphne
  • 16. Bernini, Pluto and Persepina (Hades andPersephone)
  • 17. 19.16 CaravaggioBoy with a Basket of Fruit ,c. 1594
  • 18. 19.17 Caravaggio,Calling of SaintMatthew ,Contarelli Chapel,San Luigi dei Francesi,Rome, 1599–1600
  • 19. Caravaggio, Bachaus
  • 20. Caravaggio, Conversion of St. Paul
  • 21. Caravaggio, The Musicians
  • 22. 19.18 Artemisia Gentileschi,Judith Slaying Holofernes ,c. 1614–20.
  • 23. 19.19 Giovanni Battista Gaulli, Triumph of the Name of Jesus , 1676–79
  • 24. 19.20 Peter Paul Rubens , Venus and Adonis , c. 1635.
  • 25. 19.21 Peter Paul Rubens, Raising of the Cross , center panel of triptych, originally forthe church of St. Walburgis and now in Antwerp Cathedral, 1610–11.
  • 26. Peter Paul Rubens,Drawing
  • 27. 19.23 Rembrandt van Rijn, Belshazzars Feast , c. 1635.
  • 28. 19.24 Rembrandt van Rijn, The Militia Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq (known asThe Night Watch ), 1642.
  • 29. http://www.googleartproject.com/galleries/24298052/24292134/24296119/
  • 30. 19.25 Rembrandt van Rijn,Self-Portrait in a Cap,Openmouthed and Staring ,Etching1630.
  • 31. 19.27 Rembrandt van Rijn,Self-Portrait as Saint Paul(age fifty-five) , 1661.
  • 32. 19.28 Frans Hals,The Laughing Cavalier , 1624.
  • 33. Frans Halls,Boy with a Skull(VANITAS PAINTING)
  • 34. 19.29 Judith Leyster,The Last Drop(The Gay Cavalier)(after restoration) , c. 1628–29
  • 35. 19.30 Jan Vermeer ,The Geographer , c. 1668
  • 36. Vermeer,Woman Holding a Balance
  • 37. Vermeer,Allegory of the Art of Painting
  • 38. Vermeer, Girl with a Pearl Earring
  • 39. 19.31 Johannes Vermeer, View of Delft (after restoration), c. 1660–61.
  • 40. 19.32 Jacob van Ruisdael , Extensive Landscape with Ruins , 1660s.
  • 41. 19.33 Maria van Oosterwyck, Vanitas Still Life , 1668
  • 42. 19.37 Diego Velázquez , Venus with a Mirror (Rokeby Venus) , c. 1648
  • 43. 19.38 Diego Velázquez,Las Meninas (after cleaning),1656.
  • 44. 19.39 Nicolas Poussin , Ashes of Phokion , 1648

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