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  • 1. ART & CULTURE Altuna L, Marcos A, Amores I.
  • 2. HUMANISM
    • 14th -15th centuries.
    • A method of learning.
    • Cultural and educational reform.
    • Educate the community.
    • Using the “ studia humanitatis” nowadays humanities.
  • 3. SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION
    • Europe 15th-18th centuries.
    • New ideas transformed medieval views in modern science.
    • Pioneers of the revolution:
  • 4. THE ENLIGHTENMENT
    • A philosophical and cultural movement.
    • 17th century in Europe.
    • Reform society.
    • Advance knowledge.
    • Focused on government and society.
  • 5. RENAISSANCE
    • 1400-1600
    • It was a cultural movement:
      • Architecture: elements: arch, barrel vault and gable.
      • Sculpture: materials: marble, wood and bronze.
      • Painting: about religion, mythology, allegory and portrait.
  • 6. BAROQUE
    • 1600-1750
    • Exuberance and extravagance.
    • Changes:
      • Architecture: elements with more liberty and magnificence.
      • Sculpture: represented objectively.
      • Painting: extremely realistic.
  • 7. NEOCLASSICISM
    • 1750-1800
    • New movements in decorative and visual arts.
      • Architecture: simple and symmetric.
      • Sculpture: simple and cautious.
      • Painting: pictures in first plane and colds.
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  • 10. PETER PAUL RUBENS
    • A Flemish Baroque Painter.
    • Siegen 28th of June of 1577 – Antwerp13th May 1640.
    • Emphasised movement colour and sensuality.
    • He learned in Italy.
    • Teacher of Van Dyck.
  • 11. Most important jobs: Adoration of the Magi, Assumption of the virgin, Samson & Delilah.

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