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  • 1. ART OF THE 18TH CENTURY
  • 2. -BAROQUEART STYLES -ROCOCO -NEW CLASSICISM
  • 3. BAROQUE- Style linked to the Ancien Régime- It continued to be predominantfor many years in the 18th century.-Decoration became more complicatedand exuberant.ARCHITECTURE- José de Churriguera: Altarpiece of SanEsteban in Salamanca Cathedral - Pedro de Ribera: Old Hospice in Madrid)- Hipólito Rovira: Palace of the Marquis ofDos Aguas in Valencia- Juvara, Sachetti and Sabatini: RoyalPalace in MadridSCULPTURE- Francisco Salzillo : processional floats forthe Holy Week. ALTARPIECE OF SAN ESTEBAN IN SALAMANCA CATHEDRAL, JOSÉ DE CHURRIGUERA
  • 4. MADRID MAIN SQUARE, JUAN GÓMEZ DE MORA
  • 5. FACADE OF THE OLD HOSPICE IN MADRID, PEDRO DE RIBERA
  • 6. ROYAL PALACE (MADRID), JUVARA, SACHETTI AND SABATINI
  • 7. THE AGONY IN THE GARDEN SAINT JOHN Francisco Salzillo sculpted several processional floats for the Holy Week THE FALL
  • 8. ROCOCÓ- It appeared in France around1730.-The name Rococo comes fromrocaille (stone) and coquille(shell) and it was a decorativeand overelaborated style,used as a complement ofarchitecture.- Florid and playful decorations were used in tapestry,furniture, small sculptures,clocks…-It was considered to be asuperficial, frivolous and poortaste style.
  • 9. AMALIENBURGHUNTING PAVILION (MUNICH) HALL OF THE MIRRORS
  • 10. OTTOBEUREN ABBEY (BAVARIA)
  • 11. PALACE OF THE MARQUIS OF DOS AGUAS (VALENCIA) Hipólito Rovira and Antonio Vergara
  • 12. GASPARINI HALL,ROYAL PALACE IN MADRID
  • 13. PORCELAIN ROOM,ROYAL PALACE (MADRID)
  • 14. PORCELAIN ROOM, ROYAL PALACE OF ARANJUEZ(MADRID)
  • 15. ROCOCO STYLE FURNITURE
  • 16. - In painting, use of delicate colorsand curving forms.- Pastoral landscapes-Themes: leisure activities s ofaristocrats, frivolous entertainments(Fêtes galantes) , portraits PILGRIMAGE TO CITHERA, WATTEAU PLEASURES OF THE DANCE, WATTEAU
  • 17. THE SWING, FRAGONARD PORTRAIT OF THE MARQUISE OF POMPADOUR, BOUCHER
  • 18. MARIE LOUISE O´MURPHY, BOUCHERMARIE ANTOINETTE WITH A ROSE,ÉLISABETH VIGÉE-LEBRUN
  • 19. NEW CLASSICISM- It was a revival of classicism and drewinspiration from ancient Greece and Rome:beauty, perfection and proportions, use ofclassical architectural elements (orders ofcolumns, pediments, arches, domes…),imitation of Greek and Roman sculptures,use of historical themes in painting..- Factors that contributed to itsdevelopment: -ideas of Enlightenment -discovery of the ruins of Pompeii - the French Revolution CHURCH OF THE MADELEINE PARIS
  • 20. CHURCH OF SAINTE GENEVIÈVE (PRESENT PANTHEON) SOUFFLOT, PARIS
  • 21. L´ÉTOILE TRIUMPHAL ARCH , PARIS
  • 22. VENDÔME SQUARE, PARIS
  • 23. BRITHISH MUSEUM, LONDON
  • 24. BRANDENBOURG GATE, LANGHANS, BERLIN
  • 25. MUNICH GLYPTOTHEK, VON KLENZE, GERMANY
  • 26. EL PRADO MUSEUM, VENTURA RODRÍGUEZ, MADRID
  • 27. ALCALÁ GATE, SABATINI
  • 28. PAULINE BONAPARTE, ANTONIO CANOVA JASON, THÖRWALDSEN
  • 29. OATH OF THE HORATTI, JACQUES- LOUIS DAVIDAllegory about loyalty to the State and the king
  • 30. TENNIS COURT OATH, JACQUES-LOUIS DAVID
  • 31. NAPOLEON CROSSING THE ALPS, JACQUES- LOUIS DAVID
  • 32. THE CORONATION OF NAPOLEON JACQUES LOUIS DAVID