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Baroque Art
Baroque Art – 1600-1750 <ul><li>Begins in Rome </li></ul><ul><li>-Renaissance artists did everything “perfectly”, so it wa...
 
Baroque Art – 1600-1750 <ul><li>Begins in Rome </li></ul><ul><li>-Renaissance artists did everything “perfectly”, so it wa...
Baroque Art – 1600-1750 <ul><li>Begins in Rome </li></ul><ul><li>-Renaissance artists did everything “perfectly”, so it wa...
Baroque Art – 1600-1750 <ul><li>Two distinct “schools” of Baroque Art: </li></ul><ul><li>Catholic Countries : Italy, Fland...
Baroque Art – 1600-1750 Catholic Countries : Italy, Flanders  (Flemish),  Spain, France  Common Traits that reflect the va...
Baroque Art – 1600-1750 Catholic Countries : Italy, Flanders  (Flemish),  Spain, France  What to look for : -Use of light ...
Caravaggio Italian  Conversion of St. Paul
Caravaggio Italian  The Supper at Emmaus
Bernini Italian  David
David
The Ecstasy of St. Theresa Bernini Italian
This supreme example of Baroque art was the first masterpiece that the twenty-six year old genius, Gianlorenzo Bernini mad...
Rubens Flemish The Descent from the Cross
The  Hippopotamus  Hunt Rubens Flemish
Marie Arrives at Marseilles Rubens Flemish
The Three Graces Rubens Flemish
Van Dyck Flemish Charles I at the Hunt
Count of Ossuna  Van Dyck Flemish
 
Velazquez Spanish Portrait of Pope Innocent X
Velazquez Spanish Las Meninas This painting was voted in 1985 as “the greatest work of art by a human being.”
In the seventeenth century, France was the most powerful country in the world and Louis XIV tapped the finest talents to g...
Poussin French Burial of Phocion
Poussin French Autumn or  The Grapes brought from the Promised Land.
The classic example of Baroque art/style
Baroque Art – 1600-1750 Protestant Countries : Holland  (Dutch)  & England  Common Traits that reflect the values of the t...
 
Ruisdael Dutch The Sunbeam
Ruisdael Dutch The Sunbeam
Hals Dutch The Jolly Toper Jester with a Lute
Hals Dutch The Laughing Cavalier
Rembrandt Dutch
Rembrandt Dutch Night Watch
Rembrandt Dutch The Masters of the Cloth Guild
Vermeer Dutch The Geographer
Vermeer Dutch The Milkmaid
Girl with a Pearl Earring Vermeer Dutch
Vermeer Dutch The Artist’s Studio
Hogarth English Breakfast Scene from Marriage a la Mode
Hogarth English Gin Lane
Gainsborough English Reynolds English
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    1. 1. Baroque Art
    2. 2. Baroque Art – 1600-1750 <ul><li>Begins in Rome </li></ul><ul><li>-Renaissance artists did everything “perfectly”, so it was a time to change… </li></ul><ul><li>-Reaction to Mannerism </li></ul>
    3. 4. Baroque Art – 1600-1750 <ul><li>Begins in Rome </li></ul><ul><li>-Renaissance artists did everything “perfectly”, so it was a time to change… </li></ul><ul><li>-Reaction to Mannerism </li></ul><ul><li>2. Every country that develops it, adds its own “spin” </li></ul><ul><li>3. Most common element = Use of light to achieve maximum emotional impact. </li></ul>
    4. 5. Baroque Art – 1600-1750 <ul><li>Begins in Rome </li></ul><ul><li>-Renaissance artists did everything “perfectly”, so it was a time to change… </li></ul><ul><li>-Reaction to Mannerism </li></ul><ul><li>2. Every country that develops it, adds its own “spin” </li></ul><ul><li>3. Most common element = Use of light to achieve maximum emotional impact. </li></ul><ul><li>4. Patrons = wealthy & burghers looking for home improvements for living rooms… </li></ul><ul><li>5. Emphasis on emotion + dynamism rather than rationality + stasis </li></ul>
    5. 6. Baroque Art – 1600-1750 <ul><li>Two distinct “schools” of Baroque Art: </li></ul><ul><li>Catholic Countries : Italy, Flanders (Flemish), Spain, France </li></ul><ul><li>Protestant Countries : England & Holland (Dutch) </li></ul>
    6. 7. Baroque Art – 1600-1750 Catholic Countries : Italy, Flanders (Flemish), Spain, France Common Traits that reflect the values of the time : -Gigantic religious works to display their faith’s triumph and to over-whelm and attract new worshippers. -Massive displays of wealth by absolute monarchs to enchant and impress visitors.
    7. 8. Baroque Art – 1600-1750 Catholic Countries : Italy, Flanders (Flemish), Spain, France What to look for : -Use of light – harsh light from single source to concentrate your eye (chiaroscuro but for focal point…). -Saints and miracles looking like ordinary people and events -dynamic explosion of energy – images captured at height of action -VERY fat female nudes -portraits – posed to show refinement but looked “real”
    8. 9. Caravaggio Italian Conversion of St. Paul
    9. 10. Caravaggio Italian The Supper at Emmaus
    10. 11. Bernini Italian David
    11. 12. David
    12. 13. The Ecstasy of St. Theresa Bernini Italian
    13. 14. This supreme example of Baroque art was the first masterpiece that the twenty-six year old genius, Gianlorenzo Bernini made for St. Peter's Basilica. It is impossible not to admire this fantastic, sumptuous bronze canopy supported by four spiral columns, richly decorated with gold, as it majestically rises upward. It is the largest known bronze artwork. He sent most of his life working on St. Peter’s Cathedral Baldachin of St. Peter’s Cathedral Bernini Italian
    14. 15. Rubens Flemish The Descent from the Cross
    15. 16. The Hippopotamus Hunt Rubens Flemish
    16. 17. Marie Arrives at Marseilles Rubens Flemish
    17. 18. The Three Graces Rubens Flemish
    18. 19. Van Dyck Flemish Charles I at the Hunt
    19. 20. Count of Ossuna Van Dyck Flemish
    20. 22. Velazquez Spanish Portrait of Pope Innocent X
    21. 23. Velazquez Spanish Las Meninas This painting was voted in 1985 as “the greatest work of art by a human being.”
    22. 24. In the seventeenth century, France was the most powerful country in the world and Louis XIV tapped the finest talents to glorify his monarchy. France replaced Rome as the center of European art (a distinction it held until WWII) even though its art was modeled on Roman relics… Poussin was the most famous French artist. Painted antiquity – French Baroque art is often referred to as “ Classicism ” because it was copied so often during the next 200 years.
    23. 25. Poussin French Burial of Phocion
    24. 26. Poussin French Autumn or The Grapes brought from the Promised Land.
    25. 27. The classic example of Baroque art/style
    26. 28. Baroque Art – 1600-1750 Protestant Countries : Holland (Dutch) & England Common Traits that reflect the values of the time : -Still lifes -Landscapes -Portraits -Very little to no religious imagery
    27. 30. Ruisdael Dutch The Sunbeam
    28. 31. Ruisdael Dutch The Sunbeam
    29. 32. Hals Dutch The Jolly Toper Jester with a Lute
    30. 33. Hals Dutch The Laughing Cavalier
    31. 34. Rembrandt Dutch
    32. 35. Rembrandt Dutch Night Watch
    33. 36. Rembrandt Dutch The Masters of the Cloth Guild
    34. 37. Vermeer Dutch The Geographer
    35. 38. Vermeer Dutch The Milkmaid
    36. 39. Girl with a Pearl Earring Vermeer Dutch
    37. 40. Vermeer Dutch The Artist’s Studio
    38. 41. Hogarth English Breakfast Scene from Marriage a la Mode
    39. 42. Hogarth English Gin Lane
    40. 43. Gainsborough English Reynolds English
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