ART HISTORY REVIEW 3  By Meghan Gallagher 
PILGRIMAGE TO CYTHERA• Name: Watteau• Rococo Art
GRANDE ODALISQUE• Name: Ingres• Romanticism
THE GLEANERS• Name: Millet• 19th Century Realism
PAULINE BORGHESE AND VENUS                      VICTRIX• Name: Canova• Neoclassicism
GOD CREATING THE UNIVERSE• Name: Blake• Romantisism
THIRD-CLASS CARRIAGE• Name: Daumier• 19th Century Realism
MARRIAGE A LA MODE II• Name: William Hogarth• Rococo Art
NOCTURNE IN BLACK AND GOLD• Name: Whistler• Aestheticism
BEDROOM AT ARLES• Name: Van Gogh• Romanticizing Postimperssionists
MOUNT SAINTE VICTOIRE• Name: Cezanne• Classicizing Postimpressionists
PAIRS OPERA• Name: Paxton• 19th Century European Architecture
ZOLA• Name: Manet• Impressionism
THE SCREAM• Name: Munch• The Symbolist Movment
MOULIN DE LA GALETTE• Name: Renoir• Impressionism
THE KISS• Name: Klimt• The Symbolist Movment
THE RAFT OF THE “MEDUSA”• Name: Gericault• Romanticism
THE HORSE FAIR• Name: Bonheur• 19th Century Realism
TWO MEN CONTEMPLATING THE                       MOON• Name: Friedrich• Romanticism
STONE BREAKERS• Name: Courbet• 19th Century Realism
SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON THE             ISLAND OF LA GRANDE JATTE• Name: Seurat• Classizising
THE BOATING PARTY• Name: Cassatt• Impressionism
THE GROSS CLINIC• Name: Eakins• 19th Century Realism
MONTICELLO• Name: Jefferson• Neoclassicism
AN EXPERIMENT ON A BIRD                     WITH AN AIR PUMP• Name: Wright• Rococo Art
THE SWING• Name: Fragonard• Rococo Art
THE OATH OF THE HORATII• Name: David• Neoclassicism
WOMEN OF ALGIERS• Name: Delacroix• Romanticism
SALISBURY CATHEDRAL FROM                THE BISHOP’S GARDEN• Name: Constable• Romanticism
NADAR ELEVATING PHOTOGRAPHY               TO THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT• Name: Daumier• 19th Century realism
ABSINTHE• Name: Degas• Impressionism
DEATH OF SARDANAPALUS• Name: Delacroix• Romanticism
TWICKENHAM• Name: Walpole• Rococo Art
AT THE RACES• Name: Degas• Impressionism
THE THINKER• Name: Rodin• Impressionism
ARRANGMENT IN BLACK AND                     GREY• Name: Mcneill• Aestheticism
SELF-PORTRAIT WITH HALO• Name: Gauguin• Romanticizing Postimpressionists
MARIE ANTOINETTE AND HER                     CHILDREN• Name: Vigee-Lebrun• Rococo Art
THE DEATH OF MARAT• Name: David• Neoclassicism
EUROPE A PROPHECY• Name: Blake• Romanticism
THE ARTIST’S STUDIO: A REAL                       ALLEGORY• Name: Courbet• 19th Century Realism
STRWBERRY HILL• Name: Walpole• Rococo
THE PIGHTING TEMERAIRE• Name: Turner• Romanticism
EXECUTIONS OF MAY THIRD• Name: Goya• Romanticism
VIEW FROM WINDOW AT GRAS• Name: Niepce• 19th Century Realism
OLYMPIA• Name: Manet• 19th Century Realism
SALOME WITH THE HEAD OF                  JOHN THE BAPTIST• Name: Beardsley• Aestheticism
IMPRESSION SUNRISE• Name: Monet• Impressionism
GALLOPING HORSE• Name: Muybridge• 19th Century Realism
TERRACE AT SAINTE• Name: Monet• Impressionism
THE BURNING OF THE HOUSES                   OF PARLIAMENT• Name: Turner• Romanticism
JOHN RUSKIN• Name: Millais• 19th Century Realism
BAR AT THE POLIES-BERGERE• Name: Manet• impressionism
STARRY NIGHT• Name: Gogh• Romanticizing Postimpressionists
TERMS
• describe an art movement founded by Georges  Seurat.
NEOIMPRESSIONISM
• is an international philosophy[2] and style of art,  architecture and applied art—especially the  decorative arts—that w...
ART NOUVEAU
• is an element of a pattern, an image or part of one,  or a theme.
MOTIF
• is a Western art movement that borrows visual forms  from non-Western or prehistoric peoples
PRIMITIVISM
• Color that has no realistic or natural relation to the  object that is depicted, as in a blue horse, or a purple  cow, b...
ACTIVATEDBRUSHWORK
• where major changes in agriculture, manufacturing,  mining, transportation, and technology had a  profound effect on the...
POSITIVISM
• the practice of assembling components of a structure in a factory or other manufacturing site,
PRE FABRICATION
• is the applied use of symbols. It is a representation  that carries a particular meaning
SYMBOLISM
typically refers to a post-traditional, post-medieval                   historical period
MONDERNITY
• To have a fascination with the japanese culture
JAPONISME
was the leading English art critic of the Victorian era,also an art patron, draughtsman, water colorist, aprominent social...
JOHN RUSKIN
was a group of English painters, poets, and critics
PRE-RAPHAELITE
• a method for printing using a stone
LITHOGRAPH
• a style of painting and sculpture produced under the  influence of European academies of art.
ACADEMIC REALISM
is the discipline that deals with the nature of the                Universe as a whole
COSMOLOGY
• a paranormal double of a living person, typically  representing evil or misfortune.
DOPPELGANGER
• a trend in art and design, influenced by some ethnic  groups or civilizations since the late 19th-century
EXOTICISM
followed the standards of proper proportion andperspective, and realistic depictions with ―an air of                dignit...
ODALISQUE
the practice of an unconventional lifestyle, often in the company of like-minded people, with few permanent   ties, involv...
BOHEMIANISM
• was an artistic, literary and intellectual movement that  originated in the second half of the 18th century in  Europe, ...
ROMANTICISM
•    a genre in painting defined by subject matter rather    than an artistic style
HISTORY PAINTING
• draw inspiration from the "classical" art and culture  of Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome.
NEOCLASSICISM
were a group of 18th-century writers in France who       compiled and wrote the Encyclopédie,                   Empiricism
ENCYCLOPEDISTE
was an elite cultural movement of intellectuals in 18thcentury Europe that sought to mobilize the power of    reason in or...
ENLIGHTENMENT
• refers to buildings in a style inspired by Palladios  own work
PALLADIAN STYLE
the borrowing of a variety of styles from differentsources and combining them
ECLECTICISM
French term referring to some of the celebrated pursuits     of the idle, rich aristocrats in the 18th century
FETES GALANTES
• style which developed as Baroque artists gave up  their symmetry and became increasingly ornate,  florid, and playful.
ROCOCO
• classify architecture in terms of, materials, time  period, region, etc
REVIVAL STYLES
• a French philosopher, art critic, and writer. He was a  prominent person during the Enlightenment and is  best known for...
DENIS DIDEROT
• a theory of knowledge that asserts that knowledge  comes only or primarily via sensory
EMPIRICISM
• technique where the paint is laid very thick on the  painting surface
IMPASTOBRUSHWORK
• Both were buried from mnt. Vernon
POMPEII ANDHERCULANEUM
• italian architect and artist. His etchings of Rome and  its ruins contributed to the revival of neoclassicism.
PIRANESI
POMPEII ANDHERCULANEUM
• Both were buried from mnt. Vernon
POMPEII ANDHERCULANEUM
• Both were buried from mnt. Vernon
POMPEII ANDHERCULANEUM
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  1. 1. ART HISTORY REVIEW 3 By Meghan Gallagher 
  2. 2. PILGRIMAGE TO CYTHERA• Name: Watteau• Rococo Art
  3. 3. GRANDE ODALISQUE• Name: Ingres• Romanticism
  4. 4. THE GLEANERS• Name: Millet• 19th Century Realism
  5. 5. PAULINE BORGHESE AND VENUS VICTRIX• Name: Canova• Neoclassicism
  6. 6. GOD CREATING THE UNIVERSE• Name: Blake• Romantisism
  7. 7. THIRD-CLASS CARRIAGE• Name: Daumier• 19th Century Realism
  8. 8. MARRIAGE A LA MODE II• Name: William Hogarth• Rococo Art
  9. 9. NOCTURNE IN BLACK AND GOLD• Name: Whistler• Aestheticism
  10. 10. BEDROOM AT ARLES• Name: Van Gogh• Romanticizing Postimperssionists
  11. 11. MOUNT SAINTE VICTOIRE• Name: Cezanne• Classicizing Postimpressionists
  12. 12. PAIRS OPERA• Name: Paxton• 19th Century European Architecture
  13. 13. ZOLA• Name: Manet• Impressionism
  14. 14. THE SCREAM• Name: Munch• The Symbolist Movment
  15. 15. MOULIN DE LA GALETTE• Name: Renoir• Impressionism
  16. 16. THE KISS• Name: Klimt• The Symbolist Movment
  17. 17. THE RAFT OF THE “MEDUSA”• Name: Gericault• Romanticism
  18. 18. THE HORSE FAIR• Name: Bonheur• 19th Century Realism
  19. 19. TWO MEN CONTEMPLATING THE MOON• Name: Friedrich• Romanticism
  20. 20. STONE BREAKERS• Name: Courbet• 19th Century Realism
  21. 21. SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON THE ISLAND OF LA GRANDE JATTE• Name: Seurat• Classizising
  22. 22. THE BOATING PARTY• Name: Cassatt• Impressionism
  23. 23. THE GROSS CLINIC• Name: Eakins• 19th Century Realism
  24. 24. MONTICELLO• Name: Jefferson• Neoclassicism
  25. 25. AN EXPERIMENT ON A BIRD WITH AN AIR PUMP• Name: Wright• Rococo Art
  26. 26. THE SWING• Name: Fragonard• Rococo Art
  27. 27. THE OATH OF THE HORATII• Name: David• Neoclassicism
  28. 28. WOMEN OF ALGIERS• Name: Delacroix• Romanticism
  29. 29. SALISBURY CATHEDRAL FROM THE BISHOP’S GARDEN• Name: Constable• Romanticism
  30. 30. NADAR ELEVATING PHOTOGRAPHY TO THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT• Name: Daumier• 19th Century realism
  31. 31. ABSINTHE• Name: Degas• Impressionism
  32. 32. DEATH OF SARDANAPALUS• Name: Delacroix• Romanticism
  33. 33. TWICKENHAM• Name: Walpole• Rococo Art
  34. 34. AT THE RACES• Name: Degas• Impressionism
  35. 35. THE THINKER• Name: Rodin• Impressionism
  36. 36. ARRANGMENT IN BLACK AND GREY• Name: Mcneill• Aestheticism
  37. 37. SELF-PORTRAIT WITH HALO• Name: Gauguin• Romanticizing Postimpressionists
  38. 38. MARIE ANTOINETTE AND HER CHILDREN• Name: Vigee-Lebrun• Rococo Art
  39. 39. THE DEATH OF MARAT• Name: David• Neoclassicism
  40. 40. EUROPE A PROPHECY• Name: Blake• Romanticism
  41. 41. THE ARTIST’S STUDIO: A REAL ALLEGORY• Name: Courbet• 19th Century Realism
  42. 42. STRWBERRY HILL• Name: Walpole• Rococo
  43. 43. THE PIGHTING TEMERAIRE• Name: Turner• Romanticism
  44. 44. EXECUTIONS OF MAY THIRD• Name: Goya• Romanticism
  45. 45. VIEW FROM WINDOW AT GRAS• Name: Niepce• 19th Century Realism
  46. 46. OLYMPIA• Name: Manet• 19th Century Realism
  47. 47. SALOME WITH THE HEAD OF JOHN THE BAPTIST• Name: Beardsley• Aestheticism
  48. 48. IMPRESSION SUNRISE• Name: Monet• Impressionism
  49. 49. GALLOPING HORSE• Name: Muybridge• 19th Century Realism
  50. 50. TERRACE AT SAINTE• Name: Monet• Impressionism
  51. 51. THE BURNING OF THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT• Name: Turner• Romanticism
  52. 52. JOHN RUSKIN• Name: Millais• 19th Century Realism
  53. 53. BAR AT THE POLIES-BERGERE• Name: Manet• impressionism
  54. 54. STARRY NIGHT• Name: Gogh• Romanticizing Postimpressionists
  55. 55. TERMS
  56. 56. • describe an art movement founded by Georges Seurat.
  57. 57. NEOIMPRESSIONISM
  58. 58. • is an international philosophy[2] and style of art, architecture and applied art—especially the decorative arts—that were most popular during 1890–1910.
  59. 59. ART NOUVEAU
  60. 60. • is an element of a pattern, an image or part of one, or a theme.
  61. 61. MOTIF
  62. 62. • is a Western art movement that borrows visual forms from non-Western or prehistoric peoples
  63. 63. PRIMITIVISM
  64. 64. • Color that has no realistic or natural relation to the object that is depicted, as in a blue horse, or a purple cow, but which may have emotional or expressive significance.
  65. 65. ACTIVATEDBRUSHWORK
  66. 66. • where major changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and technology had a profound effect on the social, economic and cultural conditions of the times.
  67. 67. POSITIVISM
  68. 68. • the practice of assembling components of a structure in a factory or other manufacturing site,
  69. 69. PRE FABRICATION
  70. 70. • is the applied use of symbols. It is a representation that carries a particular meaning
  71. 71. SYMBOLISM
  72. 72. typically refers to a post-traditional, post-medieval historical period
  73. 73. MONDERNITY
  74. 74. • To have a fascination with the japanese culture
  75. 75. JAPONISME
  76. 76. was the leading English art critic of the Victorian era,also an art patron, draughtsman, water colorist, aprominent social thinker and philanthropist.
  77. 77. JOHN RUSKIN
  78. 78. was a group of English painters, poets, and critics
  79. 79. PRE-RAPHAELITE
  80. 80. • a method for printing using a stone
  81. 81. LITHOGRAPH
  82. 82. • a style of painting and sculpture produced under the influence of European academies of art.
  83. 83. ACADEMIC REALISM
  84. 84. is the discipline that deals with the nature of the Universe as a whole
  85. 85. COSMOLOGY
  86. 86. • a paranormal double of a living person, typically representing evil or misfortune.
  87. 87. DOPPELGANGER
  88. 88. • a trend in art and design, influenced by some ethnic groups or civilizations since the late 19th-century
  89. 89. EXOTICISM
  90. 90. followed the standards of proper proportion andperspective, and realistic depictions with ―an air of dignity and allure‖.
  91. 91. ODALISQUE
  92. 92. the practice of an unconventional lifestyle, often in the company of like-minded people, with few permanent ties, involving musical, artistic or literary pursuits.
  93. 93. BOHEMIANISM
  94. 94. • was an artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the 18th century in Europe, and gained strength in reaction to the Industrial Revolution.
  95. 95. ROMANTICISM
  96. 96. • a genre in painting defined by subject matter rather than an artistic style
  97. 97. HISTORY PAINTING
  98. 98. • draw inspiration from the "classical" art and culture of Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome.
  99. 99. NEOCLASSICISM
  100. 100. were a group of 18th-century writers in France who compiled and wrote the Encyclopédie, Empiricism
  101. 101. ENCYCLOPEDISTE
  102. 102. was an elite cultural movement of intellectuals in 18thcentury Europe that sought to mobilize the power of reason in order to reform society and advance knowledge.
  103. 103. ENLIGHTENMENT
  104. 104. • refers to buildings in a style inspired by Palladios own work
  105. 105. PALLADIAN STYLE
  106. 106. the borrowing of a variety of styles from differentsources and combining them
  107. 107. ECLECTICISM
  108. 108. French term referring to some of the celebrated pursuits of the idle, rich aristocrats in the 18th century
  109. 109. FETES GALANTES
  110. 110. • style which developed as Baroque artists gave up their symmetry and became increasingly ornate, florid, and playful.
  111. 111. ROCOCO
  112. 112. • classify architecture in terms of, materials, time period, region, etc
  113. 113. REVIVAL STYLES
  114. 114. • a French philosopher, art critic, and writer. He was a prominent person during the Enlightenment and is best known for serving as co-founder and chief editor of and contributor to the Encyclopédie.
  115. 115. DENIS DIDEROT
  116. 116. • a theory of knowledge that asserts that knowledge comes only or primarily via sensory
  117. 117. EMPIRICISM
  118. 118. • technique where the paint is laid very thick on the painting surface
  119. 119. IMPASTOBRUSHWORK
  120. 120. • Both were buried from mnt. Vernon
  121. 121. POMPEII ANDHERCULANEUM
  122. 122. • italian architect and artist. His etchings of Rome and its ruins contributed to the revival of neoclassicism.
  123. 123. PIRANESI
  124. 124. POMPEII ANDHERCULANEUM
  125. 125. • Both were buried from mnt. Vernon
  126. 126. POMPEII ANDHERCULANEUM
  127. 127. • Both were buried from mnt. Vernon
  128. 128. POMPEII ANDHERCULANEUM

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