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Art in the 18th century

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Arts styles of the 18th century

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Art in the 18th century

  1. 1. ART OF THE 18TH CENTURY
  2. 2. -BAROQUE -ROCOCO -NEW CLASSICISM ART STYLES
  3. 3. BAROQUE - Style linked to the Ancien Régime - It continued to be predominant for many years in the 18th century. -Decoration became more complicated and exuberant. ARCHITECTURE - José de Churriguera: Altarpiece of San Esteban in Salamanca Cathedral - Pedro de Ribera: Old Hospice in Madrid) - Hipólito Rovira: Palace of the Marquis of Dos Aguas in Valencia - Juvara, Sachetti and Sabatini: Royal Palace in Madrid SCULPTURE - Francisco Salzillo : processional floats for the Holy Week. ALTARPIECE OF SAN ESTEBAN IN SALAMANCA CATHEDRAL, JOSÉ DE CHURRIGUERA
  4. 4. MADRID MAIN SQUARE, JUAN GÓMEZ DE MORA
  5. 5. FACADE OF THE OLD HOSPICE IN MADRID, PEDRO DE RIBERA
  6. 6. ROYAL PALACE (MADRID), JUVARA, SACHETTI AND SABATINI
  7. 7. THE AGONY IN THE GARDEN THE FALL Francisco Salzillo sculpted several processional floats for the Holy Week SAINT JOHN
  8. 8. ROCOCÓ - It appeared in France around 1730. -The name Rococo comes from rocaille (stone) and coquille (shell) and it was a decorative and overelaborated style, used as a complement of architecture. - Florid and playful decorations were used in tapestry, furniture, small sculptures, clocks… -It was considered to be a superficial, frivolous and poor taste style.
  9. 9. AMALIENBURG HUNTING PAVILION (MUNICH) HALL OF THE MIRRORS
  10. 10. OTTOBEUREN ABBEY (BAVARIA)
  11. 11. PALACE OF THE MARQUIS OF DOS AGUAS (VALENCIA) Hipólito Rovira and Antonio Vergara
  12. 12. GASPARINI HALL, ROYAL PALACE IN MADRID
  13. 13. PORCELAIN ROOM, ROYAL PALACE (MADRID)
  14. 14. PORCELAIN ROOM, ROYAL PALACE OF ARANJUEZ(MADRID)
  15. 15. ROCOCO STYLE FURNITURE
  16. 16. PLEASURES OF THE DANCE, WATTEAU - In painting, use of delicate colors and curving forms. - Pastoral landscapes -Themes: leisure activities s of aristocrats, frivolous entertainments (Fêtes galantes) , portraits PILGRIMAGE TO CITHERA, WATTEAU
  17. 17. THE SWING, FRAGONARD PORTRAIT OF THE MARQUISE OF POMPADOUR, BOUCHER
  18. 18. MARIE ANTOINETTE WITH A ROSE, ÉLISABETH VIGÉE-LEBRUN MARIE LOUISE O´MURPHY, BOUCHER
  19. 19. NEW CLASSICISM - It was a revival of classicism and drew inspiration from ancient Greece and Rome: beauty, perfection and proportions, use of classical architectural elements (orders of columns, pediments, arches, domes…), imitation of Greek and Roman sculptures, use of historical themes in painting.. - Factors that contributed to its development: -ideas of Enlightenment -discovery of the ruins of Pompeii - the French Revolution CHURCH OF THE MADELEINE PARIS
  20. 20. CHURCH OF SAINTE GENEVIÈVE (PRESENT PANTHEON) SOUFFLOT, PARIS
  21. 21. L´ÉTOILE TRIUMPHAL ARCH , PARIS
  22. 22. VENDÔME SQUARE, PARIS
  23. 23. BRITHISH MUSEUM, LONDON
  24. 24. BRANDENBOURG GATE, LANGHANS, BERLIN
  25. 25. MUNICH GLYPTOTHEK, VON KLENZE, GERMANY
  26. 26. EL PRADO MUSEUM, VENTURA RODRÍGUEZ, MADRID
  27. 27. ALCALÁ GATE, SABATINI
  28. 28. PAULINE BONAPARTE, ANTONIO CANOVA JASON, THÖRWALDSEN
  29. 29. OATH OF THE HORATTI, JACQUES- LOUIS DAVID Allegory about loyalty to the State and the king
  30. 30. TENNIS COURT OATH, JACQUES-LOUIS DAVID
  31. 31. NAPOLEON CROSSING THE ALPS, JACQUES- LOUIS DAVID
  32. 32. THE CORONATION OF NAPOLEON JACQUES LOUIS DAVID

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