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1 Test Dialogue What did you learn about what you need to avoid when you tackle the MC questions? how best to approach MC questions? the topics that you are strong & weak in

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4 A revival of interest in Classical Art Chiaroscuro Perspective Red & Blue Triangles Portraiture Natural landscapes 3-D Sculpture Individualism Humanism

5 Italian Renaissance – Catholic Patronage Quattrocento (1400s) – FLORENCE, Medicis Cinquecento (1500s) - ROME

6 Bramantes Tempietto Michaelangelos Pieta Brunelleschi Florence Raphaels School of Athens

7 Renaissance Artist Names Brunelleschi Donatello Leonardo da Vinci Michelangelo Raphael

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9 End of the Renaissance or Beginning of the Baroque Instability that exaggerates or fantasizes the human form Historical Time Period: Reformation & Counter Reformation emotionalism, elongated human figures, strained poses, unusual effects of scale, lighting or perspective, vivid often garish colours.

10 Mannerism Artists Bronzino Correggio Durer El Greco Parmagianino Pontormo Phillip II of Spain builds Escorial

11 The Holy Trinity (1577) by El Greco. Hendrick Goltzius Bust of a man with a tasseled cap, 1587 Giuseppe Arcimboldo (d. 1593) Spring

12 Music: Monteverdi (Modern Opera)

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14 Ornamentation & curved rather than straight lines Absolutism (Palaces) – Louis XIVs Palace of Versailles Sought to Overwhelm the Viewer Grandeur Richness Drama

15 Baroque Subjects Landscapes Scenes of everyday life

16 Dutch Baroque Painting: Scenes of maritime trade, banking, commerce, portraiture & Still-lifes Rembrandt

17 Rembrandts Anatomy Lesson Rembrandts Night Watch

18 English Baroque Painting Inspired by Dutch Emphasizes Portraiture

19 French Baroque Art Louis XIV moves the center of art from Rome to Paris French Academy Centralization of art in the service of the state la gloire de la France!

20 Baroque Artists Bernini Caravaggio Poussin Rembrandt Musicians Bach Handel Vivaldi

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22 Art is lighter & less formal compared to Baroque Increased focus on nobles Increased participation & patronage by Bourgeoisie

23 Rococo Artists Boucher Fragonard Hogarth Rigaud Watteau

24 Francois Boucher, The Fountain of Love Watteau, Jean-Antoine The Embarkation for Cythera The Swing 1787

25 Frederick the Great builds Sans Souci

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27 Transition period towards Romanticism Looked to ancient Greece & Rome for inspiration (courage, sacrifice, love of country)

28 Neoclassical Artists Canova Jacque Louis David Goya Gros Ingres Vigee Le Brun "La Colère d'Achille" ("Wrath of Achilles") by French painter Michel Martin Drolling 1810

29 Davids Death of Socrates

30 Neoclassical Musicians Beethoven Haydn Mozart Rossini Schubert

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32 Glorification of the past Nature Patriotism Heroism Supernatural Cute peasants Emphasis on FEELING, not reason

33 Romanticism Artists Corot Delacroix Gericault Millet Rousseau Rude

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35 (3) Man and Woman Gazing at the Moon

36 Romanticism Musicians Beethoven Brahms Chopin Dvorak Liszt Mendelssohn Rossini Schubert Schumann Tchaikovsky Wagner

37 Ludwig van Beethoven One of the 1 st composers to elicit inner human emotion through music 9 th Symphony (Ode to Joy), Moonlight Sonata, Furelise

38 Frederic Chopin Wrote several piano works that highlighted Polish folk songs & dances

39 Richard Wagner German nationalist composer who strongly emphasized Germanic myths & legends in his operas

40 Peter Tchaikovsky Great Russian compose r

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42 Depiction of real people & events. Portrays peasants & workers who are not cute Based on FACT not emotion Grittier & w/ more attention to social problems & social context

43 Realism Artists Courbet Daumier Eiffel (designed the Eiffel Tower) Haussmann Millet

44 c) The Stonebreakers

45 Courbet – The Source

46 b) The Gleaners

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48 Use of new subject matter & a new way of looking at the world Everyday life of middle class becomes acceptable subject for high art Outdoor paintings helped them play w/ light

49 Impressionistic Artists Cezanne Degas Money Munch Renoir

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56 Variety of styles that use impressionism as a jumping off point Pointillism – viewers eyes mix small dots of colors

57 Most famous Post- Impressionistic Artist Vincent Van Gogh

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62 Symbolism Decadent Eerie supernaturalism, dreams & very decadent Example: Munchs The Scream

63 Modern Art Influenced by Freud, Einstein, WWI and II and atomic age

64 Movements & People Cubism Expressionism Futurism Dadaism Surrealism Social realism Boccioni Dali Duchamp Kandinsky Matisse Picasso Pollack Warhol

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67 Distortion & use of color to portray emotion Expression over detail Objects fade away & replaced w/ abstraction Munch (1893) – the Scream Kandinsky (1913) – Composition VII

68 Broke images down to simpler forms & then reassembled for different perspectives Influenced by theory of relativity Picasso

69 Picasso (1937)- Guernica

70 Nude Descending a Staircase (1913) by Marcel Duchamp Dali (1930) – The Persistence of Memory

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