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firstname.lastname@example.org http://webhost.bridgew.edu/esimpson / Exam 2 ReviewTuesday, April 5 Exam 2 Thursday, April 7 Topics covered: Christianity and Islam (Hagia Sophia-end ch. 3) Renaissance Baroque (influences, Italian, Spanish, Dutch) Rococo
5.27 Nicolas Poussin Arcadian Shepherds c. 1660 Oil on canvas. Baroque Classicism
Nicolas Poussin The Ashes of Phokion, 1648 Oil on canvas. Baroque Classicism
5.28 Charles Le Brun Louis XIV Adoring the Risen Christ 1674 Oil on canvas. French Academy
El Greco. Resurrection c. 1600-5 Oil on Canvas. Spanish Baroque
El Greco. Toledo c. 1600-10 Oil on canvas. Spanish Baroque El Greco. Toledo c. 1600-10 Oil on canvas. Spanish Baroque
Diego Velázquez. Pope Innocent X 1650Oil on canvas. 1651Spanish Baroque
5.32 Diego Velázquez Las Meninas 1656 Oil on canvas. Spanish Baroque
Dutch Baroque New Republic of Netherlands, 1609 Calvinism Landscapes, genre scenes, still lifes, portraits Art market Realism and Naturalism Spirituality in everyday
Pieter Sanredam, Interior of the Choir of St. Bavo’s, Haarlem 1637 Oil on oak panel. Dutch Baroque
Gerard Terborch Boy Removing Fleas from his Dog c. 1658 Oil on Canvas Dutch Baroque
Peter Paul Rubens Descent from the Cross (central panel) 1611-14. Oil on canvas. Antwerp Cathedral. 13’ 9 3/8” x 11’ 9 ¾” Dutch Baroque
Titian. Rape of Europa c. 1559-62.
5.37 Hagesandros, Athenodoros, and Poldorus Laocoön and His Two Sons 1st century CE. Marble Hellenistic
5.38 Peter Paul Rubens Triumph of Juliers from the Marie de’ Medici cycle c. 1622-25. Oil on canvas, 14’11” x 9’6” Dutch Baroque
Peter Paul Rubens Arrival and Reception of Marie de’Medici at Marseilles 1621-25. Oil on canvas. 13’ x10’ Dutch Baroque
Gerrit van Honthorst Merry Company (The Prodigal Son in the Brothel) 1620 Oil on canvas. Dutch Baroque
Rembrant van Rijn Descent from the Cross c. 1633 Oil on canvas Dutch Baroque
Rembrandt Self Portrait with Saskia on His Lap c. 1635 oil on canvas 5’ 8 3/8” x 4’ 3 ½” Self Portrait c. 1659 oil on canvas 33 ¼” X 26”
Rembrandt Militia Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq 1642. Oil on canvas Dutch Baroque
Rembrandt Christ Presented to the People 1655, Etching 5.48 First state 5.49 Last state
5.51 Frans Hals. Laughing Cavalier 1624 Oil on canvas Dutch Baroque
5.53 Johannes Vermeer Interior with a Woman Reading a Letter c. 1662-4 Oil on canvas. 18 1/3” x 15 1/3” Dutch Baroque
Johannes Vermeer A Maidservant Pouring Milk c. 1660. Oil on canvas 1’57/8” x. 1’ 4 1/8” Dutch Baroque
5.56 Jacob van Ruisdael View of Haarlem from the Dunes at Overveen c. 1670 Oil on canvas. Dutch Baroque
Maria van Oosterwyck Still Life with a Vanitas Theme 1668 Oil on canvas Dutch Baroque
6.2 Louis le Vau and Jules Hardouin Mansart Palace of Versailles 1669-85. Garden façade. Baroque
6.3 Jules Hardouin Mansart and Charles Le Brun Hall of Mirrors Interior of Palace, begun 1678. Baroque/Rococo
6.6 André Le Nôtre Plan of the Gardens and Park of Versailles 17th century engraving
Rococo Rocaille, coquille Interior design for aristocracy Gilded molding, ornamentation Fun, frivolous Silvers, pastels intimacy Bach, Viladi Age of Enlightenment (18 th century) salonnières
Germain Boffrand Salon de la Princess Hôtel de Soubise Paris, Begun 1732 Rococo
6.7 Antoine Watteau, Embarkation from Cythera 1717. Oil on canvas. Rococo
Antoine Watteau Gilles undated oil on canvas Rococo
Jean Honoré Fragonard The Swing 1767 Rococo
William Hogarth Marriage à la mode II 1745 Oil on canvas English Rococo
Baroque Art in Northern Europe and Rococo Art William V. Ganis, PhD.
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