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1541-1614 Domenikos Theotocopoulos AKA
A. History 1. Painted during reign of Felipe II a. Religious feelings intense b. Inquisition strong c. Terror in Spain d. Large empire to maintain e. Working class suffered
B. Themes 1. Saints/pairs of Saints 2. Christ/Virgin Mary 3. Scenes from Bible-mystic exaltation 4. Views of Toledo 5. Man’s relationship with Heaven
C. Style 1. Use of light & shadow (light through space) 2. Sky-dense & mysterious 3. Dark colors-red represents martyrdom 4. Bodies, hands, feet-long & slender 5. Sad, clear, large eyes 6. Sky represents heaven/idealism 7. Earth represents realism
D. Works 1. St. Peter with keys 2. View of Toledo 3. The Burial of Count Orgasz 4. Christ with Cross 5. Christ on Cross 6. Knight with hand on breast 7. Other Saint portraits
“View of Toledo”
“The Burial of Count Orgasz”
El Greco’s Son
“Christ Carrying Cross”
“Christ on the Cross”
“St. John the Baptist”
“Knight with Hand on Breast”
“Mary Magdalena in Penitence”
“Repentant Peter” “Tears of St. Peter” “St. Peter with Keys”
“St. Martin and Beggar”
“St. Andrew & St. Francis”
“St. Jerome, Cardinal”
“St. Louis, King of France” Louis IX
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APOSTLES CREED All: I believe in God, the Father almighty, Creator of heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord, who was conceived.
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Mannerism – between the Renaissance & Baroque Periods c ish -- Deliberate distortion: elongated, twisting forms -- Often religious --multiple.
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