Presentation on theme: "Gianlorenzo Bernini. St. Teresa of Ávila in Ecstasy. 1645–1652. Height of the group 11’ 6”."— Presentation transcript:
Gianlorenzo Bernini. St. Teresa of Ávila in Ecstasy. 1645–1652. Height of the group 11’ 6”.
Understand and assess the impact of the Council of Trent’s guidelines for the Counter-Reformation art of the Roman Catholic Church. Identify and explore the work of Bernini and Caravaggio, the dramatic intensity, technical virtuosity and unvarnished naturalism that informed the transition to the Baroque period. Trace and recognize the broad influence of Caravaggio’s style on art ACROSS Europe during the 17 th century. Understand, recognize, and analyze the how and why 17 th century artists created works that expressed the power and prestige of the monarchy. Understand, recognize and analyze the development of portraiture, still life, landscape and genre scenes as major subjects in painting, particularly in the prosperous art mark of the Netherlands. OBJECTIVES
St. Peter's Basilica and Piazza, Vatican, Rome. Carlo Maderno, façade, 1607–1626; Gianlorenzo Bernini, piazza design, c. 1656–1657.
Gianlorenzo Bernini. Baldacchino. 1624–1633. Height approx. 100’. Gianlorenzo Bernini. Chair of St. Petter Height approx. 100’.
Gianlorenzo Bernini. David Height 5’ 7”
Gianlorenzo Bernini. Pluto and Proserpina Height 5’ 7”.
Gianlorenzo Bernini. Cornaro Chapel, Church of Santa Maria Della Vittoria, Rome. 1642–1652. How does Bernini’s St. Theresa personify the Baroque style of 17th century Italy?
Francesco Borromini. Façade, Church of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, Rome. 1638–1667.
Francesco Borromini. Plan of the Church of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, Rome. 1638–1667.
Francesco Borromini. View Into the Dome of the Church of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, Rome. 1638–1667.