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Art in 16th Century Europe: High Renaissance & Mannerism
The High Renaissance View of the Sistine Chapel
Perugrino, Christ Delivering the Keys of the Kingdom to Saint Peter, 1482-1483
Mantenga, Dead Christ, 1501
Michelangelo Sistine Chapel interior
The High Renaissance Michelangelo, The Sistine Chapel ceiling, Creation of Adam, 1510
Lucas Cranach the Elder, Portrait of Martin Luther, 1533
Michelangelo, The Last Judgment, 1541
Mannerism & Baroque: Reactions to the Renaissance How did the role of Art change in the period of Reformation & Counter-Reformation?
Mannerism (Italy) Tintoretto, The Last Supper, 1592-94
Mannerism (Spain) El Greco, Portrait of an Old Man, (Self Portrait) Oil on canvass 1595 -1600 Metropolitan Museum of Art
Key Concept: Mannerism (Spain) El Greco, The Burial of the Count of Orgaz, 1586-1588
Key Concept: Mannerism (Spain) El Greco, The Burial of the Count of Orgaz 1586-1588
A response to not only Mannerism, but also to the Renaissance as a whole.
Baroque The period of Counter- Reformation will show two trends: Religious (Catholic) Baroque (Italy) and Secular (Protestant) Baroque - (Northern Europe)
Key Concept: Baroque (Italy) Caravaggio, Death of the Virgin, 1601-1606
Key Concept: Baroque (Italy) Caravaggio, Death of the Virgin (detail of Magdalene) 1601-1606
Key Concept: Baroque (Italy) Caravaggio, Penitent Magdalene, 1597
Key Concept: Baroque (Italy) Caravaggio, David [self portrait as goliath], 1609-1610
Key Concept: Baroque (Italy) Bernini, Gian Lorenzo Bust of Cardinal Armand de Richelieu 1640-41 Bernini, Gian Lorenzo Bust Costanza Bonarelli 1635
Key Concept: Baroque (Italy) Bernini, Gian Lorenzo The Ecstasy of Saint Therese 1647-52
Key Concept: Baroque (Italy) Bernini, Gian Lorenzo The Ecstasy of Saint Therese 1645-52
For next Lecture: Northern Baroque
Key Concept: Northern Baroque (Rembrandt) The artist in his studio, 1626 - 1628
Key Concept: Northern Baroque (Rembrandt) Self-Portrait 1629 Self Portrait as a Young Man 1634 -SOLD AT 15.6 MILLION
Key Concept: Northern Baroque (Rembrandt) Saskia in Pompous dress 1642 Portrait of Saskia with a flower 1641
Key Concept: Northern Baroque (Rembrandt) Portrait of Hendrickje Stofells 1659 Hendrickje Bathing in a River 1654
Key Concept: Northern Baroque (Rembrandt) Self-Portrait 1658 Self Portrait 1668
Key Concept: Northern Baroque Vermeer, The milkmaid 1658
Key Concept: Northern Baroque Vermeer, Woman with a Pearl Necklace 1662-64
Mannerism – between the Renaissance & Baroque Periods c Deliberate distortion: elongated, twisting forms -- Usually religious -- Dramatic.
European Art & Culture in the 17 th Century Unit One/Ch. 15 AP European History.
Artist- Giotto Title- “Isaac Rejects Esau” Artist- Giotto Title- “Isaac Rejects Esau”
Mannerism – between the Renaissance & Baroque Periods c Deliberate distortion: elongated, twisting forms -- Often religious -- Dramatic lighting;
Baroque Art & Architecture.
Mannerism – between the Renaissance & Baroque Periods c ish -- Deliberate distortion: elongated, twisting forms -- Often religious --multiple.
Baroque ► 1600 – ► From a Portuguese word “barocca”, meaning “a pearl of irregular shape.” ► Implies strangeness, irregularity, and extravagance.
Fall of the Byzantine Empire The Black Plague Reformation.
European Art & Culture in the 17 th Century AP European History Ms. Tully.
BAROQUE AND ROCOCO. mannerism Reflected the anxiety, uncertainty, and yearning for a spiritual experience that marked the end of the Renaissance… A deliberate.
Northern Renaissance to Baroque Rebekah Scoggins Art Appreciation February 14, 2013 (Happy Valentine’s Day!) Chapter 16 continued.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Baroque Era – defined by a music period – year of the first opera production 1750 – year of the death of Bach.
CHAPTERS REVIEW. CHAPTER 22 ITALY HIGH AND LATE RENAISSANCE & MANNERISM 1. Last Supper Da Vinci 2. Philosophy (School of Athens) Raphael.
The Renaissance. Filippo Brunelleschi, Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence, Italy.
Gianlorenzo Bernini. St. Teresa of Ávila in Ecstasy. 1645–1652. Height of the group 11’ 6”.
ART HISTORY 2051 Midterm Review: Gothic to Mannerism.
“David” by Michelangelo, 1504 “David” by Bernini, 1623.
El Greco (Domenicos Theotokopoulos), Self Portrait EL GRECO PASSIONATE VISIONARY One of he greatest Spanish painters“ but was Greek by birth.
Caravaggio and Bernini Lisa Bergman p. 7. Caravaggio’s Biography Caravaggio was known for painting in a dark manner. He was said to be an “evil genius”
BAROQUE & ROCOCO. THE BAROQUE WORLD Barroco (Port. for irregular shaped pearl) 16th century influenced by the Reformation and the 17th century by the.
Baroque Art Assignment Choose three works from those included in this presentation. For each answer the two questions that follow (a few sentences for.
Important Images: High Renaissance and Mannerism in Europe.
What do you notice about the music?. Art in the Era of Absolutism Baroque Art: 17th Century Art of the Monarchs, late Reformation and Counter Reformation.
Baroque Baroque – the modern world.
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
European Art – 16 th and 17 th Centuries How did the artistic achievements of this era reflect the political and economic developments of the period?
Art and Literature in the 17 th Century. Art - Mannerism Mannerism reflected the overall sense of upheaval of the religious wars. El Greco – Greek painter.
Mannerism Mannerism is a period of European painting, sculpture, architecture and decorative arts lasting from the later years of the Italian High Renaissance.
Baroque Art Summary Baroque Summary (1600s) Religious and political conflict around Europe (Thirty Years’ War); Catholic Church responding.
The Old Masters Collection organized by Lee Courtois.
J. NEWMAN. High Renaissance (mainly Italy) 1) Realism and Expression 2) Linear Perspective 3) Classicism (Roman and Greco influence) 4) Emphasis.
Baroque ► 1600 – ► Portuguese word “barocca” ► “a pearl of irregular shape.” ► Implies strangeness, irregularity, and extravagance. ► The more.
The Baroque World. Chapter 15: The Baroque World OUTLINE The Counter-Reformation Spirit The Visual Arts in the Baroque Period Painting in Rome: Caravaggio.
Piety and Patronage : Public Religion and Private Faith Caravaggio Presented by Shannon Damron Third Friday Culture Night - June 2008.
What is it? a cultural movement that spanned the period roughly from the 14th to the 17th century, beginning in Italy in the Late Middle Ages and later.
REMBRANDT(törzsanyag) Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn ( ) (3. Csoportképek, önarcképek)
Chapter 14: New Direction in Thought and Culture in the 16 th and 17 th Century Adapted from: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Art Review—Part One. Medieval Art The Renaissance.
Art Movements G o t h i c Renaissance B a r o q u e Mannerism Rococo Mannerist Art from painted in the manner.
Baroque – Dutch Flemish The popularity and success of the "Baroque" was encouraged by the Roman Catholic Church. They realized that artists' dramatic style.
ART of the s the door opens to the Baroque Mannerism replaces Classic perfection Counter-Reformation in Italy and Spain Louis XIV in France Mannerism.
Mr. Brook’s Renaissance & Northern Renaissance art study guide Renaissance Artists Brunelleschi Ghiberti Donatello da Vinci Michelangelo Raphael Botticelli.
Development of Painting in Europe Cimabue Giotto Ghiberti Donatello Van Eyke Masaccio Uccello Botticelli Da Vinci Michelangelo Raphael.
Historical Timeline Protestant Reformation begins in 1517 by Martin Luther Iconoclasm soon follows - Calvinists very against imagery Patronage and Artistic.
Baroque Art: Caravaggio: The Sacrifice of Isaac ( )
The Renaissance Chapter Mannerism Michelangelo was the bridge between Italian Renaissance Art and Mannerism Michelangelo was the bridge between.
BAROQUEARTBAROQUEART. BAROQUE ART Originated in Italy The artistic and musical style after the Renaissance Ornate, sensual, expressive, realistic,
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