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1 UIL ART 2013-2014 ARTWORKS Official Last Name of Artist & Name of Artwork RENAISSANCE Angelico -Saint Anthony Abbot Shunning the Mass of Gold Castagno-David with the Head of Goliath Giorgione-The Adoration of the Shepherds Holbein the Younger – Sir Brian Tuke Lotto -Portrait of a Man with Allegorical Symbols Massys -St. Jerome in Meditation Tintoretto - Doge Alvise Mocenigo and Family before the Madonna and Child BAROQUE Beert -Basket of Flowers Gentileschi -Portrait of a Young Woman as a Sibyl Lorrain -Landscape with a Rock Arch and River Ribera -Saint Bartholomew De Verwer -View of Hoorn Cuyp -Herdsmen Tending Cattle Pierson - Niche with Falconry Gear Crespi -Sleeping Shepherdess Teased by Boy Ricci -Return of the Prodigal Son Lancret -La Camargo Dancing MODERN Guardi -The Grand Canal and Punta della Dogana Giroust -Oedipus at Colonus Gerard - La belle artiste Lawrence -Lady Mary Templeton and Her Eldest Son Edmonds -Commodore Trunnion and Jack Hatchway Chasseriau -Woman and Little Girl of Constantine with a Gazelle Roesen -Still Life with Fruit and Sliced Lemon Renoir -The Seine at Chatou Fantin-Latour – Flowers and Grapes Moran -A Norther in the Gulf of Mexico Brown - Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone National Park Chase -Mrs. Chase and Child (I’m Going to See Grandma) Signac -The Bonaventure Pine TWENTIETH CENTURY Matisse -Open Window, Collioure Braque -Fishing Boats Modigliani -Young Girl with Braids Klee -Marjamshausen Grant – Indian Eyes Rothko -Light Cloud, Dark Cloud Fish -Blue Glass Mangold - Winter Writing Bates -Salt Flats Jenkins - Phenomena Imperial: Vault of Dynasty

2 Art Periods Renaissance – 1400-1600, period of ‘Rebirth’ explorations in art, science, philosophy Baroque- 1600-1750, age of scientific discoveries; formal paintings w/ great contrast and energy Modern- 1750-1900, American colonies, Industrial Revolution, and art styles- Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Impressionism, and Pointillism – developed during this period Twentieth Century- 1900-2000, artists focused on process, emotions, experience; art styles- Fauvisim, Cubism, and Abstract – developed during this period 1.A Renaissance invention that helped more people become better educated was the printing press. 2.Portraits was the most popular subjects for paintings during the Renaissance. 3. True – Genre scenes first became popular during the Baroque period. 4. In what country did the Impressionist style of painting first develop? France

3 Elements: 1.The colors red and green are complementary. 2.True- Something in a painting that repeats and creates a kind of pattern is rhythm. 3.True- The part of a painting that seems closest to the viewer is called the foreground. 4.Colors do not have a warm or cool effect, such as white, black, tan, or beige are Neutral Colors. 5.The six general subject groups are: History & Legend, Portrait, Genre, Still Life, Landscape, and Abstract.

4 Saint Anthony Abbot Shunning the Mass of Gold by Angelico 1.False – Fra Angelico became a Catholic monk before he decided to study painting. R23 (Renaissance Page 23)

5 David with the Head of Goliath by Castagno 1. Curved lines in this painting create a feeling of activity. R24

6 The Adoration of the Shepherds by Giorgione 1.True – The blue color of Mary’s cloak in this painting is a symbol of purity. 2.False – Giorgione preferred painting with tempera paints rather than with oils. 3.False- Giorgione’s influence on later artists was largely a result of his long life and career. R25

7 Sir Brian Tuke by Holbein the Younger 1.Holbein the Younger served as court painter to the king of England. 2.What shape did the artist use in Sir Brian Tuke to help give balance and structure to the composition? pyramid R26

8 Portrait of a Man with Allegorical Symbols by Lotto R27

9 St. Jerome in Meditation by Massys 1.Massys received training from his father. 2.The skull in this painting is a symbol reminding viewers of death. R28

10 Doge Alvise Mocenigo and Family before the Madonna and Child by Tintoretto 1. Assistants who worked in Tintoretto’s studio included his daughter. R29

11 Basket of Flowers by Beert 1. Beert painted during the Baroque period of art history. Baroque Page 31

12 Portrait of a Young Woman as Sibyl by Gentileschi 1. The dark background of this painting, makes the figure seem close & personal. B32

13 Landscape with a Rock Arch and River by Lorrain 1.To help draw viewer’s eyes through this painting, the artist used light on the water. 2.Lorrain spend most of his life in this country…Italy. 3.True- Lorrain’s name comes from the place where he was born. B33

14 Saint Bartholomew by Ribera 1. Saint Bartholomew would fit best into the History & Legend subject group. B34

15 View of Hoorn by de Verwer 1.Horizontal lines of water, land, and clouds help give this painting a feeling of calm. 2.False – de Verwer is best known as a genre painter. B35

16 Herdsmen Tending Cattle by Cuyp 1.To create a sense of perspective in this the painting, the artist used: warm colors in the foreground & cool colors in the background; large objects near viewer and smaller objects farther away; AND less detail the background than in the foreground…all of the above. 2. True – Traditional perspective is more important in this painting than in Fishing Boats. B36

17 Niche with Falconry Gear by Pierson 1.Light shines into this painting from the left. ch 2.The nationality of the artist Pierson is Dutch. B37

18 Sleeping Shepherdess Teased by a Boy by Crespi 1. False – This painting is larger than Light Cloud, Dark Cloud. B38

19 Return of the Prodigal Son by Ricci B39

20 La Carmargo Dancing by Lancret 1.False – The artist used the same kinds of brushstrokes for the figures and for the tree leaves in this painting. 2.La Carmargo Dancing was painted during the Baroque period. 3.True – The Rococo style of painting developed earlier than the Romantic style. B40

21 The Grand Canal and Punta della Dogana by Guardi 1.Guardi is an Italian artist from the Modern period. 2.False – This painting is considered a seascape. Modern Page 43

22 Oedipus at Colonus by Giroust 1. Architectural columns form a rhythm of vertical lines in this painting. M44

23 La belle artiste by Gerard 1. La belle artiste was painted by a woman. M45

24 Lady Mary Templetown and Her Eldest Son by Lawrence 1. Sir Thomas Lawrence is most famous for painting portraits. M46

25 Commodore Trunnion and Jack Hatchway by Edmonds 1.In this painting, the Commodore is pouring a drink. M47

26 Woman and Little Girl of Constantine with a Gazelle by Chasseriau 1. False- Chasseriau painted in the Fauvist style throughout his career. M48

27 Still Life with Fruit and Sliced Lemon by Roesen 1. In this painting, the textures of berries and of the metal dish which holds them provide and example of contrast. M49

28 The Seine at Chatou by Renoir 1.False- Realistic detail is more important than color in the composition of this painting. 2.This painting was painted in the Impressionist style. M50

29 Flowers and Grapes by Fantin-Latour 1.True – Complementary colors in this painting help add liveliness to the image. 2.True- Flowers and Grapes was created during the Modern period of art history. M51

30 A Norther in the Gulf of Mexico by Moran 1. The mood in this painting is dramatic. M52

31 Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone National Park by Brown M53

32 Mrs. Chase and Child (I’m Going to See Grandma) by Chase 1. True- The direct gaze draws viewers into this painting. M54

33 The Bonaventure Pine by Signac M55

34 Open Window, Collioure by Matisse 1.The artist intentionally left some areas of the canvas unpainted in Open Window, Collioure. 2.Matisse was one of the leaders of the group of artists who developed the style called Fauvism. Twentieth Century Page 57

35 Fishing Boats by Braque 1. Fishing Boats was painted in a style known as Cubist. TC58

36 Young Girl with Braids by Modigliani 1. True- Elongated, or stretched figures are characteristic of Modigliani’s work. TC59

37 Marjamshausen by Klee TC60

38 Indian Eyes by Grant 1. Grant is known for her painting and also for working as a writer. TC61

39 Light Cloud, Dark Cloud by Rothko 1. False- Light Cloud, Dark Cloud was painted before Lady Mary Templetown and Her Eldest Son. TC62

40 Blue Glass by Fish 1. False- Texture is a more important element than light in the composition of Blue Glass. TC63

41 Winter Writing by Mangold TC64

42 Salt Flats by Bates 1. A source of light in Salt Flats is the moon. TC65

43 Phenomena Imperial: Vault of Dynasty by Jenkins 1.True- Jenkins applied paint to his canvases by pouring it. 2.False- This painting was painted with tempera. TC66


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