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Baroque Art 17 th Century Italy, Spain, Flanders, Holland, France, England 2 nd ed chap 19 3 rd ed chap 22.

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1 Baroque Art 17 th Century Italy, Spain, Flanders, Holland, France, England 2 nd ed chap 19 3 rd ed chap 22

2 17 th Cen Baroque Characteristics Early Baroque = harsh realism of Caravaggio Academic Baroque = Carracci High Baroque = exuberance of Bernini & Rubens Spanish Baroque = realism & meticulous textures French Baroque = restrained & Classical Baroque of Holland = earthly bourgeois

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4 Fra Andrea Pozzo

5 Fra Andrea Pozzo, Glorification of St. Ignatius, ceiling fresco Pieter Saenredam, Interior of the Choir of St. Bavo’s Church Haarlem, 1660

6 Michelangelo Merisi CARAVAGGIO Self Portrait as Bacchus

7 Caravaggio, Crucifixion of St. Peter,

8 Caravaggio, Conversion of St. Paul, 1601

9 Caravaggio, Calling of St. Matthew, c

10 Caravaggio, Death of the Virgin,

11 Caravaggio, Entombment

12 Caravaggio David with the Head of Goliath, 1606

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14 Artemisia Gentileschi

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16 Caravaggio Artemisia Gentileschi Judith Slaying Holofernes

17 Italian Baroque Painting: Overall Stylistic Characteristics Increased sense of naturalism due to contemporizing religious subject matter and using everyday faces-the common man, unidealized, human earthly Dramatic lighting-using clearly defined and specific light sources, often w/in the picture- creates dramatic modeling of form (in chiaroscuro) emerging out of the darkness: tenebrism The use of saturated, intense, dramatic color

18 Spanish Baroque Characteristics Make a list Realism and meticulous textures

19 Jose de Ribera, Martyrdom of St. Bartholomew

20 Francisco de Zurbaran, St. Serapion, 1628

21 Francisco de Zurbaran, St. Francis in Meditation, 1639

22 Ribera Zurbaran

23 Diego Velazquez

24 Velazquez Juan de Pareja, Water Carrier of Seville, 1619

25 Velazquez, The Surrender at Breda,

26 Velazquez, Las Meninas (Maids of Honor), 1656

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35 February 12, 2009 Daily grade Name: _____________Per: ______Teacher: _________ Biographer Giovanni Bellori said about Caravaggio in 1672: “There is no question that Caravaggio advanced the art of painting because he came upon the scene at a time when realism was not much in fashion and when figures were made according to convention and manner satisfied more the taste for gracefulness than for truth. Thus by avoiding all prettiness and vanity in his color, Caravaggio strengthened his tones and gave them flesh and blood.” –Bellori, The Lives of Modern Painters, Sculptors, and Architects. Choose and identify a work by Caravaggio. Discuss the validity of Bellori’s statement about Caravaggio’s work in view of art works that have preceded it.

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41 Maderno, facade of St. Peter’s

42 Francesco Borromini, San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane

43 Interior Dome of Church of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, Francesco Borromini

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47 Flanders Baroque Characteristics Make a list

48 Peter Paul Rubens

49 Peter Paul Rubens, Lion Hunt,

50 Peter Paul Rubens, Arrival of Marie de Medici at Marseilles,

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52 El Greco, Burial of Count Orgaz, 1586

53 Annibale Carracci, Loves of the Gods, Palazzo Farnese, , Rome

54 Guido Reni, Aurora,

55 Il Guercino, Aurora,

56 Reni vs. Guercino Quadro Riportato

57 Fra Andrea Pozzo

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59 Fra Andrea Pozzo, Glorification of St. Ignatius, ceiling fresco Pieter Saenredam, Interior of the Choir of St. Bavo’s Church Haarlem, 1660

60 Annibale Carracci, Flight into Egypt,

61 Salvator Rosa, St. John the Baptist in the Wilderness, 1640

62 Fra Andrea Pozzo, Glorification of St. Ignatius,

63 French Baroque Characteristics Make a list How does French Baroque differ from Italian Baroque? How do these differences reflect the French and Italian temperaments of this time period?

64 Claude Perrault, Louis Le Vau, & Charles Le Brun, east facade of Louvre, Paris,

65 How does Louis XIV “use” art? How does his use of art differ from the Catholic Church?

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67 Palace of Versailles

68 Nicolas Poussin

69 Poussin, Et in Arcadia Ego, 1638

70 Poussin, Holy Family on the Steps, 1648

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72 Lorrain, Embarkation of the Queen of Sheba, 1648

73 Hyacinthe Rigaud, Louis XIV, 1701 Poussin, Et in Arcadia Ego, 1638

74 Georges de la Tour, Adoration of the Shepherds,

75 La Tour, Magdalen with the Smoking Flame, c. 1640

76 Baroque in Holland Characteristics Make a list

77 Frans Hals, Willem Coymans, 1645

78 Frans Hals, Archers of St. Hadrian, 1633

79 Judith Leyster, Self-Portrait, 1635

80 Rembrandt Van Rijn

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82 Rembrandt Supper at Emmaus, Supper at Emmaus, 1648

83 Rembrandt, Night Watch, 1642

84 Rembrandt, Three Crosses, Fourth state dry point engraving

85 Jan Vermeer

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88 Vermeer, View of Delft, 1662

89 Vermeer, Woman Holding a Balance, 1664

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