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Baroque

dramatic


barrocco (portuguese) - irregularly shaped pearls


dynamic/dynamism - dynamic compositions



Baldacchino

a canopy built over the altar - Bernini Baldacchino

Plastic/Plasticity

architectural term - concave and convex curves rippling (Borromini's Facade of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane)

Pastoral Landscape

Lanscape formula: designo concept. Human beings on small scale, some kind of architecture (man's impact on nature), meandering pathways zig-zag, time of day is dusk, twilight, or sunset ... not a real landscape

Tenebrism

a violent, intense spotlight on main characters surrounded by darkness (shadow - tenebroso)

Etching

engrave (metal, glass, or stone) by coating it with a protective layer, drawing on it with a needle, and then covering it with acid to attack the parts the needle has exposed, especially in order to produce prints from it.

Louis XIV

Absolutism

Enlightenment

Neoclassicism - age of enlightenment coincides with art movement, age of reason, everything is brought into question - old beliefs and religion ... everything must be scientifically proven




Ancien regime: old order - king - aristocracy and church. religion: god is no longer the evacenter. focus is on man and history of man

Philosophes

Voltaire: designo. Intellectual expression ... opposed to monarchy, attacked ancien regime in pamphlets, desired freedom of thought (expression) above all other considerations, writings led to French Revolution




Rousseau: colore. Emotional ... natural man, nature should be our guide. Emotions are the most important element of mankind, our emotions make us human. Society had corrupted humanity.

Neoclassicism

Propaganda

Royal Academy



Maderno


St. Peter's Basilica - facade and nave


architecture



Bernini


Baldacchino


Bronze sculpture



Bernini

David


Marble sculpture




Carracci


Landscape with the Flight into Egypt


Oil on Canvas



Caravaggio


The Conversion of St. Paul


Oil on Canvas



Gentileschi


Judith and her Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes


Oil on Canvas



Gaulli


Triumph of the Name of Jesus


Ceiling Fresco



Cotan


Quince, Cabbage, Melon and Cucumber


Oil on Canvas



Velazquez


The Maids of Honor


Oil on Canvas



Rigaud


Louis XIV


Oil on Canvas


Hardouin-Mansart


Palace of Versailles


Architecture - symbol of absolutism



Le Brun


Hall of Mirrors, Palace of Versailles


Interior design



Poussin


Et in Arcadia Ego


Oil on Canvas



Clodion


Nymph and Satyr Carousing


Terra cotta sculpture



Watteau


A Pilgrimage to Cythera


Oil on Canvas



Fragonard


The Swing


Oil on Canvas



Hogarth


The Orgy, Scene III from the Rake's Progress


Engraving



Vigee-Lebrun


Self-Portrait with Daughter


Oil on Canvas



David


The Death of Marat


Oil on Canvas



West - Royal Academy


The Death of General Wolfe


Oil on Canvas



Soufflot


The Pantheon


Architecture



Walpole - Gothic Revival


Strawberry Hill


Architecutre



Houdon


Voltaire Seated


Terra cotta sculpture