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Goya, The Family of Charles IV, 1800

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Goya, The Third of May, 1808, ~1814-15

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Blake, Elohim creating Adam, 1795

(pre)ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Constable, The Haywain, 1821

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Turner, The Slave Ship

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Turner, Burning of Houses of Parliament

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Friedrich, Abbey in an Oak Forest

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Ingres, Grand Odalisque

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Ingres, Portrait of Mme Inés Moitessier

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Géricault, Charging Chasseur

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Géricault, The Raft of the Medusa

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Delacroix, Death of Sardanapalus

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Delacroix, Women of Algiers

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Corot, Souvenir de Mortefontaine

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

Rousseau, Under the Birches, Evening

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850)

ROMANTICISM (c. 1780-1850) artists

John Henry Fuseli (1741-1825)

William Blake (1757-1827)

J.M.W. Turner (1775-1851)

John Constable (1776-1837)

Francesco Goya (1745-1828)

Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840)

Thomas Cole (1801-1848)

Theodore Géricault (1745-1824)

Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863)

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796-1875)* Théodore Rousseau (1812-1867)*

Jean-Auguste0Dominque Ingres

(1780-1825)—also listed under Neo-Classicism

Watteau, A Pilgrimage to Cythera, 1717

c. 1715-1770 ROCOCO

Boucher, Portrait of Madame Pompadour,1756

c. 1715-1770 ROCOCO

Fragonard, The Swing,1775-80

c. 1715-1770 ROCOCO

Rosalba Carriera, Charles Sackville

c. 1715-1770 ROCOCO

Chardin, Soap Bubbles

c. 1715-1770 ROCOCO

William Hogarth, The Orgy

c. 1715-1770 ROCOCO

Gainsborough, Portrait of Mrs. Richard Brinsley Sheridan

c. 1715-1770 ROCOCO

c. 1715-1770 ROCOCO artists

Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721)

François Boucher (1703-1770)

Jean Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806)

Rosalba Carriera (1675-1757)

Jean-Siméon Chardin (1669-1779)

William Hogarth (1697-1764)

Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788)

Angelica Kauffmann, Cornelia Presenting her Treasures c1785

c. 1750-1850 NEOCLASSICISM

Joseph Wright, The Old Man and Death

c. 1750-1850 NEOCLASSICISM

John Henry Fuseli, The Nightmare

c. 1780-1850 ROMANTICISM

David, The Oath of the Horatii 1784-5

c. 1750-1850 NEOCLASSICISM

David, The Death of Marat

c. 1750-1850 NEOCLASSICISM

David, Portrait of Pope Pius VII and Cardinal Caprara 1804

c. 1750-1850 NEOCLASSICISM

Vigée-Lebrun, Self Portrait with Daughter 1789 c. c. 1750-1850 NEOCLASSICISM

During the 18th century in England, paradoxically,

Gothic revival and Romantic undercurrents paralleled Classical revival and painting based in Greco-Roman antiquity.

When Watteau submitted A Pilgrimage to Cythera to the Academy, a new category was added to its hierarchy. The new category is known as

Fête galante or outdoor entertainment.

Historians know about The Swing's commission that the patron

Appealed to the patron's desire to see his mistress's legs in a sort of erotic fantasy.

Commissioned by King Louis XVI before the French Revolution began.

David, Oath of the Horatii

Depicted the assassinated leader of the Terror as a martyr.

David, Death of Marat

Conveyed the brutality of the French imperial troops against local rebels.

Goya, The Third of May 1808

Based on the artist's observed experiences as an official artist for the French delegation.

Delacroix, Women of Algiers

During the initial advances of Napoleon's Russian campaigns

Géricault, Charging Chasseur

Géricault's Raft of the Medusa was revolutionary because he:

Explored the psychological and physical experience of survival during a natural disaster.

Which of the following is the best description of what Goya did in The Family of Charles IV?

In contrast to conventional royal portraits, the artist depicts the family as unidealized and associates his own accomplishments with the artist Velázquez.

Which statement BEST describes the artist's media in Elohim creating Adam?

The artist took a black-paint impression off millboard, a second color impression and finished with watercolor.

The Slave Ship shows evidence of what artistic idea of the 19th century?

Certain colors are associated with different emotions and are strengthened in impact through the use of complements.

During the Rococo period, the conflict between line and color that was identified by Vasari, is evident in the divide of the French Academy into two factions:

Poussinistes and the Rubénistes

What was radical about Corot's technique in Souvenir de Mortefontaine?

He made small studies en plein air and then refused to idealize them when he enlarged the canvas in his studio.

In terms of context, Grand Odalisque and Death of Sardanapalus are part of the French discourse known as __________________ during the 19th century.


With which idea of Romanticism is The Haywain most closely associated?

Nostalgia and longing for pre-industrialized Europe.

Rosalba Carriera is known for her work in what medium, used to execute this painting:


With which idea of Romanticism is The Slave Ship most closely associated?

A quest for the sublime.

The Barbizon school is most closely associated with

Landscape painting in situ (on site).

This caricature sums up the artistic debate about line and color. Which is the best interpretation of the image?

Delacroix is more painterly and fits the designation "colore," meaning he follows in the tradition of Rubens.

In comparison to the Baroque, art in the style Rococo (sometimes called Late Baroque) is more likely to be

Depicting an enchanted artificial environment that is removed from a real life.

As an art critic, Denis Diderot (like other Enlightenment thinkers) favored the art of Jean-Siméon Chardin over the art of François Boucher and the Rococo. Diderot's primary reason for admiring Chardin was:

The visual truth in the way he represented the material world.

The Nightmare explores which idea of Romanticism most fully?

The exploration of the erotic, emotional and irrational aspects of human nature.

Angelica Kauffmann's painting Cornelia Presenting Her Children as Her Treasures (Mother of the Gracchi) is a painting that shows the Neoclassical use of Greek and Roman literature. The painting also met the contemporary standard that art

Provide an example of virtue to its viewers.

The strong contrast of light and dark that Caravaggio uses in the Calling of Saint Matthew is known as


Baroque Art is characterized by which 3 attributes?

sensual richness, movement, emotional expressiveness

What is the story of Judith and Holofernes that was depicted by Artemisia Gentileschi?

Judith and her maidservant saved their people by getting the Assyrian general drunk and cutting off his head.

Gianlorenzo Bernini is known not only as a sculptor, but also as the

Architect who transformed the interior spaces of St. Peter's in Rome.

What do we know about the sitter in this portrait?

He was the artist's assistant, an enslaved person of mixed Moroccan and Spanish descent. who became a painter after emancipation

Which of the following printmaking techniques is NOT evident in this work?


Which of the following is a true statement about The Maids of Honor (Las Meninas)?

The red cross insignia on his chest was painted after the artist's death.

Illusionist ceiling paintings were popular during the Baroque period. Which of the following correctly describes a type of illusionism that was practiced during this period?

Painted architectural framework to look like it is three-dimensional.

In his early years (before 1620), Diego Velázquez is best known for his bodegónes, which are

"Kitchen paintings" showing scenes of people eating and drinking.

Especially in Italy and Spain, the two most powerful institutions associated with patronage of Baroque Art were

The Roman Catholic Church and absolute monarchies

Like the illusionist Italian ceiling painters of his generation, Bernini's image demonstrates how the artist:

Positioned the sculpture so that he sets one specific viewpoint rather than inviting the public to view from many different angles.

The artist of Birth of Venus(Poussin) was from ______________, but painted primariy in _________________.

France; Rome

In this portrait, what does your textbook identify as most important about Gentileschi' self-representation?

She embodies the attributes of the allegorical female figure of Painting.

Caravaggio, The Calling of St. Matthew, 1599-1600

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Caravaggio, The Conversion of St. Paul, 1601

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Artemesia Gentileschi, Judith and her Maidservant with the head of Holofernes, 1625

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Artemesia Gentileschi, Self-Portrait as the Allegory of Painting, 1630s

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Annibale Carracci, Farnese Palace Ceiling(loves of the gods) 1597-1601

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Bernini, David, 1623

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Bernini, The Ecstasy of St. Theresa, 1645-1652

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Velázquez, Juan de Pareja, 1650

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Velázquez, The Maids of Honor (Las Meninas),1656

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Rubens, The Raising of the Cross, 1610

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Rubens, Arrival of Marie de’ Medici Landing in Marseilles, 1622-25

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Rubens(&frans snyders for bird), Prometheus Bound, 1612

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Anthony van Dyck, Portrait of Charles I Hunting, c1635

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Clara Peeters, Still Life with Flowers,1612

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Frans Hals, The Jolly Toper,1628-30

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Judith Leyster, The Proposition,1631

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Rembrandt van Rijn, The Militia Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq (“The Night Watch”),1642

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Rembrandt van Rijn, The Hundred Guilder Print(christ preaching), 1647

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Rembrandt van Rijn, Self-Portrait,1658

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Jacob van Ruisadel, The Jewish Cemetery

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Jan Steen, The Feast of St. Nicholas,1660-65

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Vermeer, Woman Holding a Balance1662-3

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Poussin, The Rape of the Sabines, 1663-34

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Poussin, The Birth of Venus,1635-6

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

Claude Gellée, also called Claude Lorrain, Landscape with Cattle and Peasants, 1629

c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE

during what movement did portraitists first try to make their subjects appear elegant and culture?


what are 3 modern concerns that first become evident in the subjects of baroque art?

class, gender, sexuality

romatic quest for art, combined images of danger & pain with ideas of pleasure, associated w philosophical idea of?


artists of barbizon school drew attention when they went into forests of fontainebleau w their paints to sketch

en plein air

massacios tribute money demonstrates 2 kinds of perspective:

linear, atmospheric

major event of 16th cent. radically changed poli. and reli. cultural situation for artists:

protestant reformation

19th cent. fascination w islamic arabic jewish culture as erotic and exotic:


sculptural project is often considered to mark beginning of renaissance

ghiberti, gates of paradise(sacrifice of isaac)

international political event at end of 18th cent had transforming impact in neoclassical and romantic art

french revolution(1789)

which italian artistic center had closest connection w byzantine & islamic culture


when print made by incising lines on metal plate placing it in an acid bath this is process known as:


desire to make art that depicted irregularities of nature and pleasant scene of country side:


city developed tradition of making lush pastoral landscapes


vasari established 2 categ. of painting one associated w florence one w venice, italian terms:

disegno and colore

term to describe how artists make piece appear to share the physical space w viewer to imitate the subject precisely


c. 1590-1750 BAROQUE artists

Annibale Carracci (1560-1609) Caravaggio (1571-1610) Artemisia Gentileschi (c. 1593-1653) Gianlorenzo Bernini (1598-1680) Diego Velázquez (1599-1665) Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) Clara Peeters (active 1607-c. 1621) Anthony van Dyck (1599-1640) Frans Hals (1580-1666) Judith Leyster (1609-1660) Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1699) Jacob van Ruisdael (c. 1628-1682) Jan Steen (c. 1660-1665) Jan Vermeer van Delft (1632-1675)Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665)Claude Lorrain (1604/5?-1682)

c. 1750-1850 NEOCLASSICISM

Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1802) Angelica Kauffmann (1741-1807) Benjamin West (1738-1820) John Singleton Copley (1737-1815) Joseph Wright of Derby (1734-1797) Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825) Marie-Louise-Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun (1755-1842) Antonio Canova (1757-1822) Jean-Auguste0Dominque Ingres (1780-1825)