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Title: Western Art through the Ages Part 1 Medieval Renaissance Baroque (Counter-Reformation) Northern Realism (17th Century)


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Western Art through the Ages Part 1
Medieval Renaissance Baroque (Counter-Reformatio
n) Northern Realism (17th Century)
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with background music by Johann Sebastian Bach
George Friedrich Handel Antonio Vivaldi et.al.
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Characteristics Values Representative Artists of
Dominant Styles
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Caveat It is not easy to distinguish one art
period from another. There are overlapping time
frames.
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Medieval Religious Transcendental Otherworldly
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Medieval
  • Byzantine style dominates
  • Religious scenes with stiff, one-dimensional
    figures associated with the priestly functions of
    the church
  • Backgrounds generally in gold to provide
    illumination in the church

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Berlinghieri Left St. Francis Altarpiece Above
Madonna and Child with Saints and Crucifixion
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Paolo Veneziano The Crucifixion 1349
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Sasseta, The Burning of a Heretic 1423-26
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Hans Memling The Man of Sorrows in the Arms of
the Virgin 1475
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Italian (Florentine) Profile portrait of a lady
Ca 1475 Transitional piece into Renaissance
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Sebastiaen VRANCX The Crossing of the Red Sea c.
1597-1600
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Renaissance Secularism individualism virtu
(excellence) balance order passivity calm
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Renaissance
  • An art of line and edges
  • Figures from the Bible, classical history, and
    mythology
  • Commissioned portraits
  • Use of perspective
  • Chiaroscuro (light dark) to achieve rounded
    effect
  • Secular backgrounds and material splendor
  • Weve talked about this before.

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Fra Filippo Lippi Madonna z Dzieciatkiem
ca. 1460
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Bronzino Portrait of Young Man
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Baroque (Counter-Reformation) sensualism dynamism
emotion
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Baroque
  • Art style that is florid, more colorful, richer
    in texture and decoration, more light
    shadeapparently less control
  • Scenes embody mystery and drama, violence and
    spectacle deliberate striving after effect
  • The Catholic Church commissioned artists to stir
    religious emotions and win back defectors

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Caravaggio The Conversion of St. Paul
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Bernini The Ecstasy of St. Theresa
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Artemisia Gentileschi Judith beheading Hologernes
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Caravaggio Boy with a Basket of Fruit c.
1593-94
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El Greco Agonía en el Jardín.
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Northern Realism 17th Century
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Genre or everyday scenes exhibit mathematical and
geometric values of 17th Century science.
Middle-class Dutch patrons commissioned secular
works portraits still-lifes landscapes genre
painting
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Values quiet opulence comfortable
domesticity realism
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Jan Vermeer The Milkmaid Ca. 1656
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Jan Vermeer Vue de Delft
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Jan Vermeer The Lacemaker
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Jan Vermeer The Artists Studio
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Anthony van Dyck Philip Herbert, 4th Earl of
Pembroke c.1634
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Anthony van Dyck Rachel de Revigny, Countess of
Southampton c. 1640
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Rembrandt The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp
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