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Baroque (ITALY)

The Baldacchino
Bernini

Gilded Bronze
St Peters, Rome
1624-33
Baroque (ITALY)

David
Bernini

marble
Rome
1623
Baroque (ITALY)

The Ecstasy of St Theresa
(Altar)
Bernini

marble
Cornaro Chapel, Rome
1645-52
Baroque (ITALY)

The Calling of St Matthew

Merisi (Carvaggio)

Oil/Canvas
Rome
1597-1601
Baroque (Italy)

The Entombment
Caravaggio

Oil/Canvas
Rome
1603
Baroque (SPAIN)

Las Meninas (Maids of
Honor)
Velazquez

oil/canvas
1656
Baroque (FLANDERS)

Elevation of the Cross
Rubens

Oil/canvas
1610
Baroque (HOLLAND)

Archers of St Hadrian
Hals

Oil/canvas
1633
Baroque (HOLLAND)

The Night Watch
Rijn

Oil/canvas
1642
Baroque (HOLLAND)

The Artist's Studio
Vermeer

Oil/Canvas
1670-75
Baroque (HOLLAND)

Still Life w/Late Ming Ginger Jar
Kalf

Oil/canvas
1669
Baroque (FRANCE)

Family of Country People
Le Nain

Oil/canvas
1640
Baroque (FRANCE)

Et In Arcadia Ego
Poussin

Oil/canvas
1655
Baroque (FRANCE)

Burial of Phocion
Poussin

Oil/canvas
1648
Baroque (FRANCE)

Embarkationo of the Queen of Sheba
Lorrain

Oil/canvas
1648
Neo-Classicism

Death of Marat
David

Oil/canvas
France
1793

glorified crime scene; grotesque little man with a skin condition; killed in his bathub holding his work, not a suicide note
Neo-Classicism

Oath of the Horatii
David

Oil/canvas
France
1784

Historic hero of Rome, swearing to fight to the death against 3 champions; Lady on right will lose either her Fiance or her Brother; "country before self" = men; soft, sentimental = women
Neo-Classicism

Apotheosis of Homer
Inges

Oil/canvas
France
1827
Neo-Classicism

La Grande Odalisque
Ingres

Oil/canvas
France
1814

Commissioned by a queen (Napoleon's sister); odalesque = harem leader; face of Raphael's madonna
Neo-Classicism

Pauline Borghese as Venus
Canova

Marble
Italy
1808

Napoleon's Sister; was kept in a seperate room because it was such an intimate sculpture;
Northern Renn.

The Isenheim Altarpiece

(The Crucifixion)
Grunewald

Oil/wood
Germany
1510-15

Was designed for a plaque-hospital; St Anthony, St Sebastian; The cross is off center so Christ's arms would be lopped off; painted so those with plaque could relate to it.
Northern Renn.

The Knight, Death & the Devil
Durer

Engraving
Germany
1513
Northern Renn.

The Fall of Man
Durer

Engraving
Germany
1504

Northern Renn.

The French Ambassadors
Holbein the Younger

Oil/tempera/wood
England
1533
Northern Renn.

Hunters in the Snow
Bruegel the Elder

Oil/wood
Netherlands
1565
Northern Renn.

Burial of Count Orgaz
El Greco

Oil/canvas
Spain
1586
Rococo ART

L'indifferent
Watteau

Oil/canvas
France
1716
Rococo ART

Louis XIV
Rigaud

Oil/canvas
France
1701
Rococo ART

Return from Cythera
Watteau

Oil/canvas
France
1717-19
Rococo ART

Cupid A Captive
Boucher

Oil/canvas
France
1754
Rococo ART

The Swing
Fragonard

Oil/Canvas
France
1766
Rococo AGE

Grace at Table
Chardin

Oil/canvas
France
1740
Rococo AGE

Breakfast Scene
Hogarth

Oil/canvas
England
1745
Rococo AGE

The Death of General Wolfe
West

Oil/canvas
1771

Clean, crisp; people would be clad in Roman attire; historic event done in modern attire; Wolfe is in Red (english wore red to not show blood); lots of precise details; violence & emotion; Warrior is making note that the White Man can die, too.
Romanticism

Carceri 14
Piranesi

Etching
Italy
1750

Was considered scary.
Romanticism

The Nightmare
Fuseli

Oil/canvas
England
1781

made when people believed that dreams came from Night Mares and the Incubus and Succubus
Romanticism

Ancient of Days
Blake

Hand colored etching
England
1794

A romantic idea of the rugged God;
Romanticism

Burial of Atala
Girodet-Trioson

Oil/canvas
France
1808
Romanticism

The Family of Charles IV
Goya

Oil/canvas
Spain
1800

artist made a mockery of the family and they never noticed because they were happy with what they were wearing.
Romanticism

The Third of May
Goya

Oil/canvas
Spain
1814

A slaughter in spain
Romanticism

Saturn Devouring one of his Children
Goya

Fresco
Spain
1819-23

Titan who fathered all Olympians eating his children so he wont kill him.  All but Zeus are eaten because his mother, Goaia, protected him.  Uses sharp contrast of B&W; was painted on artist's dining room wall
Romanticism

The Sleep of Reason Produces Mosters
Goya

Etching
Spain
1798

Done in aquatint; artist is beseached by owls, bats & cats; fell asleep across his art; "when it dreams, horror results"
Romanticism

Raft of the Medusa
Gericault

Oil/canvas
France
1818-19

almost life sized; appalling; "a shipwreck scene" is the name it used because Medusa was still a bad term in use; 152 people were abandoned on a raft and only 15 survived.
Romanticism

The Death of Sardanapalus
Delacroix

Oil/canvas
France
1826

inspired by a poem by Lord Byron - he demanded his favorite things be brought to him so he could set them on fire; was accepted in Salon but was more horrifying than the Raft of Medusa
Romanticism

Liberty Leading the People
Delacroix

Oil/canvas
France
1830

Royalist soldiers being slaughtered; artist painted himselfin the barracades; Marianne = symbol of France; hyperemotional Patriotism = romantic
Romanticism

The Slave Ship
Turner

Oil/canvas
England
1840

slaves being through from the ship and eaten alive in shark infested waters before drowing; Fiery sky, bloody water
Romanticism

The Oxbow
Cole

Oil/canvas
America
1836

River hadn't been disturbed; pure, innocent; Subject of the Hudson River School
Romanticism

Among the Sierra Nevada Mountains
Bierstadt

Oil/canvas
America
1868

Second generation "Hudson River School"; was a 10ft picture displayed with plants set up all around it and viewed through binoculars or a tube to get a feeling of being in the painting.
Romanticism

Twilight in the Wilderness
Church

Oil/canvas
America
1860's

Clouds boil through the sky; water glazed with copper; wonderful show of actual colors.
Romanticism

The Haywain
Constable

Oil/canvas
England
1821
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