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ART 213 Final Exam
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Art History
Undergraduate 2
03/09/2011

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Created By Watteau

Title is return from cythera

A French Rococo Style painting, by the Flemish artist

Oil on canvas

Created in 1717

 

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Village Bride, created by Greuze

Oil on Canvas

created in 1761

A neoclassicism artwork

Artwork appealed to middle-class

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Cornelia Presenting her children as her treasures

Created by Angelica Kauffmann in 1785

Neoclassicism

Oil on canvas painting

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OATH OF THE HORATII David
Created by Jacques-Louise in 1784

oil on canvas painting

Neoclassicism

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Napoleon at the Pesthouse at Jaffa created by Gros in 1804

Oil on canvas

Large Scale painting

Napoleon was patron

Napoleon tribute art

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Third of May created by Goya in 1814

Oil on canvas painting

Rococo style painting

spanish painting

 

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Liberty leading the people created by delacroix in 1830

Oil on canvas painting

Romanticism

French revolution painting

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The slave ship created by Turner in 1840

Oil on canvas painting

Romanticism

 

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George Washington sculpture was created by Greenough in 1840.

Made of marble

Patroned by United states congress

Neoclassical style

Multiple view points

 

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Pauline Borghese as Venus, was created by Canova in 1808

Made of marble

Multiple viewpoints

Neoclassical sculpture

Sculpture for Napoleon

 

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La Marseillaise was created by Francois Rude from 1833-1836
Sculpture is made of limestone

Romanticism period

Located at Arch de triomphe, in Paris France

patroned by napoleon

Relief structure

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 VIERZEHNHEILIGEN, Balthasar Neumann was the architect, from 1743-1772.

Rococo style

A pilgramage church

 fantasy that retains the dynamic energy of Italian Baroque architecture

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Chiswick House designed by Boyle and Kent in 1725.

Located near london

Palladium classicism

For this British villa, Boyle and Kent emulated the simple symmetry and unadorned planes of the Palladian architectural style. Chiswick House is a free variation on the Villa Rotonda

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Opera, Paris was designed by Charles Garnier from 1861-1874

Neo-Boroque facade

For Paris’s opera house, Garnier chose a festive and

well suited to a gathering place for fashionable audiences in an age of conspicuous wealth.

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Entombment was created by Caravaggio for the Chapel of Pietro Vittrice, Santa Maria in Vallicella Rome Italy. Painting was created in 1603 and was an oil on canvas painting.

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Judith slaying Holofernes was created by Artmisia Gentilseschi from 1614-1620. This was an oil on canvas painting. Worked for both King of England and Grand Duke of Tuscany. Was the first woman ever admitted to into Florence’s Accademia del Disegno. Located in Galleria degli Uffizi, Fl
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The abduction of Sabine women was created by Giovannia da Bologna in 1583. Was a large scale sculpture created for Loggia dei Lanzi, Piazza della Signoria, Florence, Italy.

mannerism

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Ecstasy of Theresa was created by Berinini from 1645-1652. Located in the Cornaro Chapel, Santa Maria della vittoria Rome Italy. Patroned by the Pamphili family, during the time of Pope innocent

 

Italian borrique

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What started the revolution of Rococo style art?
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The death of Louis XIV in 1715 brought many changes in French high society. The elite quickly abandoned the court of Versailles for the pleasures of town life. Although French citizens still owed allegiance to a monarch, the early 18th century brought a resurgence of aristocratic social, political, and economic power. Members of the nobility not only exercised their traditional privileges (for example, exemption from cer- tain taxes and from forced labor on public works) but also sought to expand their power. In the cultural realm, aristocrats reestablished their predominance as art patrons. The ho╠étels (town houses) of Paris soon became the centers of a new, softer style called Rococo. Associated with the regency (1715–1723) that fol- lowed the death of Louis XIV and with the reign of Louis XV (r. 1723–1774), the Rococo style in art and ar- chitecture was the perfect expression of the sparkling gaiety the wealthy cultivated in their elegant homes
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ARCHERS OF SAINT HADRIAN

Hals’s group portraits re- flect the widespread popularity in the Dutch Republic of vast can- vases commemorating the participation of Dutch burghers in civic organization.

Oil on canvas

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Rembrandt van Rijn, The Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq (Night Watch) Oil on canvas
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Aelbert Cuyp, Distant View of Dordrecht, with a Milkmaid and Four Cows, and Other Figures, late 1640s. Oil on canvas

 

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acob van Ruisdael, View of Haarlem from the Dunes at Overveen, ca. 1670. Oil on canvas
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