Baroque Finals

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****"The Artist in His Studio (aka Allegory of the Art of Painting)," c. 1670-74
vermeer

-most complex and personal estate we have of vermeers.
-largest of his interior scenes
-feeling of 3rd dimension
-costume is in 15th cent style to illustrate homage to renissance art (jan van dyke- flemish)

***"Girl With Turban," 1660-65 Or Girl with Pearl Earing
vermeer

-neither signed or dated

****Jacob Van Ruisdael 1660 "The Jewish Cemetery"

-allegorical overtones
-pictorial allegory on death
-the decaying of human; endeavor what does survive at the end is nature.

***Willem Kalf 1653 " Still Life with Drinking Horn of S. Sebastian's Archer's Guild"

-renders light masterfully
-precise relationship in arrangment
-scientific and poetic at the same time
-ornamental elements of light

****Jan de Heem 1640 " Still Life with Parrots"

-this abundance comes from god's goodness and man's work

*****Rachel Ruysch 1703 " Flower Piece "

-grey background
- snails and moths incorporated

****Maria van Oosterwyck

-blue background

****Hendrick Avercamp 1585-1634 "Winter Landscape"

-winter scenes, not sunny scenes dominate the north
-developed an atmospheric style*
-becomes an important influence
- winter scenes his specialty*

George de la Tour 1640 "Mary Magdalenh"

-with skull. skull=symbol of mortality

Geroge del la Tour 1648 " S. Sebastian attended by S. Irene"

-classicism, but with a restraint
-considered his best work
-extreme simplification of form, glossiness, and almost stamped woodcut effect.

Simon Vouet 1640 " The Toilet of Venus"

-bolonese, classical style, vernici influence, carravagio, and cerachi.
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***Louis le Nain 1640 " The Peasant Family"

-genre painters in france really show their restraint in genre paintings ( would have been very different if done by the Dutch )
-middle class interested in genre v.s classical/ myth scenes.
- sensitive painter

George de le Tour
"St Joseph the Carpenter" 1648

George de le Tour
" Cheat with ace of diamonds"

George de la Tour
"Sebastian St. Irene" 1648

Johann Liss
" Judith and Holoferenes"

The Little Mysteries of War and the Big Mysteries of War " The Hanging Tree"
by Jacques Callot 1620's

"Rape of the Sabines" Nicoloas Poussin 1636

Nicolas Poussin
"Sea Port" 1639

Claude Lorrain
" embarkation of s. ursula"

Nicolas Poussin
"arcadia"

"Venus"
Boucher

"landscape with st.john"
Nicolas Poussin

Odalisque
Boucher

Robert's ruins

***The progress of Love
by Frogonard

The Bather's
fragonard

The Queen of Sheba embarkation
Claude Lorraine

Clodion's "nymph and satyr"

Venus of the gods ( madame head)
Falconet

Falconet
seated cupid

***madonna with gold finch
Tiepolo

***Lord Heathfell
Reynolds

Blue Boy
blue boy gainsborough

mrs. richard sheridan gainsborough

***Mr. and Mr.s Andrews Marraige Portrait
Gainsborough.

Emma Heart
George Romney

The game of love
Watteau

***Nicolas Lancret
The Dance

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