Art Of the Western World

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Jan Van Eyck

wedding scene(green dress,the dog, the shoes, bedroom) symbolic
Giovanni Arnolfini and his bride
15th century
portrait
important art form

Robert Campin

Mérode Altarpiece
Religious painting or biblical scene
Tempera(use pigment mixed with egg yolk, glue or ceasein) Oil painting
three painting
Oil on wood
15th century

Jan Van Eyck

Ghent Altarpiece
Polyptych
free standing Altar piece
place behind a altar as a curtain
15th century

Rogier van der Weyden

Deposition
15th century
Oil on wood
Biblical scenes
compress figures

Hugo van der Goes

Portinari Altarpiece (open)
15th century
Italian

Limbourg Brothers

January
ink on verlim
showing everyday occurance
a calendar appearance

Giotto di Bondone

Lamentation over Christ
fresco Lamentation over Christ
Arena
chiaroscurs
Padua, Italy

Arena Chapel (Scrovegni Chapel)
14 century (Italian Renaissance)
Padua, Italy

Masaccio

Expulsion of Adam and Eve
15 century
Brancacci Chapel
Santa Maria del Carmine
Florence, Italy
fresco painting
power painting(nudity since classical time)
~covers nudity because she is a shame
light coming in from the gate

Antoine Watteau

(French, Rococo)(trees,women,
Pilgrimage to Cythera(france)
1717
hazy colors, pesto colors

François Boucher

(French, Rococo)
The Toilet of Venus
1751
always a

William Hogarth

(English, Rococo)
Breakfast Scene, from Marriage à la Mode
ca. 1745
immoralities
witty
genre scene
shows lust

Jacques-Louis David

(French, Neoclassicism)
Oath of the Horatii
1784
David on Greek style
oil on canvas

jacques-Louis David

Jacques-Louis David (French,
Neoclassicism)
Death of Marat
got stab
shows martyrdom
1793

Adélaïde Labille-Guiard

(French)
Self-Portrait with Two Pupils
1785

Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres

(French, Romanticism)(painted skin really well)
she is looking at the viewer
didn't like davids painting
show things exotic
rebel like to paint people more realistic
odalisque(a women in a Turkish helm)
more romantic taste
Grande Odalisque
1814

Francisco Goya

romantic (Spanish, Romanticism)
how horrible they were
emotional piece of art
human lack
drama
tragedy
Third of May, 1808
1814-15

Théodore Géricault

(French, Romanticism)
composition
death
pleading for help
tragedy
jumbling bodies
x-shape composition
Raft of the Medusa
1818-19

Eugène Delacroix

colorist (French, Romanticism)
a lot of emotion
Death of Sardanapalus
1827

Joseph Mallord William Turner

(English, Romanticism)
passion and energy
consider a landscape painter

The Slave Ship
1840

Jean-François Millet

(French, Realism)
depict the first country life
The Gleaners
1857

Honoré Daumier

(French, Realism)
like to show the working class
political protest
Third-Class Carriage
1862

Édouard Manet (the man)

(French, Realism)
he use colors to draw attention to the image
trying to get involve in a different type of art
use art to call attention to his art
flatness
Luncheon on the Grass
1863

Édouard Manet(the man)

(French, Realism)
painting a nude prostitute
rough brush stroke
scandals painting
sexuality
Olympia
1863

Saint Peter's

Rome Catholic church
maderio
influence by Greeks b/c of the pediment and the columns
early baroque architecture
1506-1666 (16th)
Vatican City, Rome, Italy

Bernini

Ecstasy of St. Theresa
marble
1645-52 (Italian Baroque)
recreated a spiritual meaning
emotion
fabric everywhere
twisting and turning
Rome, Italy

Bernini

David
action of the kill
emotion
expression
twisting and turning of the body expression of the face
drama
1623 (Italian Baroque)

Fra Andrea Pozzo

The Glorification of St. Ignatius
Fresco
illusion that heaven is going to open
1691-94 (Italian Baroque)
Sant' Ignazio, Rome

Caravaggio

Conversion of St. Paul
chiaroscuro(light and dark shadowing)-treatment of the use of light and dark
perspective
spiritual event
ca. 1601 (Italian Baroque

Matthias Grünewald

Isenheim Altarpiece, from the chapel of the Hospital of Saint Anthony
1510-15
Germany

Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci
Last Supper
Santa Maria Church
ca. 1495-1498 (High Renaissance
Oil and tempera started to appeal
the started flaking off
drama
architecture in the background
exclusionary windows
figures are group in three's
all the apostles are light but on is dark
Christ has a halo and is the light of the world

Leonardo da Vinci

dMona Lisa
ca. 1503-05 (High Renaissance)
sfumato
glaze
presents a misty look
scene from the same level
image is really small in museums

Raphael

Madonna in the Meadow
1505-06 (High Renaissance
colorist
oil on wood
pyramid composition(pyramidal)
grace, dignity and beauty
idealize her
created sweetness

Raphael

fresco
school of Athens
Vatican city
Philosophy School (School of Athens)
1509-11 (High Renaissance)
Stanza della Segnatura, Vatican Palace, Rome, Italy
included himself in the image
roman architecture
maybe Michelangelo

Michelangelo

Pietà
ca. 1498-1500 (High Renaissance)
made out of marble
the virgin Mary seems younger then her son

Michelangelo

David
1501-04 (High Renaissance
before the kill
giant
classical nude
shows a lot of emotion
kill Goliath

Michelangelo

Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
1508-12 (High Renaissance)6th century
fresco
in roman
a lot of perspective
nine narrative stories from the bible
barrier of vault

Michelangelo

Creation of Adam
Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
1508-12 (High Renaissance
old testament
fresco
nude figures
energy

Titian

Venus of Urbino
1538 (High Renaissance)
oil canvas
sexual pose(immortal love and infidelity)
large columns
colors play important part

Jacopo da Pontormo

Entombment of Christ
1525-28 (Mannerism)
oil on wood
rotates the figure groups
lost of grief
elongate
oval heads
contrast of color

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