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explain the difference in painting styles between the pouissinistes and the rubenistes
the pouissinistes focused more on drawing and thinking and the rubenistes focused more on color and emotions
what are the main historical developments of the netherlands in the baroque period
wealth from trade all around the world, united dutch republic is independent in 1648 and the revolution starts in 1568
what are the genres of art collected by the netherlandish middle class
landscape, still-life and portraits
what tools might vermeer have used to paint the view of delft and what evidence suggests he used this tool
camera obscura because the shadow on the boat has light beating on it
how did vermeer alter the cityscape in the view of delft and why might he have done so
the buildings are parallel with the picture plane and to make the city seem better
what is still life and what is the subtle meaning in still life paintings
depictions of food or objects and awareness of life
how did judith leyster depic herself in her self-portrait
in clothing that wouldn't be worn when painting
how does judith leyster's self portrait differ from durer's presentation or rembrandt's in their self portraits and why
she is shown in the action of painting and to show that she can make art just like a man
etching: acid bath, etching needle, varnish coating and metal plate. dry point: burr, dry point needle and metal plate
a philosophy in which females are considered powerful because they are the only ones able to force men into action
what are the four major teachings of buddhism
life is suffering, suffering is caused by ignorance, ignorance can be overcommed and the way to overcome ignorance is by following the eightfold path
what is the iconography of the sculpture of avalokiteschvara
has 3 eyes, seated on a lotus flower and has wheels under the feet and hands
what are some of the stylistic characteristics of the avalokiteschvara that are also typical of indian sculpture
high levels of decoration, shows breath in the body and body is in sensuous pose
what are some of the most crucial characteristics of hinduism
not a monotheistic religion, not a congregational religion and guru student relationship
what basic ideas of hinduism are shared with buddhism and their definitions
maya: material world illusions, samsara: one dies than is reborn, karma: laws of effect, dharma: duties and obligations in life, moeksha: goal of nothingness and darsan: seeing and being seen
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