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Pope Paul V commissioned __________ to provide Saint Peter's Basilica with a longer nave and a new façade.
What element of Caravaggio's painting style was the subject of criticism and occasionally seen deemed inconsistent with the artistic guidelines established by the Council of Trent?
HIS BRUTALLY NATURALISTIC RENDERINGS THAT WERE DEEMED UNSUITABLE FOR RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS
Most of Caravaggio's commissions after 1600 were __________.
Gaulli had worked in his youth for the artist __________.
Renewed interest in __________ provided the funds necessary to expand the façade of the Cathedral of St. James, Santiago de Compostela
Neighbors in Antwerp, __________ and Jan Brueghel frequently collaborated on paintings
A painting long thought to be the work of Franz Hals was recently discovered to be the work of ________.
Although Caravaggio was extremely influential on Spanish artists in the seventeenth century, their work is distinguished by __________.
ECSTATIC RELIGIOSITY AND REALISTIC SURFACE DETAIL
The Banqueting House, Whitehall Palace (Fig. 23-57) demonstrates the influence of __________Classicizing style on Inigo Jones in England
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of Baroque art?
DRAMATIC LIGHTING, THEATRICAL COMPOSITION, USE OF SEVERLY MEDIA
What characteristic is common to both Bernini and Caravaggio's artwork?
How did Rubens portray Marie de Medici in the series of portraits she commissioned?
ONE CONTINUOUS TRIUMPH OVERSEEN BY GREEK GODS
Rubens was known for __________________.
FLEMISH BAROQUE ART
Nicolas Poussin is called a Classicist because he ___________________.
ORGANIZED NATURAL ELEMENTS AND FIGURES INTO GENTLY ILLUMINATED, IDEALIZED COMPOSITIONS.
Claude Lorraine is known for his landscapes that typically include ______________.
LIGHT, A RISING OR SETTING SUN, PEOPLE
The columns surrounding the drum on the exterior of St. Paul's Cathedral (Fig. 23-59, Fig. 23-60) recall _____________.
BRAMANTE'S TEMPIETTO IN ROME
The undulating façade and building of the Church of San Carlo Alle Quattro Fontane (Fig. 23-6) is the work of __________.
The term for painted imitations of gold-framed easel painting used by Annibale Carracci on the Gallery ceiling of the Palazzo Farnese (Fig. 23-8) is __________.
According to art historians, Artemisia Gentileschi frequently painted heroic biblical women to ___________.
RELATE TO HER OWN STRUGGLE TO CLAIM HER RIGHTFUL PLACE IN AN ART WORLD DOMINATED BY MEN
The patterns and designs on Incan garments were _____________.
SYMBOLIC OF THE WEARER'S ETHNIC AND SOCIAL RANK
In England, Neoclassicism was accompanied by a __________ revival.
n addition to portraits, John Singleton Copley produced ___________ history paintings similar to his American colleague Benjamin West.
Neumann used Borromini's Baroque design as the basis for his church in __________.
__________ was the originator of French Rococo style in painting.
With his success as a moralizing painter, the artist __________ was able to give up portraiture, which he considered a deplorable form of vanity.
The most successful producer of __________ decorative arts was Wedgwood.
In the eighteenth century, __________________ replaced the land-based power of the aristocracy.
__________ developed in France when the regent of Louis XV moved the French court from Versailles to Paris.
__________ are typical Rococo elements in architectural decoration.
Rococo paintings reflected the aristocratic life of leisure and pleasure in subjects taken from __________.
CLASSICAL LOVE STORIES
In England, __________ played a significant role in the production of silver during the Georgian period.
Reynolds developed a type of historical portraiture called ____________.
THE GRAND MANNER
British painters Fuseli and Blake both worked in a __________ style.
Which artist was admired by Denis Diderot, an Enlightenment philosopher who felt art's function was to "inspire virtue and purify manners"?
David's painting Oath of the Horatii (Fig. 30-37) became an emblem of the French __________.
How does Benjamin West's The Death of General Wolfe (Fig. 30-28) illustrate the artist's radical approach to the academic tradition of Neoclassical history painting
Goya's goal with the Los Caprichos series was to _____________.
ALERT THE SPANISH PEOPLE TO THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS
How did French artists Jacques-Louis David incorporate ideas of Grand Manner painting into his depiction of Napoleon Crossing the Saint Bernard (Fig. 30-48)?
HE USED ARTISTIC LICENSE TO SUGGEST A HEROIC QUALITY, SIMILAR TO THE ANCIENT PAST
A common thread that connected Romantic artists was ____________.
What about Ingres's work in the early nineteenth century demonstrates the ongoing interest in Neoclassicism?
HIS ACADEMIC LINE AND FORMAL STRUCTURE
How do the landscape paintings of John Constable evoke themes of Romanticism in art?
THE NOSTALGIC EMPHASIS ON NATURE AS IDYLLIC AND UNTOUCHED
How was the career of Angelica Kauffmann distinctive among female painters of the eighteenth century?
SHE PAINTED HISTORY PAINTINGS
Romantic landscape painting of the early nineteenth century involved all of the following EXCEPT ____________.
Involved: Unpredictable nature as an analogy to human moods Large landscapes, detailed and correct surroundings
Théodore Géricault's The Raft of the "Medusa" (Fig. 30-50) demonstrates _______________ in Romantic history painting.
PRINCIPLES OF THE GRAND MANNER
Which country embraced Gothic Revival architecture in the early nineteenth century as symbolic of its national tradition?
Goya hoped to connect his Family of Charles IV (Fig. 30-43) to _____________?
AN EARLIER SPANISH ROYAL PORTRAIT
Becoming one of the most important stops on the Grand Tour, Cardinal Albani built the Villa Albani to _____________.
DISPLAY HIS VAST COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE ARTIFACTS
Enlightenment thinking is marked by the conviction that _________________.
ALL SHOULD HAVE EQUAL RIGHTS
Features of the Salon de la Princesse (Fig. 30-2) embody the decorative spirit of the __________ style.
__________ painting was the most important form of pictorial art, according to the academy.
When she moved to London, Angelica Kauffmann was welcomed into the inner circle of artist __________.
The academicians were so impressed with Watteau's Pilgrimage to the Island of Cythera that they created a new category of painting for it called ___________.
Often considered the beginning of art-historical study _____________ published The History of Ancient Art (1764), which analyzed art history as a succession of styles.
_______________ painted a series of entertaining scenes of scientific experiments.
JOSEPH WRIGHT OF DERBY
______________ encouraged Caspar David Friedrich to make landscape the principal subject of his art.
JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE
Caspar David Friedrich conceived landscape as a vehicle through which to achieve ______________.
English artist William Hogarth believed that art should contribute to ______________.
THE MORAL IMPROVEMENT OF SOCIETY