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Art History Midterm #2

STUDY
PLAY
San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane
Francesco Borromini (Italy)
1667
Cornaro Chapel (Ecstasy of St. Teresa)
Bernini (Italy)
1642-52
Ceiling frescoes,
Palazzo Farnese

Annibale Carracci (Italy)
1597-1601
Death of the Virgin
Caravaggio (Italy)
1606
St. Serapion
Francisco de Zurbaran (Spain)
1628
Las Meninas
Diego Velazquez (Spain)
1656
Elevation of the Cross
Peter Paul Rubens (Dutch)
1610
The Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq (Night Watch)
Rembrandt (Dutch)
1642
The Letter

Jan Vermeer (Dutch)
1666
Flower Still Life
Rachel Ruysch (Dutch)
After 1700
Et in Arcadia Ego

Nicolas Poussin (French)
c. 1655
St. Joseph the Carpenter
Georges de la Tour (French)
c. 1645
Palace of Versailles
Jules Hardouin-Mansart (French)
1669-84
Pilgrimage to Cythera
Antoine Watteau (French)
1717
Breakfast Scene from Marriage a la Mode
William Hogarth (English)
c. 1745
Oath of the Horatii
Jacques-Louis David (French)
1784
Grande Odalisque
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (French)
1814
Third of May 1808
Francisco Goya (Spanish)
1814
Liberty Leading the People
Eugene Delacroix (French)
1830
Abbey in the Oak Forest
Caspar David Friedrich (German)
1810
The Haywain
John Constable (English)
1821
The Stone Breakers
Gustave Courbet (French)
1849
Third-Class Carriage
Honore Daumier (French)
c. 1862
Saying Grace
Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin (French)
1740
Lord Heathfield
Sir Joshua Reynolds (English)
1787
Antonio Canaletto
The Grand Tour (Italian)
Charlottesville
Jefferson, Monticello (American)
1770 - 1806
The Nightmare
Henry Fuseli (England)
1781
The Oxbow
Thomas Cole (American)
1836
Candide
Voltaire
1759
satire, ridiculed the elite and the church
The Social Contract
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
1762
Men are inherently good
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
Edward Gibbon
1776 - 1788
Neoclassicism
Frankenstein
Mary Shelley
1818