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5 Matching questions

  1. a) The artist who was Gainsborough's great rival was ___________________. (b) Discuss why these two artists were rivals.
  2. The finest pure painter of his era was _________________________________.
  3. How did the Rococo effect sculpture
  4. a) Which painting of this period was influenced most by Rubens? (b) Describe it.
  5. (a) Who was David Garrick? (b) What did he contribute to the reform of theater?
  1. a Fragonard
  2. b small groups of miniature Baroque forms, designed to be viewed at close range
  3. c Painted by many artists, theater reform
  4. d Watteau
    subjects did not conform to any categories
    scenes of fashionable people or actors in park-like settings
  5. e Reynolds
    they both painted the same lady

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Lebrun
  2. stagecraft- scenic design and acting
  3. Boucher
  4. the favorite portrait artist of British high society
  5. Bach

5 True/False questions

  1. Describe Thomas Gainsborough's contribution to English painting.helped bring about 1st school of English painting since the Middle Ages that had more than local importance

          

  2. Describe the Grand Salon of the Hôtel de Bourvallais by Robert de Cotte.Charles I hunting-
    showed the aristocracy as close to their land, was a privelage to hunt. They are relaxed in a landscape setting

          

  3. a) Who was Antonio Vivaldi? (b) What great work is he most famous for?originally trained as a priest, father was a violinist
    Four Seasons

          

  4. Compare and contrast the two paintings of Mrs. Siddons.Gainsborough painted a traditional, bright 3/4 pose
    Reynolds painted more academically, used history painting and posed Mrs. Siddons in an allegorical pose, more Venetian/Baroque

          

  5. Describe William Hogarth's "new kind of picture."modern moral subjects, similar to representations on stage
    (Moral lessons through satire)