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    • Elisabeth
    • Vigee-Lebrun,
    • Queen Marie Antoinette and Her Children, 1800
    • OC
    • Wanted to change th idea of her spending frivolously so she is depicted
    • motherly, responsible, gentle, loving and had lost a child
    • DAVID, Coronation of Napoleon 1800. Oil on canvas
    • Mom wasnt actually there. napoleon crowned himself, not the pope
    • Cornelia
    • Presenting Her Children as Her Treasures,
    • ANGELICA KAUFFMANN, 1800
  1. Kauffman, Johann Winckelmann,
    1750. oil on canvas.
    • GROS, Napoleon at the Pesthouse at Jaffa, 1800. Oil on
    • canvas
    • Orientalism: fascination with exotic cultures (middle east specifically in this
    • pic)
    • Showed napoleon unafraid to touch the poor, shows as humanitarian. Paralled
    • with Rembrandt hundred guilder print
    • FRANCISCO GOYA, Third of May, 1808, 1814. Oil on
    • canvas
    • French soldiers killing rebels
    • INGRES, Apotheosis of Homer, 1827 oil on canvas
    • reference to Raphael school of Athens.
    • Shakespeare, poussin Raphael
    • INGRES, Grande Odalisque, 1814. Oil on canvas
    • Odalisque is a Turkish arab girl. Nude venus like figure
    • GÉRICAULT, Raft of the Medusa, 1818–1819. Oil on canvas
    • Trying to speak against slavery, navy ppl left behind, dark skin men present,
    • 13 days later 15 survived
    • Neoclassic in that the bodies are classical and theres a shape of a stable
    • triangle. Its romantic in that its emotionally charged, shows movement,
    • overlapping
  2. Romanticm characteristics
    • Romanticism:
    • Emotionally charged, the power of nature, tension. Sublime: the awe inspiring
    • terror of nature
    • Beautiful: picturesque
    • DELACROIX, Death of Sardanapalus, 1827. Oil on canvas
    • Orientalism, diagonals, bodies highlighted
  3. what is a pousinist? Rubinist?
    • Pousinnist- “classical body”
    • Rubbenist “color”
    • Delacroix is a rubbenist and ingres is a pousinnist
    • DELACROIX, Liberty Leading the People, 1830. Oil on canvas
    • Phrygian cap worn when slaves were free. Commemorating the July revolution of
    • 1830. Liberty leading the people to freedom, notre dame in the background
    • Goya, Saturn devouring his children 1820. Detached fresco
    • mounted on canvas.
    • Saturn is time. He created things and destroys them. Goya had this piece in his
    • dining room.
    • Blake, Ancient of Days. Frontispiece of Europe: A prophecy.
    • 1800. Metal relief. Etching and hand
    • colored.
    • URIZEN figure: mix of god and reason.
    • Sending rays of reason down and it restricts. Commented on the academy and
    • religion as restrictive.
  4. William Blake, Elohim Creating Adam, 1800.
    • FRIEDRICH, Abbey in the Oak Forest, 1800. Oil on
    • canvas.
    • Even when the structure has fallen, it’s the people that make up the
    • congregation/church. No building needed. Spiritual image
    • CONSTABLE, The Haywain, 1820. Oil on canvas.
    • Constable snow: dashes of white paint meant to reflect light on the surface of
    • things like trees or water
    • david
    • oath of horatii
    • 1800 oil on canvas
    • David
    • Death of Marat
    • 1800
    • oil on canvas
    • Had skin cancer, soaked in bathtub to relieve itch. Stabbed by woman delivering note. Letter said he was donating money to charity. pose remeniscent of michaelangelos pieta
    • Canova
    • Pauline Borghese as Venus
    • 1800
    • Marble
    • napoleons sister posed as venus with apple
    • few people allowed to see it cause it showed royalty nude
    • Goya,
    • the sleep of reason produces monsters
    • 1800
    • etching and aquatint
    • Monsters haunt even the most rational mind
    • reason falls asleep while at work
    • goya
    • Family of charles IV
    • 1800
    • oil on canvas
    • turned head woman is future queen so her identity is still yet to determine. reminscient of las meninas: clothing, pose of woman in the center as she shifts her head slightly towards the left. two great paintings hang in background. artist is shown in the shadows painting the scene.
    • Cole
    • The Oxbow
    • 1830
    • Oil on canvas
    • self portrait in the foreground
    • storm is coming in?
    • Daguerre
    • Artists Studio
    • 1830
    • Daguerreotype
    • First type of photgraph characterized by sharp focus and great clarity of detail. downside it took FOREVER to make an image...hours!
    • Courbet
    • Burial at Ornans
    • 1830
    • oil on canvas
    • Huge scale suggests monumentality but painting does not glorify any aspect of life.
    • Realism
  5. Realism
    • show me an angel and ill paint one.
    • Painted things one could experience with five senses which often translated to painting the lower classes and their environment.
    • Daumier
    • Rue Transnonain
    • 1830
    • Lithograph
    • soldier shot from workers apartment so troops went in and shot up the place killing everyone for revenge
    • Millet
    • the gleaners
    • 1850
    • oil on canvas
    • gleaners were the poorest of the poor, picking up scrapings left over after the general harvest.
    • Manet,
    • Luncheon on the grass
    • 1850
    • Oil on canvas
    • reminscient of pastoral concert by giorgione
    • Jarring juxtaposition of nude woman with contemporarily dressed men
    • woman was probs a prostitute
    • looking RIGHT at the viewer.
    • made men uncomfortable, didnt want their wives to come with them to see it.
    • Inspired by titians Venus of Urbino
    • Manet, olympia
    • 1850 oil on canvas
    • Figure is cold and uninviting
    • shows a prostitute/ a business woman.
    • name is common for prostitutes at the time.
    • look is frank, direct, looking right at the viewer
    • cat symbolizes sneakery, not to be trusted.

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