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  1. Two Camps of Protestantism 
    Humanists: Humanity has endless potential; universal truths found in many places 

    Reformers: Support Luther; Humanity hopelessly mired in sin
  2. Baroque Era
    • 1600-1715
    • diagonal lines, twisting, movement, light and shadow, emotion 
  3. St. Peter's Bascillica 
    • Foundation laid 1506 by Pope Julius II 
    • Architect: Bramante 
    • Dome: Michelangelo 
    • Pope Urban VIII: commissioned much of the art inside the cathedral 
  4. Pope Urban VIII
    • Loved Bernini
    • Family name: Barberini
    • Family Crest: bees 
  5. Bernini
    • St. Peter's: Baldicchino Altarpiece, Glorification of the Chair of St. Peter, Colonnade
    • Borghese Museum: Apollo and Daphne, the David, Rape of Persephone, 
    • Ecstasy of St. Theresa, Fountain of the Four Rivers 
    • started the Baroque style
  6. Caravaggio
    • Crucifixion of St. Peter
    • Calling of St. Matthew
    • Death of the Virgin (normal death)
    • Conversion of St. Paul
    • Loves Red and Gold
    • the great champion of CHIAROSCURO
  7. Counter Reformation
    • Baroque (1600-1715)
    • Artists: Bernini, Caravaggio
    • Specific to Italy 
  8. Catholic Flemish
    • Baroque (1600-1715)
    • Artists: Rubens
  9. Rubens
    • Flemish
    • uses chiaroscuro
    • loves red and gold
    • Judgement of Paris
    • Rape of the Daughters of Leucippus
  10. 95 Thesis
    • October 31st, 1517
    • Hung on the door of the Wittenberg Cathedral
  11. Luther
    • Basic Problems: God of Love? Obedience coupled with Sincerety
    • Doctrine of Justification by Faith: we have a loving God and are justified by Christ's mercy
  12. Reformation
    Causes: Nationalism, Indulgences, Relic mongering, corruption of Papacy, Printing press, Discovery of New World
  13. Northern Renaissance 
    • 1400-1600
    • Artists: Durer, Grunewald, Van Eyck, Bosch, Bruegel 
    • Anywhere but Italy 
    • Characteristics: No humanism, less church control, concentration on Human Corruption
  14. Jan Van Eyck
    • Work: The Arnolfini Wedding
    • Flemish
    • Northern Renaissance 
  15. Grunewald
    • German
    • Isenheim Altarpiece
    • Northern Renaissance
  16. Durer
    • German
    • Northern Renaissance
    • works: lots of self-portraits, Hands of a Prophet, Four Horseman of the Apocalypse
  17. Bruegel
    • Northern Renaissance
    • Flemish
    • Scenes of Everyday Life
    • Works: Hunters in the Snow, Blind following the Blind, Tower of Babel, Landscape with the Fall of Icaras, Triumph of Death, Peasant Wedding
  18. Bosch
    • Flemish
    • Northern Renaissance
    • Garden of Earthly Delights
    • discoverer of the Unconscious
  19. Italian Renaissance
    • Philosophies: Classic Humanism, scientific naturalism, individualism
    • Artists: Titian, Tintoretto 
  20. Titian
    • Works: Toilet of Venus, Assumption of the Virgin, Baccinale
    • Venetian Renaissance 
  21. Tintoretto
    • Works: Paradiso, Baptism of the Savior
    • Venetian Renaissance

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Humanities test 1
2013-02-06 18:49:18
Renaissance Baroque

Humanities: Renaissance-Baroque
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