art history 2 test 3

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  1. title
    artist
    period
    location
    what did the artist do 1st here?
    • the calling of st. mathew
    • Caravaggio
    • baroque period 1600-1750
    • Rome
    • cellar lighting
  2. define cellar lighting
    there is a single strong light coming from above some unknown  mysterious source.

  3. list characteristics of this painting? typical baroque style,
    • event is unfolding in front of your eyes
    • movement and action
    • unbalanced and asymmetrical arrangement of     figures

  4. title
    painter
    period
    location
    what device is used?
    what got him in trouble about this piece?
    subject
    • the conversion of St. Paul
    • Caravaggio
    • baroque period 160-1750
    • Rome
    • foreshortening
    • he shows st. Paul on the ground and makes the horse butt big
    • God hitting Paul with a light and telling him to quite killing Christians  and he follows God from than on out

  5. title
    period
    artist
    location
    medium
    what renaissance features are used here?
    • the glorification of St.Ignatius
    • baroque 1600-1750
    • Pozzo
    • Rome
    • fresco
    • one-point linear perspective
    • foreshortening

  6. title
    period
    artist/nationality
    location
    whats unique to only the Spanish baroque style?
    subject
    • the martyrdom of st. Bartholomew
    • baroque period 1600-1750
    • Ribera
    • Madrid, Spain
    • brutal subject matter
    • be wiling to die for your beliefs/roman catholic church Bartholomew was skinned alive
  7. define martyr
    willing to die for ones beliefs

  8. title 
    artist
    location
    period
    • David
    • Bernini
    • Rome
    • baroque 1600-1750

  9. title
    location
    period
    artist
    how is cellar light used differently here?
    subject
    • the ecstasy of st. teresa
    • Rome
    • baroque period 1600-1750
    • Bernini
    • he uses a real window you cant see
    • an angel appears to Teresa and throws a spear through her heart bringing about her great love of God

  10. title
    artist
    location
    period
    subject
    what did the artist feel was the most important in art to be?
    • the rape of the daughters of leucippus
    • peter Paul Rubens
    • Munich,Germany
    • baroque period 1600-1750
    • semi-divine Gods fall in love with there cousin and kidnap them and rape them
    • feels color is the most important thing it has universal appeal
  11. define Flemish baroque style? 5 things
    • 1. eye moves through composition
    • 2.male figures idealized-muscular
    • 3.female figures idealized-robust & fleshy
    • 4. atmospheric perspective
    • 5.carefully arranged images -curving flowing lines run through the composition  he dose this to A. create unity B.enhances the feel of movement.
  12. what are people who admire/and feel the same way about art as peter Paul Rubens called?
    Rubenist
  13. define Genre scenes?
    refers to a kind of painting realistically showing scenes from everyday life.

  14. title
    artist/nationality
    period
    the artist was the 1st to do what?
    • young women with water jug
    • Vermeer/dutch
    • baroque period 1600-1750
    • to realize shadow has reflected color not just black
  15. Vermeer formula for making genre paintings?
    dutch baroque style
    • single figures
    • usually women
    • simple everyday tasks
    • set indoors
    • natural ordinary daylight
    • no big symbolism
    • small scale
    • amazing detail

  16. title
    period
    artist/nationality
    subject
    • the view of haarlem from the dunes of overseen
    • baroque period 1600-1750
    • van Ruisdael/dutch
    • sky takes up half the canvas/people shown small/he dose this to illustrate that man is small in the universe.
  17. Poussin said this about art?
    those who chose base subjects find comfort in them because of there feebleness of their talents.
  18. factors that lead to the french classical style?
    • love of ancient Greek sculptor
    • love of idealized landscape
    • must show noble messages
    • a great morale message
    • king Louie the 14th
  19. what city replaces Rome as the cultural hub in the middle of the baroque period?
    Paris
  20. what dose king Louie the 14th do to gain power non-violently? and what style develops because of it after his death and where do they go?
    he throws a party for the dukes,rich powerful folks and wont let them leave after. than he dies and they leave and head to Paris and the Rococo style happens

  21. title
    edition
    artist/nationality
    medium
    what was this artist concerted?
    • the three crosses
    • 4th
    • Rembrandt/Dutch
    • etching
    • the greatest print maker of the baroque period

  22. why dose this 1st edition print look so different from his 4th edition print?
    he was poor and when he would make one print he would than rework the metal and make a new print.

  23. title
    location
    artist
    period
    morale message
    what did the artist think was the most important thing in art?
    • Et in Arcadia ego
    • Paris, France
    • Poussin
    • baroque period 1600-1750
    • were not sure but we think it is this= no matter how good you have it life= your still going to die=so live a good/noble/ honorable life
    • line is superior to color it appeals to intlect
  24. what does Et in Arcadia ego mean?
    I once lived in arcadia
  25. what are people who admire Poussin way of thinking referring to art called?
    poussinist
  26. what is Arcadia?
    a make believe land where there is no war,its a utopia

  27. title
    location
    artist
    period
    • the return from cythera
    • the Louvre museum paris,france
    • watteau
    • the Rococo period 1715-1775
  28. features of the Rococo style
    • 1. vapors atmosphere
    • 2.pastel colors
    • 3.lush vegetation
    • 4. no moral message
    • 5. small characters

  29. title
    period
    artist
    location
    subject
    • the swing
    • Rococo period 1715-1775
    • Fragonard
    • Paris, France
    • bishop swings a girl while her married lover hides in the bushes and looks up her dress

  30. title
    artist
    period
    location
    subject
    what could his art often be used for?
    how dose he put paint on the canvas?
    • the oath of the horatii
    • David= Poussinist
    • neoclassical period 1750-1850
    • Paris,France
    • a war between Rome and alban and they know its bad and they decide to have a dual to end the fight. 3 Romans and 3 albans fight. one alban is engaged to the sister of the Romans and they must fight anyway.
    • propaganda for the  french revolution
    • in a controlled manner to make clear crisp lines
  31. define neoclassicalism
    an accurate revival of ancient Greek roman style .lavalishly copying the style historiclly accurate way clothes,buildings, art
  32. define romanticism
    • romantically emotional response on the part of the viewer.
    • subject can be anything as long as it brings out the emotionally romantic response
  33. what are the colors of the french revolution and what do they mean?
    • red=liberty
    • white=truth
    • blue=freedom

  34. title
    period
    artist
    location
    is the event historical or fake?
    what revolution is this?
    characters symbolic or true?
    • liberty leading the people
    • romanticism period 1750-1850
    • Delacroix (rubenist)
    • Paris,France
    • it is historical
    • Paris revolution of 1830
    • symbolic
  35. define the painterly brush stroke
    very loosely dads paint on canvas he dosen't blend

  36. what must you do to see this painting right?
    from a distance and the eye will blend the colors and brush strokes

  37. title
    period
    artist
    location
    • the burial at Ornanas
    • realism 1850-1900
    • Courbet
    • Paris,France
  38. how did Courbet put paint on the canvas?
    with his palate knife making a large plain of color.
  39. What was Courbet's famous saying?
    show me an angel and i'll paint one
  40. define realism
    painting could consist of only of the representation both real and existing
  41. what dose the realism movement deal with
    a type of subject matter the artist is suppose to show
  42. what do people say about Courbet?
    • The father of modern art
    • he was sowing the seeds of abstractism

  43. title
    artist
    location
    period
    what was upsetting about this painting?
    • luncheon on the grass
    • Manet
    • Paris, France
    • realism 1850-1900
    • the main lady was naked and see was just an everyday lady
  44. rules for impressionism
    • paintings could consist of real and exisiting
    • optical realism
    • paint outdoors
    • sunlight into its basic components parts
    • whenever possible only use red,yellow,blue
    • loosely dad color on the canvas
    • shadow is reflected color

  45. title
    period
    artist
    what did the artist do with this painting?
    what was the scientific experiment done with this  cathedral?
    • Rouen cathedral
    • impressionism 1850-1900
    • Monet french
    • he did a scientific experiment on them
    • he did about 40 different paintings at different times of day to prove that local color can change the color of an object.

  46. title
    artist/nationallity
    period
    • Starry night
    • van gogh- Dutch
    • post-impressionism 1850-1900

  47. title
    artist/nationality
    subject
    • the day of the God
    • Gauguin-french
    • post-impressionism 1850-1900
    • showing his love for the simple way of life

  48. title
    period
    artist/nationality
    what was the artists idea about painting?
    • Basket of apples
    • post-impressionism 1850-1900
    • Cezanne-French
    • he gets the idea that all forms in nature can be reduced to basic geometrical shapes- should view them as cylinders,cones,and spheres.

  49. title
    artist/nationality
    period
    known to be what 1st?
    • Les Demoiselles D'avignon
    • Picasso-Spanish
    • abstractionism 20th century
    • first modern art

  50. title
    artist-nationality
    period
    how dose he approach art?
    what type of art is it not?
    consciencely what state was he in when he painted this painting?
    • improvisation number 30
    • Kandinsky-Russian
    • expressionism 20th century
    • with no idea he allows color to follow from his sub-conscience
    • non-representational art
    • a state of tension due to the impending start of WW1

  51. title
    artist/nationality
    period
    what type of art is it?
    • improvisation number 28
    • expressionism 20th century
    • non-Representative art
  52. what two type of art did Kandinsky come up with
    • compostions
    • improvisation

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