Art History Final Exam C

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  1. Mannerism
    • c. 1520 - 1600 
    • Artists couldn't compare to classical artists, so they deliberately veered away and exaggerated religious imagery.
    • Sculpture took a backseat due to Michelangelo being so reputable.
  2. Madonna of the Long Neck, Parmigianino, Mannerism, c. 1520 - 1600

    • >Unidealized physical features 
    • >Tiny man holding proclamation, looking to far right outside of our field of vision.
    • >Comparable to a pieta scene
    • The Rape of the Sabine Woman, Giambologna, Mannerism, c. 1520 - 1600
    • >Romans acquired wives for themselves after defeating the Sabines. 
    • >Life-sized marble statue placed on a terrace that is perpendicular to Florence Town Hall
    • >Near Michelangelo's "David" but added 2 figures 
    • >Motion and Emotion, unlike "David"
  3. Saltcellar of King Francis I, Cellini, Mannerism, c. 1520 - 1600

    • >Meant for dining table centerpiece
    • >Poseidon (Salt) and Goddess of Land (Pepper) 
    • >Gold cast with enamel and jems
  4. Feast in the House of Levi, Veronese, Mannerism, c. 1520 - 1600

    • >Linear one point perspective
    • >Spanish Inquisition still going on 
    • >Obvious Germans in scene 
    • >All he did was change the title of the piece in order for it to be acceptable to to Inquisition.
  5. The Last Supper, Tintoretto, Mannerism, c. 1520 - 1600

    • >Not meant to decorate a refectory
    • >Spiritual lighting 
    • >Moment in time (breaking bread) 
    • >Judas is on the other side of the table, but Christ and Judas are on the same horizontal line
  6. San Giorgio, Palladio, Mannerism, c. 1520 - 1600
  7. Baroque
    • c. 1600 - 1750
    • Begins in Italy and serves the Counter Reformation 
    • A return to religious art
  8. St. Peter's Facade, Maderno, Baroque, c. 1600 - 1750
  9. David, Bernini, Baroque, c. 1600 - 1750

    • >lifesized, marble
    • >More life-like in size
    • >Expressive and body is tense
    • >Positioned much more on a diagonal 
    • >To be seen from 360 degrees in the round
  10. St. Teresa in Ecstasy, Bernini, Baroque, c. 1600 - 1750

    • >Popular and newly canonized saint in 1600's 
    • >Not the annunciation 
    • >Orgasmic revelation of God
  11. St. Peter's Piazza, Bernini, Baroque, c. 1600 - 1750
  12. The Calling of St. Matthew, Caravaggio, Baroque, c. 1600 - 1750
  13. Judith and Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes, Gentileschi, Baroque, 1600 - 1750

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