ARC 2 Quiz 2

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ARC 2 Quiz 2
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  1. Mannerism
    Playful art that breaks the rules
  2. Palazzo de Té
    • Mantua, 1526
    • -Suburban retreat for a prominent intellect
    • -Each facade different
    • -Roof painting invokes high ceilings
    • -Example of mannerism
    • -Sliding triglyphs
    • -Massive keystones
    • -Vacant indents where windows should be
  3. Villa Capri
    • Vicenza 1550 Palladio
    • -On top of a hill
    • -Idea: what you see from a window
    • -Uses greek architectural concepts: natl. elements, Can be seen from 360 degrees, does not take up as much space as possible
  4. San Giorgio Maggiore
    • Venice 1610 Palladio
    • -Part of a Benedictine monastery
    • -Facade faces the heart of Venice
    • -Taller nave and narrow side isle
    • -Stucco is used but arranged to look expensive
  5. Piazza del Popolo
    • Rome 1667 Rainaldi
    • -Main piazza with a large central obelisk and three main roads
  6. Capella Coronado w/ St. Teresa in Ecstacy
    • 1645 Bernini
    • -Invokes emotion
    • -Heavily decorated interior
  7. St. Andrea al Quirinale
    • Rome 1658 Bernini
    • -Large entrance and small structure
    • -Arm like walls embracing entrance
    • -Oval plan, not circular because space was narrow
    • -Side chapels diagonally placed, not at 90 degree angles
    • -Intricate interior decorations
  8. S. Carlo alle Quatro Fontane
    • Rome 1634 Borromini
    • -Ive been here
    • -Oval oculus
    • -Designed to make spectator's eye wander
    • -Unity of painting/sculpture/architecture
  9. S. Lorenzo
    • Turin 1668 Guarini
    • -Baroque forms
    • -uses lots of ovals
    • -islamic architecture influence
    • -Niches in chapel
  10. Chateau de Blois
    • 1515 Mansart, France
  11. Vaux-le-Vicomte
    • Paris 1656, Le Brun and Fouquet
    • -Classical luxurious French design
    • -Built to glorify power
    • -Tall roof
    • -Lavish gardens
    • -double shelled dome
    • -Lavish decorations inside
    • -Known most for gardens
    • -meant to show man's power over nature
    • -Gardens designed to be seen from a terrace and appear to go to infinity
  12. Louvre
    • Paris, 1527. Le Vau, Le Brun, Claude Perrault
    • -Originally a Royal residence
    • -East Facade kind uses elements of a greek temple
    • -Uses classical architecture in new ways
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