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  1. Renaissance
    • Clarity of Line, mathematical, realistic
    • depiction of the world,
    • uncluttered arrangements, use of perspective
    • Religious Paintings, Portraits were large here
  2. Mannerist
    • Abnormal, content and space
    • Unusual color,
  3. Baroque
    • Dynamic movement, spirals, curves, ovals,
    • emotional, used illusionism
    • Beheading of Judith and Holofarnes
    • Caravagio- CHIAROSCURO
    • The styles are most evident in architecture
  4. Rococo
    • Pastel, scrolls, filmy, love, pearls, subjects
    • involved romantic adventures
    • The style in interior design
    • A sitting room, Weinsimheim Church
  5. Neo-Classical
    • Bringing back of roman and greek Ideas
    • Impacted by Pompeii/Herculinian elements
    • Hogarth- Shortly after Marriage
    • Focus on Balance and control
    • Canova- Sculptor
  6. Romanticism
    • Exotic, fantastic, nationalist, emotion, nature
    • Beethoven,
    • A LOT of Questions
    • READ THE WHOLE CHAPTER
  7. Impressionism
    • Broken color technique
    • Monet- water lilies
    • Degas- horses, ballerina, everyday life
    • Rodin
    • Pointillism- Sarrot
  8. Fauves
    • Violence
    • Color
    • Expressing feelings
    • Matisse “red Studio"
    • Beasts
    • JUST KNOW A GENERAL DEFINTION
  9. German Expressoinists
    • Brilliant clashing colors
    • Distorted forms
    • Emotional
    • NOLDE- Pentecost, BIBLICAL allusions
    • DIE BRUC/ DER BLAUE REITER- SCHOOLS
  10. Dada
    • Reaction to the violence of WWI
    • Duchamp- Nude descending a staircase
  11. Cubists
    • Picasso
    • Braque
    • Threatening Socially, disdain for tradition,
    • anarchy,
    • Fractured Form, shape,
    • Try to show all of the angles all at once,
    • Simultaneity of views
    • Abstraction-Baraque
    • (NOT ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM)
    • Matisse-THE BACK thing/ The BIRD thing-ESSENTIALIZING
  12. Futurists
    • Progress through Technology
    • Championed war
    • Severini- Armored Train
    • Wanted to Destroy museums
    • Leader of this Movement- Italian, Marinetti
  13. Surrealism
    • Freud- huge influence
    • Incredibly detailed, dreamlike though
    • Dali- the persistence of memory
  14. Pop art-
    Whorhol, Pollock, Johns,
  15. Verdi
    Italian composer- La Traviata
  16. Bel canto-
    beautiful singing- plot subservient to the music
  17. Oratorio –
    Religious Opera- Messiah
  18. CAGE
    • Experimental, typifies 20th century,
    • relies on chance-aleitoric, random happenings
    • 433, number one 20th century composer
  19. Palestrina
    Gregorian Chant, Big at Sistine Chapel
  20. Dubussy
    Clair De Lune, Afternoon of the Fawn
  21. Schernburg
    • Flemish composer, Bridge figure for renn.,
    • motet and four voices,
  22. Mozart
    • Sonata Allegro,
    • Eine Kleinanacht- minuet and trio
  23. Schubert (Micheal Jackson)
    Earl King
  24. Gabrielle
    • O magnum something or rather
    • Split choirs
  25. Beethoven
    • Number one Romantic
    • Little Fugue, Sonatna pafatit- Autobiographical
    • Wrote for napoleaon
    • Classical Tradition
  26. Wagner
    • German folktales- nationalism
    • Eliminated bel canto- replaced with total work
    • Gesamtkunstwerk
    • Eliminated seperation between parts
  27. Cassot
    • American Women Painter
    • Women and children
    • Impressionism
  28. Sazzane
    • Geometric shapes, used
    • Mountains over and over again
    • Braque
    • Cubism, Abstraction
  29. Riefenstahl
    Nazi, “Olympia”
  30. Sullivan
    • Form follows function- in architecture, form
    • should be congruent with function
    • Not a previous style
  31. Degas
    Horses, Ballerina, Everyday life
  32. Rodin
    Balzac, The kiss
  33. Eizenstein
    • Pointellism, divisionism
    • Sunday on the la Grand Jot
  34. Warhol
    Cambell Soup, Marlyn Monroe, McJagger
  35. Watteau
    • ·
    • Return from Cytera, Rococo
  36. Talioni
    Point Dancing
  37. Salvador Dali
    The Melting Clocks, Persistance of Memory
  38. Dorothy Lange
    • Photography, everday pictures, parts of the
    • whold, cut of the tops of peoples heads
  39. Morriso
    • Mother and Child scenes as well- FRENCH though
    • The Bridge, looking into a park 474
  40. Hopper
    • Nighthawks
    • Didn’t go with the trend, lonely scenes of isolated
    • people
  41. Klee (548)
    Abstractish , THE fish
  42. Pollock
    • Gestural Abstraction-walked on canvas, flung
    • paint
  43. Rothcko
    Color field
  44. Severini
    • Futurist, armored train, looks happy, glorifies
    • war
  45. Calder
    • Originally and engineer, pieces made out of
    • steel, mobiles come out of ceiling
  46. Mondrian
    • Used Primary colors, lots of squares
    • Influenced Calder
  47. Johns
    Flag, Encaustic Techique, Wax pigmented
  48. Moore
    • Reclining Figures-Chackmolds
    • Influenced by Aztecs
    • Art should be outside
  49. King Louis the 14th
    • Versaille-Hall of mirrors
    • Baroque
    • The Son King- a lot of light and windows,
    • modeled after the son, the floor plan goes from east to west
  50. Durer
    • Influenced by classical ideals of beauty and the
    • perfect proportions
    • Etching and Engravings and woodcuts
    • Linear perspective
  51. Hogarth
    • Shortly After Marriage
    • Class of his own
  52. Bernini
    • David, Baroque sculptor, ecstasy of saint
    • teressa
  53. Rubins
    Fleshy women
  54. Picasso
    • Guernica
    • “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon”left hand side of the
    • canvas, progression along the canvas
  55. Deguse
    Womens Rights
  56. Montesqui-
    Checks and Balances
  57. Dieorot-
    encyclopedia
  58. Loyala-
    Jesuits
  59. Freud
    Psychoanalysis, influenced surrealism
  60. Descarte
    • I think therefore I
    • am
    • Scientific in approach, mathematic focus
  61. Marx
    Communist Manifesto
  62. Luther
    95 Thesis, Protestant reformation, mad about indulgences

    • Reformers- Priesthood,
    • focus on word, man is in natural fallen state, saved by grace
  63. Humanists
    • - counter reformers, could learn enough to save yourself
    • Both (them and reformers) wanted to study ancient text, greek,
    • criticized corruption of the Catholic church- lack of education
  64. Harvey
    Blood Flow
  65. Copernicus-
    - Heliocentric Model
  66. Bacon
    Scientific method
  67. Montaine
    Whacked out essay man
  68. Moliere
    • Tartuffe, appealed to the king, rhymed, controversial, characters weren’t
    • static characters
  69. English Romantic Poetry (Wordsworth’s definition of poetry)
    the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings;
  70. Modernism
    Wanted to change society, reform, isolation, Modernist Temper
  71. Jazz Music
    • African Slaves, Call and response technique,
    • field hollering,
    • Improvisation

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