NORTHERN EUROPEAN

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NORTHERN EUROPEAN
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    • TRINITY from Boucicaut Heures
    • BOUCICAUT MASTER
    • -overall pattern, no real setting for figures
    • -looks like hanging tapestry
    • VISION of ST. EUSTACE
    • 1430
    • PISANELLO
    • -stag with Christ on cross growing on antlers
    • -nice forshortening, almost no horizon (tapestry)
    • -great detail, naturalistic detail but not integrated
    • -no drama, can't feel experience
    • FALL of MAN from Temptation from Tres Riches
    • 1415
    • LIMBOURGH BROS
    • - Adam and Eve thrown out of Eden, contrapposto figure on left
    • -frame=circle=perfect world-> kicked out of circle
    • -pose of modesty, shame
    • AUGUST calendar page from Tres Riches
    • LIMBOURGH BROS
    • -aristocratic past time in foreground, peasants working in background
    • -world of pure color(have nothing to do with landscape)
    • -Falconing, falconer dressed in working man's attire, contrapposto, looking back
    • -man with long pole shown as lower class- in shadow and sunburned
    • - falconer mediates between 2 worlds (points out contrast)
    • JUNE calendar page from Tres Riches
    • LIMBOURGH BROS
    • -peasants look content
    • -brighter colors, rhythm to their work
    • -look like puppets of Duke
    • -what the experience looks like rather that the emotion of it is
    • -community aspect
    • -Dukes perspective
    • OCTOBER calendar page form Tres Riches
    • LIMBOURGH BROS
    • -peasants look miserable, view from their perspective
    • -dreary colors, face of anguish
    • -aristocrates across the river
    • -what the experience is actually like
    • -suggestion of breaking the frame
    • -division line of river
    • -loneliness and isolation of the workers
    • DECEMBER calendar page from Tres Riches
    • LIMBOURGH BROS
    • -boar hunt, getting demolished (major aristocratic past time), yet they're not there..
    • -underlying brutality of this aristocratic ideal
    • JANUARY calendar page from Tres Riches
    • LIMBOURGH BROS
    • -fancy clothes and sophisticated but lacking moral code
    • -ideal VS real
    • - play on space
    • -softer faces
    • -aristocrats don't know moderation, feasting month (and fasting)
    • -Duke Berry sitting at table, huge halo
    • -direct representation of aristocrats
    • -hard to tell reality form ideal (tapestry)
    • -very crowded area, no space
    • -hierarchy, Berry is huge
    • -excess of everything
    • FEBRUARY calendar page form Tres Riches
    • LIMBOURGH BROS
    • -softer faces
    • -scene to make fun of peasants
    • -all things necessary
    • -one of first real snow scenes in art
    • -experience of cold living
    • -condensed breath, hands near fire
    • TEMPTATION of CHRIST Hours of the Years from Tres Riches
    • LIMBOURGH BROS
    • -christ being tempted by one of Dukes palaces
    • -use of space, very cubist, incoherent landscape, perspective
    • VIRGIN and CHILD with ST GEORGE & ANTHONY ABBOT
    • 1430
    • PISANELLO
    • -St. George dressed as Parisian, opposition of Anthony
    • -inability to integrate the sacred
    • -St Anthony huge and heavy figure
    • -madonna and child-> vision in sky, stuck in there to resolve
    • ANNUNCIATION
    • 1418
    • ROHAN MASTER
    • ROHAN HEURES
    • -steps outside of conventional, cooler, sharper colors
    • -more dramatic/expressive; Esher-like cube backdrop
    • -mary enormous, strange perspective, disorienting, not idealized figures
    • -Rohan understands perspective to the point where he takes control of it
    • ANNUNCIATION of the SHEPHERDS from Rohan Hueres
    • ROHAN MASTER
    • -plays with perspective and proportion
    • -huge man, made from earth, weary
    • -intentional; experiencial
    • -characters not paying attention to sacred
    • -KEY character between Medieval world and Renaissance
    • -sacred associated with experience
    • ANNUNCIATION
    • BOUCICAUT MASTER
    • BOUCICAUT HEURES
    • -strong framing
    • -not dramatic
    • -calm faces
    • VISITATION from Tres Riches
    • LIMBOURGH BROS
    • 1415
    • -raunchy commentaries around frame
    • VISITATION from Rohan Heures
    • ROHAN MASTER
    • -International style, elongated figures, patterning
    • -moment of shock, dramatic, strange colors
    • ANNUNCIATION of the SHEPHERDS
    • JEANNE DE NAVARRE
    • -very decorative, main image is an after thought
    • -flat background patten- most vibrant
    • -figures around frame more interesting- silly/humorous
    • LAMENTATION from Rohan Heures
    • ROHAN MASTER
    • -simply, reduced to the core figures, eye goes straight to figures
    • -dramatic and emotional
    • -mary reaching for christ with all her weight
    • -god has sad, weary expression
    • -john the evangelist looks up at god with blame
    • -god and christ break frame(too large to experience)

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