Northern Renaissance to Baroque Art Slideshow

January 5, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: History, European History, Renaissance (1330-1550)
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Northern Renaissance to Baroque Chapter 16 continued

Rebekah Scoggins Art Appreciation February 14, 2013 (Happy Valentine’s Day!)

Eras – Focus • Greeks – idealized physical forms • Roman – emphasized physical naturalism • Middle Ages/Medieval – Spiritual concerns, not physical • Italian Renaissance – Earthly depictions of Christian subjects in human terms • Northern Renaissance - New interest in realism, everyday life in the real world

Jan van Eyck. The Arnolfini Portrait. 1434. Oil on panel.

Jan van Eyck. The Arnolfini Portrait (Details). 1434. Oil on panel.

Pieter Aertsen. The Butcher’s Stall. 1551. Oil on Panel.

Pieter Bruegel. Hunters in the Snow (Jager im Schnee). 1565. Oil on Panel.

Pieter Bruegel. Hunters in the Snow (Jager im Schnee). 1565. Oil on Panel.

The Limbourg Brothers. February: Winter from Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry. 15th Century. Ink and Colors on Parchment.

Late Italian Renaissance

Andrea Palladio. Villa Rotonda. Vicenza, Italy. 1567–1570.

Andrea Palladio. Villa Rotonda. Plan. Vicenza, Italy. 1567–1570.

Pantheon. Rome. Plan & Section. 118–125 C.E.

Paolo Veronese. Feast in the House of Levi. 1573. Oil on Canvas.

Paolo Veronese. Feast in the House of Levi (Detail). 1573.

Paolo Veronese. Feast in the House of Levi (Detail). 1573.

Leonardo da Vinci. The Last Supper (Detail). Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy. c. 1495–1498.

Baroque (1590s-1770)

Eras – Focus

• Greeks – idealized physical forms • Roman – emphasized physical naturalism • Middle Ages/Medieval – Spiritual concerns, not physical • Italian Renaissance – Earthly depictions of Christian subjects in human terms • Northern Renaissance – New interest in realism, everyday life in the real world • Baroque – move to drama, emotion; focus on light and light source, scale, diagonals and foreshortening

Caravaggio. The Conversion of Saint Paul. 1600-1601. Oil on Canvas.

Caravaggio. The Calling of Saint Matthew. 1599-1600. Oil on Canvas.

Caravaggio. The Calling of Saint Matthew (Detail). 1599-1600. Oil on Canvas.

Michelangelo Buonarroti. The Creation of Adam. Ceiling of The Sistine Chapel. Vatican, Rome. 1508–1512. Fresco.

Artemisia Gentileschi. Judith Slaying Holofernes. c. 1611-12. Oil on Canvas.

Artemisia Gentileschi. Judith and the Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes. c. 1625. Oil on Canvas.

Gian Lorenzo Bernini. David. 1623. Life-size. Marble

Gian Lorenzo Bernini. David. 1623. Life-size. Marble

Michelangelo. David. 1501–1504. Marble.

Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa. Detail of the altar. 1645–1652. Life-size. Marble.

Peter Paul Rubens. The Raising of the Cross. 1601-1611. Oil on Panel.

Michelangelo. The Creation of Adam (Detail). Ceiling of The Sistine Chapel. Vatican, Rome. 1508–1512. Fresco. Peter Paul Rubens. The Raising of the Cross (Detail). 1601-1611. Oil on Panel.

Diego Velázquez de Silva. Las Meninas. 1665. Oil on Canvas.

Velázquez Self Portrait

Royals reflected in the mirror

Diego Velázquez de Silva. Las Meninas (Detail). 1665. Oil on Canvas.

Jan van Eyck. The Arnolfini Portrait (Details). 1434. Oil on panel.

Diego Velázquez de Silva. Las Meninas (Detail). 1665. Oil on Canvas.

Baroque in Holland

Rembrandt van Rijn. Return of the Prodigal Son. c. 1668–1669. Oil on Canvas.

Jan Vermeer. The Kitchen Maid. c. 1658. Oil on Canvas.

Jan Vermeer. Girl with a Pearl Earring. c. 1665. Oil on Canvas.

Jan Vermeer. View of Delft. 1660-1661. Oil on Canvas.

Baroque in France

Palace of Versailles. Versailles, France. Renovation began 1664.

Palace of Versailles. The Hall of Mirrors. Versailles, France. c. 1678.

Rococo

Painting

Jean-Honoré Fragonard. Happy Accidents of the Swing. 1767.

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