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  • Baroque Era defined by a music period 1600-1750 1600 year of the first opera production 1750 year of the death of Bach
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  • Baroque The term baroque was not a complement it originally meant overdone too many notes in music, too much color in painting, and too grand in architecture. It has come to include the following definitions: Marked by elaborate ornamentation Aims to create a dramatic effect Appealing to the spirit through the senses Enlarged space Heightened sensuality combined with spirituality Naturalistic rather than ideal, emotional rather than rational Conflict, paradox and contrast, heightened spirituality, lively sensuality Ornate
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  • Baroque Art and Architecture Started in the Catholic countries and seen as a reaction to the Protestant Reformation see how great Catholicism is
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  • More Baroque Architecture
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  • Baroque Art Baroque art is mainly defined by a time period. Baroque art in Spain and Italy was made as a response to the Protestant Reformation look and see how magnificent the Catholic Church can be. In Catholic countries the church financed most art, in Protestant countries it was wealthy businessmen who financed art. In other areas of Europe it is defined by a style of art that shows great contrast between light and dark and the use of oil paints. Berninis The Ecstasy of St. Theresa was considered too erotic for the Vatican check out the light.
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  • More Bernini Beautiful Bodies and Beautiful Movement How does this David compare with the others?
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  • Baroque Art Michelangelo Caravaggio -- Italian Amor Vincit Omnia Ms. Pughs favorite artist! Used light to display drama. Light usually signified God or heavenly intervention.
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  • Bacchus Not afraid to use pagan Greek and Roman figures in art.
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  • The Calling of Saint Matthew 1599-1600
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  • The Conversion of St. Paul Where is the light coming from?
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  • The Crucifixion of Saint Peter
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  • The Decapitation of Saint John the Baptist
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  • The Inspiration of St. Matthew
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  • Judith Beheading Holofernes c. 1598
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  • The Sacrifice of Issac
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  • Supper at Emmaus
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  • The Female Caravaggio Artemesia Gentileschi Worked in her fathers studio. Violently raped
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  • Comparison
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  • Mary Magdalen
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  • The Baroque Period in Spain The Baroque Period in Spain was really the Spanish Renaissance. Literature was dominate by Cervantes
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  • El Grecos Laocoon Elongated Bodies
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  • Veronica
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  • Christ Driving the Traders from the Temple
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  • View of Toledo
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  • Portraits Many baroque artists painted portraits for royalty and the wealthy. Velazquezs Las Meninas is a famous example. Rated by Art Historians as best painting in the world. Painting includes paintings by Rubens
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  • Rembrandt Protestant What historical event is this?
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  • Rembrandt How does this painting depict the art an culture of its day (past AP Euro question)?
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  • Rubens is a name to know fleshy subjects especially women!)
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  • Jan Vermeer Another master of light!!!
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  • More Vermeer
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  • French Baroque (Begins Neoclassical Era in Art History) Poussin
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  • French Baroque French baroque painting included many natural landscapes, but the only thing you should care about here is Louis XIV building of Versailles.