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    BaroqueBaroque" means irregular, and consequently, flawed pearl.

    It is applied

    generally to the dynamic and undisciplined artistic creativity of the

    seventeenth century.

    The Baroque is a period

    of artistic style that

    used exaggerated

    motion, clear and easilyinterpreted detail to

    produce drama, tension,

    exuberance and

    grandeur in arts.

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    Began in Rome, Italy

    From 1600 to 1750Divided to 3 phases : 1) Early Baroque (c.1590-1625)

    2) High Baroque (c.1625-1660)

    3) Late Baroque (Rococo) (c.1660-1725)

    The conflict between

    the Protestants and

    Catholic had a great

    effect on art.

    Counter

    reformation

    and the

    launching of

    campaigns forchurches

    demand for

    art to serve

    as a

    propaganda

    paintings and sculptures in church

    contexts should speak to the illiterate

    Patrons of art: - The Church

    - The Courts

    - Secular governments

    - The middle class

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    Characteristics of Baroque Art

    Direct,

    Obvious,

    Dramaticimages

    Draws viewer

    to participate

    in the scene

    Depictions feel

    physically and

    psychologically real

    Contrasts between

    dark, light and

    shadow

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    grandiose visions, ecstasies and conversions,

    martyrdom and death, intense light, intense

    psychological moments.

    Extravagant settings and

    ornamentation

    Solimena, Francesco (1657-1747)

    The Martyrdom of Sts Placidus

    and Flavia

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    Michelangelo Merisi or

    Amerighi da Caravaggio

    Italian artist, active in Rome,

    Naples, Malta and Sicily

    Period : 1565-1609

    he handled his success poorly,

    was jailed on several

    occasions, vandalized his own

    apartment, and ultimately had

    a death warrant issued for him

    by the Pope

    Was famous for dramatic

    use of lighting, shadows or

    Chiaroscuro

    Had a very bad temper

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    The Conversion on the Way to Damascus, 1601

    Shadow and light used toheighten the drama, depth

    and meaning of his painting.

    Religion Related

    depicts a moment of intense

    religious ecstasy

    placement of the characters -

    Conversion

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    The Martyrdom of Saint Matthew(15991600)

    located in the Contarelli

    Chapel of the church of the

    French congregation SanLuigi dei Francesi in Rome

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    Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn Born 15 July 1606 in Leiden,Dutch Republic, was a

    Dutch Painter and etcher,

    greatest painters and

    printmakers in

    European art and the

    most important in

    Dutch History

    greatest creative triumphsare exemplified especially

    in his portraits of his

    contemporaries, self

    portraits and illustrations

    of scenes from the Bible

    Great skill and sympathetic

    understanding of people

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    The storm on the sea of

    Galilee

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    The Anatomy Lesson of Dr.

    Nicolaes Tulp , 1632

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    Rembrandt Etching:

    A self Portrait with Flat nose

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    Franois Boucher29 September 170330 May 1770

    Proponent of the rococo style

    known for his idyllic and

    voluptuous paintings onclassical themes,

    decorative allegories, and

    pastoral scenes

    also designed theater

    costumes and sets, and the

    ardent intrigues of the comic

    operas of Charles Simon

    Favart

    Also involved doing

    Tapestry works

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    Portraits of Madame de Pompadour

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    Pastoral Scene

    The Bridge, 1751

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    Allegory of Painting

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    Baroque Fashion

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    Disappearance

    Of ruff, favouring

    Broad lace or

    linen collars

    Rising

    Waistlines

    (both men &

    women)

    Hoses fade,

    Breeches used

    Full sleeves

    Fashionable

    Bodices with

    High/low

    Necklines

    Full/ 3

    quarter

    sleeves

    Open skirts

    Revealing

    petticoat,

    or closed

    all around

    Coat and

    waistcoat

    inside

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    Laughing Cavalier by Frans Hals

    Slashed Doublet

    Wide Reticella Lace

    Collar and Cuffs

    Broadbrimmed hat

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    James I England

    James Hamilton, Earl

    of Arran Charles I

    D th C L t Eli b th L d St l

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    Dorothy Cary, Later

    Viscountess Rochford

    1614-18

    Elizabeth, Lady Style

    of Wateringbury

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    Sara Wolphaerts Van

    Diemen, 1630

    Marie-Louise de

    Tassis, 1620

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    Footwear

    Heeled

    shoes with

    shoe roses

    By 1620,

    heeled

    boots

    became

    popular

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    Lower Class

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    Petticoat

    with Apron

    Jacket

    BodiceBreeches Doublets

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    Baroque Architecture

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    Bold, curving

    & not at all symmetricalbuildings

    With ornate decoration

    Curving

    facades

    Highly

    decorated

    pediments Ceilings

    painted

    to show

    illusionism

    TrompeLoeil

    Ovalshape

    used

    Marble,Gilt and

    Bronze

    Used

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    Gian Lorenzo Bernini

    Italian artist and

    prominent

    architect

    Worked mainly in Rome

    Bernini possessed

    the ability to depict

    dramatic narratives

    with characters

    showing intense

    psychological states,

    especially in

    Sculptures

    7 December 1598 -28

    November 1680

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    Apollo and Daphne

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    St. Peters Square, Vatican City

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    Francesco Borromini 25 September 15992 August 1667

    was a leading figure

    in the emergence ofRoman Baroque

    architecture

    idiosyncratic

    architecture,manipulating of

    Classical architectural

    forms, geometrical

    rationales in his plans

    and symbolic meanings

    in his buildings

    Career

    constrained by

    his own

    personality

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    San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane

    Sant' Ivo alla Sapienza

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    Sant Ivo alla Sapienza

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    The End

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