Are the Wölfflinian principles really “a set of stylistic qualities?” (p. 14, col. 1) linear/painterly plane/recession closed/open form multiplicity/unity absolute/relative clarity Are the terms “irregular, bizarre, uneven, strange, and awkward,” sufficient and satisfactory when we come to identifying from what we see works which are said to belong to the Baroque? (p.13, col.1) What is the difference between “symptom” and “syndrome?” Invent a modern-day example of each. (p. 15, col.2)
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Does a hierarchy of genres exist today? If you think so, make a prioritized list. (p. 19, col. 2) allegorical*, folk art, genre painting, graffiti, landscape, literary*, military*, mythological*, performance, portraiture, religious*, seascapes, still life *traditionally grouped as “history” What do you understand (from Minor’s admittedly sketchy discussion) the word “concetto” to mean? (p. 20, col. 2)
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Explain how a Baroque time-traveler might see as “marvelous” the “shock and awe” intended to result from the (unprovoked) invasion of Iraq. (p. 22, col1). The collapse of the twin towers on 9/11.
Monumental canvases were featured in "E-werk," a 1994 exhibition. “In This Town,” Lukacs depicts young workers with trademark shaved heads momentarily pausing from their backbreaking work. Although interpretable as a social commentary on the state of political affairs in post-unified Germany, the grimy, fleshy youths are presented in such a way that the gay male viewer may linger with an erotic gaze on their labor formed pectorals and sweat covered limbs. To what extent would our time-traveler agree that Attila Richard Lukacs’s work exemplifies the Baroque concept of spectacle? LOVE IN UNION: “Amorous meeting,”1992, oil on canvas, 118.8 x 79 inches From “E-werk” series, exhibited 1994
Do both these details from the Sistine Ceiling include quadri Riportati? A quadro riportato is a painted Illusion which looks like a real framed two-dimensional painting glued to the ceiling.
Do you agree that both ceilings show the use of “quadro riportato” (transported picture)? Ceiling by Baciccio (painting) and Antonio Raggi and Leonardo Retti (stuccoes),1679, Church of the Gesù, Rome Ceiling fresco, 1597-1602, Fresco, Palazzo Farnese, Rome