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  1. Chiaroscuro LIGHT DARK

  2. The use of light and shadow, showing the direction of the light source.

  3. The light emanating from the baby Jesus

  4. What direction is the light coming from???

  5. Is it used in today’s art?????

  6. Using the paper given, draw a tree in each square. Using the chiaroscuro idea of light and dark show four different angles of the sun.

  7. Baroque 1580-1700 It glorified the Church and religious sentiment and portrayed the magnificence of secular wealth, both noble and bourgeois. CARAVAGGIO, REMBRANDT RUBENS, BERNINI, VEMEER

  8. BERNINI RUBENS

  9. VEMEER

  10. Caravaggio Italian Baroque painter, painted harsh realities, used chiaroscuro Chiaroscuro – The arrangement of light and shadow

  11. The Martyrdom of St.Matthew

  12. The Supper at Emmaus 1601

  13. The Cardsharps 1594

  14. Rembrandt Dutch Baroque painter, use of chiaroscuro a bold light and dark

  15. The Night Watch

  16. Descent from the Cross. 1634.

  17. The Blinding of Samson

  18. Compare and contrast the art from the Renaissance and the Baroque period. Use art terminology and find at least three similarities and three differences.

  19. Neoclassicism An art style that borrowed features from the works of ancient Greek and Roman artists. Jacques-Louis David – distinctive Neo-Classical style associated with the French Revolution Jefferson – neo-classical architecture with Ancient Greek and Roman architectural influences, reflect sides of newly independent United States

  20. Jacques-Louis David Death of Socrates

  21. The Oath of the Horatii

  22. Bonaparte Crossing the Alps at Grand-Saint-Bernard1801

  23. The Coronation of the Emperor Napoleon I

  24. Jefferson Monticello, Charlottesville, VA Parthenon

  25. University of Virginia,  1819-26. Pantheon

  26. On a sheet of paper draw the façade of Monticello and describe the Greek and Roman influences.

  27. Romanticism To counter-balance Neo-Classicism, Romanticism, also called the “Age of Sensibility” emerged. This art placed more importance on the imagination, emotional, and individual expression and less on intellectual and classic values. There is a return to nature, interest in the exotic, patriotic, primitive and supernatural. Romantic artists disliked the cool colors, stiffness, and subdued emotion in Neoclassicism.

  28. John Constable Best known for English landscapes Flatford Mill

  29. Wivenhoe Park 1816

  30. Parham Mill at Gillingham 1826, Oil on canvas

  31. Eugene Delacroix Arabs Skirmishing in the Mountains 1863

  32. Liberty Leading the People (28 July 1830). 1830. Oil on canvas. Louvre, Paris, France.

  33. Eugène Delacroix.The Sultan of Morocco and His Entourage. 1845. Oil on canvas. Musée des Augustins, Toulouse, France.

  34. Francisco Goya Spanish court painter examined violence, greed and foolishness of society The Family of King Carlos IV

  35. The Shootings of May Third 18081814 (110 kB); Oil on canvas,

  36. And There's Nothing to Be Done (Y no hai remedio), 1810–23Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)Etching, drypoint, burin, and burnisher The Metropolitan Museum of Art

  37. From the Goya painting and etching write a news story that includes the latest developments in the French invasion of Spain. Your story will be included in the latest issue of The Wall Street Journal.

  38. Realism An art style concerned with depicting the world as it is. Edouard Manet: Gare St. Lazare, 1873. National Gallery, Washington.