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Lecture 16

ART 1107 Lecture 16: Premodern
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Department
Art
Course
ART 1107
Professor
Christopher Lee Hall
Semester
Spring

Description
Art in Society March 6, 2017 Premodern Paris, France is the art capital of the western world The Swing, Fragonard, 1767 The Execution of King Louis XVI Neoclassicism (Greek/Roman) - Didactic: teaches a lesson - Severe, dramatic - Patriotic in support of Republican ideals The Oath of the Horatii, Jacques Louis David, 1784 identify as neoclassicism The Lictors Bringing Brutus the Bodies of His Sons, 1789 Napoleon Crossing the Alps, 1801 U.S. Capitol Building Romanticism - Interests include the exotic Near Easy - Classical and Medieval ruins - Exploring the Beautiful and Sublime in Nature - Spirituality outside the church, Artist as a Visionary Seer - Heroic and Fantastic situations (battles, mythology) - Darker themes (murder, apocalypse, madness) - Anti-technology and science stance, favoring a return to nature - Emotion is primary (exemplified by the wild, loose handling of paint) Francisco Goya (court painter) - painted portrait of Charles the IV and his family, 1801 - The Third of May, 180
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