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ARTH 1102
FINAL EXAM
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NEOCLASSICISM
-painterly + love, line + morals; reaction to the Rococo
-United States, and French Industrial Revolution
-Napolean took over as dictator after the Revolution; Marat painted him
Chardin
a. Back From the Market (domestic scene)
b. Kitchen Still Life
Copley
a. American
b. Paul Revere
c. Watson and the Shark
David
a. The Death of Socrates (1787)
b. Death of Marat (French Revolution) - 1793
* Charlotte Corday murdered Marat
* precise shadows, like Caravaggio
c. lines, not painterly
Houdon
a. Voltaire Seated (sculpture) - smiling
b. George Washington (Houdon stayed at his house; also Franklin and Jefferson)
West
a. first American
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b. The Death of General Wolfe
* the defeat of the French by the English
* contemporary clothes
ROMANTICISM
-exotic, adventurous, gothic (Big Ben, House of Parliament)
-the Reign of Terror (from the French Revolution) - guillotine
Bingham
American painter, discovered Machu Pichu
Blake
a. The Ancient of Days
b. English poet; also painter
Cole
American painter (Hudson River School)
Constable
a. Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows
b. English painter
Delacroix
a. posed in Liberty Leading the People (1830)
b. Death of Sardanapolus
Fuseli
The Nightmare
Gericault
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Painterly + love, line + morals; reaction to the rococo. Napolean took over as dictator after the revolution; marat painted him. Chardin: back from the market (domestic scene, kitchen still life. Copley: american, paul revere, watson and the shark. David: the death of socrates (1787, death of marat (french revolution) - 1793. * precise shadows, like caravaggio: lines, not painterly. Houdon: voltaire seated (sculpture) - smiling, george washington (houdon stayed at his house; also franklin and jefferson) West: first american, the death of general wolfe. * the defeat of the french by the english. Exotic, adventurous, gothic (big ben, house of parliament) The reign of terror (from the french revolution) - guillotine. Cole: the ancient of days, english poet; also painter. Constable: salisbury cathedral from the meadows, english painter. Delacroix: posed in liberty leading the people (1830, death of sardanapolus. Goya: became official painter of spanish court in the 1790s, third of may, 1808 (1814)

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