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Baroque. Naturalism : depiction seeking to imitate nature, not idealistic in the least. Impasto : thick and heavily applied pigment (paint) Renaissance painters strived for perspective and definition, while Baroque artist included the viewer emotionally and intellectually. BERNINI.

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Naturalism: depiction seeking to imitate nature, not idealistic in the least.

  • Impasto: thick and heavily applied pigment (paint)
  • Renaissance painters strived for perspective and definition, while Baroque artist included the viewer emotionally and intellectually.
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BERNINI

  • St. Teresa of Ávila in Ecstasy, 1645-52. Marble
  • Cornaro Chapel, framed by corinthean columns in a niche in front of altar.
  • Highly emotional with facial expressions and movement of drapery
  • Descending rays of light are gilt bronze, illuminated from window above
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David, marble, 1623.

  • This David unlike Michelangelo’s and Donatello’s is depicted during the battle.
  • Echoes _____________ from Classical Greece? (think Olympics..)
  • Fierce look of determination, heightened sense of emotionalism.
  • Viewer is forced to walked completely around piece to experience the sculpture.
caravaggio
Caravaggio
  • Developed new, dramatic lighting effects compared to the chiaroscuro from the later Renaissance, tenebrism.
  • Was a specialist at an early age painting still life, specifically fruit and vegetables.
  • Early work included still life, cardsharps, fortune-tellers (gypsies), and hobo’s.
  • Figures set close to the picture plane, brightly lit.
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Boy With a Basket of Fruit, oil on canvas, 1593-94

  • Notice the attention to the fruit and foliage.
  • Lack of background heightens focus on figure.
  • Type of painting is known as “half-figures”
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Sick Bacchus, oil on canvas, 1593.

  • What can you tell me?
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http caravaggio kimbellart org exhibit
http://caravaggio.kimbellart.org/exhibit
  • In groups of two/one of three, visit this website and INDIVIDUALLY choose one Caravaggio painting from his “Music and Youth” or “Cardsharps and Fortune Tellers” section and describe why you chose it.
  • What parts of the painting are you specifically interested in, and what does the Kimball Curator have to say about it?
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The Calling of Saint Matthew, 1599-1600, oil on canvas.

  • 1st public commission for Contarelli Chapel, Jesus is seen pointing at a tax collector.
  • High in naturalism, but influenced by Renaissance master’s (Michelangelo)
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Entombment, 1602-03

  • Oil on canvas
  • Emotional and expressive, this relatively symmetrical grouping is mourning the descent from the cross.
  • Slab of stone is angled to depict DEPTH (as opposed to LINEAR)
  • Void of the background is tenebristic which heightens the moment of this very scene.
followers of caravaggio caravaggisti
Followers of Caravaggio: Caravaggisti
  • Artemisia Gentileschi – Italy
  • Georges de la Tour – France
  • Jusepe de Ribera – Spain/ Italy
  • Diego Velázquez - Spain
artemisia gentileschi
Artemisia Gentileschi
  • Judith and Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes
  • 1625, oil on canvas
  • Baroque naturalism and tenebrism
  • Judith hides the light of the candle so the maidservant can stuff Holofernes’ head in a sack.
george de la tour
George de la Tour
  • Magdalen with Smoking Flame, 1640, oil on canvas.
  • Simplifiedsetting vs. Caravaggio’s naturalism
  • Known for single dramatic candle light source. It conveys the mood for painting
  • Hand on skull= contemplating frailty and vanity (emptiness) of human life.
jusepe de ribera
Jusepe de Ribera
  • Martyrdom of St. Bartholomew, 1634
  • Oil on Canvas
  • Church was aiming to draw people back to Catholicism, commissioned artists to depict epic, dramatic, heroic martyrs.
  • Gets skinned alive.
  • Tenbristic effects with intensely realistic aged face.
  • Martyr looks heavenward
diego vel squez
Diego Velásquez
  • Water Carrier of Seville, 1619
  • Well-known water seller
  • Contrasting textures, shiny vs. matte
  • Velásquez = greatest artist to emerge out of Caravaggesque school in Seville
  • Entered Seville painter’s guild in 1617
  • Influenced by Caravaggesquetenebrism and naturalism
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“Velázquez's Las Meninas has long captivated viewers by its effect of naturalism. Nineteenth century critics saw it as anticipating the invention of the camera with its effect of capturing a "snapshot" of a moment in time and space. Contemporary critics have emphasized the calculated control Velázquez employed to construct this effect of naturalism. Rather than as a snap-shot, a transparent window, or a spotless mirror of the world, Las Meninas is today seen to be more about the nature of painting, the artist's control over representation, and the status of Velázquez as a court artist. “

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Viewer/ Viewed

  • Control of Artist
  • Anticipation of camera?
  • “snap-shot” effect
  • Status of artist:
    • Order of Santiago on his chest
    • Who is the main character depicted here?
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Choose one image and write a 8 minute response. You should use appropriate language and vocabulary.