Baroque: Protestant Reformation and King / Absolutism Baroque

Submitted By Yuxuan-You
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Charles I
Parliament has power after Charles’ rule.


Charles II
Merry guy + loves dog
Killed
Act of uniformity
Mistress:

Oliver Cromwell
Fight for parliament
Leader
Start to do want I want to do not in parliament anymore
Most-hated man in Ireland
He sent over troop to Ireland and killed many ppl.
Take over Ireland


Classical Greek
Zeus: quite stoic
No feeling, deep thinking

Hellenistic Art
evolution
Expressive
More feeling
Contorted
Emotional

Renaissance
Look up to church
Balanced



Baroque Art
Not idealized
Dramatic

*Bernini
More complexed
Not simple
Four rivers fountain
Influence Louis XIIII
Ornate
St. Peters
Sexual: Baroque
A lot religious but sexual

El Greco (Spain)
Counter reformation
Very much religious
Very busy and ornate
Too avant-garde

Caravaggio (Italy)
Very shallow,
St Paul falling from horse
Saturated
Theme: dramatic, theatrical
Judith: being raped

Artemesia Gentileschi
Raped by father’ apprentice
Did Judith: very happy
Very dramatic

Baroque in North= glory of King/ absolutism

Baroque in South= Counter- religious

Rubens (absolutism)
Did Medici marry Henry IV
So ornate
Busy
Portrait= Catharine de Medici
Body shape influenced by Greek sculpture
Henry IV:
Rape of Saipan Women:

Rembrandt
About Calvinist, wealth class, merchant
Rembrandt: triangle light on face
Night watch: dutch
Lighting


Vermeer
Spirit of Netherland
Capture greatest time of Netherland
Open window + map  explore, ourside= possibility
Painted Charles II



Pick out painting
-renaissance essay: reference to Art.



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