Presentation Summary : Baroque Style of Art & Architecture Dramatic, emotional. Colors were brighter than bright; darks were darker than dark. Counter-Reformation art. Paintings ...
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Presentation Summary : Title: Baroque Art and Architecture Author: Shannon Pugh Last modified by: SHANNON M PUGH Created Date: 10/3/2003 3:19:14 PM Document presentation format
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Presentation Summary : Baroque Art – 1600-1750 Catholic Countries: Italy, Flanders (Flemish), Spain, France What to look for: -Use of light – harsh light from single source to ...
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Presentation Summary : Baroque Art 1600-1750 A.D. Baroque Rome center for Baroque art Catholic church financed magnificent cathedrals & grand works to * display faith’s triumph after the ...
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Presentation Summary : Dutch Baroque Art Characteristics of Dutch Art No church or aristocracy as patrons Art produced on the open market, specialized by subject matter: portrait, genre ...
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Presentation Summary : Baroque that was primarily associated with the religious tensions within Western Christianity: division on Roman Catholicism and Protestantism.
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Presentation Summary : Baroque Era 1600 – 1750 Historical Background… During the Renaissance, the focus on the Catholic Church changed drastically. The Protestant Reformation was a ...
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Presentation Summary : Agenda February Culture Projects Due NEXT FRIDAY!! To get: Two Pieces of paper If it ain’t Baroque…Reading To do: Opener Lecture w/ short Bernini video
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Presentation Summary : Baroque Art The Council of Trent, in which the Roman Catholic Church answered many questions of internal reform raised by both Protestants and by those who had ...
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Presentation Summary : The Baroque World
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Presentation Summary : Title: Baroque Art Author: ACT 99 Last modified by: Dan McDowell Created Date: 11/12/1999 2:42:47 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company
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Presentation Summary : History of Music Baroque And Classical Baroque 1600-1750 At the end of the 16th century, madrigal composers moved to extreme dissonances and rhythmic contrasts to ...
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Presentation Summary : The Baroque Era Music, art and architecture 1600-1750 * * * * Note the symmetry * The harpsichord is similar to the piano except that its strings are plucked instead ...
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Presentation Summary : Baroque Art. Artistic style that used exaggerated motion and clear, easily interpreted detail to produce drama, tension, exuberance, and grandeur.
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Presentation Summary : Chapter Fifteen: The Baroque World Culture and Values, 6th Ed. Cunningham and Reich The Counter-Reformation Spirit Council of Trent (1545-1563) Redefined doctrines ...
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Presentation Summary : THE BAROQUE ERA 1600-1750 Journal Entry #8 Given what you know about the Renaissance, what new innovations and styles you do THINK are coming up in the Baroque era?
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Presentation Summary : This is, as we have seen, a typical feature of baroque art — breaking down the barrier between the work and the viewer, to involve us more.
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