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D. Pasture Arts 2C Winter 2013 Midterm Review Date of Quiz: Thursday, January 24 Date of Midterm: Wednesday, February 13 The following are images which you will need to know for the exam. I will ask you to call to mind the artist, or the title, or the date, or the period.

You should memorize all of the information provided:

  1. Bimini. Baldacchino. St. Peter’s, Rome. 1624-1633. Italian Baroqu6. pg. 673.
  2. Bimini. The ecstasy of St. Theresa. Comaro Chapel. 1645-1652. Italian baroque. pg. 675.
  3. Caravaggio. Conversionof St. Paul. c. 1601. ItalianBaroque. pg. 683.
  4. Caravaggio. Calling of St. Matthew. c. 1597-1601. Italian Baroque. pg. 681.
  5. Artemesia Gentileschi. Judith Slaying Holofernes. c. 1614-1620. Italian Baroque. pg. 683.
  6. Josd de Ribera. Martyrdom of st. Philip. c. 1639. pish Baroque. pg. 688. T. Yelazquez. Las Meninas. 1656. Spanish Baroque. pg. 691.
  7. Rubens. Elevation of the Cross. 1610. Flemish Baroque. pg. 698.
  8. Frans Hals. Archers of Saint Hadrian. c. 1633. Dutch Baroque. pg. 704.
  9. Judith Leyster. Self-Portrait. c. 1630. Dutch Baroque. pg. 705.
  10. Rembrandt Van Rijn. Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp. 1632. Dutch Baroque. pg. 706. Rijn. Night Watch. 642. Dutch Baroque. pg. 707.
  11. Rembrandt Van
  12. Vermeer. Woman Holding a Balance. c. 1664. Dutch Baroque. pg. 7ll. 1
  13. Georges de La Tour. Adoration of the Shepherds. 1645-50. French Baroque. pg. 723.
  14. Poussin. EtinArcadiaEgo. c. 1655. FrenchBaroque. pg. 719.
  15. Claude Lorrain. Landscape with Cattle and Peasants. 1629. French Baroque. pg. 72I.
  16. Hyacinthe Rigaud. Louis )ilV. n}l. French Baroque. pg. 7l4.
  17. Mansart and Le.
  18. Frangois de Brun. Hall of Mirrors. Versailles. c. 1680. French Baroque. pg. 716. 730.. Cuvillids. Hall of Minors, the Amalienburg. Early 18s c. Rococo.
  19. Walter. Pilgrimage to Cythera
  20. Boucher. Cupid a Captive. 1717. Rococo. pg. 732. . 1754. Rococo. pg. 733.
  21. Fragonard. The Swing. 1766. Rococo. pe. 734. II.

In addition to the slide identifications, other questions including multiple-choice, and short answer questions will be on the midterm examination. In order to respond to these questions, you should have a strong understanding of the following:

A. All of the periods we have discussed in class, including:

1. The Baroque – chapter24

  • a. Italy
  • b. Spain

2. The Baroque * chapter 25

  • a. Flanders
  • b. The Dutch Republic c. France 3.

The Rococo – chapter 26 (to page 734).

B. While you will be tested on the slides listed above h ” I”, you will also be expected to have a good comprehension of images not necessarily on the list. We have seen, for example, images in class that are not in the textbook, including a number of works by Vermeer. Although you will not be expected to know the titles or the dates of the slides not on the list, you should have a general understanding of these to be able to answer possible multiple-choice or short answer questions. Reading over your class notes should help in familiarizing yourself with these works.

C. The exam will also include multiple choice and short answer questions on the history andcultureof the above-mentioned societies. This is the type of knowledge that should be stressed when studying for the exam. The Reformation and Counter-Reformation, for example, influenced so much art of this period that an understanding of these movements is critical. Culturally, the religious beliefs and expanding middle class of Holland played a large role in the art produced in that country.

Ways to study:

  • A. attend class regularly
  • B. read over your class notes thoroughly
  • C. memorize the slide list above (either from the book or from my sitesgoogle. com/site/dpasturelarthistory/) D. read the textbook website: IV.

What to bring to the Exar:

  • A. open and or 2pencil
  • B. scantron form available in the bookstore
  • C. no dictionaries will be permitted except in special cases that have been cleared with me in advance. CIIEATING POLICY: CHEATINGWILL NOT BE TOLERATED. If you are caught cheating during the exam, you will be asked to leave. If your responses are exactly the sa$te, or suspiciously similar to those of another student, your work will be called into question.