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Elizabethan Era Art

Useful information about the Elizabethan Era Art by Eve Villaruel and Ariana Sherrell.
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Transcript of Elizabethan Era Art

Type of Art Created
Portraiture (Miniatures)
Textiles & Embroidery
Sculptures
Decorative Arts

- furniture, glassware, and interior designs
Famous Artists of the Elizabethan Era
Nicholas Hilliard, Marcus Gheeraerts, Robert Peake the elder, John de Critz, and George Gower, Isaac Oliver, Samuel Cooper
How Many Different Forms of Elizabethan Art Were There and What Were They?
There were
four
forms of art during the Elizabethan era.
Paintings
,
Music
,
Literature and Poetry
, and
Architecture
.
Music
Instruments like the
lute
(guitar or cello-like),
viol
(violin),
spinet
(piano-like),
bagpipe
,
fife
, and
cornet
(short trumpet) became famous.
Literature and Poetry
Literature and Poetry are influenced by
Italian Sonnets
.
Most of
William Shakespeare
's works became popular throughout England.
The Elizabethan Era
The Elizabethan Era is the age of
New Renaissance
.
It was an era when thinking was changed and new ideas were created.
Knowledge about science, technology, and astrology expanded and new information about science was formed.
Beliefs and rumors about witches, witchcraft, and ghosts spread.
When Did Elizabethan Art Become Famous?
About the
late 16th and 17th century
.
1570-1610

(after Elizabeth I became queen).
Where Did Elizabethan Art Become Famous?
All throughout England
Who made Elizabethan Art Popular?
Artists like
Nicholas Hilliard
Miniature Artist; painted small pictures and put them on jewelry.
By: Eve Villaruel
& Ariana Sherrell
Inspiration of Artwork
"THE ELIZABETHAN ERA"
History of Elizabethan Architecture
late 1500's throughout the 1600's.
Architectural factor from the Elizabethan period is that the traditional building of churches stops and the building of houses begins.
Fortified Castles Country Houses
Medieval Moats and Drawbridges to
Pleasures Gardens shaped in an "E" for Queen Elizabeth
Most houses had
flowers
as they were popular among Elizabethans
Architecture
Additional Information!
"THE ELIZABETHAN ART"
Featuring
european mannerisms
School of Fontainebleau
noble class
costumes with armor
ruffles
hunting gear
lace
Henry Frederick & Sir John Harrington
1603
Robert Peake
An Unknown Man Against a Background of Flames
1600
Nicholas Hilliard
Second Earl of Essex
1597
Nicholas Hilliard
Queen Elizabeth I
A Portrait of a Young Man
1514
Nicholas Hilliard
Prince of Wales
1603
Robert Peake the Elder
Countess of Somerset
1595
Isaac Oliver
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circa 1600
Marcus Gheerearts
Anne of Denmark
circa 1605
John de Critz
Armada Portrait
circa 1588
George Gower
HISTORY
Famous Artworks and Artists
Different Forms of Elizabethan Art
INTERESTING FACTS!
The portraits of Queen Elizabeth I as a
princess
were
not very recognized.
Miniature paintings of Queen Elizabeth I were put on

jewelry
and many Noblemen or women wore that jewelry to show their
loyalty
to the
queen
.
If the Queen was
not satisfied with a portrait
,
she would have it
destroyed
.
The Queen's portraits were considered a propaganda campaign by the government to earn the loyalty of the people.
Nicholas Hilliard was one of the Queen's favorite artists

and Hilliard, Marcus Gheeraerts, Robert Peake the Elder, John de Critz and George Gower all
received
commissions from the Crown (orders to paint pictures of the Queen)
Most notable court painters are

Dutch
.
Nicholas Hiliard's
A Portrait of a Young Man
was
2 3/4 " wide by 5 3/8" deep
About Elizabethan Architecture
There are

FOUR
main types of home during the Elizabethan era and they are an expression of wealth and status
ROYAL WORKS
-
kings and queens
(
large, chapels, halls, courtyards, gardens)
GREAT HOUSES
-
doctors and business men
(halls, parlors, great rooms; not as big or as extraordinary as royal works)
SMALL COUNTRY HOMES

-
merchants, craftsmen, tradesmen
(small, cozy, and built from materials owned)
FARMHOUSES
-
farmers and low class
(in the countryside and a place to live; nothing spectacular)
James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch
circa 1664
Samuel Cooper
GREAT HOUSE
FARMHOUSE
brick style
ROYAL WORKS

SMALL COUNTRY HOMES
half-timber style
tudor style
medieval style
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