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CLAS/ANTH/ART 329

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CLAS/ANTH/ART 329
Quiz 2 Review Session
Baroque Period
Borromini
Caravaggio
Tenebrism
Artemisia Gentileschi
Rambrandt
Balthasar Neumann
Zimmermann
Fragonard
Rococco
Age of Enlightenment
Watteau
Horace Walpole
Ingres
Neo-Classicism
Van Gogh
Edvard Munch
Max Reinhardt
Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Sigmund Freud
Die Brucke
Weimar Republic
Hans Poelzig
Stimmung
Fritz Lang
Metropolis
The German Depression
Le Corbusier
Hermann Muthesius
Walter Gropius
Bauhaus
F.W. Murnau
Vera Ellen
1869-1936 German Architect
Swiss Architect -- 1887-1969
Villa Savoya 1929
Made in the Modernistic Style
German Architect -- 1883-1969
First director of the Bauhaus
in Germany in 1919
1919-1933
A college of Fine Arts located in Weimar, Germany
German Filmmaker and Director
1888-1931
Nosferatu -- 1922
Actress and Dancer
1921-1981
Start of fame was "Wonder Man" with Danny Kaye
German Architect -- 1861-1927
1600-1715
An art movement that included dramatic, dynamic, and religious energy
1599-1667
Italian Baroque Architect
San Carlo
Church in Rome
1665-1667
1571-1610 Italian Baroque Artist
The Conversion of St. Paul 1601
The use of light and shade -- very popular in Baroque Art
1593-1656
Baroque Painter
Judith Beheading Holofernes 1614-1620
1606-1669 Dutch Baroque Painter
Is a painter during the "Lighter" Baroque Period

Return of the Prodigal Son -- 1665
1687-1758 German architect and engineer
Würzburg Residence
1680-1758 German Painter
Decorated a Castle in Munich Germany in the Rococo Style 1734
1732-1806
French Rococo Painter
The Swing -- 1766
Light, Delicate figures surrounded by feathery textures -- every space is filled
1715-1800 Art movement in reaction to the Baroque Period
Influenced by Louis XV of France (1710-1774)
1700-1800
Cultural movement of intellectuals emphasizing reason and individualism rather than tradition
Philosopher, Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1776) was a big player
1717-1797 English Architect and aristocrat
Strawberry Hill 1747-1766
The Castle of Otranto
1764
1780-1867 French Neo-Classical Painter
Grande Odalisque 1814
1853-1890 post-impressionist Dutch painter
Starry Night 1889
Battled mental illness -- he was violent, paranoid, was obsessed with women and hated society
1863-1944
Post-Impressionist Pre-Expressionist Symbolist Painter
The Scream 1921
1873-1943 Director and Head of the German Theater
Edvard Munch was hired as a set designer
Liked to experiment with different theatrical effects
1920 Film by Robert Wiene
Silent German Horror film with Expressionistic influences.
1905-1913
Means "The Bridge"
Picasso
Matisse
Emil Nolde
1856-1939
Expert in anatomy pharmacology, physiology, and neurology

Came up with the idea of psychotherapy
1684-1721
French Painter
Shifts Baroque ideals into the Rococo Style
18th Century
Included people like Robert Adam and Emma Hamilton
A new form of government that came into place in Germany during 1919
Built the Grosses Schauspielhaus: a giant theater later used by Max Reinhardt
Film technique using smoke and shadows to show insanity
Used in Metropolis and Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
1890-1976
Filmmaker and Director
Used exotic setting, mysterious secret organizations and the struggling underdog in his films
An expressionistic post-depression film made in 1926 by Fritz Lang
The set was inspired by the New York skyline
A time of despair after World War 1 when the poor got poorer and the rich richer
"A machine for living!"
An early defender of standardization and deeply believed in simplifying art forms
Favored mass-produced housing and low cost units
The building was rectilinear and had both vertical and horizontal angles -- made in the International style
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