Seventeenth Century Art and Architecture / Edition 2

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Overview

Written by a leading scholar, Seventeenth Century Art: Architecture, 2/e is the only text on the market that introduces students to the three major art forms-painting, sculpture and architecture, across six countries. The text engagingly and effectively combines analytical discussions with an expansive collection of vivid, illuminating illustrations that teach students the major developments of art, painting, and architecture that emerged from seventeenth-century Western Europe, as well as the socio-political and cultural background of the period.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780136033721
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 1/10/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 456
  • Sales rank: 375,459
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 11.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

Politics, Religion, and Art

The Economics of Art

Geography, Cosmology, and Astronomy

Concepts of the Body, Ancient and Modern

Education and Literacy

Artists’ Changing Status and Training

New Subjects, New Genres

Transforming the Renaissance and “Baroque” Art

Chapter 1 Italy

The Decline of Mannerism
Architecture and City Planning in Rome
Bolognese Painting: the Carracci Reform
Painting in Rome
Annibale Carracci in Rome
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
Caravaggio’s Italian Followers
The Carracci Succession in Rome and Bologna
Architecture and City Planning in Rome
Italian Sculpture
Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s Early Career
Bernini, Algardi, and the Portrait Bust
The Competition: Alessandro Algardi and Francesco Duquesnoy
Bernini and Urban VIII
Algardi and Bernini during the Papacy of Innocent X
Painting in Rome
Pietro da Cortona
Andrea Sacchi
Pietro da Cortona in Florence and Rome
Carlo Maratta
Giovanni Battista Gaulli (Il Baciccio)
Painting in Naples

Chapter 2 Flanders

Peter Paul Rubens
Rubens in Italy, 1600—1608
Rubens in Antwerp, 1609—1622
Rubens, Diplomat and Artist, 1622—1630
Rubens’s Last Decade, 1630—1640
Anthony van Dyck
Van Dyck in England and Italy, 1621—1627
Van Dyck’s Second Antwerp Period, 1627—1632
Van Dyck in England, 1632—1641
Jacob Jordaens
Still-Life and Genre Painters

Chapter 3 Spain

Spanish Architecture
Spanish Sculpture
Spanish Painting, 1600—1650
Jusepe de Ribera
Francisco de Zurbarán
Diego Velázquez in Seville
Velázquez in Madrid, 1623—1648
Velázquez in Italy, 1648—1651
Velázquez in Madrid, 1651—1660
Spanish Painting, 1650—1700
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo
Juan de Valdés Leal and Claudio Coello

Chapter 4 France

Architecture and City Planning
Paris: The Pont-Neuf, Places Dauphine and Royale and the Palais du Luxembourg
Paris under Richelieu and Mazarin: 1630—1660
Expansion under Louis XIV; The Louvre and Versailles
French Sculpture
Pierre Puget
François Girardon and Antoine Coysevox
French Painting and Printmaking
Simon Vouet
Valentin de Boulogne
Georges de la Tour
Simon Vouet’s Successors
Philippe de Champaigne
Nicolas Poussin in Paris and Rome
Poussin after 1630
Poussin and Landscape Painting
Poussin’s Last Works
Claude Lorrain and French Landscape Painting
Charles Le Brun and the Academy

Chapter 5 The Dutch Republic

Haarlem and the Creation of a Dutch National Style
The Haarlem Mannerists
The Utrecht “Caravaggisti”
Frans Hals and Dutch Portraiture
Town Planning and Architectural Developments in Haarlem and Amsterdam
Painting in Amsterdam
Rembrandt van Rijn and his School
Rembrandt’s Early Years in Leiden
Rembrandt in Amsterdam
Rembrandt’s Self-Portraits
Rembrandt in Amsterdam, 1639—42
Rembrandt’s Landscape Prints and Drawings
Rembrandt after 1642
Rembrandt’s Artistic Heirs
Dutch Genre Painting before 1650
Judith Leyster
Dutch Genre Painting after 1650
Johannes Vermeer
Jan Steen
Landscape Painting before 1650
Early Tonal Landscape Painting
Landscape Painting after 1650

Chapter 6 England

English Painting before van Dyck
Portrait Painting in England after van Dyck
Palladianism and Architectural Planning in London
Inigo Jones
Christopher Wren

Epilogue

Notes

Timechart

Bibliography

Picture Credits

Index

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