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Author: Ann Sutherland Harris
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, ©2005.
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"This new introduction to the major developments in art and architecture that emerged from seventeenth-century Western Europe bridges the gap between the specialized study and a more general survey. Seventeenth-Century Art and Architecture encompasses the socio-political and cultural background of the period. In the process it examines the careers of the most significant painters, sculptors, and architects, and
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Harris, Ann Sutherland.
Seventeenth-century art & architecture.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, ©2005
(OCoLC)607576596
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Sutherland Harris
ISBN: 0131455818 9780131455818 013145577X 9780131455771
OCLC Number: 54816929
Description: xxi, 426 pages : illustrations (some color), color map, portraits (some color) ; 30 cm
Contents: 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. 1. Italy: The Decline of Mannerism --
Architecture and City Planning in Rome, 1585-1625 --
Bolognese Painting: The Carracci Reform --
Painting in Rome, 1585-1610 --
Annibale Carracci in Rome, 1595-1609 --
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio --
Caravaggio's Italian Followers --
The Carracci Succession in Rome and Bologna --
Architecture and City Planning in Rome, 1625-1680 --
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, 1623-1680: Pietro da Cortona --
Andrea Sacchi --
Pietro da Cortona in Florence and Rome --
Carlo Maratta --
Giovanni Battista Gaulli (Il Baciccio) --
Painting in Naples. 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 --
Jacob Jordaens --
Still-Life Genre Painters.3. Spain: Spanish Architecture --
Spanish Sculpture --
Spanish Painting, 1600-1650: Jusepe de Ribera --
Francisco de Zurbarn --
Diego Velzquez in Seville --
Velzquez in Madrid, 1623-1648 --
Velzquez in Italy, 1648-1651 --
Velzquez in Madrid, 1651-1660. Spanish Painting, 1650-1700: Bartolom Esteban Murillo --
Juan de Valdz Leal and Claudio Coello. 4. France: Architecture and City Planning: Paris: The Pont-Neuf, Palais du Luxembourg, and Htel de la Vrillire --
Expansion under Louis XIV; the Louvre and Versailles. French Sculpture: Pierre Puget --
Franois 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. 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, 1627-1639 --
Rembrandt's Self-Portraits --
Rembrandt in Amsterdam, 1639-1642 --
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. 6. England: English Painting: Van Dyck in England --
Later Portrait Painters. Palladianism and Architectural Planning in London: Inigo Jones --
Christopher Wren.
Other Titles: 17th-century art and architecture
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"This new introduction to the major developments in art and architecture that emerged from seventeenth-century Western Europe bridges the gap between the specialized study and a more general survey. Seventeenth-Century Art and Architecture encompasses the socio-political and cultural background of the period. In the process it examines the careers of the most significant painters, sculptors, and architects, and those of less well-known artists." "Italy is the logical place to begin this geographical tour of Europe, not least because it was a magnet for Flemish and French artists, and because Italian artists were highly prized by the Spanish, French, and English courts."

"Subsequent chapters focus on Flanders, Spain, France, the Dutch Republic, and England. The increasing influence of secular patronage is reflected in the popularity of mythological and biblical themes with obvious erotic content." "Major artists covered include Bernini, Borromini, Caravaggio, Carracci, Claude, Girardon, Guercino, Hals, Jones, Le Brun, Le Vau, Murillo, Poussin, Rembrandt, Reni, Ribera, Rubens, Ruisdael, Steen, Van Dyck, Velazquez, Vermeer, Wren, and Zurbaran. The seventeenth century also witnessed the emergence of successful women painters such as Artemisia Gentileschi and Clara Peeters, who receive due attention here."

"Covering artistic developments across six countries and examining in detail many of the artworks on display, this book demonstrates considerable breadth and depth. Reflecting the latest developments in research, it is more substantial and up-to-date than any comparable survey."--Jacket.

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