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Judith Killing _____
_____ Gent___eschi
Oil on Canvas, _____

Judith Killing Holofernes
Artemisia Gentileschi
Oil on Canvas, Italy

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Judith Killing Holofernes

The painting portray the story of Judith. This story is especially popular during the _______ period, not only in the visual art but also in literature, theatre, and music. It is an example of the victory of _____, of God’s protection of his chosen people from their enemies. Judith was seen as an old testament ______ of the virgin Mary and a symbol of the church. This association explains the increase in portrayals of Judith in late ____th through ____th since the Catholic Church was engaged in conflicts with both the ______ and the _____ Turks.

Artemisia’s version of the Judith is one of the bloodiest depiction of the scene. Artemisia's unique portrayal of Judith and Abra is because of her own traumatic experience. Her father is an artist and she learned painting from ____ _____, a close friend of her father. However, _______ was raped by him during 17. After failing to marry her, her father sought recourse in the court as Artemisia is her father’s property, so when Tissi fail to marry Artemisa, it is seems that her father’s property is being violated.

The painting portray the story of Judith. This story is especially popular during the baroque period, not only in the visual art but also in literature, theatre, and music. It is an example of the victory of virtue over vice, of God’s protection of his chosen people from their enemies. Judith was seen as an old testament antetype of the virgin Mary and a symbol of the church. This association explains the increase in portrayals of Judith in late 16th through 17th since the Catholic Church was engaged in conflicts with both the Protestants and the Ottoman Turks.


Artemisia’s version of the Judith is one of the bloodiest depiction of the scene. Artemisia's unique portrayal of Judith and Abra is because of her own traumatic experience. Her father is an artist and she learned painting from Agostino Tassi, a close friend of her father. However, Artemisia was raped by him during 17. After failing to marry her, her father sought recourse in the court as Artemisia is her father’s property, so when Tissi fail to marry Artemisa, it is seems that her father’s property is being violated.

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Marriage ______
_____
England

Marriage a la Mode
Hogarth
England

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Marriage a la Mode

At the beginning of the 18th century when ________ just started, a group of middle class who is eager to purchase art emerges. As art was serving to the ______ before the 18th century, monarchs, churches, now we begin to see the art is made for the emerging merchant and art become a ____. And _____ is really an entrepreneur artist, he sees his art as commodity.This series of painting as model for the _____ that he later produced. Since prints are a lot less expensive, they are affordable to the working class.

The name of the painting is called _____which means _____ marriage. This series of painting make fun of the aristocracy and raise one concern: _____. It convey an 18th century concern toward marriage since marriage is usually for economic benefit rather than for love. In the painting, it represents a story of economic deal, which one family that has but no title arrange marriage to another family who has title but no marriage.

At the beginning of the 18th century when industrial revolution just started, a group of middle class who is eager to purchase art emerges. As art was serving to the aristocracy before the 18th century, monarchs, churches, now we begin to see the art is made for the emerging merchant and art become a commodity. And Hogarth is really an entrepreneur artist, he sees his art as commodity.This series of painting as model for the print that he later produced. Since prints are a lot less expensive, they are affordable to the working class.



The name of the painting is called Marriage a la Mode which means modern marriage. This series of painting make fun of the aristocracy and raise one concern: marriage or love. It convey an 18th century concern toward marriage since marriage is usually for economic benefit rather than for love. In the painting, it represents a story of economic deal, which one family that has but no title arrange marriage to another family who has title but no marriage.

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Grande _______
1814
_____

Grande Odalisque
1814
Ingres

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Grande _______
1814
_____
_____

Grande Odalisque
1814
Ingres
France

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The painting represents an odalisque, which is a woman in a ______, refer to the private ______ of women in the islamic civilization. _______ never been to a ______, and this painting is not historically inaccurate, so this painting is a representation of a 19th French _____. French was a powerful colonial power at that time, the painting is a justification of its status at that time, suggesting its superior to that culture. Therefore, have a moral right to civilize.

originally commissioned by the sister of Napoleon, married to the king of Naples. Unlike the renaissance period, which female nude are often draw from _____ or ______, Ingres transposed the theme to a ______ land and presents the ______.


The painting represents an odalisque, which is a woman in a harem, refer to the private quarters of women in the islamic civilization. Ingres never been to a harem, and this painting is not historically inaccurate, so this painting is a representation of a 19th French fantasy. French was a powerful colonial power at that time, the painting is a justification of its status at that time, suggesting its superior to that culture. Therefore, have a moral right to civilize.

originally commissioned the sister of Napoleon, married to the king of Naples. Unlike the renaissance period, which female nude are often draw from mythology or biblical context, Ingres transposed the theme to a distant land and presents the odalisque.

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Oath of the _____
Jacques-_____ ____ 1623
______

Oath of the Horatii
Jacques-Louis David 1623
France

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Oath of the Horatii
Commissioned by the French King, ______. Known for being very weak. There is a lot thing that republic didn’t like him. Since the painting is done in Italy and exhibit in the Salon in 1785. The painting was actually painted in ______, where David look inspiration and study from the ancient greek culture: _____, paintings, and _____. Radical break with the rococo, it’s a example of ______. The painting come late. The painting was _______ that the crowd must extend themselves in order to see the paintings.

This is taken from ancient roman history, from _____. The story of sacrificing oneself for the country emphasize the idea that _______ and family is secondary. This is the example of ____ of _____ behavior. As the painting was painted at 1784, 4 years before the revolution. There were tremendous unease with the _____ and ______ since they live in extremely luxurious life when the nation is bankrupt. So David is bringing into the political narrative.

Oath of the Horatii
Commissioned by the French King, Louis 15. Known for being very weak. There a lot thing that republic didn’t like him. Since the painting is done in Italy and exhibit in the Salon in 1785. The painting come late. The painting was so popular that the crowd must extend themselves in order to see the paintings.

the painting is painted in rome, where David look inspiration and study from the ancient greek culture: sculptures, paintings, and friezes. Radical break with the rococo, it’s a example of neoclassicism.

This is taken from ancient roman history, from Livy. The story of sacrificing oneself for the country emphasize the idea that personal concern and family is secondary. This is the example of virtue of virtuous behavior. As the painting was painted at 1784, 4 years before the revolution. There were tremendous unease with the monarchy and aristocracy since they live in extremely luxurious life when the nation is bankrupt. So David is bringing into the political narrative.

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Self Portrait with _____ Cap
_____, Oil on Canvas, _____

Self Portrait with Turkish Cap
Rembrandt, Oil on Canvas, Netherland

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Self Portrait with Turkish Cap

This painting represent a _____ time of Rembrandt’s life which his wife passed away and he also carried a lot of debt, but the _____ hat and the golden accessories is a sign of wealth which is ______ for his poor status.

The found of _______ Company and the world wide trading result in the development of ______. Together with the development of the capitalism comes the cult of ______. Rembrandt’s self portrait serves as a journal entry, a direct, and honest investigation into oneself. Such focus into one’s self is the perfect example of ______.

Self Portrait with Turkish Cap

This painting represent a tough time of Rembrandt’s life which his wife passed away and he also carried a lot of debt, but the velvet hat and the golden accessories is a sign of wealth which is unsuitable for his poor status.

The found of Dutch East India Company and the world wide trading result in the development of Capitalism. Together with the development of the capitalism comes the cult of individualism. Rembrandt’s self portrait serves as a journal entry, a direct, and honest investigation into oneself. Such focus into one’s self is the perfect example of individualism.

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The ______
Hans ____ the ______,
Oil on ____
_____

The Ambassadors
Hans Holbein the Younger, Oil on Oak, London

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The Ambassadors

This is an atypical painting. the viewer can choose to only look at the skill, which represents the death, or the rest of the painting, that represent two youth. As a result, the viewer participate the moral decision. Holbein provides a choice for the viewer and such choice emphasis the doublesidness of life: on one hand you have the earthly power, but on the other: the inevitable fate of death.

The Ambassadors

This is an atypical painting. the viewer can choose to only look at the skill, which represents the death, or the rest of the painting, that represent two youth. As a result, the viewer participate the moral decision. Holbein provides a choice for the viewer and such choice emphasis the doublesidness of life: on one hand you have the earthly power, but on the other: the inevitable fate of death.

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Raft of the ______
____
1819

Raft of the Medusa
Gericault
1819

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Sargent._______ 1882

Sargent. Boit Family Daughters 1882

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The Bath
_______French

The Bath
Mary Cassatt
French

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The _____ Vase 1351 _____ China

The David Vase 1351 porcelain China