Mannerism Mannerism is a period of European painting, sculpture, architecture and decorative arts lasting from the later years of the Italian High Renaissance

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  • MannerismMannerism is a period of European painting, sculpture, architecture and decorative arts lasting from the later years of the Italian High Renaissance around 1520 until the arrival of the Baroque around 1600. Stylistically, it identifies a variety of individual approaches influenced by, and reacting to, the harmonious ideals associated with Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and early Michelangelo. Mannerism is notable for its artificial, as opposed to naturalistic, and its intellectual qualities

    More important than his carefully recreated observation of nature was the artists mental conception and its elaboration. This intellectual bias was, in part, a natural consequence of the artists new status in society. No longer regarded as craftsmen, painters and sculptors took their place with scholars, poets, and humanists in a climate that fostered an appreciation for elegance, complexity, and even precocity.

  • el Greco

  • The Trinity

    1577-79, oil on canvas, Museo del Prado, Madrid

  • The Burial of the Count of Orgaz 1586-88 Oil on canvas, 480 x 360 cm Santo Tom, ToledoThe Burial of the Count of Orgaz

  • Agony in the Garden

  • Saint Martin and the Beggar

  • Tintoretto

  • The Last Supper

  • The Crucifixion

  • BaroqueIn the arts, Baroque is a period as well as the style that used exaggerated motion and clear, easily interpreted detail to produce drama, tension, exuberance, and grandeur in sculpture, painting, literature, dance, and music. The style started around 1600 in Rome, Italy and spread to most of Europe. In music, the Baroque applies to the final period of dominance of imitative counterpoint, where different voices and instruments echo each other but at different pitches, sometimes inverting the echo, and even reversing thematic material.[

  • Caravaggio

  • Judith Slaying Holofernesc. 1598 Oil on canvas, 145 x 195 cm Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Rome

  • The Calling of Saint Matthew 1599-1600 Oil on canvas, 322 x 340 cm Contarelli Chapel, San Luigi dei Francesi, Rome

  • The Crucifixion of Saint Peter

    1600 Oil on canvas Cerasi Chapel, Santa Maria del Popolo, Rome

  • The Conversion of St. Paul1600 Oil on cypress wood, 237 x 189 cm Odescalchi Balbi Collection, Rome

  • The Conversion on the Way to Damascus 1600 Oil on canvas, 230 x 175 cm Cerasi Chapel, Santa Maria del Popolo, Rome

  • c. 1605 Oil on canvas, 116 x 173 cm Piasecka-Johnson Collection, Princeton The Sacrifice of Isaac

  • The Crowning with Thorns

  • Gentileschi

  • Judith Slaying Holofernes

  • Susanna and the Elders (1610)

  • Rembrandt

  • The Blinding of SamsonRembrandtThe Blinding of Samson, 1636, Stadelscleskunstinstut, Frankfurt

  • Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolas TulpRembrandt, 1632 Oil on canvas, 169,5 x 216,5 cm Mauritshuis, The Hague

  • Descent from the CrossRembrandt1633, oil on woodPinakothek at Munich

  • Rubens

  • The Garden of LoveRubens,1630oil on canvas, Museo del Prado, Madrid

  • Reception of Marie de Medici in MarsailleRubens, 1622-24oil on canvas, Muse du Louvre, Paris

  • 1612-14 Oil on panel, 421 x 311 cm (centre panel) Descent from the Cross Rubens

  • Bernini

  • 1623-24 Marble, height 170 cm Galleria Borghese, Rome David by Bernini

  • Ecstasy of St. Theresa, 1647-52 Bernini

  • Vermeer

  • 5.53 Johannes Vermeer Interior with a Woman Reading a Letter c. 1662-4 Oil on canvas. 18 1/3 x 15 1/3 Dutch Baroque

  • Johannes VermeerA Maidservant Pouring Milkc. 1660. Oil on canvas157/8 x. 1 4 1/8 Dutch Baroque

  • Woman Holding a Balance1664, National Gallery of Art at Washington D.C.

  • Rococo

    Rocaille, coquilleInterior design for aristocracyGilded molding, ornamentationFun, frivolousSilvers, pastelsintimacyBach, ViladiAge of Enlightenment (18th century) salonnires

  • Jean Honor Fragonard The Swing 1767 Rococo

  • William Hogarth Marriage la mode II 1745 Oil on canvasEnglish Rococo

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