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A moment of spiritual awakening: Caravaggio’s Calling of Saint Matthew

1.Bernini, David

Watch the video produced by the Khan Academy for Smarthistory about Bernini’s version of David (1624). Then submit a minimum 125 word typed response that addresses the main ideas and themes.

2. A moment of spiritual awakening: Caravaggio’s Calling of Saint Matthew

A moment of spiritual awakening: Caravaggio’s Calling of Saint Matthew. Watch the video produced by the Khan Academy for Smarthistory about Caravaggio’s Calling of St. Matthew (c. 1600). Then draft a minimum 125 word typed response that addresses the main ideas and themes.

3.Velázquez, Las Meninas

Watch the video produced by the Khan Academy for Smarthistory about Las Meninas, also known as The Maids of Honor, by the Spanish Baroque master, Diego Velazquez . Then submit a minimum 125 word typed response that addresses the main ideas and themes.

4.Rubens, Arrival (or Disembarkation) of Marie de Medici at Marseilles, Medici Cycle

Watch the video produced by the Khan Academy for Smarthistory about Ruben’s cycle of paintings now displayed at the Musée du Louvre depicting, among them, The Arrival of Marie de’Medici (c. 1625). Then submit a minimum 100 word typed response that addresses the main ideas and themes.

5.ArtSleuth 5: REMBRANDT – The Prodigal Son (final version) – St-Petersburg

Watch the video produced by ArtSleuth about Rembrandt’s Return of the Prodigal Son (1663-69). Then submit a minimum 125 word typed response that addresses the main ideas and themes.

6.Simon Schama’s Jacques-Louis David

Watch the video about Jacques Louis David’s seminal Neoclassical canvases narrated by Simon Schama for the BBC production, “The Power of Art”. Then submit a minimum 125-word response that addresses the main ideas and themes.

7.Art historical analysis (painting), a basic introduction using Goya’s Third of May, 1808

Watch the video produced by the Khan Academy for Smarthistory about Goya’s Third of May, 1808 (1814). Then submit a  minimum 125 word typed response that addresses the main ideas and themes.

8.Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People – Accidental Icon? – Louvre Museum

Watch the video produced by the Musee du Louvre about Eugene Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People (1830). Then submit a minimum 125 word typed response that addresses the main ideas and themes.

 

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