Exam 2 :: Comments and Mnemonics

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  1. sarahgarrison says:

    There are no solely “Late 17th” artists, only Nanteuil who ranges from Mid 17 into Late 17.

  2. Rusty says:

    The guy on the left in Parmigiano’s Entombment looks like he’s sprinkling Parmesan cheese on Jesus’ dead body…


  3. Lindsey says:

    heres some lecture questions to study guys!

    Whos was the first to use etching in Italy and used color papers?
    Parmigiano

    Whos work had a distinct elegance?
    Rowlandson

    Who was more important for their satire and content than there contribution to printing methods?
    Hogart

    Which country stands alone in the development of “satirical engravings”?
    England

    What was stipple engraving and etching used for?
    reproductive technique

    Who used the crayon method to reproduce the effect of a pastel drawing?
    Bonnet

    Who used the crayon manner to reproduce the effect of a crayon drawing?
    Demarteau

    Name of the tool used for aqua tinting?
    dolly

    Aquatint was used to reproduce the look of what?
    water color

    first to use several plates in aquatinting for making colored prints
    Le prince

    Invented aquatint
    De Velde

    who used soft-ground etching?
    Liotard

    Who was the first person to experiment with color?
    Le Blon 

    Who received a royal patent for color mezzotinting in london in 1720
    Le Blon

    Did mezzotints after john constable
    Lucas 

    In what country was mezzotint a source of design for portrait painters?
    America 

    Perfected to rocker mezzotint tool
    Blooteling

    Invented the mezzotint
    Ludwig von siegen

    produced over 3000 prints including 27 volumes on roman monuments with archaeological fidelity.
    pIRANESI

    Interested in atmosphere and light, linear and textural inventions.
    Canaletto

    Produced a series of 27 etchings depicting the Holy familys flight into egypt
    D. tiepolo

    Influenced by castiglione, established school of etchers, etching technique simulated his pen and ink draing style
    B. Tiepolo
     
    THE 4 artists that dominated italian printmaking in the 18th ce.
    b.tiepolo, d.tiepolo, canaletto and piranesi

    Discovered hard ground etching
    callot

    used reproductive or line engraving, used the swelled line with dots and flecks
    Golzius

    the rabbit hunt was the only print he produced totally by himself
    Pieter brueghel, the elder

    one of the earliest pure landscapes in printmaking influenced by titian
    d. campagnola

    His reputation rests on his landscapes, had ariel, atmospheric and linear perspective
    Hirschvogel

    first etcher to use shadows to a great extent
    Parmigiano

    Italian engraver who used color papers
    trento

    had a style that was a cross between mannerist and baroque
    Barocci

    Developed a personal style by using parallel lines over contours that softens lines
    Barocci

    Ahead of his time, predicts prints of rembrant
    hirschvogel

    Golden buy of venetian art
    Campagnola

    is influienced by titian and the prints are even more rare than durer
    d. campagnola

    considered to be the Durer of the low countries (netherlands/holland) 
     Leyden

    mixed etching and engraving and was influenced by durer
    Leyden

    the Mozart of engraving
    Leyden

    H. cock was the publisher and dealer who collaborated with this artist
    Brueghal

    greatest technician of all time
    Golzius

    most brilliant original print maker of the northern renaissance
    Golzius

    relied solely on swelling and curling line to create form
    Mellan

    Raised engraved portraits to a work of art
    nanteuil

    what process becomes the dominate artistic process for the next 200 years
    etching

    most distinguised practitioner from the school of etching in Lorraine
    Callot

    first professional printmaker that only does prints
    callot

    discovered hard ground etching
     callot

    first french printmaker with international fame and had an influence on graphic arts
    callot

    bohemian commercial artist that regarded himself as a record of what is around him
    hollar

    french artist with exotic baroque style, exuberant and feminine. Mannerist
    Bellange

    Greatest baroque painter
    rubens

    most imprtant print by the flemish school was by
    rubens

    etcher of famous men in a book called the icongraphy
    van Dyck

    Landscape painter that made landscapes a major theme for artists
    Van Ruisdael

    Remrandt collected this unique artists prints
    seghers

    1st etcher to experiment with different grounds, inks and papers
    Seghers

    Fame based on etchings not paintings
    Rembrandt

    the three great genii innnovators in the history of etching before goya?
    Rembrandt, cahlo and seghers

    this famous artist never went to italy 
    Rembrandt

    first to develop drypoint into a powerful colorful medium
    rembrandt

    raised etching to a level of fine art and gave it direction
    rembrandt

    his roughness of line influenced seghers
    rembrandt

    was a great draftsman and had a sensitivity to light
    b. tiepolo

    excellent etchings of venice
    canaletto

    the most dedicated italian print maker in the 18th ce to record architectural views
    piranesi

    this artists daughter might be the 1st woman printmaker
    Piranesi

    this artist prison series is the most precociously modern set of prints to be produced in the 18th ce
    piranesi

    was important for spreading the process of mezzotinting throughout europe
    Prince Rupert

    one of the most talented mezzotint engravers that was irish but his career was in england
    Green

    Person most important to the history of printmaking in France
    Cardinal Mazarin

    1st to experiment with colored printing(mezzotint)
    Le Blone

    has great satire and often mixes etching, aquatint and hand coloring
    Gillray

    created relief etching process
    blake

    this artist rescued engraving from the fall in the 18th ce
    blake

    one of the most profound printmakers of all timr because it communicated great skill
    goya

     

  4. Helena-Anne says:

    A couple more things to remember:

    Jean-Baptiste was LePrince of experimenting with aquatint.

    Blooteling rocks! (He perfected the rocker.)

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