- 23.1 Explore how the work of Bernini and Caravaggio established a new dramatic intensity, technical virtuosity, and unvarnished naturalism that blossomed into a style we call Baroque that spread across Europe during the seventeenth century.
- 23.3 Analyze the way that seventeenth-century artists created works that embodied the power and prestige of the monarchy as well as works that furthered the Counter-Reformation agenda of the Roman Catholic Church.
- 23.2 Examine the development of portraiture, still life, landscape, and genre scenes as major subjects for painting, especially within the prosperous art market of the Netherlands.
- 23.4 Assess the resurgence of Classicism, especially in the work of seventeenth-century French artists and architects.
IMAGES (be able to identify these images by title, general time period, medium, and culture of origin):
23-1 St. Teresa of Ávila in Ecstasy
23-2 St. Peter's Basilica and Pizazza
23-11 Calling of St. Matthew
23-12 Conversion of St. Paul
23-13 Judith Beheading Holofernes
23-21 Las Meninas
23-26 Raising of the Cross
23-34 The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp
23-35 The Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq (The Night Watch)
23-40 Woman Holding a Balance
23-45 Still Life with Tazza
23-47 Flower Still Life
23-59 Façade of St. Paul's Cathedral
You should be familiar enough with other images presented in the text and lectures, so as to be able to support explanations of attribution and physical, formal, iconographical, and contextual analysis.