Download PDF by Edward Bleiberg: Arts and Humanities Through The Eras: The Age of the Baroque

By Edward Bleiberg

ISBN-10: 078765695X

ISBN-13: 9780787656959

This excellent reference set at the humanities and the humanities in background is released by way of Thomson Gale, a credible writer within the reference publication publishing company. they've got introduced jointly numerous students within the fields of the arts and the humanities, every one a expert of their specific element of this set. every one quantity is ready a distinct ancient period and will stand by itself. This reference set is a compilation of interesting details on 9 disciplines: structure and layout, dance, model, literature, tune, philosophy, faith, theater, and visible arts in the course of the heritage of Western civilization, relatively Europe. The 5 volumes of this set are divided in line with the ancient eras of historical Egypt, historical Greece and Rome, Medieval Europe, Renaissance Europe, and the Age of the Baroque and the Enlightenment.

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They placed broken pediments as frames for windows and doorways, a departure from the classically-inspired canons of the Renaissance. Similarly, other decorative elements they used on their façades and in their interiors stepped outside the traditional canons of Renaissance classical design. Baroque architects also massed their decorative elements to create dramatic focal points and an impression of climax in their buildings. This attempt to harness a worshipper’s gaze often began at a church’s door and continued along the path that led to the church’s altar.

SOURCE : Filippo Baldinucci, “The Life of Cavalier Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini,” (1682) in Michelangelo and the Mannerists; The Baroque and the Eighteenth Century. Vol. II of A Documentary History of Art. Ed. Elizabeth G. : Prentice Hall, 1957): 117–119. elements of Catholic life. The movement embraced effective preaching as an important goal of the priesthood, while at the same time teaching that an individual’s participation in the process of working out salvation was necessary. Catholic reformers vehemently rejected one of the central tenets of Protestant teaching—that salvation was a free gift of God’s grace—and instead taught that a diligent participation in the life of the church as well as frequent good works paved the road to Heaven.

In all, there are 300 columns in this massive structure. They enclose a square with two large circular fountains at the sides and an Egyptian obelisk in the center. Atop the colonnade’s simple, unbroken entablature Bernini placed a large number of statues of the saints of the church. While massive and severely unadorned, the colonnade nevertheless suggests the “arms of mother church,” Bernini’s own phrase to describe the space he wished to create. PARISIAN INTERLUDE. As a result of achievements on this truly massive scale, King Louis XIV recruited the architect to plan his remodeling of the medieval and Renaissance palace of the Louvre in Paris.

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