Italian, Spanish, and German Baroque
1. I would like you to find another piece of furniture by Andrea Brustolon. Include a thumbnail image, brief description (date, museum/auction house, materials, etc.), and a link to the image. (Can you see why furniture is as important as painting and sculpture?)
2. Please find an example of a vargueÃ±o (not shown in the lecture). Please include a thumbnail image, brief description (date, museum/auction house, materials, etc.), and a link to the image.
3. Please include an image of an interior or piece of furniture that illustrates the German Baroque color palette of yellow/gold/light green (not shown in the lecture). Include a thumbnail and brief description (date, where the room is if you choose an interior, museum/auction house if you choose a piece of furniture, materials, etc.), and a link to the image.
Since Africans arrived in the new world, they were involved in a variety of artistic endeavors. African Americans art reflected as folk art, connected to daily practices of work and life. The Africans artistic appearance revealed a unique African sensibility considering African traditional practices as gravesites decorations, ironwork and quilt making (Boeckman 2019). This paper will describe on furniture by Andrea Brustolon, an example of vargueno and German Baroque color palette of yellow/ gold/light green.
This sofa was made by Andrea Brostolon in the 17th and 18th century. It is achieved at the national museum in Warsaw. It is a set of two sofas with two arms covered with embossed leather. The furniture is as vital as sculpture and painting since it provides a visual way in understanding form and space (Cecchini 2016).
This is a form of a movable desk with two chests, bottom, and a top chest. It is made of wood with durable iron handles that are located at each of the sides to make its transportation easy. The desk was first produced in the 15th century and was popular all through to 17th and 18th century. It is found at the national museum in Warsaw (Smith 2018).
Marquetry Baroque furniture
This furniture is archived at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Furnishings upholstered in rich velvet framed by the giltwood and marquetry. The style persisted in until 1725 (Klinzmann 2019).
Painting and sculpture started a quite long time ago and has been developing time after time. The art has been modified and remains ancient beautifications.