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AH451-01 LOOKING AT THE LANDSCAPE SPRING, 2008

Phrases, terms and works of importance from chapters 5-8 of Andrews text, Landscape and
Western Art.

Chapter 5: Page Term/Work


Chapter 5 generally What does a frame do for nature?
111 window view motif
Northern European Romantic preoccupation
112 domestic interior / romantic landscape

Chapter 6: 129 Picturesque definition


130 Salvator Rosa specialty
130-131 inventory of sublime painting includes:
132 experience of the sublime
Enlightenment
132-133 Burke’s definition of sublime
134 beautiful associated with:
sources of sublime
135 Niagara Falls
142 Sublime vs. Picturesque
143-146 #79
145 #80
149 an aesthetic of the sublime

Chapter 7: 151 pastoral retreats


156 Landschaft
157 demand for a horizon
Emerson
what could women do/not do, and why
158 medium for propagandist transmission of national identity
159 Thomas Cole description of landscape
160 #88
162 pictorial colonization
164 #90
165 #91
167 picturesque tourism
171-175 #95

Chapter 8: 177-178 #96


179 landscape as a living environment
181 double sense of landscape
open-air painting
182 Claude vs. Turner
183 Nature as she is
184-185 #101
185 Allegorical painting
186 Mild arch of promise
187 ruins equal what
190 “Truth to Nature”
192 “landscape” into “environment”
193 nature, landscape, environment

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