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AH451-01 LOOKING AT THE LANDSCAPE SPRING, 2008

Phrases, terms and works of importance from chapters 1-4 of Andrews text, Landscape
and Western Art.

Page Term/Work
7 mediated land
15 description of “landscape”
description of “scenic beauty”
20 “People’s Choice”
25 repoussoir
28 landscape assuming more independent role
civic classification of territory
Landschaft
31 Venetian, Netherlandish, Danube Schools
33 moral integrity/natural world
34 role of Jerome
41 Danube School characteristics
44 world-landscapes
47 disguised symbolism
53 pleasant place
full cultivation/untouched wilderness
54 raw wilderness
57 #24
63 Arcadia
pastoral romance
64 #29
65 #30
classical pastoralism (also pp. 92,93 & 97)
Pastorale
69 artful wildness
69-71 William Kent, Capability Brown, Frederick Olmstead
77, 82 defining “map”
85 landscape, population, urbanization
87 celebration of native landscape
self-definition
Haarlem School
89 extensive landscapes, high skie’s
cloudscapes
91-92 hierarchy of genres
94 Heroic landscape
Heroic tragedy
#47
#48
96 serenity/sensational
99 landscape/narrative
Naturalism
101 anthology of pastoral motifs
103 ideal model
103-4 Lowlands landscape