You are viewing an obsolete version of the DU website which is no longer supported by the Administrators. Visit The New DU.
Democratic Underground Latest Greatest Lobby Journals Search Options Help Login

Reply #38: Not the subject. The model of the painting. nt [View All]

Printer-friendly format Printer-friendly format
Printer-friendly format Email this thread to a friend
Printer-friendly format Bookmark this thread
This topic is archived.
Home » Discuss » Archives » General Discussion (1/22-2007 thru 12/14/2010) Donate to DU
CTyankee Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri May-07-10 07:48 PM
Response to Reply #34
38. Not the subject. The model of the painting. nt
Printer Friendly | Permalink |  | Top
  -OK, DUers! Here is your Friday Afternoon Challenge Question! CTyankee  May-07-10 04:07 PM   #0 
  - Only thing I know about art is, if it ain't baroque, don't fix it...  Skip Intro   May-07-10 04:30 PM   #1 
  - Charlotte who? nt  CTyankee   May-07-10 04:32 PM   #3 
  - Looks like she is playing a mean game of Hopscotch  olegramps   May-09-10 08:11 AM   #61 
  - Hint ( to get the ball rolling here): In 2001, the Italian cultural ministry  CTyankee   May-07-10 04:32 PM   #2 
  - Ahh ... the old "14lnf6g"  lpbk2713   May-07-10 04:39 PM   #4 
  - Wow, what's that?  CTyankee   May-07-10 04:41 PM   #5 
     - It's your link.  lpbk2713   May-07-10 04:45 PM   #6 
        - Okay, check! I was wondering what it was called.  CTyankee   May-07-10 05:02 PM   #9 
  - Giotto?  Madam Mossfern   May-07-10 04:55 PM   #7 
  - Nah, Giotto did that ole passa de winde later than this!  CTyankee   May-07-10 05:00 PM   #8 
  - I have no idea  blogslut   May-07-10 05:10 PM   #10 
  - This is common in Renaissance denotes evil intent....  CTyankee   May-07-10 05:12 PM   #11 
     - I'll take a guess at the subject then  blogslut   May-07-10 05:14 PM   #12 
        - Why do you guess that?  CTyankee   May-07-10 05:17 PM   #13 
           - Because she's dancing  blogslut   May-07-10 05:19 PM   #14 
              - You are correct. But why is she also so "sweet"?  CTyankee   May-07-10 05:25 PM   #15 
                 - Because she's looking downward?  blogslut   May-07-10 05:27 PM   #17 
                    - It's interesting that you noticed this. It's not the answer I was looking for but it is a  CTyankee   May-07-10 05:30 PM   #19 
                       - the standing figure seems to be partly backward (hands)--is it painted over  librechik   May-07-10 06:01 PM   #21 
                       - That's interesting. I don't know. But I have seen this "hands backward" thing  CTyankee   May-07-10 06:19 PM   #24 
                       - The backward hands, as I said, is a Renaissance custom.  CTyankee   May-07-10 07:24 PM   #27 
                       - I'm at a loss on the sweet thing  blogslut   May-07-10 06:19 PM   #23 
                          - what would be the "sweetest" in religious iconography that you could think of? nt  CTyankee   May-07-10 07:20 PM   #26 
  - Such a pretty young thing  Lithos   May-07-10 05:27 PM   #16 
  - Have you seen her looking sweet?  CTyankee   May-07-10 05:28 PM   #18 
     - Don't get that reference  Lithos   May-07-10 05:57 PM   #20 
        - This is true.  CTyankee   May-07-10 06:16 PM   #22 
        - So, Lithos, can you list a few of those "veils"?  CTyankee   May-07-10 07:19 PM   #25 
           - The veils themselves  Lithos   May-07-10 07:58 PM   #43 
              - The veil that Lippi painted in "The Madonna with two angels" is considered  CTyankee   May-07-10 08:14 PM   #47 
  - Is she sweet because she dropped a delicious treat onto the table  mdmc   May-07-10 07:28 PM   #28 
  - No, she was sweet because she was the subject of other works  CTyankee   May-07-10 07:36 PM   #30 
  - Has she been dancing in the blood of Jesus? n/t  Duer 157099   May-07-10 07:36 PM   #29 
  - No, not in Jesus but in another important personage....  CTyankee   May-07-10 07:39 PM   #31 
     - Ah, John the Baptist then n/t  Duer 157099   May-07-10 07:41 PM   #32 
     - Not him, but her personage as someone else in Renaissance history.  CTyankee   May-07-10 07:45 PM   #35 
        - All I can think of is one of the Marys n/t  Duer 157099   May-07-10 07:49 PM   #39 
        - Winner! She is the subject of several of Lippi's Madonnas. My favorite is here:  CTyankee   May-07-10 08:05 PM   #45 
        - I resorted to Google so I won't post what I found n/t  Duer 157099   May-07-10 07:52 PM   #42 
           - Did you know the artist? How did you "resort to Google?"  CTyankee   May-07-10 08:08 PM   #46 
              - Nope, not until reading this thread anyway  Duer 157099   May-07-10 08:15 PM   #48 
                 - Oh, you are good! I just didn'twant people doing something weird with Google.  CTyankee   May-07-10 08:18 PM   #49 
     - I didn't know she was portrayed sweetly  Duer 157099   May-07-10 07:44 PM   #34 
     - Not the subject. The model of the painting. nt  CTyankee   May-07-10 07:48 PM   #38 
     - She was Lippi's lover n/t  malaise   May-07-10 07:48 PM   #37 
        - And why was she such a scandal as his lover (in the paintings of her) ?  CTyankee   May-07-10 07:49 PM   #40 
           - Well nuns aren't supposed to have babies  malaise   May-07-10 07:51 PM   #41 
              - Right, but why was is so scandalous that she was painted as THIS person? nt  CTyankee   May-07-10 08:01 PM   #44 
  - Fra Filippo Lippis painting Salome Dancing at the Feast of Herod.  KittyWampus   May-07-10 07:42 PM   #33 
  - Correct. But why was she so nice in so many works?  CTyankee   May-07-10 07:47 PM   #36 
  - You are the BEST! How did you know the painting?  CTyankee   May-07-10 08:30 PM   #50 
     - One of my majors was Art History. Here's one of my favorites from the Met >  KittyWampus   May-07-10 08:51 PM   #53 
  - I know jack about art history. I just want to say that I look forward to this each Friday.  lumberjack_jeff   May-07-10 08:38 PM   #51 
     - What a nice thing to say! I am impressed.  CTyankee   May-07-10 08:44 PM   #52 
     - Do you have a pic of the whole painting..  mdmc   May-08-10 05:29 AM   #54 
        - Here it is  CTyankee   May-08-10 07:29 AM   #56 
           - thanks  mdmc   May-09-10 03:36 AM   #60 
     - I know a little about art history but I also look foward to  malaise   May-08-10 06:33 AM   #55 
        - I've got plenty more...  CTyankee   May-08-10 07:36 AM   #57 
           - the psychological impact of symbolic representation as it's changed over time. Also, I noted  KittyWampus   May-08-10 07:46 AM   #58 
              - Ah, you've given me an idea for another challenge!  CTyankee   May-08-10 08:04 AM   #59 

Home » Discuss » Archives » General Discussion (1/22-2007 thru 12/14/2010) Donate to DU

Powered by DCForum+ Version 1.1 Copyright 1997-2002
Software has been extensively modified by the DU administrators

Important Notices: By participating on this discussion board, visitors agree to abide by the rules outlined on our Rules page. Messages posted on the Democratic Underground Discussion Forums are the opinions of the individuals who post them, and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Democratic Underground, LLC.

Home  |  Discussion Forums  |  Journals |  Store  |  Donate

About DU  |  Contact Us  |  Privacy Policy

Got a message for Democratic Underground? Click here to send us a message.

© 2001 - 2011 Democratic Underground, LLC