Range 1500-‐1700 Renaissance, Baroque Terms/Concepts Protestant Reforma.on, Iconoclasm, Seculariza.on, Vanitas, Counterreforma.on, Council of Trent, Sacraments, Papacy, Key Monuments Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Return of the Hunters, 1565. Gianlorenzo Bernini, David, 1623. Gianlorenzo Bernini, St. Teresa of Avila in Ecstasy, 1645-‐1652. Diego Velazquez, Las Meninas, 1656.
Cathedral, 1566. “I approached the task of destroying images by ﬁrst tearing them out of he heart through God’s Word and making them worthless and despised…For when they are no longer in the heart, they can do no harm when seen with the eyes…I have allowed and not forbidden the outward removal of images….And I say at the outset that according to the law of Moses no other images are forbidden than an image of God which one worships. A cruciﬁx, on the other hand, or any other image is not forbidden.”
only because the people are thereby reminded of the beneﬁts and gifs bestowed on them Christ, but also because through the saints the miracles of God and the salutary examples are set before the eyes of the faithful, sot that they may give God thanks for those things, may fashion their own life and conduct in imita.on of the saints and be moved to adore and love God and cul.vate piety” –Council of Trent, 1563