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Chigi Chapel in the Church of Santta Maria del Popolo in Rome. The chapel and its decorations were designed by Raphael. The Art of the Renaissance ©2012, TESCCC World History, Unit:05 Lesson: 01
What do you see? What do you think is going on? What does it make you wonder? ©2012, TESCCC
What do you see? What do you think is going on? What does it make you wonder? ©2012, TESCCC
Giovanni Agostino da Lodi Adoration of the Shepherds 1510 Jacopa di Cione Madonna and Child in Glory 1360/65 Which of these paintings looks the more realistic to you? Identify specific details. ©2012, TESCCC
The general characteristics of Medieval art: Religious subject matter Important figures are shown as larger than others around them Figures look stiff with little sense of movement Fully clothed Faces were serious and showed little emotion. Flat and two-dimensional Backgrounds were one color. ©2012, TESCCC
The general characteristics of Renaissance art: Subject matter was varied, not always religious. The human body was studied in order to paint figures more realistically. Shading used to make objects look round and real. Perspective used to make paintings look three-dimensional. Shadows and light were used to draw the viewers eye to a particular point in the painting. ©2012, TESCCC
vanishing point linear perspective horizontal line Perspective is the technique used to create an illusion of space and depth on a flat surface (a piece of paper or canvas) so that it looks realistic. The vanishing point is a place in the distance where the train tracks appear to come together. Using linear perspective objects are painted smaller to appear farther away. ©2012, TESCCC
Examine this painting. Identify: Vanishing point Linear perspective How the artist shows that the building is well behind the wedding party. The Marriage of the Virgin. By Raphael ©2012, TESCCC
The Three Most Gifted Artists of the Renaissance Leonardo da Vinci Self Portrait red chalk on paper Michelangelo Portrait by Jacopino del Conte Raphael Self Portrait ©2012, TESCCC
Leonardo da Vinci was Renaissance man interested in many different things. He was a: Painter - his two most famous paintings are the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper. Only a few of his paintings survived. Scientist – he was master of anatomy. He dissected human corpses to study human anatomy. Engineer - in his notebooks he demonstrated his technological originality. He drew a helicopter, a tank, a calculator, and a hang glider. Some have been demonstrated to work through the construction of models. The Vitruvian Man (c. 1485) Accademis, Venice ©2012, TESCCC
The Mona Lisa is the most famous painting in the world. It was painted by Leonard da Vinci between 1503 and This young woman in the painting was the wife of a Florence merchant. Her clothing was the style of the period. Behind her is a mountainous landscape. ©2012, TESCCC
The Last Supper was a fresco painted for the refectory (dining room) of the Convent of Santa Maria della Grazie in Milan. A fresco is painted directly onto a wall. Leonardo used a new technique for his fresco that was not successful. Over the years it molded and flaked. Despite the problems with the original, this is the most frequently reproduced work of art in the world. ©2012, TESCCC
Michelangelo was a Renaissance man. His work included: Sculpture – His earliest works were sculptures. Among his most famous was an 17 foot marble statue of David preparing for his battle with Goliath. Paintings – His most famous painting is a fresco which covers the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican. It was painted directly onto wet plaster so that the painting became part of the wall. The fresco on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel was commissioned by Pope Julius II. Architecture – Pope Paul III hired Michelangelo to oversee the completion of the building of St. Peters Basilica. He combined two earlier plans with his own to design the building as it looks today. Poetry – His early poetry was of courtly love. In later life his poetry centered on religious themes. ©2012, TESCCC
Name it Explain it Give reasons for your name and explanation ©2012, TESCCC
Moses was carved from marble by Michelangelo. It is part of the decoration for the tomb of Pope Julius II. This representation of Moses with horns on his head was based on a description of Moses found in the Vulgate, a Latin translation of the Bible that was in use during the Renaissance. ©2012, TESCCC
It is: 131 feet long. Compare that to the length of a football field. 46 feet wide. Compare that to the width of a basketball court. 65 feet from the floor. Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel ©2012, TESCCC
The design of the Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel depicts nine scenes from the book of Genesis in the Bible. ©2012, TESCCC
This is the most well known of the fresco panels. It is from the section which is called The Creation of Adam. It shows God reaching out to Adam. ©2012, TESCCC
Raphael was a Renaissance man. His work included: Painting – He was primarily a painter. Pope Julius II called Raphael to Rome in 1508 and hired him to complete the fresco decoration of a number of rooms in the Vatican. The best known of these works is The School of Athens, which honors the classical philosophers. Raphael is most famous for the Madonnas that he painted throughout his life. His earliest Madonnas are very sweet. The later works show a more polished look. Architect – He helped to redesign St. Peters Basilica after the original architect was dismissed. ©2012, TESCCC
Alba Madonna Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints Raphaels Madonnas Compare the Madonnas. How are they similar? How are they different? How does the artist use perspective? ©2012, TESCCC
Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints The Madonna with the Blue Diadem ©2012, TESCCC
Madonna of Foligno Small Cowper Madonna ©2012, TESCCC
In 1510, Raphael was commissioned by Pope Julius II to paint the Popes personal library. There were four frescoes based on the themes of philosophy, law, poetry, and theology. The most recognized was The School of Athens, which represented Philosophy. Many well-known people were incorporated in the painting, including Michelangelo. In the center was Plato and Aristotle, Athena was on the right, Michelangelo, the crouching figure in the front. ©2012, TESCCC
Describe the use of perspective in this painting. ©2012, TESCCC
St. Peters Basilica is an outstanding example of Renaissance architecture. ©2012, TESCCC
The original St. Peters Basilica was torn down. Pope Julius II invited artists and architects to submit their plan for a new building. The design by Italian architect Donato Bramante was chosen. The building begun in 1506 was to be a Greek cross with a large circular room in the center. ©2012, TESCCC
When Pope Julius died in 1513, the original architect Donato Bramante was replaced by Raphael. The major change in Raphael's plan was the addition of chapels which substantially changed the shape of the building. ©2012, TESCCC
In 1547, Pope Paul III hired Michelangelo to oversee the completion of the building. It had been under construction for more than 40 years when Michelangelo took over. He combined elements of both the previous designs and created the plan for St. Peters Basilica which is the church seen today. ©2012, TESCCC
Throne of St. Peter designed by Bernini at the west end of the basilica. ©2012, TESCCC
How were paintings of the Renaissance different from paintings of the Middle Ages? Who were the three greatest Renaissance artists? Identify a work of art produced by each one. ©2012, TESCCC
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Homework R-4 due Friday. Current events project due May 19.
Artists Renaissance painters, sculptors, and architects drew inspiration from the classical Greek and Roman artists rather than their medieval predecessors.
Perspective was a Renaissance technique developed 600 years ago and was so effective we still use it today. It creates the illusion of depth on a two.
Homework R-5 due tomorrow Current events article due Monday.
Renaissance Art The meaning of the word Renaissance is__rebirth.. The center for the art world was in __FLORENCE___, Italy. Both the _government.
Renaissance Art. Guess which one is Renaissance art.
Assignment: Renaissance Art Examine the following slides on the art of the Renaissance. Copy all notes into your notebook. Copy and answer all questions.
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Renaissance Art. Perspective Three dimensions on flat surface – Classical artists had used it, but abandoned during Middle Ages.
Artistic & Scientific Achievements of the Renaissance.
High Renaissance Painters. Leonardo da Vinci Genius in: engineering, astronomy, hydrology, Scientist & artist Inventor of machines before his.
The Renaissance in Italy. Features of the Renaissance What does the word mean? Secular and scientific values (spirit of adventure) Still very Christian.
Renaissance Artists Essential Question: In your own words, define the following terms: Renaissance Humanism Classicism Warm-Up: Why did the Renaissance.
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Mona Lisa Leonardo da Vinci Da Vinci was the first painter to start painting realistic portraits The Mona Lisa is the most highly scrutinized painting.
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Bell Work - - Bell Work - Describe each of these artworks with 3 adjectives - What are 3 differences you see between these artworks?
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Great Artists of the Renaissance. Renaissance Artists wanted their subjects to be realistic Focused on humanity and emotion Used new techniques.
■ Essential Question: – How did the Renaissance change art in Western Europe? ■ Warm-Up Question: – Define these terms: Renaissance Humanism Classicism.
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Bellringer Create a foldable by defining the following terms: – Humanism – Renaissance – Secular – Patron – Perspective – Vernacular Use page 417 in the.
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