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1 Go through this at your own pace. Really look at the pictures (be sure to open the PP to slide show so you can see the pictures well) and comment on them, just like we did in class. Hand write notes you gain from your own looking at the pictures that will help you understand what the art outside of Florence was like. Do a quick search online if you are stuck on what you should focus on. Also, be sure to fill in info about the authors, first from the slide, and then from your book notes/online if need be.

2 One more note: There is way more art in this slide than pictures you need to know. You are only responsible for on the test are: Arnolfini Portrait Peasants wedding Garden of Earthly Delights However, if youve havent figured this out, youre going to be writing something on the differences in the art, and I figured seeing more examples could only help your understanding of it.

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5 Jan Van Eyck ( ), First of the Northern Flemish painters, First to perfect oil paintings, achieving modern mastery of colors, Master of portraits

6 The Arnolfini Portrait by Van Eyck, oil on oak, National Gallery in London, 1434

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8 Jan van Eyck - Giovanni Arnolfini & His Wife (details)

9 Jan van Eyck, More courtly and aristocratic work., The Virgin and Chancellor Rolin, 1435.

10 Van Eyck -Adoration of the Lamb, Ghent Altarpiece, 1432

11 Van Eyck: The Crucifixion & The Last Judgment

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13 Albrecht Dürer ( ), Considered the greatest German artist of the time., Scholar, artist, scientist, His patron was the HRE emperor, Traveled to Italy to bring back ideas

14 Dürer – Self-Portrait in Fur- Collared Robe, 1500

15 Dürer The Last Supper woodcut, 1510

16 Durer – The Triumphal Arch,

17 The Triumphal Arch, details

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20 Hieronymus Bosch ( ), First famous Dutch painter, Known for fantastical and complex imagery, Almost mystical view of religion

21 Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch, oil on wood, Prado Museum, 1504

22 Garden of Earthly Delights Panel by Bosch, oil on wood, Prado Museum, 1504

23 Hieronymu s Bosch The Garden of Earthy Delights (details) 1500

24 Hieronymus Bosch ( ), A pessimistic view of human nature., Disregarded Italian values like perspective

25 Pieter Bruegel the Elder ( ), First to mess with printing as well as painting, Fancied himself as peasant and man of the peopleonly tried to paint peasants and lanscapes

26 Bruegels, Tower of Babel, 1563

27 Bruegels, The Beggars, 1568

28 The Peasant Wedding by Bruegel, oil on canvas, Kunthistorisches Museum, 1568

29 Pieter Bruegel the Elder ( ), Worked in Antwerp and then moved to Brussels., Concerned with human vice and follies., A master of landscapes

30 AssignmentAssignment, Using the notes I have given you in class, the notes you took from the book, the notes you took now, good information from online, and your brain write about 1 page examining the following: What are the differences between Northern Art and Renaissance Art? Consider the following when answering: Why do these differences occur? What do they tell us about the life, culture, and values on the people in the North? How do those compare and contrast with Italy? Why do you think the differences occur? Due on turnitin.com at the beginning of school Wednesday Oct. 9.


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