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Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes 1465-70 engraving
B gdfgd Duccio di Buoninsegna 1278-1318 (active) Maesta Altarpiece B gdfgd
C Ambrogio Lorenzetti detail: Effects of Good Government in the Countryside Palazzo Pubblico, Siena
D Christus Patiens Crucifix Coppo di Marcovaldo
E Michelangelo Pietà Rondanini marble Castello Sforzesco, Milan
F Michelangelo Pietà 1499 marble
Gentile da Fabriano Adoration of the Magi Santa Trinita, Florence 14237
Hugo van der Goes Portinari Altarpiece 14768
I Donatello David (detail)c Bronze Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence
J Rheims Cathedral west façade c. 1236
K Dream of Constantine Piero della Francesca fresco cycle The Legend of the True Cross Bacci Chapel, Church of San Francesco, Arezzo
L Giotto di Bondone Joachim and Anna Meet at the City GatesThe Immaculate Conception c Arena Chapel Padua, Italy for the Scrovegni family L
Simone Martini Annunciation 1333 tempera and gold on wood panel
Piero della Francesca Battista Sforza Frederico da Montefletro 1472-1473
Bernardino della Ciarda Thrown Off His Horse 1450s tempera on woodPaolo Uccello Bernardino della Ciarda Thrown Off His Horse 1450s tempera on wood
R Limbourg Brothers (Paul, Herman, Jean) Tres Riches Heures February February
S Leonardo da Vinci Annunciation tempera on wood
Robert Campin Merode Altarpiece 1425-1428
V Raphael The School of Athens 1509 fresco RaphaelThe School of Athens 1509 fresco, width at the base 770 cm
X Jan van Eyck Arnolfini Portrait 1434
Z Titan Venus of Urbino c oil on canvas
1 Raphael Pope Leo X with Cardinals Giulio de' Medici and Luigi de' Rossi oil on wood
Roger van der Weyden Portrait of a Lady 14602
3 Masaccio The Expulsion from Paradise c.1482-84fresco cycle in the Brancacci Chapel in the Church of Santa del Carmine in Florence 3
4 Fra Angelico Annuciation
Sandro Botticelli Primavera 14825
6 Michelangelo The Creation of Adam 1510The Sistine Chapel (Capella Sistina), Vatican
7 Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisac oil on wood panel, 98 x 53 cm Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa c oil on wood panel, 98 x 53 cm Musée du Louvre, Paris
8 Raphael The Small Cowper Madonna c. 1505 oil on wood panel Raphael
9 Michelangelo David c marble
Rogier van der Weyden Deposition 144210
Limbourg Brothers (Paul, Herman, Jean) Tres Riches Heures
Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes engraving.
Comparisons. Architecture Please compare each of the images represented in these pairs— you are being offered three different sets of buildings to consider.
Claims—Write a claim that could be used to begin a paragraph about this piece. The more specific your claim—the better. You are responsible for two images—you.
Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned, Church of Santa Trinita, 1285 Giotto, Madonna Enthroned, Ognissanti Church, c
Renaissance art review. Masaccio Developed the rules for perspective Distributing of Alms and the Death of Ananias.
Your presentation will go in your test grade. You will know what you are responsible for because you will see you name on the title slide. This presentation.
Art of the Renaissance. But first let’s do a little review of Medieval art.
Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife. Jan Van Eyck.
RENAISSANCE ART. 1. Realism & Expression Expulsion from the Garden Expulsion from the Garden Masaccio Masaccio First nudes since classical times.
Chapter 21 Italy Ch. 21 Italy Main themes and concepts Perspective-linear, atmospheric, horizon line, vanishing point, “di sotto.
Renaissance Art. Why Should We Study Renaissance Art?
Renaissance Art. Medieval Art was religious and “flat.” Madonna Enthroned ~1280Giotto, Madonna Enthroned ~1310.
Development of Painting in Europe
Renaissance Art. But First- Medieval Art! Preoccupied with RELIGION. Virgin Mary, Saints, Jesus, as baby and on the Cross.
Renaissance Art The influence of humanism during its first two hundred years transformed much of Europes intellectual and creative activity. New inspirations.
Italian. Florence: Sculpture Medici: avid patrons 1 st impt commission was work not of Medici but wool guild for the east end of the baptistry.
THE RENAISSANCE. THE BAPTISTRY DOORS n LORENZO GHIBERTI n 1435 n EACH PANEL – 21 X 17 n NATIONAL MUSEUM, FLORENCE.
Jan Van Eyck Early Renaissance Northern Renaissance.
Quattrocento Italian Art
The Italian Renaissance HWH UNIT I CHAPTER 1.1. How does this painting define the Renaissance?
Early Italian Renaissance
Renaissance Art The influence of humanism during its first two hundred years transformed much of Europe’s intellectual and creative activity. New inspirations.
Michelangelo Raphael da Vinci. Title: Artist: c oil on wood panel, 98 x 53 cm This work of art is significant because this work demonstrates:
Chapter 19 Italy, 14th Century
Page from the Book of Kells c. 800 Written and illustrated by Irish monks.
AP Art History Early Renaissance Chapter 17: Slides to Use as the Basis of Argument Why is this work significant? Sum it up in a sentence.
The Renaissance Art Scavenger Hunt
Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 13e
ITALY, to High and late renaissance.
Italian Gothic Arnolfo di Cambo, Francesco Talenti, Andrea Orcagna, and others. Florence Cathedral, Florence. Begun 1296; redesigned 1357 and 1366;
Renaissance Art: Humanism. Ambrogio Lorenzetti ( ), Good Government in the City,public palace, Siena.
Italian and Northern Renaissance Art. Characteristics of Italian Art Influenced by Byzantine art for 800 years 2 dimensional Large eyes Tempura paint:
Proto-Renaissance and International Gothic 13th and 15th Centuries Europe Instructor: Erica Ness.
Europe during the Renaissance
Chapter 19 From Gothic to Renaissance: 14th Century Italian Art.
Artist- Giotto Title- “Isaac Rejects Esau” Artist- Giotto Title- “Isaac Rejects Esau”
1. Giotto Lamentation. 2. Giotto Slaughter of the Innocents.
Title: Façade of Santa Maria Novella, Florence
Chapter 21 Italy comparisons
Early Renaissance Art in Europe Humanism Thomas Aquinas ( ) Summa Theologica,
Soaring to New Heights – The Renaissance in Italy TODAY Florence—The School of the World: Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Others: Lorenzo the Magnificent;
Early Renaissance in Italy: 15th C.
The Cathedral of Florence Brunelleschi designed the dome(cupola)
Art and Patronage Italians were willing to spend a lot of money on art. / Art communicated social, political, and spiritual values. / Italian banking.
Niccolo Machiavelli Gutenberg’s Printing Press Gutenberg Bible.
Art of the Italian Renaissance 1. 2 Giotto- Adoration of the Magi 3.
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