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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.
Ambrogio Lorenzetti Allegory of the Good Government 1338-40 Palazzo Pubblico, Siena
Ambrogio Lorenzetti detail: Effects of Good Government in the Countryside
Paolo Uccello Bernardino della Ciarda Thrown Off His Horse 1450s Tempera on wood, 182 x 220 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
façade and interior of Church of Sant’Andrea Leon Battista Alberti
Lorenzo Ghiberti Sacrifice of Isaac competition panel for the east doors of the Baptistery of Florence Cathedral 1401-1402
Donatello Equestrian Statue of Gattamelata 1447-50 Bronze, 340 x 390 cm Piazza del Santo, Padua
Donatello Judith and Holofernes 1455-60 Bronze Palazzo Vecchio, Florence
Donatello St Mary Magdalen c. 1457 Wood Height: 188 cm Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence
Martyrdom of St. Ursula
Trinity 1425-28 Fresco, 667 x 317 cm Santa Maria Novella, Florence
Procession of the Relic of the True Cross Before the Church of Saint Mark
Donatello he masterfully uses linear perspective in the service of psychological realism he constructs his work by paying careful attention to optical.
Mathematical Perspective Linear Perspective One-Point Perspective
Chapter 21 Italy comparisons
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.
Chapter 21 Italy Ch. 21 Italy Main themes and concepts Perspective-linear, atmospheric, horizon line, vanishing point, “di sotto.
Portrait of Brunelleschi after a medal by A.Cavalcanti,
1443 – Donatello seems to have left Florence late in the year for Padua Il Santo (Basilica of Sant’Antonio), Padua.
Early Renaissance Sculpture in Florence. Lorenzo Ghiberti – Bronze doors for the Baptistery of the Cathedral of Florence 1401.
What is the political purpose of a work of art?
Quattrocento Italian Art
VARARENESANSS ITAALIAS SKULPTUUR. LORENZO GHIBERTI
Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 13e
Comparisons. Architecture Please compare each of the images represented in these pairs— you are being offered three different sets of buildings to consider.
Early Italian Renaissance
Chapter 19 From Gothic to Renaissance: 14th Century Italian Art.
Slide List # 2: Early Renaissance* Sculpture
Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 12e
Lorenzo Ghiberti, Sacrifice of Isaac, 1401, Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, Italy.
Chapter 19 Italy, 14th Century
Byzantine “perspective”—reverse perspective
Proto-Renaissance and International Gothic
Dome of Florence Cathedral detail, 19–2 (p596) bin/Florence_Cathedral.html/cid_ gbi.
Know the subject of the Annunciation- what is it about Gabriel telling Mary she’s pregnant- lily= purity.
Ambrogio Lorenzetti FRESCOS OF THE SALA DEI NOVE (OR SALA DELLA PACE) Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy Length of long wall about 46' (14 m).
Proto-Renaissance and International Gothic 13th and 15th Centuries Europe Instructor: Erica Ness.
Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes engraving
Chapter 19 Italy, Italy about 1400 Nicola Pisano, pulpit from Pisa Cathedral baptistery,
Early Renaissance in Italy: 15th C.
FLORENCE Florence is the capital of the Italian Tuscany. It considered the birthplace of the Renaissance and is universally recognized as one of the cradles.
By: Stephanie Toomey. Birth Place: Florence, Italy 1386 Death Place: Florence- December 13, 1466 Nationality: Florentine, Italian BIRTH AND DEATH.
Palazzo Vecchio. Florence. 1299–1310. © Atlantide Phototravel/Corbis. [Fig. 13-1]
Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes engraving.
Gothic. Santa Croce, Florence, Italy. Begun 1294.
Filippo Brunelleschi By: Gina Ciccone. Born: 1377 Florence, Italy Died: April Florence, Italy.
Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned, Church of Santa Trinita, 1285 Giotto, Madonna Enthroned, Ognissanti Church, c
The Italian Renaissance HWH UNIT I CHAPTER 1.1. How does this painting define the Renaissance?
Humanism and the Allure of Antiquity: 15 th Century Italian Art.
Filippo Brunelleschi “The Dome Guy” “The Dome Guy”
Lorenzo Ghiberti, North Doors Gilded bronze, Baptistery, Florence (originally installed on the east entrance; Moved to the north entrance in 1452)
By Harry Harnett. Early Career Donatello started practicing sculpting at the age of 20 and was an apprentice of Lorenzo Ghiberti's (a famous metal worker.
Title: Façade of Santa Maria Novella, Florence
1443 – Donatello seems to have left Florence late in the year for Padua Il Santo, Padua.
Compare Byzantine (left) style and content with High Renaissance (right) (left) Bonaventura Berlinghieri, Saint Francis Altarpiece, 1235 and (right) Raphael,
Equestrian Statue of Gattamelata Bronze, 340 x 390 cm Piazza del Santo, Padua Spinario, 4 th C BC
Chapter th century art in Italy Early Renaissance.
From Medieval to Renaissance: Italy, Compare Byzantine (left) style and content with High Renaissance (right) (left) Bonaventura Berlinghieri,
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.
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