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View of the Sistine Chapel (Rome) Left: Present-day view Below: Reconstruction drawing of the interior of the time of Sixtus IV
Perugino. Christ Delivering the Keys to the Kingdom (Sistine Chapel, Rome) , fresco
Perugino/ expression of the church’s authority in a classical setting/ Sixtus IV/ action in the middle ground
Botticelli’s Punishment of Korah
Perugino. Baptism of Christ, (Sistine Chapel, Rome) , fresco
Andrea Mantegna. Camera degli Sposi, 1474, frescoes
Andrea Mantegna/ portraits of Roman emperors
Camera degli Sposi/ di sotto in su/ putti/ peacock
Ludovico Gonzaga and his family/ life at the court of Mantua/ Vittorino da Feltre and the “uomo universale”/ a family of deformities/ the mystery of the letter
Andrea Mantegna. Saint Sebastian, 1450s-1470s.
Andrea Mantegna. Dead Christ, c. 1501, tempera on canvas foreshortening/ emphasis on Christ’s wounds
Andrea Mantegna. St. James Led to Martyrdom, from the Ovetari Chapel (Padua), c (now destroyed) St. James/ interest in the archeological past/ challenging problems of perspective
Andrea Mantegna. Parnassus, c , tempera on canvas
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Title: Façade of Santa Maria Novella, Florence Artist: Leon Battista Alberti Date: Source/ Museum: n/a Medium: n/a Size: n/a.
Paolo Uccello (born Paolo di Dono) (Italian, ), Perspective Study of a Chalice, pen and ink on paper, 29 x 24.5 cm, Gabinetto dei Disegni, Uffizi,
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1 Chapter 22 Italy, 1500 to 1600 Gardners Art Through the Ages, 13e.
Renaissance art review. Masaccio Developed the rules for perspective Distributing of Alms and the Death of Ananias.
Renaissance - A revival or rebirth of cultural awareness and learning that took place during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, particularly in Italy,
POLLAIUOLO, Antonio del Battle of Ten Nudes 1470s Engraving, 428 x 618 mm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.
Core Slide List Renaissance Italian and Northern.
The High Renaissance The essential feature of High Renaissance art was its unity. Paintings invoked increasing dramatic force with the human forms becoming.
Hallmarks of the Renaissance The Isms. What are the characteristics of the Renaissance? The isms: humanism (and classicism) individualism secularism scientific.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Chapter 15 Renaissance and Reformation Outline Section 1 The Italian Reniassance.
Art and Patronage Italians were willing to spend a lot of money on art. / Art communicated social, political, and spiritual values. / Italian banking.
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.
Art of the Renaissance Early Renaissance. The art of the Renaissance would not have been possible without the explosion of the philosophy HUMANISM. Humanism-
The Italian Renaissance -Key Concepts-. I. Why in Italy at this Time? Revival of Commerce and Town Building was more intense in Italy Revival of Commerce.
LEONARDO DA VINCI. HIS LIFE Leonardo da Vinci was born in the little village of Vinci. His father, Piero da Vinci, was a lawyer. His mother was peasant.
By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
High Renaissance Sponsored by the popes and cardinals who vowed to transform Rome Michelangelos ceiling of the Sistine Chapel Brmantes Tempietto and basilica.
He is Lord, he is Lord; He is risen from the dead, and he is Lord; Every knee shall bow, every tongue confess That Jesus Christ is Lord.
Renaissance Art By: Carly Cassady Block: 6. The renaissance was a period of great creativity and intellectual activity, during which artists broke away.
Certificate of Participation and Gold Medal to _________________ Date presents this Teacher/Sponsor in recognition of achievement on the National Classical.
Perspective 1 Pietro Perugino,infresco of the Sistine Chapel (1481–82)
1 Chapter 19 Italy, 14 th Century AP Art History.
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