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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) 1481-83, 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) 1481-83, 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. 1455 (now destroyed) St. James/ interest in the archeological past/ challenging problems of perspective
Andrea Mantegna. Parnassus, c. 1499-1502, tempera on canvas
Ch 21 painting part 2 Mid-late 1400s in Italy. 2 Figure DOMENICO GHIRLANDAIO, Birth of the Virgin, Cappella Maggiore, Santa Maria Novella, Florence,
Early Renaissance Painting. A few words before we begin Fresco: mural painting on wet plaster Trompe l’oeil: “trickery of the eye,” illusion.
Perugino & Mantegna Jessica Samuel Vanessa Santos.
Renaissance: The Beginning of Modern Painting. The Top Four Breakthroughs Oil on Stretched Canvas – A greater range of colors with smooth gradations of.
Andrea Mantegna Kevin J. Benoy. Andrea Mantegna Mantegna is often seen as the most important painter of the early Renaissance after Masaccio.
Chapter 21 Italy Ch. 21 Italy Main themes and concepts Perspective-linear, atmospheric, horizon line, vanishing point, “di sotto.
Art in Transition Middle Ages to Renaissance. During the Middle Ages many artists were involved in “illuminating” manuscripts. This involved hand-copying.
Chapter 21 Italy comparisons
Early Renaissance in Italy: 15th C.
Quattrocento Italian Art
AP Art History PowerPoint Project by Jake Schrass zzm_mantegna_lamentation_1480_schr.
LaocoönLaocoön & His Sons (1 st c. AD, Hellenistic Greek) Apollo Belvedere (Roman copy of Greek orginal, 5 th c. B.C.)
the beginning of the rich art of the Italian Renaissance between 1450 and 1527 movement was centralized in Rome widely viewed as the greatest explosion.
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.
Images from the Italian Renaissance. Italian Altarpieces and Polyptychs.
Petrarch Boccaccio’s vision of Petrarch Detail of The Effects of Good Government, a fresco in the city hall of Siena by Ambrogio Lorenzetti,
Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 13e
Italian Renaissance How do you show what it means to be human?
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