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Giulio Romano. Courtyard of the Palazzo del Te, Mantua. ca. 1527–34
Travels of some artists in the sixteenth-century Italy
Rosso Fiorentino. The Descent from the Cross. Commissioned for the Chapel of the Compagnia della Croce di Giorno in the church of San Francisco in Volterra. 1521
Capponi Chapel, Santa Felicità, Florence. Built by Filippo Brunelleschi, 1419–23. Paintings by Pontormo, 1525–28
Jacopo da Pontormo. Pietà. ca. 1526–28
Michelangelo. New Sacristy, San Lorenzo, Florence. 1519–34
Michelangelo. Tomb of Giuliano de’ Medici. New Sacristy, San Lorenzo Florence. 1519–34
Michelangelo and Bartolommeo Ammanati. Vestibule of the Laurentian Library, Florence. Begun 1523; stairway designed 1558–59
Giorgio Vasari. Courtyard of Uffizi, Florence. Begun 1560
Bartolommeo Ammanati. Courtyard of the Palazzo Pitti, Florence 1558–70
Overview of Palazzo Pitti in Boboli Gardens
Agnolo Bronzino. Portrait of Eleanora of Toledo and Her Son Giovanni de’ Medici. ca. 1550
Agnolo Bronzino. Allegory of Venus. ca. 1546
Benvenuto Cellini. Saltcellar of Francis I. 1540–43
Giovanni Bologna. The Rape of the Sabine Woman. Completed 1583
Michelangelo. The Last Judgment. 1534–41
Michelangelo. The Last Judgment (detail, with self-portrait). 1534–41
Michelangelo. Pietà. ca. 1546
Michelangelo. Campidoglio, Rome (engraving by Étienne Dupérac, 1569)
Michelangelo. Palazzo dei Conservatori, Campidoglio, Rome Designed ca. 1545
Michelangelo. St. Peter’s, Rome, seen from the west. 1546–64 dome completed by Giacomo della Porta, 1590
Michelangelo. Plan for St. Peter’s
Giacomo Vignola. Plan of Il Gesù, Rome. 1568
Andrea Sacchi and Jan Miel. Urban VIII Visiting Il Gesù. 1639–41
Giacomo della Porta. Façade of Il Gesù, Rome. ca. 1575–84
Giulio Romano. Courtyard of the Palazzo del Te, Mantua. ca. 1527–34
Giulio Romano. Fall of the Giants from Mount Olympus, from the Sala dei Giganti. ca. 1530–32. Palazzo del Te, Mantua
Correggio. Jupiter and Io. ca. 1532
Correggio. The Assumption of the Virgin. Dome of cathedral, Parma, Italy ca. 1522–30
Parmigianino. Self-Portrait. 1524
Parmigianino. The Madonna with the Long Neck. ca. 1535
Jacopo Sansovino. Mint (left) and Library of St. Mark’s, Venice Begun ca. 1535–37
Andrea Palladio. Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice. Designed 1565
Plan of Church of San Giorgio Maggiore
Andrea Palladio. Villa Rotonda, Vicenza. ca. 1567–70
Titian. Venus of Urbino. ca. 1538
Titian. Rape of Europa (detail). 1559–62
Titian. Rape of Europa. 1559–62
Titian. Pietà. ca. 1576
Paolo Veronese. The Feast in the House of Levi. 1573
Jacopo Tintoretto. The Last Supper. 1594
Mannerism and the late 16 th Century. Jacopo da Pontormo Descent from the Cross Capponi Chapel, Santa Felicità, Florence, Italy oil on wood.
Mannerism & other Late Renaissance 1520s-1600 Intellectual Art The ideal world vs. the real world.
Abduction of the Sabine Women Artist: Giovanni da Bologna Date: 1583 Medium: Marble.
Mannerist Style Characteristics Elongated bodies or body parts Paintings appear to be stretched out Focus on spiritual aspect of art Meant mainly for the.
Mannerism – Late Renaissance. Mannerist Style Characteristics Elongated bodies or body parts Paintings appear to be stretched out Focus on spiritual aspect.
MANNERISM Rebels without a (united) cause. 2 Figure JACOPO DA PONTORMO, Entombment of Christ, Capponi Chapel, Santa Felicità, Florence, Italy, 1525–1528.
AP Art History Chapter 22 Italy, 1500 to 1600.
Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 13e
The High Renaissance 16 th century Italy Catholic Church is the dominant religious power Growing discontent with the Church primarily in the North Beginning.
Chapter 22 Beauty, Science, and Spirit in Italian Art: The High Renaissance and Mannerism Part 3 Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 12e.
ARCHITECTURE. SPECIFIC GOALS: GIVE EXAMPLES OF MAJOR ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN IN ITALY (MOSTLY ROME AND VENICE). NOTE THE SCULPTURAL ASPECTS.
High Renaissance Italy, Chapter 22. DaVinci, Madonna of the Rocks, 1483.
Leonardo da Vinci Virgin of the Rocks ca oil on wood 6 ft. 3 in. x 3 ft. 7 in. Four artists who were most closely associated with the High Renaissance:
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
CHAPTER 20 16TH CENTURY ART IN ITALY. TITIAN Titian had a creative career during which he produced splendid religious, mythological, and portrait paintings,
Renaissance Early 16 th c. Venetian Art Chapter 18 pg , part II.
Venetian Art. Venice vs Florence Venice is bathed in mist/Florence is dry Venice focused on light and sensuality (colorito)/Florence focused on line and.
ITALY, to High and late renaissance.
Unit 7 Review Sesh Early Renaissance High Renaissance Mannerism.
The Long Shadow of Italy: Painting in Seventeenth Century Europe.
Maniera: intellectually intricate subjects highly skilled techniques art concerned with beauty for its own sake extraordinary virtuosity (the artist is.
Cinquecento Italian Art William V. Ganis, PhD. Leonardo da Vinci Virgin of the Rocks ca oil on wood 6 ft. 3 in. x 3 ft. 7 in.
Important Images: High Renaissance and Mannerism in Europe.
Vasari and the Rebirth of the Visual Arts. Giorgio Vasari and assistants, The Sala dei Cinquecento, the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence.
ART HISTORY 2051 Midterm Review: Gothic to Mannerism.
San Lorenzo, Florence. Palazzo Medici San Lorenzo.
Michelangelo Born in Caprese near Arezzo, today Caprese Michelangelo 1488 apprenticed to Domenico del Ghirlandaio for 3 years continued.
Quattrocento Italian Art William V. Ganis, PhD.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
The High Renaissance in Italy Italy during the Renaissance.
The Late Renaissance and Mannerism in 16 th Century Italy Events: Reorientation of trade routes from the east (Italy in prime location) to the west (discovery.
High Renaissance and Mannerism (from around Columbus to the Reformation) Rome the epicenter of this period Main leaders were the Ninja Turtles.
The Changing Role of the Artist ¬ Giorgio Vasari’s Lives of the Artists, ¬ He believed that the artist was no longer just a member of a crafts guild.
Background ¬ Late Renaissance [Pre-Baroque]. ¬ Art was at an impasse after the perfection and harmony of the Renaissance.
Raphael, Self-Portrait, 1506 Oil on wood, Uffizi Galleria. RAPHAEL Raffaello Sanzio, Raffaello Sanzi, and Raffaello Santi Place of Birth - Urbino, Italy.
Arch 2315 Exam 1 Review Exam 1 will consist of: 25 building / site / plan 2 points each 5 motif / building type 1 point.
QUIZ # 2 – early Christian to Baroque Building Identifications – 10 identifications/2.5points each During the Quiz you will be given 1 1/2 minutes to look.
Mannerism and Other Trends of Late Sixteenth Century Italy Mannerism comes from the Italian word maniera meaning “mannered” or “Style”
The Renaissance. Filippo Brunelleschi, Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence, Italy.
Ognissanti Madonna -- Giotto Madonna of Humility -- Masolino 1424?
The Vitruvian Man Leonardo da Vinci Humanism Pazzi Chapel, Florence, by Brunelleschi.
Renaissance and Reformation Hist 121: Western Civilization I Clayton Miles Lehmann.
Classical and Worldly Values The Renaissance Woman – Upper-class, educated in classics, charming – Expected to inspire art but not create it – Isabella.
~Lake Oswego Art Literacy~ Michelangelo 1475 – 1564 Italian Sculptor and Painter Portrait of Michelangelo, unfinished by Jacopino del Conte ca. 1540, oil.
Michelangelo ( “ m i c k e l - A N - j e l - o h ” ) Italian Painter & Sculptor.
By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
BRILLIANT CULTURE OF RENAISSANCE KULESHOV VASILIY MIIGAIK 2014 RENAISSANCE HARMONY.
Background ¬ Late Renaissance [Pre-Baroque]. ¬ Art was at an impasse after the perfection and harmony of the Renaissance. ¬ Antithetical to the principles.
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