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Michelangelo in the Renaissance Prof. Bergstein 2012
Florence Rome Michelangelo in Florence and Rome: 1504-1512
Cathedral of Florence S.M. del Fiore Brunelleschi’s Dome
Palazzo della Signoria, “Palazzo Vecchio” ca. 1290
Torso del Belvedere >>>>>>>>>>>> Vatican, Rome, Greco-Roman
Creation of Adam Ca. 1510
Adam = David in repose
Raphael Pope Julius II (r. 1503-13)
Theater of Marcellus Roman Acqueducts
Raphael Pope Julius II (r. 1503-13)
Sistine Chapel Vatican
Sistine Chapel Interior (before Michelangelo)
Loacoön excavated 1505
“We all started to draw...”
Freud to Rome, 1901
Letter to Giovanni da Pistoia From Michelangelo “I’m no painter.”
Ceiling of Sistine Chapel 1508-12
Domenico del Ghirlandaio S. Maria Novella, Florence Fresco (detail) Birth of the Virgin Michelangelo was Ghirlandaio’s apprentice
Libyan Sibyl Syncretism: Greco-Roman, Jewish, Christian
Preparatory Drawings for Libyan Sibyl
Creation of Eve
(Detail from) Creation of the Sun, Moon, Stars
Separation of Light from Darkness With Ignudi 1512
Ignudo (pl. Ignudi)
Ancestors of Christ
Ancestors of Christ, Sistine Ceiling
Restoration of the Sistine Chapel Ceiling Cleaning? Damaging? Ruined forever?
Renaissance Art. Why Should We Study Renaissance Art?
Renaissance Art. Medieval Art was religious and “flat.” Madonna Enthroned ~1280Giotto, Madonna Enthroned ~1310.
The High Renaissance in Rome: Michelangelo FA 0016 History of Western Art 2.
Renaissance Art Portfolio Art Portfolio: Create a Renaissance art portfolio that you can print and take notes on. 1.Find an image of each of the 19 things.
P i c t u r e s The Creation of the Heavens (detail), , from the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
The Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo A Detailed Study.
~Lake Oswego Art Literacy~ Michelangelo 1475 – 1564 Italian Sculptor and Painter Portrait of Michelangelo, unfinished by Jacopino del Conte ca. 1540, oil.
About a year after creating David, Pope Julius II summoned Michelangelo to Rome to work on his most famous project, the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
Michelangelo ( “ m i c k e l - A N - j e l - o h ” ) Italian Painter & Sculptor.
Italian Renaissance ◦ Sculptor ◦ Painter ◦ Architect ◦ Poet ◦ Engineer Exerted an unparalleled influence on the development of Western.
The Renaissance. Filippo Brunelleschi, Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence, Italy.
For your test you should be able to identify the artist and the name of the following pieces of art.
Brunelleschi’s Dome: Architecture Filippo Brunelleschi Filippo Brunelleschi ( ), Duomo, Florence Cathedral ( ) Who could be hard or envious.
Titian. Madonna with Members of the Pesaro Family (detail)
Fresco. Michelangelo Sistine Chapel Plan, top is South wall.
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 20 Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael. Some gunk turns them into mutants Splinter gets real big and teaches them karate Shredder is ugly.
FIFTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS I. Art of the Renaissance.
Michelangelo Renaissance. Self Portrait of Michelangelo Born in 1475 Died in 1564.
The Renaissance Chapter 13 Part 2. Renaissance Art Differed from Medieval Art Differed from Medieval Art Italian Art differed from that in Northern Europe.
Giotto Cimabue Proto-Renaissance. Giotto – Lamentation over the Dead Christ (1305) Proto-Renaissance.
Jacopino del Conte, Michelangelo Buonarroti, ca (Oil on wood, 88.3 x 64.1 cm), MMA.
Michelangelo Italian Artist 1475 – 1564 Renaissance Mediums: sculpture, fresco, architecture, poetry Significant artwork: Pieta c marble life size.
Michelangelo Buonarroti BY-. Who is Michelangelo? Born on March 6, 1475 Caprese, Italy Second of five sons. Died on February 18, 1564 (Age 88)
Raphael Portrait of Julius II 1512 Tempera on wood, 108,5 x 80 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence Michelangelo Tomb of Pope Julius II, begun 1505, completed.
Raphael Born in 1483 and died in 1520 He was a painter and an architect Self-portrait.
ITALY, to High and late renaissance.
Michaelangelo Italian Renaissance (rebirth) Painter and Sculptor.
Self Portrait of Michelangelo Born in 1475 Died in 1564.
Renaissance Art & Architecture. Renaissance Architecture Elements of Greek & Roman buildings Columns, domes Symmetrical façade (front) Rounded arches.
Italian Renaissance Artists By Sally Vickers Renaissance Artists Filippo Brunelleschi Donatello Michelangelo Leonardo da Vinci Raphael Santi These artists.
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.
High Renaissance Italy, Chapter 22. DaVinci, Madonna of the Rocks, 1483.
Vasari and the Rebirth of the Visual Arts. Giorgio Vasari and assistants, The Sala dei Cinquecento, the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence.
What is an antecedent? It is the noun or nouns that a pronoun is replacing or referring back to. Example: The Mona Lisa is a famous work of art from the.
Middle Ages Art Art focused on religion They were simple and 2 dimensional.
Mr. Brook’s Renaissance & Northern Renaissance art study guide Renaissance Artists Brunelleschi Ghiberti Donatello da Vinci Michelangelo Raphael Botticelli.
Renaissance Art & Architecture Literature too!. Bruneleschi Dome of Florence Development of perspective.
Exterior of the Sistine Chapel Cappella Sistina, Vatican.
Renaissance Art: Humanism. Ambrogio Lorenzetti ( ), Good Government in the City,public palace, Siena.
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.
Chapter th century art in Italy Early Renaissance.
The Renaissance produced new ideas that were reflected in the arts, philosophy, and literature. Patrons, wealthy from newly expanded trade, sponsored works.
The Cathedral of Florence Brunelleschi designed the dome(cupola)
THE RENAISSANCE. THE BAPTISTRY DOORS n LORENZO GHIBERTI n 1435 n EACH PANEL – 21 X 17 n NATIONAL MUSEUM, FLORENCE.
Michelangelo The Sistine Chapel Ceiling. The Sistine Chapel.
RENAISSANCE ART. 1. Realism & Expression Expulsion from the Garden Expulsion from the Garden Masaccio Masaccio First nudes since classical times.
The Art of the Renaissance Modern World History. Renaissance vs. Medieval Art Medieval Art Primary focus was on the church & religion Warfare themes were.
Quattrocento Italian Art William V. Ganis, PhD.
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