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Titian. Madonna with Members of the Pesaro Family (detail). 1526
Leonardo da Vinci. Portrait of Ginevra de’ Benci. ca. 1474–78
Leonardo da Vinci. Embryo in the Womb. ca. 1510
Leonardo da Vinci. Vitruvian Man. ca. 1487
Leonardo da Vinci. Project for a Church (Ms. B). ca. 1490
Leonardo da Vinci. The Virgin of the Rocks. ca. 1485
Leonardo da Vinci. The Last Supper. ca. 1495–98
Leonardo da Vinci. Mona Lisa. ca. 1503–05
Renaissance and earlier monuments in Rome
Donato Bramante. Tempietto, San Pietro in Montorio, Rome. 1502–11
Plan of Bramante’s Tempietto (after Serlio, in Regole generali di architettura)
Donato Bramante. Original plan for St. Peter’s, Rome (after Geymuller) 1506
Cristoforo Foppa Caradosso. Bronze medal showing Bramante’s design for St. Peter’s. 1506
Michelangelo. Pietà. ca. 1498
Michelangelo. David. 1501–04
Reconstruction of Michelangelo’s plan (ca. 1505) of the Tomb of Pope Julius II (after Tolnay)
Michelangelo. Moses. ca. 1513–15
Michelangelo. Awakening Prisoner. ca. 1525
Interior of the Sistine Chapel showing Michelangelo’s ceiling fresco Vatican, Rome
Diagram of subjects in Sistine Chapel, Vatican, Rome
Libyan Sibyl portion of the Sistine Chapel ceiling
Michelangelo. Studies for the Libyan Sibyl. 1508–12
Michelangelo. The Fall of Man and The Expulsion from the Garden of Eden from the Sistine Chapel ceiling, Vatican, Rome. 1508–12
Michelangelo. The Creation of Adam. Portion of the Sistine Chapel ceiling 1508–12
Raphael. La Belle Jardinière. 1507
Raphael. Frescoes of the Stanza della Segnatura, Vatican Palace, Rome 1508–11
Raphael. The School of Athens, Stanza della Segnatura Vatican Palace, Rome
Raphael. Portrait of Pope Leo X with Cardinals Giulio de’ Medici and Luigi de’ Rossi. ca. 1517
Raphael. St. Paul Preaching at Athens. 1515–16
Raphael. Galatea, Villa Farnesina, Rome. ca. 1513
Marcantonio Raimondi, after Raphael. The Judgment of Paris ca. 1510–20
Giorgione. The Tempest. ca. 1505
Giorgione (and Titian?). Fête Champêtre (Pastoral Concert). ca. 1509–10
Titian. Bacchanal. ca. 1518
Titian. Madonna with Members of the Pesaro Family. 1526
Titian. Man with a Blue Sleeve. ca. 1520
ITALY, to High and late renaissance.
High Renaissance Italy, Chapter 22. DaVinci, Madonna of the Rocks, 1483.
High Renaissance and Mannerism (from around Columbus to the Reformation) Rome the epicenter of this period Main leaders were the Ninja Turtles.
Chapter 20 Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael. Some gunk turns them into mutants Splinter gets real big and teaches them karate Shredder is ugly.
Renaissance Art. Why Should We Study Renaissance Art?
General Gattamelata Donatello. David Donatello St. George Donatello.
Renaissance Art. Medieval Art was religious and “flat.” Madonna Enthroned ~1280Giotto, Madonna Enthroned ~1310.
The High Renaissance 16 th century Italy Catholic Church is the dominant religious power Growing discontent with the Church primarily in the North Beginning.
Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c Botticelli, Mystical Nativity, 1500.
Renaissance Art Review. THE EXPULSION OF ADAM AND EVE - Masaccio.
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.
The High Renaissance in Rome: Michelangelo FA 0016 History of Western Art 2.
Civilization of the Renaissance Part II Painting, Sculpture, Architecture c
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.
1 Renaissance Rebirth (Fr.) Began in Italy and moved north –Roman glory –Trade: Byzantines, Asia, Africa –Medici family 1.
Michelangelo Raphael da Vinci. Title: Artist: c oil on wood panel, 98 x 53 cm This work of art is significant because this work demonstrates:
RENAISSANCE ART. 1. Realism & Expression Expulsion from the Garden Expulsion from the Garden Masaccio Masaccio First nudes since classical times.
Michelangelo ( “ m i c k e l - A N - j e l - o h ” ) Italian Painter & Sculptor.
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.
The Vocation of Peter and Andrew (Duccio). Donatello (David in Bronze)
For your test you should be able to identify the artist and the name of the following pieces of art.
Renaissance Art & Architecture Literature too!. Bruneleschi Dome of Florence Development of perspective.
Art of the Renaissance. Laocoon and Sons (16-20 BCE) How could a statue (such as this one) be considered “inspiration” for Renaissance artists?
Renaissance Art SECTION 1: THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE.
The High Renaissance The Rise of Rome
Botticelli, The Madonna of the Magnifcat. Botticelli, Portrait of a Young Man Botticelli, Portrait of a Young Woman Botticelli, Cestello Annunciation.
The “High” Renaissance Raffaello Santi ( ) Self-Portrait, 1506 Portrait of the Artist with a Friend, 1518.
Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife. Jan Van Eyck.
Raphael, Self-Portrait, 1506 Oil on wood, Uffizi Galleria. RAPHAEL Raffaello Sanzio, Raffaello Sanzi, and Raffaello Santi Place of Birth - Urbino, Italy.
Raphael The High Renaissance in Italy: Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael FA 0016 History of Western Art.
Important Images: High Renaissance and Mannerism in Europe.
Michelangelo Italian Artist 1475 – 1564 Renaissance Mediums: sculpture, fresco, architecture, poetry Significant artwork: Pieta c marble life size.
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.
The Rebirth of Classicism. Western Europe Eastern Europe Deësis Mosaic (Hagia Sophia)
4 Types of Perspective Linear Form Overlapping Atmospheric.
Italian Renaissance How do you show what it means to be human?
Art of the Italian Renaissance 1. 2 Giotto- Adoration of the Magi 3.
2. Michelangelo Buonorrati 1475 – 1564 He represented the body in three dimensions of sculpture.
The Art of the Renaissance Modern World History. Renaissance vs. Medieval Art Medieval Art Primary focus was on the church & religion Warfare themes were.
Self-Portrait 1506 Oil on wood, 45 x 33 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence Raphael Sanzio ( )
The Italian Renaissance. Brunelleschi Dome of Florence.
FIFTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS I. Art of the Renaissance.
Renaissance Art: Humanism. Ambrogio Lorenzetti ( ), Good Government in the City,public palace, Siena.
Birth of Venus by Botticelli, oil on canvas, Uffizi Art Gallery, circa
Jan Van Eyck Early Renaissance Northern Renaissance.
The High Renaissance Individualism + Classicism (Humanism) Secularism Perfecting techniques Monumental artwork.
1. Realism & Expression Expulsion from the Garden Masaccio 1427 First nudes since classical times.
The Renaissance. Filippo Brunelleschi, Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence, Italy.
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