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Chapter 19 Italy, 1200-1400
Italy about 1400
Nicola Pisano, pulpit from Pisa Cathedral baptistery, 1259- 1260
Nicola Pisano, Annunciation of the Nativity, 1260
Giovanni Pisano, Annunciation and the Nativity, 1297
Berlinghieri, St. Francis Altarpiece, 1235
Nave of Santa Maria Novella, Florence, 1246-1470
Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned with Angels and Prophets, 1280
Giotto, Madonna Enthroned, 1310
LEFT: Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned with Angels and Prophets, 1280 RIGHT: Giotto, Madonna Enthroned, 1310
Arena Chapel, Padua; 1305-1306
Giotto, Lamentation, fresco from Arena Chapel
Giotto, Meeting of Joachim and Anna, from Arena Chapel, 1305
Duccio, Virgin Child Enthroned with Saints,1308
Duccio, Betrayal of Jesus, 1309
Lorenzo Maitani, façade of Orvieto Cathedral 1310
Simone Martini, Annunciation altarpiece from Siena Cathedral, 1333
Pietro Lorenzetti, Birth of the Virgin, 1342
Palazzo Publico, Siena, 1288-1309, aerial view
Ambrogio Lorenzetti, Peaceful City, 1338
Ambrogio Lorenzetti, Peaceful Country, 1338
Florence Cathedral, 1296
Florence Cathedral, nave, 1296
Doge’s Palace, Venice, 1340-1345
Cimabue vs. Giotto
Chapter 19 From Gothic to Renaissance: 14th Century Italian Art.
Gothic. Santa Croce, Florence, Italy. Begun 1294.
Italian Gothic Arnolfo di Cambo, Francesco Talenti, Andrea Orcagna, and others. Florence Cathedral, Florence. Begun 1296; redesigned 1357 and 1366;
1 Chapter 19 Italy, 1200 to 1400 Gardners Art Through the Ages, 13e.
1 Chapter 19 Italy, 14 th Century AP Art History.
Proto-Renaissance and International Gothic 13th and 15th Centuries Europe Instructor: Erica Ness.
1 Chapter 14 Late Medieval Italy 13 th Century Italy – High Middle Ages.
From Medieval to Renaissance: Italy, Compare Byzantine (left) style and content with High Renaissance (right) (left) Bonaventura Berlinghieri,
Renaissance Late 13-14c Proto-Renaissance – transformational period 15-16c Early and Late Renaissance Power of cities and city state outway feudalistic.
Proto Renaissance. QUESTIONS. What is the goal of the Renaissance? How did Medieval, Romanesque, and Gothic art differ from that of classical art?
Saint-Denis, Ambulatory, France, begun Rib Vaults Lux Nova Abbot Suger This is the image on pg. 512.
Early Renaissance Art Four Italian city states that were very successful commercially during the late Gothic period: Venice Florence Lucca Siena.
Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Frescos of the Sala dei Nove (Or Sala della Pace). 1338–1339. Length of long wall about 46’.
Saint-Denis, Ambulatory, France, begun 1140 Rib Vaults Lux Nova Abbot Sujer.
From Gothic to Renaissance 14 th Century Italian Art (aka Proto-Renaissance) Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned with Angels and Prophets, 1280 – 1290, Tempera.
Medieval Art Early, High Middle & Late Middle. Medieval Art- The Age of Faith Fig. 1.1 Duccio, Christ Entering Jerusalem, from the back of the Maesta.
Quiz 1 1) Describe in detail the attendance, cell phone, and laptop policies described on the syllabus 2) The number of artworks illustrated in Gardner’s.
Treasure at Sutton Hoo. Carmina Burana 11 th & 12 th Century Songs from Benedictbeurn – a monastary 254 poems and dramatic texts Religious themes, moral/satirical.
Compare Byzantine (left) style and content with High Renaissance (right) (left) Bonaventura Berlinghieri, Saint Francis Altarpiece, 1235 and (right) Raphael,
Ara Pacis Augustae, Rome, 9-13 BC. Ara Pacis St. Gall Gospels, 7 th Century.
Italy in the 13 th and 14 th centuries We will call this time period Late Gothic or Italian Gothic.
Claims—Write a claim that could be used to begin a paragraph about this piece. The more specific your claim—the better. You are responsible for two images—you.
Palazzo Vecchio. Florence. 1299–1310. © Atlantide Phototravel/Corbis. [Fig. 13-1]
Italian Renaissance Proto-Renaissance and Early Renaissance.
Ambrogio Lorenzetti FRESCOS OF THE SALA DEI NOVE (OR SALA DELLA PACE) Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy Length of long wall about 46' (14 m).
Medieval Art transforming into Renaissance Art. Medieval Art.
Medieval Art. Illuminated Manuscripts Stained Glass, Cologne, Germany Christ Giving the Keys to Peter.
Late Medieval Art Art History Unit Test #2 - Part 4.
The Nativity—a comparison.. How can we talk about the differences we see? How can we articulate the visual changes that separate the Medieval sense of.
Medieval Art transforming into Renaissance Art Medieval Art.
Siena Cathedral, Façade design by Giovanni Pisano.
Giotto di Bondone (c ) “Father of Renaissance Painting”
Lucca Cathedral facade. “Deposition” (lunette) “Nativity/Adoration of the Magi (architrave) Lucca Cathedral Nicola Pisano Before c
Art in Transition Middle Ages to Renaissance. During the Middle Ages many artists were involved in “illuminating” manuscripts. This involved hand-copying.
Gothic Art Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting.
Precursors of the Renaissance: Late Medieval Painting 13 th and 14 th century Italian art.
Chapter 19 Italy Gothic Pisa, Florence, Siena.
Early Renaissance Sculpture in Florence. Lorenzo Ghiberti – Bronze doors for the Baptistery of the Cathedral of Florence 1401.
Late Gothic Artists to Know Duccio Lorenzetti Nicola Pisano Cimabue GIOTTO Simone Martini.
Europe during the Renaissance
Audrey Flack. Vanitas (Marilyn) Francisco de Goya, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters Etching.
Medieval Art. Transition from Greek, to Roman, to Middle Ages Greek Idealism Roman Realism Middle Ages Religious.
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.
Lorenzo Monaco Born Piero di Giovanni c , but took the name Lorenzo when he became a monk at the monastery of Santa Maria degli Angeli (St. Mary.
Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned, Church of Santa Trinita, 1285 Giotto, Madonna Enthroned, Ognissanti Church, c
FROM GOTHIC TO RENAISSANCE. Renaissance The Renaissance is marked by a new sense of the individual, what came to be known as “ humanism. ” Visually, it.
ITALY, GARDNER CHAPTER 19-2 PP
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