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2 Gothic. Santa Croce, Florence, Italy. Begun 1294.

3 Gothic. Santa Croce, Florence, Italy: View down nave towards choir. Begun 1294.

4 Gothic Art - Italy Florence Cathedral (Duomo) Begun 1296; 1357 & 1366 (redesigned); (dome) Florence, Italy Artists: Arnolfo DiCambio, Francesco Talenti, Andrea Pisano The dome is Renaissance the rest is still in Gothic style Campanile designed by Giotto (1334 – 1350) Brunelleschi designed and built the dome (1420 – 1436)

5 Late Middle Ages – Duomo Florence

6 Late Middle Ages – Florence Cathedral

7 Giovanni Pisano (lower facade). Siena Cathedral, Siena Cathedral: west facade through fourteenth century.

8 Palazzo Pubblico Siena, Italy Gothic tower and arches in a civic center

9 Ambrogio Lorenzetti Peaceful City Detail from the fresco Effects of Good Government in the City and in the Country fresco Inside Civic Center

10 Ambrogio Lorenzetti Peaceful Country Detail from the fresco Effects of Good Government in the City and in the Country fresco

11 Gothic Art Milan Cathedral (Duomo) Begun 1386 – façade finished under Napoleon in 19 th century Milan, Italy Italian Gothic that is heavily French influenced

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13 Late Middle Ages Nativity Pisa, Italy Artist: Nicola Pisano Detail of the Pulpit shows Pisano’s return to classical themes and styles Revival in antiquity

14 Late Middle Ages The Nativity Pisa, Italy Artist: Giovanni Pisano Son of Nicola Also sculpted another pulpit for Pisa cathedral Reflects Royal style of Paris more than his own father’s work Slender, flowing figures

15 Gothic. Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy. Founded by 1246, nave begun after 1279.

16 Gothic. Basilica of San Francesco, Assisi (Umbria), Italy: Interior, Upper Church. Begun 1228, consecrated 1253.

17 Duccio di Buoninsegna & Simone Martini. Continuity & Change: Representing the Human Figure: Virgin and Child with Saints Dominic and Aurea. Detail /4" × 34-1/4".

18 Late Middle Ages Madonna and Child Enthroned (Maesta Altarpiece) Siena, Italy Artist: Duccio Mary as Queen of Heaven surrounded by Saints 3D is more effective here – signed by artist Egg tempera and gold on wood Last of medieval Byzantine tradition

19 Late Middle Ages Madonna and Child Enthroned 1310 CE Florence, Italy Artist: Giotto Throne appears like a niche 3D has improved Halos seem to not belong A more solid Mary who sits in space of her throne

20 Madonna Enthroned with Angels and Prophets ca Florence, Italy Cimabue tempera on wood 12 ft. 7 in. x 7 ft. 4 in. Compare with Giotto’s fresher style this appears stale

21 Simone Martini and Lippo Memmi Annunciation 1333 tempera and gold leaf on wood 10 ft.1 in. x 8 ft. 8 3/4 in. Still a heavy use of gold but the details and characters are becoming more realistic again

22 Giotto di Bondone Interior of the Arena Chapel Padua, Italy fresco

23 Giotto di Bondone Lamentation from the Interior of the Arena Chapel Padua, Italy fresco Giotto’s emotional masterpiece

24 Late Middle Ages

25 Palazzo Vecchio, Florence. 1299–1310.

26 The end... Next Lecture... Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy Gothic Art


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