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Limbourg Brothers (Paul, Herman, Jean) Tres Riches Heures
June July August October
Claus Sluter Well of Moses
Roger van der Weyden Deposition 1442
Roger van der Weyden Portrait of a Lady 1460
Jan van Eyck The Annunciation see page 631
Jan van Eyck Man in a Red Turban 1433
Jan van Eyck Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife, Giovanna Cenami 1434
Robert Campin Merode Altarpiece
Masaccio fresco cycle in the Brancacci Chapel in the Church of Santa del Carmine in Florence The Expulsion from Paradise
Trinity Fresco, 667 x 317 cm Santa Maria Novella, Florence
Trinity (scheme of the perspective) Fresco, 667 x 317 cm Santa Maria Novella, Florence
Martin Schongauer Temptation of Saint Anthony see page 649
Peasant Family Going to Market
Sandro Botticelli The Birth of Venus
Sandro Botticelli Primavera 1482
Sandro Botticelli Mystic Nativity 1500
Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes engraving
Mary of Burgundy Painter Page with Mary at her Devotions Hours of Mary of Burgundy 1482
Mary of Burgundy Painter Hours of Mary of Burgundy 1482
Fra Angelico Annuciation Dominican Monastery of San Marco
Hans Memling Martyrdom of Saint Ursula 1489
Melchior Broederlam Annunciation and Visitation Presentation in the Temple and Flight into Egypt
Piero della Francesca Battista Sforza Frederico da Montefletro
Piero della Francesca fresco cycle The Legend of the True Cross Bacci Chapel, Church of San Francesco, Arezzo
Domenico Ghirlandaio Sassetti Chapel Church of Santa Trinita Florence
Confirmation of the Rule
Resurrection of the Boy
Limbourg Brothers (Paul, Herman, Jean) Tres Riches Heures
Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes engraving.
Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes engraving A.
Your presentation will go in your test grade. You will know what you are responsible for because you will see you name on the title slide. This presentation.
Chapter 20 Piety, Passion & Politics 15 th century art in Northern Europe.
Jan van Eyck. Double Portrait of a Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife × 22 1/2”.
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.
Northern Europe Geographical Location.
Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife. Jan Van Eyck.
Comparisons. Architecture Please compare each of the images represented in these pairs— you are being offered three different sets of buildings to consider.
Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned, Church of Santa Trinita, 1285 Giotto, Madonna Enthroned, Ognissanti Church, c
Early Italian Renaissance Quattrocento 1400s. Linear Perspective Arrives!
Early Northern Renaissance. Claus Sluter Well of Moses Chartreuse de Champmol, Dijon, France stone figures approximately 6 ft. high.
Renaissance Art. But First- Medieval Art! Preoccupied with RELIGION. Virgin Mary, Saints, Jesus, as baby and on the Cross.
Jan Van Eyck Early Renaissance Northern Renaissance.
Europe during the Renaissance
Dome of Florence Cathedral detail, 19–2 (p596) bin/Florence_Cathedral.html/cid_ gbi.
Early Renaissance Art Northern European/Flemish.
Content in Painting & Image Making. What is your “thesis” statement? At the start: A blank canvas/surface.
Quattrocento Italian Art. Theme: PMA Positive Mental Attitude Humanism: emphasis on education, expanding knowledge (esp of Classical antiquities and literature),
1 Chapter 20 Piety, Passion, and Politics: 15 th Century Art in Northern Europe and Spain Gardner ’ s Art Through the Ages,
Late Northern European Gothic By Tristan, Vanessa, Shaina, & Jessica.
Italian. Florence: Sculpture Medici: avid patrons 1 st impt commission was work not of Medici but wool guild for the east end of the baptistry.
Chapter 21 Italy Ch. 21 Italy Main themes and concepts Perspective-linear, atmospheric, horizon line, vanishing point, “di sotto.
15 TH CENTURY EUROPEAN ART CHAPTER 18. FULLY IDENTIFY.
Art of the Renaissance. But first let’s do a little review of Medieval art.
15 th Century Northern Renaissance Things to Know for Did not have classical antiquity as inspiration More of an extension of Gothic art Interest in symbolism.
Early Renaissance Art in Europe Humanism Thomas Aquinas ( ) Summa Theologica,
Raffael Spozalizio (The Engagement of Virgin Mary) 1504 Oil on roundheaded panel, 170 x 117 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan.
Jan van Eyck Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride 1434 oil on wood 2 ft. 8 in. x 1 ft. 11 1/2 in.
Renaissance Art The influence of humanism during its first two hundred years transformed much of Europes intellectual and creative activity. New inspirations.
Chapter 18: The 15 th century in Northern Europe.
1 Chapter 21 Italy, 1400 to 1500 Gardners Art Through the Ages, 13e.
Art History II Instructor Dustin M Price. Quiz 2 Please answer the following question: What kind of natural disaster occurred in Florence, Italy in 1966.
Title: Façade of Santa Maria Novella, Florence Artist: Leon Battista Alberti Date: Source/ Museum: n/a Medium: n/a Size: n/a.
Man in a Red Turban, Jan van Eyck, 1433 Early N. Renaissance Possibly self portrait Lettered, educated artist, diplomat.. Rose above level of craftsman.
Why does the Renaissance Occur? Rediscovery of Classical Greece and Rome Dante’s publication of the Divine Comedy in the Italian vulgate Guttenberg’s.
RENAISSANCE ART. 1. Realism & Expression Expulsion from the Garden Expulsion from the Garden Masaccio Masaccio First nudes since classical times.
1 Chapter 20 Northern Europe, 1400 to 1500 Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 13e.
Art of the Northern Renaissance Detail of Adoration of the Magi, Durer.
Chapter 8 part 2. France LIMBOURG BROTHERS, Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, 1413–1416. Fig. 8-9.
Art of the Italian Renaissance Some work contributed by Susan Pojer.
Chapter 21 Italy comparisons. Figure MASACCIO, Holy Trinity, Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy, ca. 1424–1427. Fresco, 21’ 10’ 5/8”
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.
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.
Early Renaissance Painting. A few words before we begin Fresco: mural painting on wet plaster Trompe l’oeil: “trickery of the eye,” illusion.
Renaissance Art. Why Should We Study Renaissance Art?
Renaissance Art. Medieval Art was religious and “flat.” Madonna Enthroned ~1280Giotto, Madonna Enthroned ~1310.
Cross as Tree of Life, San Clemente (Rome), 11 th c.
Northern Renaissance Painters Cloze. J____ V____ E______ painted Arnolfini in The Mérode Altarpiece was painted from by R____________ C_________.
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