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Giotto, Kiss of Judas
The Ognisanti Madonna, Florence, Uffizi Museum - c. 1310 Tempera on wood
The Annunciation, Fra Angelico, c. 1430
Sandro Botticelli La Primavera
Sandro Botticelli, Madonna of the Magnifocat c.1485
Sandro BOTTICELLI - The Birth of Venus c. 1485
Lorenzo de' Medici. by Benozzo di Lese di Sandro Gozzoli
Raphael – The Crowning of the Virgin (Oddi Altarpiece) 1502-03
The School of Athens - Raphael
Titian - Sacred and Profane Love 1514
St. George and the Dragon - Raphael
Mona Lisa – Leonardo
David - Michelangelo
The Last Super http://ewart.sbc.edu/2006/12/leonardos_la st_supper.htmlhttp://ewart.sbc.edu/2006/12/leonardos_la st_supper.html
Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes engraving
Civilization of the Renaissance Part II Painting, Sculpture, Architecture c
Renaissance Art… …or Not?.
The Renaissance 1300 – 1500, 14th – 16thcentury. Re-Birth, (1) revival of learning based on classical sources (Greece and Rome), (2) Courtly and papal.
Raffael Spozalizio (The Engagement of Virgin Mary) 1504 Oil on roundheaded panel, 170 x 117 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan.
Renaissance Art The influence of humanism during its first two hundred years transformed much of Europe’s intellectual and creative activity. New inspirations.
Ecce Ancilla Domini! Dante Gabriel Rossetti. John Ruskin and D. G. Rossetti William Downey June 29, 1863 Albumen Print.
Renaissance Art As with Renaissance Literature, three themes of Renaissance Art: Humanism, Secularism, and Classicism. The Renaissance will see a shift.
Midterm Review: Gothic to Mannerism
1 Renaissance Art Madonna Enthroned Giotto,
The Renaissance in Italy
Renaissance Art. But First- Medieval Art! Preoccupied with RELIGION. Virgin Mary, Saints, Jesus, as baby and on the Cross.
LaocoönLaocoön & His Sons (1 st c. AD, Hellenistic Greek) Apollo Belvedere (Roman copy of Greek orginal, 5 th c. B.C.)
Museums in Europe, Part II. A museum is a pretty building.
Renaissance Art. Why Should We Study Renaissance Art?
THE RENAISSANCE. THE BAPTISTRY DOORS n LORENZO GHIBERTI n 1435 n EACH PANEL – 21 X 17 n NATIONAL MUSEUM, FLORENCE.
Unit 7 Review Sesh Early Renaissance High Renaissance Mannerism.
The Beginning of Modern Painting: The Renaissance
The Italian Masters. Renaissance Artists Masters we’ve covered: –Leonardo –Michelangelo Who’s left?
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