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Virgin and Child Enthroned,Cimabue, Virgin and Child Enthroned, 1280, Gothic
Gothic vs. Renaissance Cimabue, Enthroned Virgin and Child, 1280 Giotto, Lamentation, 1305
Giotto, Lamentation, 1305
Masaccio, Tribute Money, 1427
Masaccio, Detail, Tribute MoneyAncient Greece, Warrior
Masaccio, Detail, Tribute MoneyAncient Greece, Warrior Contrapposto
Atmospheric PerspectiveLinear Perspective
Pietro Perugino, Delivery of the Keys to St. Peter, 1482 Horizon line Orthogonals Vanishing Point
Italian High Renaissance16th century
Giorgio Vasari, The Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects First published in 1550 in Florence
-Interested in all branches of knowledge Leonardo da Vinci -Interested in all branches of knowledge -Believed art and science were intimately related
Raphael, School of Athens, 1510-11
Jacopo da Pontormo, Visdomini Altarpiece, 1518
Madonna of the Long Neck,Parmigianino, Madonna of the Long Neck, 1534
Rosso Fiorentino, Dead Christ with Angels, 1524-27
Art and Patronage Italians were willing to spend a lot of money on art. / Art communicated social, political, and spiritual values. / Italian banking.
Italian Early and High Renaissance Art
PERSPECTIVE: Outline of Topics
PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE : Outline of Topics Definition of perspective Empirical linear perspective: Duccio One-point perspective: Railroad track; Alberti.
Chapter 19 Italy, Italy about 1400 Nicola Pisano, pulpit from Pisa Cathedral baptistery,
Early – High Renaissance Cimabue Giotto Masaccio Yan Van Eyke Uccello Botticelli Da Vinci Michelangelo Raphael 1280s 1300s 1420s 1430s 1460s 1480s.
Midterm Review: Gothic to Mannerism
1 Renaissance Art Madonna Enthroned Giotto,
More perspective Using Linear and atmospheric perspective.
Renaissance Art. But First- Medieval Art! Preoccupied with RELIGION. Virgin Mary, Saints, Jesus, as baby and on the Cross.
Art of the Italian Renaissance Detail of Procession of the Magi, Gozzoli.
Vasari and the Rebirth of the Visual Arts. Giorgio Vasari and assistants, The Sala dei Cinquecento, the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence.
Renaissance Art. Why Should We Study Renaissance Art?
Development of Painting in Europe
What Element of art is MOST prevalent in this image?
Unit 7 Review Sesh Early Renaissance High Renaissance Mannerism.
Alberti’s De Pictura (1435) Humanities Core Course Winter 2008, “Making” Instructor: Nicole Woods.
Page from the Book of Kells c. 800 Written and illustrated by Irish monks.
Perspective Drawing Professor Frink’s Guide to. Frink’s Perspective Terms: oHorizon line – the line where the land meets the sky as seen by the observer.
Aim: Did the art of the Renaissance reflect a new spirit of “humanism”? Do Now: What terms of art do you know? Homework: None.
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