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Italian Renaissance Art Michelangelo – Sculptor David
Michelangelo – Painter Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
Creation of Man
The Last Judgment
Michelangelo – Architect St. Peter’s Basilica He designed the dome and much of the interior altar
Leonardo da Vinci – Ideal Renaissance man Definition? – Had lots of different interests and talents Painter, sculptor, inventor, scientist, poet
Leonardo da Vinci – Painter Mona Lisa Is it her or is it him?
The Last Supper
Vitruvian Man – Study of anatomy and human proportion
Raphael – Painter – Use of perspective Definition? New technique of the Renaissance Raphael was not the first to use this technique Perspective!
The School of Athens
Donatello – 1 st free standing bronze statue since Roman times David
Botticelli The Birth of Venus
Brunelleschi – Architect – Designed the dome of the Florence Cathedral 1 st dome built since Roman times
Dome Caparisons Il Duomo St. Peter’s St. Paul’s US capital (Florence) (Rome) (London) (Washington DC) 1296-14361506-16261677-1708 Dome completed in 1868
Ghiberti – Sculptor – Designed the bronze doors of the Florence Cathedral Baptistery Gates of Paradise
Northern Renaissance By the end of the 15 th century, Italian city-states no longer had a monopoly on Asian goods – Other nations want to get wealthy through trade – Explorations by Spain and Portugal in the late 1400s opened new trade routes to Asia
Northern Renaissance France, England, the Netherlands (Holland) and the German States became leading trading nations Hanseatic League Definition? ◦ Trade organization of German merchants who controlled Northern Europe
Northern Renaissance Had a different style from the Italian Renaissance – Why?
Styles of the Renaissance Italian Renaissance – Themes Religion Greek and Roman mythology
Styles of the Renaissance Italian Renaissance – Features Water-based colors Bright, light colors Idealistic figures – Larger than life – Heroic – Glamorous
Styles of the Renaissance Northern Renaissance – Features Darker colors First to develop and use oil paints – Jan van Eyck More realistic
Hans Holbein – Painted portraits of the rich & powerful Henry VIII
Albrecht Durer – Northern “da Vinci” – Renaissance man – Painter, engraver, author Praying Hands
The Knight, Death, and the Devil
Pieter Brueghel – Painter Ordinary people and village life
Jan van Eyck – Painter – Developed oil paints with his brother The Arnolfini Wedding
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