Ahtr 1400 to 1600 italian renaissance final

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Published on October 1, 2014

Author: AmyRaffel

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1. Renaissance Aty in Italy (1400s-1500s)

2. Donatello, David, mid-15th century.

3. Donatello, David, mid-15th century. Jamb Sculptures from Chartres Cathedral, 12th century.

4. Brunelleschi, Dome for Florence Cathedral, 1420-1436.

5. Brunelleschi, Dome for Florence Cathedral, 1420-1436. Chartres Cathedral,12th-13th centuries.

6. Brunelleschi, San Lorenzo, mid-15th century.

7. Masaccio, Trinity, c. 1425.

8. Brunelleschi, San Lorenzo, mid-15th century. Masaccio, Trinity, c. 1425.

9. Masaccio, Trinity, c. 1425.

10. Linear Perspective = creating a sense of depth in an architectural space by using orthogonals and a vanishing point. Vanishing Point : the point at which all the orthogonals meet Orthogonals : name for architectural lines that head straight towards or away from the viewer. They are the lines that are perpendicular to the picture plane.

11. Masaccio, Trinity, c. 1425.

12. Can you identify the orthogonals in this image?

13. Masaccio, Tribute Money, c. 1427.

14. Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa, c. 1505.

15. Piero del Polliaolo, Female Portrait, Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa, c. 1505. late 15th century.

16. Leonardo da Vinci, Last Supper, c. 1495.

17. Leonardo da Vinci, Last Supper, c. 1495

18. Raphael, School of Athens, c. 1510.

19. Raphael, School of Athens, c. 1510. Aristotle and Plato Averroes

20. Raphael, School of Athens, c. 1510. Self-Portrait of Raphael Portrait of Michelangelo as Heraclitus

21. Raphael, Madonna of the Meadows, c. 1505.

22. Raphael, Madonna of the Meadows, c. 1505. Giotto, Madonna and Child, c. 1310.

23. Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel Ceiling, c. 1510.

24. Michelangelo, Creation of Adam Detail, c. 1510. The Lord God formed the man from the soil of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being. - Genesis 2:7

25. Michelangelo: To Giovanni da Pistoia "When the Author Was Painting the Vault of the Sistine Chapel" —1509 I've already grown a goiter from this torture… My stomach's squashed under my chin, my beard's pointing at heaven, my brain's crushed in a casket, my breast twists like a harpy's. My brush, above me all the time, dribbles paint so my face makes a fine floor for droppings! …

26. Michelangelo, David, 1501-4.

27. Michelangelo, Donatello, David, David, 1501-4. mid-15th century.

28. Titian, Venus of Urbino, 1538.

29. Botticelli, Birth of Venus, c. 1486. Titian, Venus of Urbino, 1538.

30. Other / Extras

31. (You can show slides like this after you have lectured to show students the types of notes they should be taking in the beginning of the semester.) Example Notes: David by Donatello is the first free-standing, life-sized nude figure made of bronze since classical antiquity (meaning Ancient Greece and Rome). It shows Donatello’s artistic individuality and innovation; he pushed artistic and social boundaries.

32. Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa,c. 1503-5 Chiaroscuro: Blending highlights and shadows to create a sense of depth. Sfumato: Smoke-like veil that covers a painting to make it appear more realistic, like there is a haze present. Atmospheric Perspective: creating a sense of depth in a scene of nature by making far off views 1) more blurry 2) smaller and 3) bluish

33. (You can also throw in “unkowns” throughout the semester to see if students have grasped the main points of your lecture.) We have not studied this work, but, based on what you know about Renaissance art, see if you can identify the subject, general time frame, and perhaps even the artist or an artist who worked in a similar style. Support your answers with proof from the painting or your historical knowledge.

34. We have not studied this work, but, based on what you know about Renaissance art, see if you can identify the subject, general time frame, and perhaps even the artist or an artist who worked in a similar style. Support your answers with proof from the painting or your historical knowledge.

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