Filippo Brunelleschi

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Published on December 7, 2008

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A Powerpoint presentation detailing the Italian architect and engineer Filippo Brunelleschi and the contributions he made to the Italian Renaissance.

Made by Jonathan Jin for Ms. Jordy's A-block European History course at the International School of Beijing.

Filippo Brunelleschi Architectural Mastermind A presentation by Jonathan Jin Of Ms. Jordy’s A-Block European History Class 12-08-08

“… Filipino who?”

1377-1446 in Florence, Italy Architect and the first engineer of Italian Renaissance Enrolled in the Arte della Seta the Silkmakers’ Guild Goldsmiths, metalworkers, and bronze workers. Apprenticed to Benincasa Lotti 1398: became master goldsmith

1377-1446 in Florence, Italy

Architect and the first engineer of Italian Renaissance

Enrolled in the Arte della Seta

the Silkmakers’ Guild

Goldsmiths, metalworkers, and bronze workers.

Apprenticed to Benincasa Lotti

1398: became master goldsmith

“ But didn’t you just say that he was an archi-…” “” Yea, I’m getting to that.”

1401: enrolled in contest alongside Lorenzo Ghiberti The task : design the bronze doors of Florence Baptistery Product rated equal to Ghiberti’s Withdrew 10 years studying in Rome Roman engineering Usage of fixed proportion Semi-circular arch Return to Florence, worked on numerous projects: Cupola of the Santa Maria di fiori - reinforcement and design Spedale degli Innocenti (“Hospital of the Innocents”; children’s orphanage) Brunelleschi’s panel design for the Florence Baptistery

1401: enrolled in contest alongside Lorenzo Ghiberti

The task : design the bronze doors of Florence Baptistery

Product rated equal to Ghiberti’s

Withdrew

10 years studying in Rome

Roman engineering

Usage of fixed proportion

Semi-circular arch

Return to Florence, worked on numerous projects:

Cupola of the Santa Maria di fiori - reinforcement and design

Spedale degli Innocenti (“Hospital of the Innocents”; children’s orphanage)

“ Aaaand why should this matter to me?”

Invented artistic linear perspective 1 st known perspective picture made by FP in 1415 Used by many later Italian artists Developed ancient-Rome-esque architectural style Evident in: Ospedale degli Innocenti Church of San Lorenzo Completely different from Gothic Mathematical rigor Straight lines Flat planes Cubic spaces A demonstration of Filippo Brunelleschi’s perspective picture concept

Invented artistic linear perspective

1 st known perspective picture made by FP in 1415

Used by many later Italian artists

Developed ancient-Rome-esque architectural style

Evident in:

Ospedale degli Innocenti

Church of San Lorenzo

Completely different from Gothic

Mathematical rigor

Straight lines

Flat planes

Cubic spaces

Information came from &quot;Filippo Brunelleschi - Great Buildings Online.&quot;  ArchiPlanet . Architecture Week. 2 Dec 2008 <http://www.archiplanet.org/architects/Filippo_Brunelleschi.html>. &quot;Filippo Brunelleschi.&quot;  Web Gallery of Art . 2 Dec 2008 <http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/bio/b/brunelle/biograph.html>. &quot;Filippo Brunelleschi.&quot;  Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance . PBS. 2 Dec 2008 <http://www.pbs.org/empires/medici/renaissance/brunelleschi.html>. &quot;Filippo Brunelleschi.&quot; 1 Dec 2008 <http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Biographies/Brunelleschi.html>. &quot;Filippo Brunelleschi.&quot; 1 Dec 2008 <http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/filippo-brunelleschi.htm>. “ In memoriam Filippo Brunelleschi.&quot;  Gallery Diabolus . Gallery Diabolus. 5 Dec 2008 <http://www.gallery-diabolus.com/gallery/artist.php?image=1612&id=utisz&page=214>. Images came from &quot;Image:Bunelleschi.jpg.&quot; Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. 3 Dec 2008 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Bunelleschi.jpg>. &quot;In memoriam Filippo Brunelleschi.&quot;  Gallery Diabolus . Gallery Diabolus. 5 Dec 2008 <http://www.gallery-diabolus.com/gallery/artist.php?image=1612&id=utisz&page=214>.

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