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Ah 250 Exam1


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The Bronze David - Donatello
1430-40, Polished bronze, Florence (First nude scupture)
The Hospital of the Innocents
1419, considered to be the first renaissance building
The Arena Chapel
1305, Giotto, Fresco, inside the chapel on the walls and ceiling
Allegories of Good and Bad Govenemnt
Lorenzetti - Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, 1338-39, secular, Fresco
Jan van Eyck - The Arnolfini Portrait
1434, Oil on wood
Giotto di Bondone (1267-1337)
The artist responsible for new developments in painting during renaissance.
Mona Lisa - Da Vinci
1503-05, oil on wood, Louvre, Paris
Donato Bramante - The Tempietto
1502-03, San Pietro in Montorio, Rome - Marks the place peter was crucified
Cimabue's Madonna Enthroned,
1280-90, Tempera on wood, Bysantine, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
Stigmatization of Saint Francis
1317, Giotto, Bardi Chapel (exterior) Santa Croce, Florence. Fresco
Well of Moses-Claus Sluter
1395, Dijon, France, painted stone
An intellectual movement that focused on human potential and achievements.
Pieta - Michelangelo
1498-1500, marble; 5'.81/2 high St. Peter's Church, the Vatican
Peiro della Francesca, Anunciation
1450, Fresco. Used 1 point perspective, color and geometry
most powerful and innovative of his generation because of nudes
Fra Angelico- Anunciation
1440, Fresco
The Kiss of Judas Comparison (Duccio's Panal)
Panal, More densely packed with figure's than the mosaic, an illusion of greater depth, 3D shading,lots of emotion and movement,
Self Portrait 1-Durer
1498, oil on panal, 20.5x16", Museo del Prado, Madrid, 3 quarter view and distant landscape similar to the Mona lisa's. Da Vinci influenced
Andrea Palladio - Villa Rotunda
1567-69, Vicenza, Italy
Sistine Chapel Ceiling - Michelangelo
1508-12, Fresco; 5800 square feet, The vatican
Jacopo Pontormo - Entombment
Manneristic, Capponi Chapel, Santa Felicita, Florence, 1525-28
Vitruvian Man
Leonardo da Vinci, 1485-1490, pen and ink
Michelangelo Bounarroti
Florentine sculptor and painter and architect; one of the outstanding figures of the Renaissance. The Pieta, Creation of Man, David, Sistine Chapel Ceiling
Filippo Brunelleschi
The Dome of Florence Cathedral, 1410-1436 and the Hospital of the Innocents (Foundling Hospital), 1419
school of Athens & Sistine Madonna
influenced by Pisano's sculptures, Roman architectural ruins, and the discoveries of Classical texts
Chartreuse de Champmol-Claus Sluter
1385-93, Portal, Sculpture, Dijon, France
Titian - Assumption of the Virgin
1516-18, oil on panel
The Maesta (majesty)
Duccio di Buoninsegna, 1311, Tempera and gold on panels, Byzantine style, Sienna, altar piece
Classical texts
the works of ancient philosophers and scientists
Limbourg Brothers
Netherland artists who specialized in Books of the Hours, prayer books.
Last Supper - da Vinci
Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, 1495-98, Fresco, 15'x29'
The Kiss of Judas Comparison (Giotto)
Humanist revival, fresco, no landscape, faces turned away from viewer, judas actually kisses jesus,more violence, right to left movement
The Kiss of Judas Comparison (Mosaic)
The figures face the viewer, as with Ducio the Jesus faced front and no connection with the kiss, outlined in black, two dimensional, Jesus is larger with jeweled crown, little emotion or depth,
wrote 10 books of architecture, used the old classical style as inspiration, rediscovered ancient style
The Nativity, Nicola Pisano (pre-ren)
1260, Marble relief, Baptistery in Pisa, description- straight noses, imagery of classic art
The Age of Humanism
a philosophical view that emphasized the importance of human values and achievement
14th C Italy
Florence, Italy considered the "birthplace" of the Renaissance
Jacopo (Robusti) Tintoretto - Last Supper
1592-94, oil on canvas; Manneristic, uses light dramatically,
an artistic movement of the late Renaissance which freely abstracted and modified the visual conventions of the Renaissance. Introduction of asymmetry, twisted and contorted forms and figures, stylized forms, unnatural poses, odd scale and space, dramatic lighting and jarring colors. Complexity
Architecture and Writings of Leon Battista Alberti
Palazzo Rucellai, Florence, 1446-50 and The church of Sant' Andrea, Mantua, 1470-93
The Annunciation, Martini
1333, Tempera and gold leaf on panel, Gothic Style, in the Uffizi, Florence
Giotto's Madonna Enthroned (altar piece)
1310, Tempera on wood, Byzantine (with Gothic arches, perspective and some realism), Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
Madonna Enthroned comparison (Cimabue)
Cimabue's throne rises in irrational, unknown space (no floor), long thin elegant figures, lines of Gold,Jesus has small head and thin form, lacks dimension
Robert Campin - Merode Altarpiece
1480, Tempera and oil on wood
Madonna Enthroned comparison (Giotto)
Giotto's throne is on a horizontal support approached by steps, figures are bulky and more human-like, Jesus is chubby and more naturally seated with a hand raised in blessing. Unlike, cimabue's the faces are turned towards the focal point, and finally a truer sense of perspective
Nicola Pisano
Sculptor, Marble pulpit for the Baptistery in Pisa, 1260
7 Deadly Sins and the last 4 things, Bosch
Painted table cloth, 1475-1515, Museo del Prado, Madrid
The Expulsion from Eden - Masaccio
1420's, The Brancacci Chapel Fresco Cycle
Anunciation and January (Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry)
Limbourg Brothers, 1413-16, Illumination, Musee Conde, Chantilly, France
Landscape with the Fall of Icarau, Pieter Bruegel
1554-55, Oil on panel, 2'.5"x3'.8", Musees Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Brussels, "Don't fly too close to the sun"
Tomb of Leonardo Bruni
Marble, 1444, Croce Florence
Renaissance man
Leonardo da Vinci, well rounded man, the ideal individual of the Renaissance Age.
Saint Louis Altarpiece
1317, Tempera on panel, Gothic Style, in the Galleria Nazionale, Naples
The holy Trinity - Masaccio
1425, Fresco, renaissance, using balance of color, perspective, 3D
El Greco - Burial of the Count of Orgas
1586-88, oil on canvas
Self Portrait 2 - Durer
1500, oil on panel, Alte Pinakothek, Munich, full frontal view, reminiscent of Byzantine religious figures, against a black background placing himself in a more iconic fashion, hand on the cloak like jesus and the printed monogram
Sandro Botticelli - Birth of Venus
1480, Tempera on Canvas
David - Michelangelo
1501-1504, Marble; 14' high, Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence

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