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Buildings to Know- Renaissance Architecture

Palazzo Medici Michelozzo Florence, Italy 1450-1500,1444-1484 Palazzo Rucellai Alberti Florence, Italy 1450-1500,1446-1451 Alberti Florence, Italy 1450-1500,1446-1451 Pienza Pienza, Italy 1450-1500 Urbino, Palazzo Ducale Urbino Italy 1500s (early) St Pietro in Montorio (Tempietto) Bramante 1481-1500 Palazzo Branconio Raphael Rome, Italy 1500-1550 Palazzo del te’ Giulio Romano Mantua, Italy 1524-34 Palazzo Bevilacqua Sanmicheli Verona, Italy 1530-1550 Biblioteca…

Renaissance and Art in Italy (Chapter 2 sections 1&2)

Early Renaissance period 1300-1400 define renaissance a cultural movement that represents new ideas, a change from the middle ages What is considered to be the beginning of the modern period? Renaissance define reformation religious revolution/rebellion against the catholic church, leading to the creation of new christian churches How did the renaissance view the individual and…

The Twenties Quiz/ Chapter Review

Define bull market. How did it affect the investment activities of Americans? A period of rising stock prices; the bull market of the 19203 led more Americans to buy stock on credit, which put them in debt and artificially increased stock values. Who was Andrew Mellon? What economic goals did he achieve? Secretary of the…



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Renaissance and Shakespeare Test Study Guide

When was Shakespeare born? April 23, 1567 Where was Shakespeare born? Stratford-Upon-Avon Whom did he marry? How old was he? How old was she? Married Anne Hathaway; he was 18; she was 26 How many plays did he write? 37 plays How many sonnets did he write? 154 sonnets How many words is he credited…

Renaissance video notes

The _____________ is the name historians have given the events that led to the formation of many types of Protestant churches during the 16th century. Reformation The Italian astronomer who proved the theories of Copernicus was named______________ Galileo The entire historical period between the fall of the Western Roman Empire and the Renaissance is called…

renaissance art: common symbolism

apple/fruit sin/disobedience book scriptures/prophecy of scriptures broom domestic arts of cooking, sewing, tending to home candle show gods presence chalice wine of the eucharist dead tree original sin/dead bc of sin dice/cards reference to vice dog faithfulness/fidelity dog (hound) hell dove holy spirit garden fertility. enclosed- virginity jingle bells folly and foolishness knot unity lamb…

Art 223 Exam #2: Early Renaissance Architecture in Florence

Dome of the Florence Cathedral -Filippo Brunelleschi -1420-1436 -Florence, Italy -by 1420, the decorative Gothic surface of the exterior was largely complete. Nave, choir and transepts built; and the size of the octagonal base was built -masons worked from movable scaffolding -“great hoist’ using oxen -Exterior: white marble ribs divide the dome into eight sections…

Art 101: Northern Renaissance 15th Century

The Characteristics of the Northern Renaissance. No Flattery, Highly detailed, Use of symbolism. True or False: The North Renaissance used a lot of symbolism? True How many types of craftsmen are involved in the production of a manuscript? 4. Parchment, Scribes, Illuminators, Binders What type of Illusion is found in Holbein’s “The Ambassadors” The skull:…

Create 10 individual artist flash cards with facts about Renaissance artists and your favorite piece created by said artist

Michelangelo Michelangelo: Early Life and Training. Michelangelo Buonarroti (Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni) was born on March 6, 1475, in Caprese, Italy. Leonardo da Vinci The name Leonardo da Vinci translates to Leonard from the town of Vinci. • Leonardo was raised by his single father. • Leonardo was one of the first Italians to…

The Renaissance Theater

How old was the art of drama by the time Shakespeare was born? 3 centuries Why was building a permanent theater such a radical idea? Because plays were normally at improvised spaces Who built the first public theater? When? What was it called? James and Richard Burbage built the The Theater in 1576 Name some…

Renaissance- Copernicus

Galieo and Copernicus Who believes in the heliocentric theory? The Catholic Church Who believed in the geocentric theory? Copernicus enters the university of Krakow. What happened to Copernicus in 1419? On the Revolution of the celestial spheres (his book) was published. Copernicus died the same year. What happened to Copernicus in 1543? Copernicus book was…

Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance

Albizzi The rivaling banking family of the Medici’s. They had Cosimo arrested and locked him in a tower. They were going to kill him, but Cosimo escaped. Artists Seventy percent of all Renaissance artists lived and worked in Florence. Lots of them were commissioned by the Medici family. Bribing Medici bribed the guards when he…

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