Get help now
  • Pages 4
  • Words 949
  • Views 469
  • Download

    Cite

    Molly
    Verified writer
    Rating
    • rating star
    • rating star
    • rating star
    • rating star
    • rating star
    • 4.8/5
    Delivery result 3 hours
    Customers reviews 309
    Hire Writer
    +123 relevant experts are online

    Early Renaissance Masters Midterm

    Academic anxiety?

    Get original paper in 3 hours and nail the task

    Get help now

    124 experts online

    duecento
    the thirteenth (13th) century in Italian art. Literally the 1200s.
    trecento
    the 1300s, or fourteenth century, in Italian art
    quattrocentro
    The cultural and artistic events of 15th century Italy are collectively referred to as the Quattrocento.
    tempera
    A paint in which the pigments are mixed with egg yolk and water
    mendicant order
    Religious order that begs/depends on the charity of people for their livelihood. They do not own property, either individually or collectively, and try to copy the life of jesus. They spend their time preaching the Gospel and serving the poor (Franciscans, Dominicans, etc.)
    stigmata
    wounds which Christ received at the Crucifixion miraculously appear on the body of a saint
    predella
    the painted or sculpted lower portion of an altarpiece that relates to the subjects of the upper portion
    cassone
    Italian for “large case” or “large chest,” referring to carved and painted chests used to hold clothing, often given as gifts to a prospective bride for her dowry by her future husband. Many important paintings from the Renaissance were made to decorate these chests and other items of furniture.
    desco da parto
    “Birth trays”
    – Related in ways to Birth of the Virgin altarpiece – Trays would be brought into women who were bedridden for a certain amount of time around giving birth
    -Often commissioned by husbands and family
    – Mundane, religious, mythological, etc. subjects
    – Triumph of Fame, 1448-49
    -Piero de’Medici presented to wife for birth of first son (Lorenzo)
    -Lorenzo had it hanging on his wall when he died
    guild
    A medieval organization of crafts workers or trades people.
    confraternity
    a lay brotherhood devoted to some purpose, esp. to religious or charitable service
    reliquary
    a container where religious relics are stored or displayed (especially relics of saints)
    sarcophagus
    an ancient marble or stone coffin, often decorated with artwork and inscriptions
    tympanum
    half-round panel that fills the space between the lintle and arch over the doorway of the church.
    trumeau
    in church architecture, the pillar or center post supporting the lintel in the middle of the doorway.
    Palmesel
    German word for “palm donkey” referring to a statue of Christ on a donkey
    maniera greca
    “greek style” of the 13th century that demonstrated both Italian and Byzantine influences. Frontality, lack of modeling (flat forms), extensive use of gold leaf. Madonna enthroned with Angels and Prophets-Cimabue
    tramezzo
    a screen placed across the nave of a church to separate the clergy from the lay audience
    chrysography
    Literally, “gold-writing;” a Greek-derived term that describes the pattern of gold lines used in Byzantine, and Italo-Byzantine art to suggest the highlighted ridges of drapery folds.
    buon fresco
    true or wet fresco; pigments are mixed with water and become chemically bound to the freshly laid lime plaster
    fresco seco
    fresco painting technique in which watercolors are applied to dry plaster that has been moistened to simulate fresh plaster
    Christus triumphans
    Latin for triumphant Christ; a cross with a representation of a living Christ, eyes open and triumphant over death
    Christus patiens
    Latin phrase for suffering Christ. A cross with a representation of the dead Christ
    ingegno
    italian, “innate talent”
    one of several terms used in italian renaissance literature to praise the originality and talent of artists
    Hippolytus and Phaedra, Roman sarcophagus, marble, 2nd c. AD (Camposanto, Pisa), marble
    Hippolytus and Phaedra, Roman sarcophagus, marble, 2nd c. AD (Camposanto, Pisa), marble
    Annunciation, The Nativity, and the Annunciation to the Shepherds, Nicola Pisano, 1260, panel from pulpit in Pisa Baptistry, marble
    Annunciation, The Nativity, and the Annunciation to the Shepherds, Nicola Pisano, 1260, panel from pulpit in Pisa Baptistry, marble
    Daniel/Fortitude, Nicola Pisano, 1260, capital of pulpit in Pisa Cathedral Baptistry
    Daniel/Fortitude, Nicola Pisano, 1260, capital of pulpit in Pisa Cathedral Baptistry
    Annunciation and The Nativity, Giovanni Pisano, 1297-1301, panel from from pulpit of Sant'Andrea, Pistoia, marble
    Annunciation and The Nativity, Giovanni Pisano, 1297-1301, panel from from pulpit of Sant’Andrea, Pistoia, marble
    Massacre of the Innocents, Giovanni Pisano, 1297-1301, panel from the pulpit of Sant'Andrea, Pistoaia, marble
    Massacre of the Innocents, Giovanni Pisano, 1297-1301, panel from the pulpit of Sant’Andrea, Pistoaia, marble
    Cruxifixion, Giovanni Pisano, 1297-1301, panel from pulpit of Sant'Andrea, Pistoia, marble
    Cruxifixion, Giovanni Pisano, 1297-1301, panel from pulpit of Sant’Andrea, Pistoia, marble
    Sibyl, Giovanni Pisano, 1297-1301, attached to column from pulpit of Sant'Andrea, Pistoia, marble
    Sibyl, Giovanni Pisano, 1297-1301, attached to column from pulpit of Sant’Andrea, Pistoia, marble
    Lamentation, Byzantine Master, 1164, fresco, St. Pantaleimon, Macedonia
    Lamentation, Byzantine Master, 1164, fresco, St. Pantaleimon, Macedonia
    Christ on the Cross, Pisan/Florentine School, late 12th-early 13th c., tempera on panel
    Christ on the Cross, Pisan/Florentine School, late 12th-early 13th c., tempera on panel
    Altarpiece of St. Francis, Bonaventura Berlinghieri, 1235, S. Francesco, Pescia, tempera on panel
    Altarpiece of St. Francis, Bonaventura Berlinghieri, 1235, S. Francesco, Pescia, tempera on panel
    Coronation of the Virgin, Jacopo Torriti, 1295, apse of S.M. Maggiore, Rome, mosaic
    Coronation of the Virgin, Jacopo Torriti, 1295, apse of S.M. Maggiore, Rome, mosaic
    Section of Last Judgement, Pietro Cavallini, 1293, Santa Cecilia in Trastevere, Rome, fresco
    Section of Last Judgement, Pietro Cavallini, 1293, Santa Cecilia in Trastevere, Rome, fresco
    Birth of the Virgin, Pietro Cavallini, late 1290s, Transept wall of S.M. Maggiore in Trastevere, Rome, mosaic
    Birth of the Virgin, Pietro Cavallini, late 1290s, Transept wall of S.M. Maggiore in Trastevere, Rome, mosaic
    Madonna and Child, Coppo di Marcovaldo, 1265, S. Martino dei Servi, Orvieto, tempera on panel
    Madonna and Child, Coppo di Marcovaldo, 1265, S. Martino dei Servi, Orvieto, tempera on panel
    Crucifix, Coppo di Marcovaldo, second half of 13th c., Pinacoteca, S. Gimignano, tempera on panel
    Crucifix, Coppo di Marcovaldo, second half of 13th c., Pinacoteca, S. Gimignano, tempera on panel
    S. Trinita Altarpiece (Madonna and Child with Angels and Prophets), 1280, tempera on panel
    S. Trinita Altarpiece (Madonna and Child with Angels and Prophets), 1280, tempera on panel
    Crucifix, Cimabue, 1280s, S. Croce, Florence, tempera on panel (before damage)
    Crucifix, Cimabue, 1280s, S. Croce, Florence, tempera on panel (before damage)
    Cruxix, Cimabue, 1280s, S. Croce (after damage)
    Cruxix, Cimabue, 1280s, S. Croce (after damage)
    Madonna and Child (
    Madonna and Child (“Stroganoff Madonna”), Duccio di Buoninsegna, 1295-1300, tempera on panel
    Ognissanti Altarpiece, Giotto, 1305-10, tempera on panel
    Ognissanti Altarpiece, Giotto, 1305-10, tempera on panel
    Crucifix, Giotto, 1295-1300, S. Maria Novella, Florence, tempera on panel
    Crucifix, Giotto, 1295-1300, S. Maria Novella, Florence, tempera on panel
    Fresco Cycle in Arena Chapel (Capella Scrovegni), Giotto Padua, 1303-4
    Fresco Cycle in Arena Chapel (Capella Scrovegni), Giotto Padua, 1303-4
    St. Francis Receiving the Stigmata, Giotto, 1320s, Bardi Chapel, S. Croce, Florence, fresco
    St. Francis Receiving the Stigmata, Giotto, 1320s, Bardi Chapel, S. Croce, Florence, fresco
    Triumph of David, Andrea del Castagno, 1450, shield, leather on wood
    Triumph of David, Andrea del Castagno, 1450, shield, leather on wood
    St. Francis in the Desert, Bellini, 1480, oil and tempera on canvas
    St. Francis in the Desert, Bellini, 1480, oil and tempera on canvas
    Madonna dei Frari, Bellini, 1488, S. Maria dei Frari, Venice, oil on panel
    Madonna dei Frari, Bellini, 1488, S. Maria dei Frari, Venice, oil on panel
    Portrait of a Man Holding a Medallion with Cosimo il Vecchio de'Medici, Botticelli, 1475, tempera and oil on panel
    Portrait of a Man Holding a Medallion with Cosimo il Vecchio de’Medici, Botticelli, 1475, tempera and oil on panel
    Venus of Urbino, Titian, 1538, oil on canvas
    Venus of Urbino, Titian, 1538, oil on canvas
    Portrait of Jacopo Strada, Titian, 1567-8, oil on canvas
    Portrait of Jacopo Strada, Titian, 1567-8, oil on canvas
    Triumph of Fame, Lo Scheggia, 1449, desco da parto celebrating the birth of Lorenzo de'Medici, tempera on panel
    Triumph of Fame, Lo Scheggia, 1449, desco da parto celebrating the birth of Lorenzo de’Medici, tempera on panel
    Cassone made for Morelli-Nerli wedding in 1472, Jacopo del Sallaio and Biagio d'Antonio, tempera on wood with gold leaf
    Cassone made for Morelli-Nerli wedding in 1472, Jacopo del Sallaio and Biagio d’Antonio, tempera on wood with gold leaf
    The Planet Mercury and the Professions Practiced under His Sign, Baccio Baldini, 1464-65,
    The Planet Mercury and the Professions Practiced under His Sign, Baccio Baldini, 1464-65,
    Woodcut illustration from Predica dell'arte del bene morire (Sermon on the art of dying well), by Girolamo Savonarola, 1495
    Woodcut illustration from Predica dell’arte del bene morire (Sermon on the art of dying well), by Girolamo Savonarola, 1495

    This essay was written by a fellow student. You may use it as a guide or sample for writing your own paper, but remember to cite it correctly. Don’t submit it as your own as it will be considered plagiarism.

    Need custom essay sample written special for your assignment?

    Choose skilled expert on your subject and get original paper with free plagiarism report

    Order custom paper Without paying upfront

    Early Renaissance Masters Midterm. (2017, Aug 28). Retrieved from https://artscolumbia.org/early-renaissance-masters-midterm-15946/

    We use cookies to give you the best experience possible. By continuing we’ll assume you’re on board with our cookie policy

    Hi, my name is Amy 👋

    In case you can't find a relevant example, our professional writers are ready to help you write a unique paper. Just talk to our smart assistant Amy and she'll connect you with the best match.

    Get help with your paper