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Renaissance and Baroque Art

Filippo Brunelleschi
Sacrifice of Isaac
competition panel for east doors, baptistery of Florence Cathedral, Florence, Itay
Period: Renaissance
clear imagery-gothic framing
divided into horizontal and vertical axis
Filippo Brunelleschi
Sacrifice of Isaac
competition panel for east doors, baptistery of Florence Cathedral, Florence, Itay
Period: Renaissance
clear imagery-gothic framing
divided into horizontal and vertical axis
Chiaroscuro
The dramatic treatment of light and shade in a work of art, especially to give an illusion of depth.
Sfumato
Italian for “smoky”, technique used to blend details to look more realistic-Da Vinci used this effect often
Contrapposto
A style of Greek sculpture where people are depicted standing and leaning so that the person’s weight is being put on one side. People are depicted with their bodies curved like an “S”
Allegory
A story in which each aspect of the story has a symbolic meaning outside the tale itself.
Lorenzo Ghiberti 
Sacrifice of Isaac
competition panel for east doors, baptistery of Florence Cathedral, Florence, Italy,
Gilded bronze relief
Period: Renaissance
Graceful poses
classical influences-form of Isaac
use of landscape
S curve movement throughout piece
Lorenzo Ghiberti
Sacrifice of Isaac
competition panel for east doors, baptistery of Florence Cathedral, Florence, Italy,
Gilded bronze relief
Period: Renaissance
Graceful poses
classical influences-form of Isaac
use of landscape
S curve movement throughout piece
Filippo Brunelleschi
dome of Florence Cathedral
Florence, Italy
Period: Renaissance
elongates dome shape to pointed dome
has gothic architectural features
Filippo Brunelleschi
dome of Florence Cathedral
Florence, Italy
Period: Renaissance
elongates dome shape to pointed dome
has gothic architectural features
Leon Battista Alberti
west façade of Santa Maria Novella
Florence, Italy
Period: Renaissance
interested in idealized proportions
creating harmonizing proportions
bediment–>classical elements
Leon Battista Alberti
west façade of Sant' Andrea
Mantua, Italy
Period: Renaissance
Leon Battista Alberti
west façade of Sant’ Andrea
Mantua, Italy
Period: Renaissance
Donatello
David
Bronze
Period: Renaissance
David-symbol of independent florence
first free standing nude since antiquity
feminine and youthful pose
Donatello
David
Bronze
Period: Renaissance
David-symbol of independent florence
first free standing nude since antiquity
feminine and youthful pose
Sandro Botticelli
Birth of Venus
Tempera on Canvas
Period: Renaissance
Sandro Botticelli
Birth of Venus
Tempera on Canvas
Period: Renaissance
Andrea del Castagno
Last Supper
Refectory, monastery of Sant-Apollonia, Florence, Italy
like 1st style Roman Paintings
elaborate
architectural perspective-space
Andrea del Castagno
Last Supper
Refectory, monastery of Sant-Apollonia, Florence, Italy
like 1st style Roman Paintings
elaborate
architectural perspective-space
Perugino
Christ Delivering the Keys of the Kingdom to Saint peter
Sistine Chapel, Vatican, Rome, Italy
period: Renaissance
lines converge at the doorway of central building
deep architectural perspective
Perugino
Christ Delivering the Keys of the Kingdom to Saint peter
Sistine Chapel, Vatican, Rome, Italy
period: Renaissance
lines converge at the doorway of central building
deep architectural perspective
Andrea Mantegna
interior of the Camera degli Sposi
Palazzo Ducale, Mantua, Italy
Period: Renaissance
paint looks real
wanted to create a splendid palace
lavish and overt reference to the rule at Mantua itself
Andrea Mantegna
interior of the Camera degli Sposi
Palazzo Ducale, Mantua, Italy
Period: Renaissance
paint looks real
wanted to create a splendid palace
lavish and overt reference to the rule at Mantua itself
Leonardo da Vinci
Annunciation
Period: Renaissance
wonderful bizzare facial expression and hand gesture
Angel wing showed different depiction of colorful wings
Leonardo da Vinci
Annunciation
Period: Renaissance
wonderful bizzare facial expression and hand gesture
Angel wing showed different depiction of colorful wings
Leonardo da Vinci
Virgin of the Rocks
Period: Renaissance
Basic Pyramidal composition
demonstrates his interest in geology and botany
Leonardo da Vinci
Virgin of the Rocks
Period: Renaissance
Basic Pyramidal composition
demonstrates his interest in geology and botany
Leonardo da Vinci
Last Supper
Period: Renaissance
Not true fresco
table serves as a barrier
Painted in an area where people eat in a monastery to share this moment with christ
Leonardo da Vinci
Last Supper
Period: Renaissance
Not true fresco
table serves as a barrier
Painted in an area where people eat in a monastery to share this moment with christ
Raphael
Madonna in the Meadow
Period: Renaissance
soft modeling of figure
embodies harmony and grace of figures
vibrant colors
Raphael
Madonna in the Meadow
Period: Renaissance
soft modeling of figure
embodies harmony and grace of figures
vibrant colors
Raphael
Philosophy (School of Athens), Stanza della Segnatura, Vatican Palace, Rome Italy
Period: Renaissance
Humanism, Religion and Philosophy connected together
includes famous philosophers
Raphael
Philosophy (School of Athens), Stanza della Segnatura, Vatican Palace, Rome Italy
Period: Renaissance
Humanism, Religion and Philosophy connected together
includes famous philosophers
Michelangelo
Buonarroti, David
period: Renaissance
meant to be on top of the Duormo
represents the republic of florence
natural and relaxed referencing the statuary of Hercules
Michelangelo
Buonarroti, David
period: Renaissance
meant to be on top of the Duormo
represents the republic of florence
natural and relaxed referencing the statuary of Hercules
Michelangelo
ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
Vatican City, Rome, Italy
Period: Renaissance
view of human kind in reverse
Michelangelo
ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
Vatican City, Rome, Italy
Period: Renaissance
view of human kind in reverse
Michelangelo
Last Judgment
altar wall of the Sistine Chapel
Period: Renaissance
Darker subject and colors
Christ is judging souls
interest in muscular forms
interest of human experience and physical forms
Michelangelo
Last Judgment
altar wall of the Sistine Chapel
Period: Renaissance
Darker subject and colors
Christ is judging souls
interest in muscular forms
interest of human experience and physical forms
Parmigianino
Madonna of the Long Neck
Period: Mannerism
lack of rational perspective
compared to michelangelo's pieta
elongated forms and abstractions
Parmigianino
Madonna of the Long Neck
Period: Mannerism
lack of rational perspective
compared to michelangelo’s pieta
elongated forms and abstractions
Jacopo da Pontormo
Descent from the Cross
Period: Mannerism
playing with viewer expectations-no cross or tomb
central void where the cross should be
bizzare configuration of figures in composition
Jacopo da Pontormo
Descent from the Cross
Period: Mannerism
playing with viewer expectations-no cross or tomb
central void where the cross should be
bizzare configuration of figures in composition
Gianlorenzo Bernini
David
Galleria Borghese, Rome
Marble
Period: Baroque
moment in action
violent, pivotal moment caught in sculpture
necessary to walk around object
connection to roman disc thrower
Gianlorenzo Bernini
David
Galleria Borghese, Rome
Marble
Period: Baroque
moment in action
violent, pivotal moment caught in sculpture
necessary to walk around object
connection to roman disc thrower
Gianlorenzo Bernini
Ecstasy of Saint Teresa
Cornaro Chapel, Santa Maria della Vittoria
Rome, Itay
Period: Baroque
distinction in texture-skin, wings, fabric,clouds
chiaroscuro in sculpture
not suppose to walk around sculpture
Gianlorenzo Bernini
Ecstasy of Saint Teresa
Cornaro Chapel, Santa Maria della Vittoria
Rome, Itay
Period: Baroque
distinction in texture-skin, wings, fabric,clouds
chiaroscuro in sculpture
not suppose to walk around sculpture
Annibale Carracci
Loves of the Gods
ceiling frescoes in the gallery
Palazzo Farnese, Rome Italy
Period: Baroque
meant to be appropriate so that lay people can read it
creating naturalism close to Raphael ( ideal and perfect)
altar piece
Annibale Carracci
Loves of the Gods
ceiling frescoes in the gallery
Palazzo Farnese, Rome Italy
Period: Baroque
meant to be appropriate so that lay people can read it
creating naturalism close to Raphael ( ideal and perfect)
altar piece
Carvaggio
Conversion of Saint Paul
Cerasi Chapel, Santa Maria del Popolo
Rome, Italy
period: Baroque
different form of naturalism
dramatic use of chiarscuro
increased contrast between light and dark-tenebrism
Carvaggio
Conversion of Saint Paul
Cerasi Chapel, Santa Maria del Popolo
Rome, Italy
period: Baroque
different form of naturalism
dramatic use of chiarscuro
increased contrast between light and dark-tenebrism
Caravaggio
Judith slaying Holofernes
Period: Baroque
depiction of biblical slaying
story of female heroine
Caravaggio
Judith slaying Holofernes
Period: Baroque
depiction of biblical slaying
story of female heroine
Artemisia Gentileschi
Judith slaying Holofernes
Period: Baroque
same depiction of caravaggio's
more realistic and from the point of view of a woman
Artemisia Gentileschi
Judith slaying Holofernes
Period: Baroque
same depiction of caravaggio’s
more realistic and from the point of view of a woman
Fra Andrea Pozzo
Glorification of Saint Ignatius
ceiling fresco in the nave of Sant' Ignazio
Rome, Italy
Period: Baroque
created illusion of church going into the sky
Fra Andrea Pozzo
Glorification of Saint Ignatius
ceiling fresco in the nave of Sant’ Ignazio
Rome, Italy
Period: Baroque
created illusion of church going into the sky
Guido Reni
Aurora
period: Baroque
represents Aurora bringing on a new day
Guido Reni
Aurora
period: Baroque
represents Aurora bringing on a new day
Pietro da Cortona
Allegory of Divine Providence and Barberini Power,
Period: Baroque
Optical illusion of sky
Pietro da Cortona
Allegory of Divine Providence and Barberini Power,
Period: Baroque
Optical illusion of sky
Francesco Borromini
façade of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane
Rome, Italy
period: Baroque
Façade-distinctly baroque
created something not flat
Francesco Borromini
façade of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane
Rome, Italy
period: Baroque
Façade-distinctly baroque
created something not flat
Francesco
Borromini, Sant'lvo della Sapienza
period: Baroque
not static classical elements used in a different way
Francesco
Borromini, Sant’lvo della Sapienza
period: Baroque
not static classical elements used in a different way
Florence-republic which used the symbol of david to show their independence
Best known Italian Renaissance art patrons were the Medici family
Discuss the cultural climate of Florence during the 15th century. What
movements (artistic and intellectual) marked the early Southern Renaissance in
Florence? What artists were prominent at that time? How did the political
structure influence both patronage and the subject matter of Florentine art in
the 15th century?

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