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

Renaissance Art Work

Masaccio
Holy Trinity with the Virgin
Masaccio
Holy Trinity with the Virgin
Features of Renaissance art: Perspective, Rome
Reflection of the Renaissance and humanism:
Appreciation of individual
Roman architecture and antiquity
Patrons putting themselves in their work
Donatello, David
Donatello, David
Features of Renaissance art: human anatomy, contrapposto
Reflection of the Renaissance and humanism:
-Beauty of the human form
-Exemplifies human strength
-Shows idealistic male body
-Ideal potential of man
Botticelli, Primavera
Botticelli, Primavera
Features of Renaissance Art: Use of light and shadow, contrapposto, red and blue
Reflection of the Renaissance and Humanism:
-Appreciation of the individual (patrons in art)
Botticelli, Birth of Venus
Botticelli, Birth of Venus
Features of Renaissance art: Red & Blue, Contrapposto, Human Anatomy
Reflection of the Renaissance and humanism:
-Use of paganism (mythology)
-Beauty of human form
-Beauty of being brought into the world
Da Vinci, The Last Supper
Da Vinci, The Last Supper
Features of Renaissance Art: Perspective, light & shadow, linear perspective, red & blue, triangular composition
Reflection of the Renaissance and humanism:
-Human emotion
Michelangelo, Pieta
Michelangelo, Pieta
Features of Renaissance art: Triangular composition, anatomy
Reflection of the Renaissance and humanism:
-Human emotion
-Beauty of human form
-Signature across chest showing power of artist {sense of arrogance}
Da Vinci, Mona Lisa
Da Vinci, Mona Lisa
Features of Renaissance Art: Perspective, Triangular Composition, and Chiaroscuro
Reflection of Renaissance and humanism:
-Shows women of time period
-Merchant wife has money
-Human emotion
-Individualist spirit
Michelangelo, David
Michelangelo, David
Features of Renaissance art: ‘Rithmetic, anatomy, contrapposto
Reflection of the Renaissance and humanism:
-Strength of human body
-Contemplation of man {virtue}
-Ideal human form
-Man became excellent b/c of intelligence
Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel
Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel
Features of Renaissance: Use of red and blue, human anatomy
Reflection of the Renaissance and Humanism:
-Sense of individualism
-Knowledge
-Fall of Adam and Eve)
Raphael, School of Athens
Raphael, School of Athens
Features of Renaissance art: perspective
Reflection of the Renaissance and humanism:
-Education
-Individual worth and potential
-Rome and Greek antiquities
-Michelangelo and Raphael in painting = they’re among other great minds
-Scientists over the power of God

Renaissance Art Work
Artscolumbia
Artscolumbia
Masaccio
Holy Trinity with the Virgin
Masaccio Holy Trinity with the Virgin
Features of Renaissance art: Perspective, Rome Reflection of the Renaissance and humanism: Appreciation of in
2017-09-06 05:34:48
Renaissance Art Work
$ 13.900 2018-12-31
artscolumbia.org
In stock
Rated 5/5 based on 1 customer reviews