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Arts of the Renaissance and Baroque Periods

14th, 15th, 16th centuries in Europe
When and where did the Renaissance Period cover artworks?
“renaitre” (which means rebirth)
What word did renaissance come from?
“renaitre”
This word which means rebirth, pertains to arts, particularly in Italy, such as sculptures, paintings, music, architecture, and literature.
human philosophy
The mose common subject of the Renaissance period.
Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Donatello
Famous artists of the Renaissance Period.
Baroque Period
The arts of this period were more elaborate and full of emotion.
(around the) 1600’s, Europe
When and where did art develop in the Baroque Period?
Baroque
This type of art form was highly encouraged by the Catholic Church to propagate its dogma.
Caravaggio, Rubens, Velasquez, Rembrandt, and Bernini.
Popular artists during the Baroque Period.
Renaissance Period
the period of economic progress
Renaissance Period
this period stirred enthusiasm for the study of ancient philosophy and artistic values
Italian Renaissance (late 14th century,)
an era of great artistic and intellectual achievement with the birth of secular art
realistic and humanistic art
the focus during the Italian Renaissance
renaissance art
this was characterized by accurate anatomy, scientific perspective, and deeper landscape
renaissance painters
these people depicted real-life figures
sculptures
naturalistic portraits of human beings
architecture
during the renaissance, what was characterized by its symmetry and balance?
well-rounded man (knowledgable in a number of fields such as philosophy, science, arts, including painting and music – and who applies his knowledge to productive and creative activity)
what was the ideal of the renaissance?
renaissance
a period of artistic experimentation
Renaissance art
marks the transition of Europe from the medieval to the early modern age
(rebuilding of) St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome
what was the greatest cathedral building of the renaissance?
Michelangelo
an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, and poet
Michelangelo
considered the greatest living artist in his lifetime, and ever since then he was considered as one of the greatest artists of all time
*Pieta* and *David*
Two of Michelangelo’s best known works
Michelangelo
he worked on the Last Judgement on the altar wall of the Sistine Chapel in Rome
Leonardo Da Vinci
Leonardo Da Vinci
known as the ultimate “Renaissance man” because of his intellect, interest, talent and his expression of humanist and classical values
Leonardo Da Vinci
he is widely considered to be one of the greatest painters of all time and perhaps the most diversely talented person to have ever lived
the Last Supper
the most reproduced religious painting of all time
Mona Lisa
the most famous and most parodied portrait
Virgin of the Rocks, Leonardo Da Vinci
The Last Judgement, Michelangelo
Raphael
an Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance period
Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Raphael
the traditional trinity of great masters of that period
The Sistine Madonna, Raphael
Donatello
one of the Italian great artists of the period, an early Renaissance Italian sculptor from Florence
Donatello
known for bas-relief
bas-relief
a form of shallow relief sculpture
Equestrian Monument of Gattamelata, Donatello
Baroque
this term derived from the Portuguese word “barocco” which means “irregularly shaped pearl or stone.”
Carvaggio
an Italian artist who wanted to deviate from the classical masters of the Renaissance and outcast in his society, because of his own actions and the lack of modesty and reverence for religious subjects in his own paintings
Conversion of St. Paul, Carvaggio
Bernini
an Italian artist and the first Baroque artist; practiced architecture, and sculpture, painting, stage design, and was also a playwright
Bernini
one of the dazzling universal geniuses
Bernini
a prodigy, first artwork was at 8 years old
Ecstasy of St. Teresa, Bernini
Colonnade of the Piazza of St. Peter’s in Rome, Bernini
Rubens
a Flemish Baroque painter; well known for his paintings of mythical and figurative subjects, landscapes, portraits, and Counter- Reformation altarpieces

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14th, 15th, 16th centuries in Europe
When and where did the Renaissance Period cover artworks?
"renaitre" (which means rebirth)
What word did renaissance come from?
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