Italian Ren Exam I part II

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Italian Ren Exam I part II
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    • Maesta 1308-1311
    • Duccio
    • Siena
    • originally a free standing altarpiece
    • predella: found at the bottom of the panel, additional scenes; visual buffer between altar and the main image
    • all of Siena's principal saints are represented
    • SIENA: all about visual oppulence
    • shows scenes from the passion of christ
    • Entry into Jerusalem
    • Maesta
    • 1308-1311
    • Duccio
    • Annunciation 1333
    • Simone Martini
    • made for the altar of St. Ansanus in Siena Cathedral
    • narrative scene
    • not in the original frame
    • very expensive, covered in gold leaf
    • has an inscription made from gesso and gold
    • very intricate halos
    • oppulence, rich materials rich colors
    • holding an olive branch
    • white lilies = virginal mary
    • uses a tool to create the indentions
    • saints are holding palm leaves: marks martyrdom
    • Effects of Good Government in the City and in the Country
    • Ambrogio Lorenzetti
    • 1338-1340
    • seperated into two images
    • teacher teaching a class
    • city activities: all allegorical
    • beautiful hills in the countryside
    • Reliquary Bust of San Gennaro
    • 1304
    • 3 French Goldsmiths
    • Naples Cathedral
    • houses the cranial relic of San Gennaro
    • patron saint of Naples
    • gold jewels, and enamel
    • Commissioned: Charles II of Anjou
    • Altarpiece of St.Louis of Toulouse
    • Simone Martini
    • 1319
    • Commissioned: King Robert of Anjou
    • shows the legitimacy of Robert's rule
    • wearing a robe of great finery but underneath is the Franciscan garb
    • places crown on Robert's head
    • predella: scenes from the life of Louis Toulouse
    • Santa Maria Donnaregina
    • Naples
    • 1307
    • founded by Queen Mary of Hungary(wife of Charles II Anjou)
    • became a Poor Clares Convent
    • pointed gothic arches
    • polyginal apse with french gothic windows
    • single nave no side aisles
    • there is a nuns choir
    • Queen Mary is buried here
    • Tomb of Mary of Hungary
    • Gagliardo Primario and Tino da Camaino
    • Santa Maria Donnaregina, Naples
    • 1325
    • marble
    • wall tombs are more prestigious
    • she is shown twice, in death and in kneeling
    • her seven sons are depicted
    • Louis Toulouse is in the middle
    • blue enamel tiles and gold tiles behind the boys
    • angels in the front
    • Pala d'Oro (Golden Altarpiece)
    • San Marco, Venice
    • 1345
    • restored and embellished by the Doge
    • Doge: Andrea Dandolo
    • gold and enamel
    • was intended to hang in front of altar
    • very very expensive
    • central image: christ enthroned
    • surrounded by the 4 evangelists
    • honors st. mark christ and the city of venice
    • Pala Feriale: daily altarpiece
    • Rediscovery of the Relic of St. Mark
    • Paolo Veneziano and Sons
    • 1345
    • San Marco, Venice
    • doge: wears a red hat
    • connects the saints story to the story of the church
    • Bapistery
    • 1342-1354
    • San Marco, Venice
    • Commissioned: Doge Andrea Dandolo
    • apostles are baptizing
    • scenes of the life of john the baptist
    • Andrea Dandolo is buried here
    • comparable to the tomb of Mary of hungary
    • Doge's Palace
    • 1340-1438
    • Venice
    • gothic and islamic influences
    • does not have a tower
    • very ornate and decorative
    • quatrefoils and brick work pretty crenelations
    • not concerned with being attacked
    • east to defend because of water location
    • venice is married to the sea
    • Triumph of Death
    • 1330's
    • Master of the Triumph of death
    • Camposanto, Pisa
    • Last Judgement
    • 1330's
    • Master of the Triumph of Death
    • Camposanto, Pisa
    • Nardo di Cione & AndreaOrcagna
    • Strozzi Chapel
    • c. 1355
    • Santa Maria Novella, Florence
    • Andrea Orcagna,
    • Strozzi Altarpiece,
    • 1354-57,
    • Strozzi Chapel
    • Andrea Bonaiuti,
    • Apotheosis of St. Thomas Aquinas (Allegory of Christian Learning)
    • c. 1365-67,
    • Guidalotti Chapel,
    • Santa Maria Novella, Florence

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