Exam #3 - Lecture Questions

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Exam #3 - Lecture Questions
2012-04-20 16:07:41
art history

Italian Renaissance
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  1. Madonna of the Stairs is this artist's earliest known work.
  2. In this sculpture it is the first and only time we question Michelangelos understanding of the figure under drapery.
    Madonna of the Stairs
  3. Unlike Donatello , this artist wanted more unification of sculpture and archiecture.
  4. Da Vinci inspired this artist to use red chalk
  5. This artist began in 15th century, rose to the idealized High Renaissance but towards end he becomes baroque. A genius who trancesds the rules. He wrote rules
  6. He remains faithful to ideas of High Renissance long after it fininshes. His sense of color sets him apart. He is probably only Renaissance artist who transfers panel color to frescoes color – preserves richness of color
    Andrea del Sarto
  7. This artist was affected by roman renaissance. He was one of the most important painters in Northern Italy- reps a phase of north Italian High Renaissance Art.
    Antonio Allegri da Correggio
  8. This frescoe and painted domes are direct origin of illusionistic baroque
    Assumption of the Virgin by Antonion da Corregio
  9. His most enduring contribution was development if illusionistic ceiling painting. Surpasses any baroque artist. Master of this illusionistic technique
  10. The smokiness in this painting by Antonio da Correggio can be compared to da Vinci's sfumato
    Jupiter and Io
  11. These are High Renaissance characteristics
    Harmony , Balance. Idealism
  12. The High Renaissance is dont with this artist's death
  13. This artist was influenced by Michelangelo and Da Vinci's apprentice
    Jacopo da Pontormo
  14. Who was Fathe rof the Northern Renaiisance
    Albrech Durer
  15. Mannerism lasts from
    1520 - 1600
  16. A. Mannerism was stylized by one stylistic trickery. What is that trickery ?
    B. They turned from their models and were influenced by what and who?
    A. Elongation of the figures

    B. Roman Sculture and Michelangelo
  17. He was the leading artist in Mid-16th century Florence
    Jacopo da Pontormo
  18. This artist went to the Florentine school of painting
    Rosso Fiorentino
  19. This Bellini was the best known of the Bellini of the Bellini Family
  20. He was the towering master of venetian painting in the Last 40 years of the 15th century
    Giovanni Bellini
  21. This nig had no competition until Giorgioni showed up!
    Giovanni Bellini
  22. This cat's influence is Mantegna. However! this changes with the arrival of oil in Venice in 1475. He drops austere style like a hot potato for the opposite.
    Giovanni Bellini
  23. Bellini - not Mantegna - revolutionizes Venetian painting that he learns from who?
  24. This sucka created the venetian style
    Giovanni Bellini
  25. With this sucka Venetian art becomes the great
    compliment of Florence and Rome
    Gio Bellini
  26. This is characteritic is the cheif instrument of expressionin Venice
    Glowing color
  27. Just like Raphael , this nig nig is known for his Madonna's
    Gio Bellini
  28. After 1500 , this cat's landscape backgrounds seemed much more important. Simple rustic landscpaes and people in it are too.
    Gio Bellini
  29. This nig-nig brings northern elements to Italy, contributes to aesthetic development in Italy.
    Gio Bellini
  30. Mantegna influenced this cat
    Gio Bellini
  31. This guys invents a "new kind of mythology." This is seen in his painting , The Feast of the Gods ,the Olympian gods are enjoying human life.
    Gio Bellini
  32. In his work there is a new joy in nature and reverence. This is seen in his approach to landscape.
    Giob Bellini
  33. This painting by Bellini is notable for being a first frontal portrait in Venice. Most men were in profile. This was evidence Venice was stepping in a new direction .
    Portrait of Leonardo Loreden 1501
  34. This dude changed the entire course of 16th century venetian painting.
  35. Founder of pastoral (landscape) approach
  36. These are characteristics of Giorione's voyk :
    • Light is warm
    • soft
    • mysterious
  37. In this painting by Giorgione (and/or Titian) , the nymphs become the standardized Venus types.
    Pastoral Symphony - 1508-10
  38. This rendering of Venus , in Sleeping Venus by Giorgione, is going to be something characteristic of this city.
  39. This Venetian painter is a master of light and color
  40. In a painting by him its all about color- for him the mode of expression was the importance of color
  41. He breaks with the triangular principle he favored , parametal approach. Angled composition. It is seen in this painting.
    • Titian / Madonna of the House of Pesaro
  42. What is not characteristic of the high renaissance?
    Asymmetry not characteristic of High Renaissance too With this we are on the verge of baroqiue
    Diagonal Lines ; Asymetry
  43. These two artists recreated "Venus" for the High Renaissance.
    Giorgione and Titian
  44. This painting by Titian seems far from finished compared to his earlier work
    • Portrait of Pope Paul III and His Grandson by Titian
  45. Charateristic of Titians work
    substance becomes dissolved in movement of color
  46. The last reilgous works of his reach an expressive point to which few artist could go.
  47. This painter is the most dramatic painter of the 16th century
  48. Opposite of titians methodology this artist starts by covering as much of the canvas as possible
  49. Tintoretto wanted to combine the _____ of Titian and the _____ of Michelangelo.
    color ; drawing
  50. This artist was the forerunner of the Baraoque style.
  51. All substaniality of renissaince is renounced; now in favor of the inner experience – emotion of the moment . This beings us to a new period of
  52. This artist was Tintoretto's greatest competitor
    Paolo Veronese
  53. Last of the great venetians masters until the 18th century
    Paolo Veronese
  54. This artist's works are not very religous in subject matter , he sonsidere the richness on this world.
    Paolo Varnose
  55. Venetian architecture is the setting for his pantings
    Paolo Veronese
  56. This artist is considered the SUPREME colorist
  57. While tintoretto brought us into a certain emotionalism this guys leads us into Baroque