art history 2(test 2) part one

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  1. title
    artist
    date
    location
    style
    define horiztional strip at bottom
    • the adoration of the magi
    • da fabriano
    • quattrocento period 1400-1500
    • uffizi museum Florence italy
    • international
    • perdella
  2. on the previous slide the adoration of the magi what are the scenes taking place in the perdella
    • 1. nativity
    • 2. flight into Egypt
    • 3. presentation in the temple
  3. what is the adoration of the magi sometimes called hint- patrons name
    strozzi alterpeice
  4. define chiaroscuro
    light and shadow
  5. define atmospheric perspective and who inventied it and how dose it work
    it is when the background looks all fuzzy like there is atmosphere between foreground and background. images in the front are crisp and in the background is fuzzy. masaccio invented it. warm colors jump out at you and cool colors will fade into the background.

  6. title 
    artist 
    date
    location
    medium
    • the tribute money
    • masaccio
    • quattercento period 1400-1500
    • Florence, italy
    • fresco in a fresco cycle that deals with st. peter

  7. what were the two problems they had in this story and what did Jesus say about how to fix both problems
    • 1. should they pay money to a pagan king
    • 2. they don't have any money
    • 1. Jesus said render the things that belong to Cesar that are his and render the things that belong to God to him .
    • 2. go to that stream over there and you will find a fish with a gold coin in his mouth.

  8. what type of story is this
    features of the painting
    • 1. images overlap
    • 2. naturalistic scale
    • 3.background convincing
    • 4. no flat background
    • 5.1st time done places his figures in an open spacious landscape
    • 6. 1 point linear perspective
    • 7. 1st time done single identifiable light source
    • 8.good shadowing his images look 3d
    • 9. 1st time done atmospheric prespective

  9. title
    artist
    location
    period
    • the holy trinity
    • masaccio
    • florence italy
    • quattrocento period 1400-1500

  10. what dose masaccio do for the the first time here with his figures
    he places them in a triangular shape

  11. what is the patrons name. how dose this save them money. what was it used for. and what dose the incrsibtion say and where is it.
    • Lenzi family
    • this supposed to be their chapel but its painted on 
    • a burial maker
    • i was once that which you are and what i am you will also be. above skeleton on bottom half

  12. title
    artist
    location
    period
    what 2 styles did he try to merge
    medium
    • the battle of san romano
    • uccello
    • florence italy
    • quattercento period 1400-1500
    • international and reniassance
    • egg tempera on a wooden panal

  13. title
    artist
    location
    period
    • the battle of san romano
    • uccello
    • florence italy
    • quattercento period 1400-1500

  14. title
    artist
    location
    time
    where was this and what was it called
    • the last supper
    • castagno
    • florence italy
    • quattercento period 1400-1500
    • a refectory(a dinning hall)

  15. what are the two things Jesus is always doing in the last supper.
    • 1. he starts the sacrament of the mass
    • 2. he announces one will betray me it is Judas which is why he is sitting on the opposite side of the table.
  16. define loggia
    a covered porch

  17. title
    artist 
    location
    period
    • the st. Lucy altarpiece
    • veneziano
    • uffizi museum Florence italy
    • quattrocento period 1400-1500

  18. what two new devices dose veneziano introduce with this painting
    • 1. bright,light,pastels
    • 2. sacred conversation is where the figures seem to be talking about something secert

  19. title
    location
    artist
    period
    subject
    what happens when she gets there
    • the vision of empress Helen
    • arezzo, Italy
    • dell francesca
    • quattercento period 1400-1500

    Helen has a vision a angel visits and tells her to go find the true cross( the cross Jesus was crucified on) she find three crosses she figures out which one is the right on by laying a sick man on them until he is heeled.

  20. title
    artist
    location
    period
    what 2 features are used
    • the resurrection
    • della Francesca
    • San sepolcro, Italy
    • quattercento period 1400-1500
    • atmospheric perspective
    • figures are in a triangular shape

  21. title
    location
    artist
    medium
    period
    what dose this painting symbolize
    what two things did people not like about this  painting
    why could botticelli get away with it
    • the birth of Venus
    • uffizi museum Florence Italy
    • Botticelli
    • egg tempera on canvas
    • quattrocento period 1400-1500
    • the rebirth of beauty in art in Florence in the 15th century
    • a female nude
    • and not a christian subject in pagan
    • because the Medici family had him do it

  22. these are from the birth of Venus define what they are.
    • called Zephyrus
    • they are the personification of natural elements in human form these particular ones are the wind.

  23. title
    location
    artist
    period
    • the ceiling of the room of the newlyweds
    • mantua, italy
    • martegna
    • quattercento period 1400-1500

  24. what device was used here
    what are the little naked people called plural version and single one be called
    what is the family name of the patrons
    • foreshortening- images is set at an angel and seems to be receding back into space
    • plural-putti
    • singular-putto
    • Gonzaga very rich, very powerful
  25. is mantua a city or a district
    a district

  26. title
    artist
    location
    period
    subject
    what device was used and how did he do it differntly
    • the dead christ
    • martegna
    • milan, italy
    • quattrocento period 1400-1500
    • christ was taken down of the cross before his burial the Madonna, Mary Madeline are there to.
    • foreshortening and he did it backwards small feet large head.
    • and usually in foreshortening you would have large feet and a small head but this way works

  27. title
    location
    period
    medium
    how are figures arranged
    • the virgin of the rocks
    • louvre museum in paris france
    • high reniassance period 1485-1520
    • oil on a wooden panel
    • in a triangular shape

  28. what 3 devices are used
    what device dose he invint
    • sacred conversion
    • atmospheric prespective
    • chiaroscuro
    • sfumato-when modeling the skin of his characters he uses shuttle graduation of light and dark

  29. title
    artist
    location 
    period
    medium and what room is it in
    • the last supper
    • da vinci
    • Milan, Italy
    • high renaissance period 1485-1520
    • a fresco on a wall in a  refractory in a church

  30. what dose da vinci do in this painting that is different from other last suppers and what devices are used
    jadas is not by himself, but he is not part of the conversation going on and he is hold a bag of money da vinci dose this to keep the piece balanced. its the moment Christ tells them one will betray me.no halos.the three windows show the holy trinity and highlights Jesus head. atmospheric perspective.1 point linear.

  31. title
    period
    artist
    location
    subject
    what dose the artist like to do with his figures faces in his paintings
    medium
    who was this piece made for
    • the school of Athens
    • high renaissance period 1485-1520
    • Raphael
    • Rome
    • leading thinkers and sciencetist of the world
    • paint modern day faces on them people he admires
    • fresco
    • pope Julius the 2nd

  32. who are the people in the middle who do the look like and who is the grumpy looking man on the bottom ledge
    • to the left is Plato he points up and his followers
    • Aristotle to the right he points down and his followers
    • Plato looks like da vinci
    • and its Michelangelo

  33. title
    period
    artist
    location
    medium
    subject
  34. pieta
    • high renaissance period 1485-1520
    • Rome
    • white marble artists favorite medium
    • Mary cry/pitting her sons death(Jesus)

  35. title
    location
    artist
    period
    subject
    fetures
    • the David
    • Florence Italy
    • Michelangelo
    • high renaissance period 1485-1520
    • the moment before the fight with Goliath hes staring off into space looking at Goliath.
    • contoposto stands,hes tense, huge piece about 18 ft tall made to go on top of a building wall

  36. title
    artist
    period
    location
    subject
    features
    • Moses
    • Michelangelo
    • high renaissance 1485-1520
    • Rome
    • Moses has just gotten the 10 commandments from God and comes back down to see his people reverting to paganism. angry look on his face is a broke feature
    • staring off into space
    • muscles tense-idealized
    • he has horn because of a mistranslated in the bible instead of shining head of Moses
    • he thought it said horned head of Moses

  37. title
    location
    artist
    medium
    period
    subject
    why was it hard to paint
    • Sistine chapel celing
    • Rome
    • michelangelo
    • fresco
    • high renaissance 1485-1520
    • biblical history of the world before Moses
    • because it is a round ceiling about 70 feet from the ground
  38. in reference to the Sistine chapel ceiling what are sibyl and what do they do and where are they located.
    they are pagan fortune tellers that told of Christ the flank the 9 main panels. there was also old testament prophets as well that told of Christ.

  39. title
    location
    period
    artist
    features
    two theories about this piece
    • creation of Adam
    • Rome
    • high renaissance period 1485-1520
    • Michelangelo
    • curving s line that moves u through the painting it is a broke feature

    • God looks like Zeus and clothed
    • Adams muscles are idealized and naked
    • its the moment right before God touches Adams lifeless body and to bring it to life its like its about to happen

    • the women and child are said to be Mary and Christ or
    • the baby is just an angel and the women is eve

  40. title
    period
    artist
    nationality of artist
    medium
    • arnolfini wedding
    • northern renaissance period 1400-1600
    • Jan Van eyck
    • Flemish
    • oil on a wooden panal

  41. title
    period
    artist
    nationality of artist
    • the garden of earthly delights
    • northern renaissance period 1400-1600
    • dosch
    • flemish

  42. title
    period
    artist
    nationality of artist
    medium
    • the four horseman of the apocalypse
    • northern renaissance period 1400-1600
    • durer
    • German
    • woodcut print
  43. define burin
    its a carving tool used in printmaking
  44. what is durer know for
    as a graphic artist
  45. define graphic artist
    this is the area of art concerned with drawing and printing
  46. what two things dose durer do 1st
    • 1st artist to raise printmaking to fine art
    • 1st northern artist to travel to Italy to learn the Italian style
    • goal he wants to combine northern with Italian style
  47. define woodcut technique
    • flat block of wood
    • artist carves out image with his burin
    • cover with ink
    • put in a press with paper press down hard
    • in relief (raised area) is whats on the paper
    • called a relief print
  48. define cross hetching
    • parallel lines that make perpendicular lines across horiztional lines closer loks darker
    • further apart lighter
  49. define hetching
    a serious of parallel lines the closer they are the darker they are and further apart the lighter it looks

  50. what is this a symbol for
    durer the artist its how he signs his name
  51. define engraving technique
    • a flat piece of metal
    • carve out picture with burin
    • plate is covered with ink
    • puts plate in press with paper
    • wipes off the ink
    • press down on the paper
    • wherever the ink is (cutaway area) that makes the print
    • called intaglio print
    • last longer than wood
  52. define etching
    • flat metal sheet
    • cover with wax with your burin
    • carve in the wax down to the metal
    • with wax on put in acid 
    • acid eats away metal and makes your relief sculpture
    • remove wax
    • cover with ink
    • put in press with paper
    • press down 
    • ink only in the groves 
    • makes ans intaglio print

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