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humanities final

humanities final
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  1. Muhammad Placing the Black Stone on his Cloak, illuminated manuscript, 1315
  2. mosque lamp, glass, Egypt c. 1329-1335
  3. Taj-Mahal, India, 1632-1647
  4. The Last Judgment, tympanum-west portal, Sainte-Foy, France, c. 1065
  5. Effigy tomb of Eleanor of Aquitaine, Fontevrault Abbey, France, c. 1202
  6. palace chapel at Aachen, Odo of Metz, c. 792-805
  7. Exterior-Chartres Cathedral, France, c. 1134-1513
  8. Flying buttresses, Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Paris, c. 1211-1290
  9. The Tree of Jesse window, Chatres Cathedral, France, c. 1150-1170
  10. Jamb statues, west portal, Chatress Cathedral, France, c. 1145-1170
  11. Knight and a Lady playing chess, ivory mirror case, France, c.1300-1325
  12. Prudence, marble sculpture, pulpit of Pisa Cathedral, Giovanni Pisano, Italy, 1302-1310
  13. Allegory of Good Government, fresco in the Palazzo Pubblico, Ambrogio Lorenzetti, Siena, 1338-1339
  14. Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry (The Very Rich Hours of the Duke of Berry), illuminated manuscript by the Limbourg brothers, made in France by Dutch artists, c. 1410
  15. Vitruvian Man, pen and ink, Da Vinci, 1487
  16. Sacrifice of Isaac, gilt bronze relief for the doors of the Babtistery of Florence, Ghiberti, 1401-1402
  17. dome of Florence Cathedral, Brunelleschi, dome 1420-1436, lantern c.1446
  18. Birth of Venus, tempera on canvas, Boticelli, c. 1486, Florence
  19. Merode Altarpiece, oil on panel, Robert Campin, Flemish, c. 1426
  20. Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife Giovanna Cenami, oil on panel, Jan van Eyck, Flemish, c.1434
  21. The Large Turf, watercolor, Albrecht Dürer, German, c. 1503
  22. Characteristics of Islam
    • Concentration on the written word. Calligraphy.
    • Aniconic
    • Koran text is written everywhere. Shows that Allah is everywhere.
    • Repeating complex pattern. submission to rituals, used as meditation.
  23. Characteristics of Early Medieval
    • borrowing from the Romans.
    • everything was used for teaching
    • church dominates
    • god over individual
  24. Characteristics of Late Gothic
    • Christian theme
    • verticallity (god)
    • pilgrimage
    • courtly love
  25. Characteristics of Proto Renaissance
    • rationality
    • humanism
    • complexity
    • fascination with the classical world
    • expanded roles of women
    • Individualism
  26. Characteristics of Florentine Renaissance
    • Rationality
    • humanism
    • complexity
    • fascination with the classical world
    • expanded roles of women
    • individualism
  27. Characteristics of Northern Renaissance
    • Humanism
    • complexity
    • rationality
    • materialism
    • fascination with classical world
    • expanded roles for women
    • individualism
  28. Venetian and Roman/ Vatican Renaissance
    • Rationality
    • humanism
    • complexity
    • fascination with thte classical world
    • indiviualism
    • expanded roles of women