Art Exam 1

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  1. Renaissance
    • means Rebirth ( of classical study)
    • ideas of origin & where they came from
    • Artist: Giotto
    • Title: Madonna Enthroned
    • ProtoRenaissance
    • 1310
  2. Madonna Enthroned (4 details)
    • More 3D than Cimabue
    • introduces symbols: Lilies & Roses
    • Giotto was Cimabue's student
    • leans towards Gothic (arch)
    • Artist: Duccio
    • Title: Maesta
    • Period: ProtoRenaissance
    • Date: 1308-1311

    13 ft wide; life of Christ on back, free standing alter; comp generated to what it should look like (it was sold off in pieces)
    • Artist: Duccio
    • Title: Christ Entering Jerusalem
    • Period: ProtoRenaissance

    • on back of Maesta
    • Town is actually Duccio's town: Sienna
    • Zachius in Tree
    • Reversed perspective (bottom is smaller)

  3. and details
    • Artist: Lorenzetti
    • Title: The Birth of the Virgin
    • Period: ProtoRenaissance
    • Date: 1342

    • (in Sienna) a Triptych
    • St Anne gave birth to Virgin Mary
    • St Joachim (father) outside
    • great use of perspective
  4. triptych
    3 scened panel painting on alter piece made of wood & henged
    • Artist: Traini
    • Title: Triumph of Death
    • Period: Proto Renaissance
    • Date: 1330's (disputed b/c of black plague)
  5. Details of "Triumph of Death" by Traini
    Left Side
    • Lower: 3 open coffins
    • rich hunters come upon them
    • now exposed to something they said they couldn't get

    • Upper: Monks in front of Chapel
    • Man milking deer; go back to nature and church to avoid death
  6. Details of "Triumph of Death" by Traini
    Right side
    Lower: picnic under an orange tree; think they can't be touched; Death right next to them

    Upper: Angels and Demons fight for souls
    • A. Clerestory
    • B. Aisles
    • C. Nave
  7. Doric Column
  8. Ionic Column
  9. Corinthian Column
  10. Title: Santa Maria del Fiore

    Original Church was made during Gothic Period, Dome and Bell Tower added in ProtoRenaissance and made Gothic also

    Means St Mary of the Flowers
    • Artist: Giotto
    • Title: Campanile of Santa Maria Del Fiore
    • Period: ProtoRenaissance
    • Date: 1334

    Giotto died during project; made Gothic to match
    • Artist: Brunelleschi
    • Title: Dome of Santa Maria del Fiore
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1420-1436

    Brunelleschi studied roman archect for measurement; most thought he'd copy Pantheon
  11. 3 Elements of the Dome of Santa Maria del Fiore by Brunelleschi
    1. Tribunes (buttresses) on side of dome; semi circular buildings at bottome

    2. Ribs- white on top, also like beehive inside (unseen)

    3. Lantern - building on top of dome, pushes down on ribs; allows light in

    Leonardo DaVinci helped install copper sphere on top; Vasiri painted Fresco on inside of Last Judgement
    • Artist: Brunelleschi
    • Title: San Lorenzo
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1421-1469

    one point perspective perfected
    • Artist: Brunelleschi
    • Title: Pazzi Chapel
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1440-1461

    pendentives, Barrel Vaults, Pilasters
  12. pendentive
    the triangle between barrel vaults

    ie on the Pazzi Chapel
    • Artist: Alberti
    • Title: Palazzo Rucellai
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1452-1470

    compares to "Colosseum" w/ columns (Doric; Ionic; Corinthian)
    • Artist: Alberti
    • Title: Malatesta Temple
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1450

    • supposed to be tomb for Malatesta @ second wife
    • mirrors "Arch of Constantine" next to Colosseum
    • Artist: Alberti
    • Title: Sant' Andrea
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1470

    • no aisles
    • influenced by Basilica of Constantine (3 arches & coffers)
    • Artist: Donatello
    • Title: St. Mark
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1411-1413

    On "Or San Michele"
  13. Giorgio Vasari
    artist who interviewed other artists of the Early Renaissance and published a book about them

    how we know about Donatello's St. Mark
    • Artist: Donatello
    • Title: David
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1420s - 1450s
  14. Details of Donatello's "David"
    • Bronze, first nude since Romans
    • made okay b/c it's spiritual
    • Laurel garland = victory on hat/standing on
    • inspired by "Antinous" statue by Romans
    • Contrapposto
    • made to go in courtyard of Palazzo Medici-Riccardi
    • Artist: Donatello
    • Title: Feast of Herod
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1425

    • made for Baptistry in Sienna
    • Head of John the Baptist on platter
    • Salome in front requested it
    • one point perspective
    • Artist: della Robbia
    • Title: Madonna and Child
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1455-1460
    • Artist: della Quercia
    • Title: Creation of Adam
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1425-1438

    on San Petronia
    • Artist: della Quercia
    • Title: Expulsion from Eden
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1425-1438

    Eve inspired by "Venus"
    • Artist: Masaccio
    • Title: Tribute Money
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1427

    • One point and Aerial perspective
    • shadows in one direction
    • Artist: Masaccio
    • Title: Expulsion of Adam & Eve from Eden Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1425

    • Fresco influ by Della Quercia
    • not as violent
    • Artist: Lippi
    • Title: Madonna & Child with Angels
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1455

    • Tempera
    • Star of the Sea
    • Port of our Salvation
    • portrait of Lucretia his wife
    • Artist: Castagno
    • Title: Last Supper
    • Period: Early Renaissance
    • Date: 1447

    • Harpies on each side
    • 33(1/2) links = Jesus age at death
    • not full one point perspective
  15. Harpies
    • pagan escorts of souls to hell
    • used in "last supper" by Castagno
    • looking directly at Judas
    • Artist: della Francesca
    • Title: Resurrection
    • Early Renaissance
    • late 1450's
    • della Francesca
    • Federigo and Battista
    • Early Ren
    • 1474

    • diptych; tempera w/ oil glaze
    • aerial perspective
    • Pollaiuolo
    • Battle of the 10 Nudes
    • Early Ren
    • 1465

    a print; notion of motion (mirror images)
    • Pollaiuolo
    • Martyrdom of St. Sebastian
    • Early Ren
    • 1475

    • pyramid; mirror images
    • St. Sebastian known for healing
    • Verrocchio
    • David
    • Early Ren
    • 1465-1470

    • cire perdue contrapposto
    • probably statue of da Vinci
    • Verrocchio
    • Doubting of Thomas
    • Early Ren
    • 1465-1483

    cire perdue; on Or San Michele
    • Verrocchio
    • Bartolommeo Colleoni
    • Early Ren
    • 1483-1488
  16. Lorenzo de Medici
    "the Magnificent"

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