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Humanities 100, Coastline, Borcoman

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  • 1. Aerial view Florence, Italy: Cathedral (Duomo), Giotto's bell tower (campanile), and the Baptistry, with the Palazzo Vecchio in the distance. [Fig. 7.1]
  • 2. Map: Major Italian City-States during the Renaissance. [Fig. Map 7.1]
  • 3. Filippo Brunelleschi. Sacrifice of Isaac, competition relief commissioned for the doors of the Baptistery. 1401-2. Parcel-gilt bronze. 21" x 17-1/2". Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence. [Fig. 7.2]
  • 4. Lorenzo Ghiberti. Sacrifice of Isaac, competition relief commissioned for the doors of the Baptistery. 1401-2. Parcel-gilt bronze. 21" x 17-1/2". Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence. [Fig. 7.3]
  • 5. Lorenzo Ghiberti. The Gates of Paradise, east doors of the Baptistery, Florence. ca. 1445-48. Gilt bronze. Height: 15'. [Fig. 7.4]
  • 6. Lorenzo Ghiberti. The Gates of Paradise, east doors of the Baptistery, Florence: Self-portrait. ca. 1445-48. Gilt bronze. [Fig. 7.5]
  • 7. Lorenzo Ghiberti. The Gates of Paradise, east doors of the Baptistery, Florence: The Story of Adam and Eve. ca. 1425-37. Gilt bronze. 31-1/4" x 31-1/4". [Fig. 7.6]
  • 8. Lorenzo Ghiberti. The Gates of Paradise, east doors of the Baptistery, Florence: Meeting of Solomon and Sheba. ca. 1425-37. Gilt bronze. 31-1/4" x 31-1/4". [Fig. 7.7]
  • 9. Filippo Brunelleschi. Brunelleschi's Dome: Structural ribs and horizontal bands inside the dome fabric (color drawing). [Fig. 7.8]
  • 10. Musical Notation: Cantus firmus melody from Dufay's Nuper rosarum flores. [Fig. 7-MN.1]
  • 11. Leon Battista Alberti. Alberti's perspective diagram (black and white drawing). [Fig. 7.9]
  • 12. Masaccio. The Tribute Money, Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence. 1420s. Fresco. 8' 1" x 19' 7. Studio Mario Quattrone. [Fig. 7.10]
  • 13. Donatello. David. 1440s. Bronze. Height: 62-1/4". Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence. [Fig. 7.11]
  • 14. Michelozzo di Bartolommeo. Palazzo Medici-Ricccardi, Florence. Begun 1444. [Fig. 7.12]
  • 15. Leon Battista Alberti. Palazzo Rucellai, Florence. 1446-51. [Fig. 7.13]
  • 16. Sandro Botticelli. Primavera. Early 1480s. Tempera on wood panel. 6' 8" x 10' 4". Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. [Fig. 7.14]
  • 17. Luca della Robbia. Cantoria (choir or organ loft) for Florence Cathedral: Detail, Drummers. 1433-40. Marble. 42-1/8" x 41". Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence. [Fig. 7.15]
  • 18. Musical Notation: Typical frottola rhythm. [Fig. 7-MN.2]
  • 19. Leonardo da Vinci. Embryo in the Womb. ca. 1510. Drawing, pen and brown ink. 11-3/4" x 8-1/2". The Royal Collection, Windsor Castle, Royal Library. HIP/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 7.16]
  • 20. Leonardo da Vinci. Last Supper, End wall of Refectory, Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan. ca. 1495-98. Fresco, oil and tempera on plaster. 15' 1-1/8" x 28' 10-1/2". [Fig. 7.17]
  • 21. Leonardo da Vinci. Mona Lisa. 1503-15. Oil on wood panel. 30-1/4" x 21". Musée du Louvre, Paris, France. [Fig. 7.18]
  • 22. Leonardo da Vinci. Vitruvian Man. ca. 1485-90. Drawing, pen and ink. 13-1/2" x 9-5/8". Galleria dell'Accademia, Venice. [Fig. 7.19]
  • 23. Donato Bramante. Tempietto, San Pietro in Montorio, Rome. 1502 [Fig. 7.20]
  • 24. Plans for Saint Peter's, Rome by (a) Donato Bramante and (b)Michelangelo. [Fig. 7.21]
  • 25. Michelangelo. David. 1501-4. Marble. Height: 17’ 3". Accademia, Florence. [Fig. 7.22]
  • 26. Michelangelo. Sistine Chapel, Vatican, Rome: Ceiling, complete view. 1508-12. Fresco. 45' x 128'. [Fig. 7.23]
  • 27. Michelangelo. Sistine Chapel, Vatican, Rome: Narrative program of ceiling (diagram). [Fig. 7.24]
  • 28. Michelangelo. Sistine Chapel, Vatican, Rome: Creation of Adam. 1510. Fresco. [Fig. 7.25]
  • 29. Michelangelo. Studies for the Libyan Sibyl, for Sistine Chapel ceiling. ca. 1510. Drawing, red chalk. 11-3/8" x 8-7/16". [Fig. 7.26]
  • 30. Michelangelo. Sistine Chapel, Vatican, Rome: Libyan Sibyl. 1512. Fresco. [Fig. 7.27]
  • 31. View into the Stanza della Segnatura, Vatican, Rome. 1510-11. [Fig. 7-CL.1]
  • 32. Raphael. School of Athens, in the Stanza della Segnatura, Vatican, Rome. 1510-11. Fresco. [Fig. 7-CL.2]
  • 33. Raphael. Pope Leo X with Cardinals Giulio de’ Medici and Luigi de’ Rossi. 1517. 60-1/2" x 47". Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. [Fig. 7.28]
  • 34. Josquin des Prez. Musical score, opening bars of Josquin des Prez’s Pange lingua Mass. After 1513. [Fig. 7.29]
  • 35. Vittore Carpaccio. The Lion of St. Mark. 1516. Oil on canvas. 4' 6-3/4" x 12' 1". Doge’s Apartments, Doge’s Palace, Venice. [Fig. 7.30]
  • 36. Map: Venice and the Venetian Terraferma, the Venetian-controlled mainland, at the end of the fifteenth century. [Fig. Map 7.2]
  • 37. View of the Doge's Palace, Venice, with St. Mark's Cathedral at left. Begun 1340. [Fig. 7.31]
  • 38. Giovanni and Bartolomeo Bon. The Ca’ d’Oro (“House of Gold”), Contarini Palace, Venice. 1421-37. [Fig. 7.32]
  • 39. Giorgione. Tempest. ca. 1509. Oil on canvas. 31-1/4" x 28-3/4". Galleria dell’Accademia, Venice. [Fig. 7.33]
  • 40. Titian. Sacred and Profane Love. ca. 1514. Oil on canvas. 46-1/2" x 109-7/8". Galleria Borghese, Rome. [Fig. 7.34]
  • 41. Titian. Reclining Nude (Venus of Urbino). ca. 1538. Oil on canvas. 47" x 65". Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. [Fig. 7.35]
  • 42. Andrea Palladio. Villa La Rotonda, near Vicenza, Italy. Begun 1560s. [Fig. 7.36]
  • 43. Thomas Jefferson. Monticello, Charlottesville, VA. 1770–1784, 1796–1806. [Fig. 7.37]

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