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    • 1. Looking at Art Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance Art
    • 2.
      • Light
      • Perspective
      • Movement
      • Color
      • Proportion
      • Symbolism
      The Peasant Dance, Pieter Bruegel the Elder Looking @ Art
    • 3.
      • Light
      • Perspective
      • Color
      • Form
      • Proportion
      • Symbolism
      Looking @ Art Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride Jan Van Eyck, 1434
    • 4.  
    • 5. Renaissance Art Comparing Renaissance Art to Medieval Art
    • 6. Art of Ancient Greece and Rome
    • 7. Zeus or Poseidon c. 460-450 B.C.
    • 8.  
    • 9. Julius Caesar Caesar Augustus
    • 10. Medieval Art
    • 11. Characteristics of Medieval Art
      • Disproportionate figures
      • Little or no perspective
      • All faces the same, unrealistic
      • Two-dimensional, flat, and dull
      • Religious themes
      • 180 degree relief statues
      • Storytelling, either about religion or warfare
      • Artists as craftsmen, work for guilds
    • 12.  
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    • 15. Madonna Enthroned Giovanni Cimabue 1280-90
    • 16.  
    • 17. Annunciation Simon Martini, 1333
    • 18. Transition
    • 19.
      • "He converted the art of painting from Greek to Latin and brought in the modern era”
      • First since the Greeks to understand the concept of space - 3D on a 2D surface
      • Influenced western art and all the Renaissance artists
      Giotto
    • 20. Saint Francis and Saint Claire
    • 21. The Presentation of the Virgin, 1305
    • 22. Madonna Enthroned Giotto, 1311
    • 23.  
    • 24. Art of the Renaissance
    • 25.  
    • 26. Madonna and Child Fra Filippo Lippi, 1406-1469
    • 27. Adoration of the Magi Sandro Botticelli
    • 28. Dead Christ Andrea Mantegna, 1501
    • 29. Raphael
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    • 32. School of Athens
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    • 35. Leonardo da Vinci
    • 36. The Last Supper
    • 37.  
    • 38. Madonna of the Rocks
    • 39.  
    • 40. Mona Lisa
    • 41.  
    • 42. Michelangelo
    • 43. Pieta , 1498-99
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