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A tutorial and differences between Medieval and Renaissance art.

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  • Shepherds at Christmas Questions: 1. What is the subject of the painting? 2. Describe the background. Does it look natural? 3. Do the human figures look realistic? The animals? 4. Describe the colors
  • Epiphany What is the subject? Describe the sky. Describe the people Is this picture 3-dimensional (does it have perspective)? Do the people look natural/realistic? Are the colors dark or light?
  • Lamentation What is the subject? 2. Describe the faces of the various people. Are they distinguishable from each other? 3. Does the scene look natural/realistic?
  • Mona Lisa da Vinci
  • Michelangelo’s David 1. How does Michelangelo’s statue of David illustrate humanistic ideas?
  • Marriage of the Virgin, Raphael 1. How did Raphael use linear perspective to create the appearance of great space within this scene?
  • Michelangelo’s David 1. How does Michelangelo’s statue of David illustrate humanistic ideas?
  • Ginevra de Benci, Leonardo da Vinci 1. Compare the information about medieval art and Renaissance art which you have collected. Why would medieval artists have been unlikely to paint a secular portrait such as this one of a banker’s daughter?
  • Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo 1. How does Michelangelo’s painting on the Sistine Chapel in Rome illustrate the accumulated skills and the great status of Renaissance art by the 16 th century?
  • The Sistine Chapel - Creation, Michelangelo
  • Medev ren art2

    1. 1. Medieval Art
    2. 2. Enthroned Madonna and Child, unknown Byzantine Artist (1280)
    3. 3. Madonna and Child, Giotto (c.1305-1310)
    4. 4. Lamentation, Giotto di Bondonne (c. 1302)
    5. 5. Renaissance Art
    6. 6. Mona Lisa Leonardo da Vinci (1503-1506)
    7. 7. David Michelangelo (1501-1504)
    8. 8. Marriage of the Virgin Raphael (1504)
    9. 10. David Michelangelo (1501-1504)
    10. 11. Ginevra de Benci Leonardo da Vinci (1474)
    11. 12. School of Athens, Raphael (1509)
    12. 14. Marriage of the Virgin, Raphael (1504)
    13. 15. Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo (1508-1512)
    14. 16. Creation, Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo
    15. 17. Quiz Time!!

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