Art History Lesson OutlineTopic: Italian Renaissance (15001600)Big Idea(s):Progressing the figure/subject and perspective toward realismReading Selection:http://digital.films.com.erl.lib.byu.edu/PortalViewVideo.aspx?xtid=9055&psid=0&sid=0&State=&title=An%20Introduction%20to%20the%20Italian%20Renaissance&IsSearch=N&parentSeriesID=#sections 1, 3,9,11Interactive Attention Activity:2 min to draw realistic drawing... with your left hand. now 2 min to do same drawing with your right hand.compare the two. (example that knowledge and experience beforehand helps. this is what the renaissancedid, built on other’s knowledge and experience)Information and images:Themes, concepts and ideas: use of media, perspective, proportion and realism, building on previous artistswork ● Lamentation Giotto 1305 ● School of Athens Raphael 1510 ● Vitruvian Man daVinci 1490 ● Pieta Michelangelo 1498 ● Sistine Chapel 0 Michelangelo 1512Foundational Knowledgebased Questions:Name 3 Artists who influenced the Renaissance: da Vinci, Raphael, MichelangeloWhat did da Vinci do that was different from his preceders? his figures (in religious work) looked like realpeopleWhat was something these artists perfected? proportions, perspective,realismDiscussion Questions:how do these masterworks affect our artwork? Why is it important to study paintings done hundreds ofyears ago? Is it beneficial? Why/Why not? da Vinci used many different areas in his art, he mixed it withmath and sciencehow can you incorporate other areas into your art?Artistic Prompt:Show a progression (or regression) of realism through a series of images. Think about the effects ofproportions, perspective, etc. and how that can play into it.Resources: (Credit here all sources used so that others can find the same information. There is an easycitation creator at http://www.easybib.com/) ● "Leonardo Da Vinci." Leonardo. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Jan. 2013.