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Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
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Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
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Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
Ch22 highrenaissanceandmannerism
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  • 1. Ch. 22 High Renaissance and Mannerism Pg 614-660
  • 2. 15 th Century
    • Lead to developments in anatomy and perspective
    • Da Vinci
    • Raphael
    • Michelangelo
    • Titian
    • ALL IN ROME
  • 3. Leonardo da Vinci
    • Note taker, sketches,
    • botany, geology, zoology, military engineering, science.
    • Light and optics
    • Studied the human body
    • 1481 went to Milan to work for the duke.
  • 4. Da Vinci – Virgin of the Rocks
    • Model with light and shadow
    • Pyramidal grouping
    • Atmospheric setting
    • Pray, point, bless
    • St. John the Baptist
    • Looked at Masaccio’s art
  • 5. Cartoons ,Balance, stately grace of their movements, like goddess of Parthenon
  • 6. Last Supper- Fresco 1495 da Vinci
  • 7.
    • Christ- “one of you will betray me”
    • Christ Isolated
    • Judas
    • Complex painting
    • 4 Groups of 3
    • Judas in shadow clutching money
  • 8. George de Lucas
  • 9. Da Vinci – Mona Lisa
    • Wife of a wealthy Florentine
    • Engaging psychologically
    • Atmospheric perspective
    • Sfumato (misty haziness)
    • Unknown landscape
  • 10. Julius II : A Warrior- Pope quest for Authority 1506
    • Old St. Peter’s a new structure.
    • Old building fell
    • Roughly square plan
    • 9 Interlocking crosses
    • 5 domes
    • Bramante boasted he would place the dome of the Pantheon over the Basilica Nova
  • 11. Important Imperial images on Roman coins-17 th century it was completed
  • 12. Bramante – Tempietto -1502
    • Little Temple
    • Round temples
    • Queen Isabella of Spain commissioned
    • Like a Greek Tholos( a small shrine)
  • 13. Michelangelo 1500
    • Pope Julius II asked Michelangelo to covey his message
    • Michelangelo created architecutre and sculpture
    • Massive forms and art to become close to old Rome was
  • 14. David 1501
    • David hero of Florentine Republic
    • Psychological insight
    • Like Classical to Hellenistic
    • Before victory
    • Emotionally connected
  • 15. Michelangelo – Moses – Rome 1513- Horns, Id Moses, Turned head in concentration, Swelling veins
    • Pope commissioned Michelangelo to create his tomb
    • Tablets of Law- Turned head , concentrates frame and eyes
    • Like Hellenistic art
  • 16. Sistine Chapel – Vatican City – 1473 Inexperienced with fresco, Long Narrative
  • 17.
    • Hebrew Prophets and pagan sibyls who foretold Christ
    • Focus on figures
    • 300 figures in a ultimate grand drama of the human race
    • Old Testament scenes
    • Painted with a sculptors eye for how light and shadow would fall.
  • 18. Creation of Adam Communication with Gods and humans Adams original sin lead to Christ’s death God reaches to Adam
  • 19. The cleaning
  • 20. School of Athens – Raphael – 1509 for the Papal Apts
  • 21.
    • The great philosophers come together – Ancient World
    • Plato ( holds book) Aristotle – Central Figures
    • Vast perspective, moods, beliefs, close study
    • Summarization of all the beliefs of the Western Civilization
    • Balanced, cultured, “congregation of great philosophers”
  • 22. Raphael – Marriage of the Virgin - 1504
    • High Renaissance ideals
    • Background building
    • Influenced by Michelangelo and Leonardo
    • Joseph competed with other suitors for Mary’s hand
    • Foreshortening & perspective used
  • 23. Perugino -1481
  • 24. Raphael – Madonna in the Meadow 1505
    • Pyramidal comp.
    • Chiaroscuro similar to da Vinci
    • Perugino’s light tonalities
    • Sharp tones
  • 25. Raphael – Galatea – 1513
    • Pope Leo X ( son of Med. ) succeeded Julius II as Raphael’s patron
    • Runs from Cyclops Polyphemus on a shell and dolphins
    • Foreshortening
    • Motion
    • Like who?
    • Pagan myths popular
  • 26. Michelangelo - Tomb of Giuliano de Medici 1519
    • Works for Medici Popes
    • Funerary Chapel
    • River gods
    • Neo-Platonism – Plato’s ideals- spiritualistic philosophy
    • Lowest levels of the gods the lowest in life
    • Dawn and Day ( male)
    • Contortion
    • Thickness
    • Cared more about form
  • 27. Papacy of Pope Paul III
    • Lived nicely! Lots of personal commissions
    • Orchestrated campaign to restore the Catholic church in the wake of Protestant Reformation
  • 28. Antonio da Sagallo – Palazzo Farnesa (favorite architect of the Pope)
  • 29. Michelangelo – Last Judgment 1534
    • Christ judges the world
    • Arm held up by Jesus= damnation
    • Choirs of Heaven
    • Dead awake fleshy – demons – gargoyle masks, torment the damned
    • Fate to sinners
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  • 33. Capitoline Hill-1537
    • Achieve balance and symmetry in design
    • New building
    • Oval base
  • 34. Michelangelo 1540
    • Last project with Pope
    • No pay
    • Preserve Bramante’s plan
    • Reduced central crosses ( Greek cross)
    • Front Portico
  • 35. Venetian Art -1500s
    • Fortune decline in 16 th century
    • Soft colored Light
    • Bellini ( trained in International Style)
    • Nymphs/gods/ Lush Tones/ Pleasure
    • Venetian painting were about color
    • Rome and Florence = Sculpture
  • 36. Bellini and Titan - 1529 The Feast of the Gods
  • 37. Giorgione – The Tempest - 1510
    • Stormy skies
    • Lighting
    • Young woman nursing baby
    • No Narrative
    • Tints of red, black, highlights
  • 38.
    • Assumption of the Virgin – Titan 1516
    • Golden clouds
    • Large scale altarpiece
    • Dramatic
  • 39.
    • Pesaro Family – Titan – 1519
    • Trained by Bellini and Giorgione
    • Madonna and a Saint honoring achievements to men in this world
  • 40. Titian – Meeting of Bacchus and Ariadne -1522
    • - arrives to save Ariadne whom Theseus had abandoned on a Island
    • Titan – rich and luminous colors
  • 41. Titian – Venus of Urbino – 1538 Female nude – private, based on a Giorgone, compositional elements of a reclining nude, servants, red tones, pale neutral whites,
  • 42. Correggio –Assumption of the Virgin -1526
  • 43. Mannerism -Elegant style, cultured, not natural and idea of a scene, unusual, sophisticated
    • Pontormo – Descent from the Cross -1525
    • Virgin falls back, hands accentuated, bends
  • 44.
    • Parmigianino – Madonna with the Long Neck – 1535
    • Influenced by Raphael
    • Elongation of the frame
    • Elegant
  • 45. Tintoretto –The Last Supper 1594
  • 46. Bronzino – Portrait of a young man
    • Graceful hands
    • Proud
    • Muted background
  • 47. Anguissola – portrait of the Artist’s sisters and Brother 1555
  • 48. Giovanni – Abuduction of the Sabine Women
  • 49. Veronese – Christ in the House of Levi 1573
  • 50. Villa Rotonda – Palladio 1566
  • 51. Palladio - San Giorgio Maggiore 1565
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