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The High Renaissance
The High Renaissance
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The High Renaissance

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This PowerPoint gives an overview of the High Renaissance in Italy, including the work of Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian.

This PowerPoint gives an overview of the High Renaissance in Italy, including the work of Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian.

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  • 1. The High Renaissance 1480s-1520s
  • 2. Leonardo da Vinci 1452-1519
  • 3. Studies of a Human Skull, 1489
  • 4. Study of Horses, c. 1490
  • 5. Proportions of the Human Figure, 1492
  • 6. Legs of a Man and a Dog, c. 1500
  • 7. Botanical Study, c. 1500
  • 8. Design for a Helicopter, c. 1500
  • 9. Bird in Flight, c. 1500
  • 10. Rearing Horse, 1503
  • 11. The Last Supper, 1495-99
  • 12. Mona Lisa, c. 1503
  • 13. Rebuilding Rome
  • 14. Pope Nicholas V (r. 1447-1455) Rubens, 1616
  • 15. Pope Sixtus IV (r. 1471-84) Titian, 1540
  • 16. Pope Julius II (r. 1503-13) Raphael, 1512
  • 17. Pope Leo X (r. 1513-21) Raphael, 1519
  • 18. The Capitoline Museum
  • 19. The Capitoline Wolf, 500-480 BC
  • 20. Hercules, 2nd c. BC
  • 21. Laocoön, 1st c. BC
  • 22. Spinario, 1st c. BC
  • 23. Apollo Belvedere, c. 120-140 AD
  • 24. Raphael 1483-1520
  • 25. Madonna of the Meadows, 1505
  • 26. The School of Athens 1510-11
  • 27. Plato and Aristotle
  • 28. Michelangelo as Heraclitus
  • 29. Michelangelo 1475-1564
  • 30. David, 1504
  • 31. The Sistine Chapel Ceiling Painted 1508-12
  • 32. The Creation of Adam
  • 33. The Last Judgment, 1536-41
  • 34. Properzia de’ Rossi c. 1490-1530
  • 35. Joseph and Potiphar’s Wife, c. 1520
  • 36. Donato Bramante 1444-1514
  • 37. Tempietto, 1502-after 1511
  • 38. Venice
  • 39. The Lion of St. Mark Vittore Carpacci, 1516
  • 40. Titian c. 1488/90-1576
  • 41. Bacchanal, 1524

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