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Renaissance art

  1. 1. RREENNAAIISSSSAANNCCEE AARRTT ((1155tthh-- 1166tthh cceennttuurriieess))
  2. 2. Renaissance art appeared in the Italian Peninsula in the 15th century and it spread to the rest of Europe. It was the predominant style in the 15th and 16th centuries. Two stages: -QUATTROCENTO (15th century): Main development in Italy. Main centre: Florence. Main patrons: the Medici family. -CINQUECENTO(16th century): Extension to Europe. Main centre: Rome. Main patrons: the Popes.
  3. 3. MAIN FEATURES -Inspiration in Antiquity (Greece and Rome):simplicity, harmony, proportions, straight lines -Rejection of the elaborated decoration of Gothic art -Interest in representing ideal beauty -Study of nature and the human body PITTI PALACE, Florence SLAVE, Michelangelo
  4. 4. Lorenzo de Medici, the Magnificent ROLE OF PATRONS Rich members of the bourgeoisie and the Church were the commisioners of many works of art, as a sign of social prestige.
  5. 5. ARCHITECTURE -Use of simple and classical elements. -Smaller and proportioned buildings, adapted to human scale. -Search for harmony and order. -Austere decoration. MEDICI-RICARDI PALACE, FLORENCE
  6. 6. ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS
  7. 7. PEDIMENT
  8. 8. DOME OF SANTA MARIA DEL FIORE, FLORENCE, BRUNELLESCHI
  9. 9. CHURCH OF SAN LORENZO IN FLORENCE, BRUNELLESCHI
  10. 10. CHURCH OF SANTO SPIRITO IN FLORENCE, BRUNELLESCHI
  11. 11. OSPEDALE DEGLI INOCENTI, FLORENCE, BRUNELLESCHI
  12. 12. CLOISTERS
  13. 13. FACADE OF THE CHURCH OF SANTA MARIA NOVELLA, FLORENCE, LEON BATTISTA ALBERTI
  14. 14. RUCELLAI PALACE, ALBERTI
  15. 15. TEMPIETTO OF SAN PIETRO IN MONTORIO, ROME, BRAMANTE
  16. 16. PROJECT FOR THE BASILICA OF SAINT PETER OF THE VATICAN IN ROME BRAMANTE RAFAEL
  17. 17. MICHELANGELO DOME OF THE BASILICA, MICHELANGELO
  18. 18. DOME OF SAINT PETER´S BASILICA MICHELANGELO
  19. 19. STAIRCASE OF THE LAURENTIAN LIBRARY, MICHELANGELO
  20. 20. SCULPTURE BUST OF GIULIANO DI MEDICI, VERROCCHIO LORENZO DI MEDICI, VERROCCHIO -Interest in representing human beauty and proportioned bodies -Inspiration in Greek and Roman sculptures -Different types of sculptures: busts, portraits, tombs, equestrian statues DAVID, MICHELANGELO
  21. 21. GATES OF THE BAPTISTERY OF SANTA MARIA DEL FIORE, FLORENCE, GHIBERTI
  22. 22. Isaac´s sacrifice The story of Joseph GATES OF THE BAPTISTERY OF SANTA MARIA DEI FIORI, FLORENCE, GHIBERTI Adam and Eve
  23. 23. DONATELLO DAVID SAINT GEORGE
  24. 24. PROPHET HABACUC (Il Zuccone) CONDOTTIERE GATTAMELATA
  25. 25. MICHELANGELO BUONARROTTI DAVID
  26. 26. PIETÀ
  27. 27. MOSES
  28. 28. TOMB OF THE MEDICI, SAINT LORENZ CHURCH, FLORENCE
  29. 29. GIULIANO DI MEDICI LORENZO DI MEDICI DAY AND NIGHT DUSK AND DAWN
  30. 30. PAINTING -Development of perspective: representation of the third dimension in a two-dimensional space. -Mythological and religious themes. -Predominance of drawing over colour.
  31. 31. TRINITY, MASACCIO
  32. 32. TRIBUTE MONEY, MASACCIO
  33. 33. EXPULSION FROM THE GARDEN OF EDEN, MASACCIO
  34. 34. THE FLAGELLATION OF CHRIST, PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA
  35. 35. THE BIRTH OF VIRGIN MARY, GHIRLANDAIO
  36. 36. THE BIRTH OF VENUS, BOTTICELLI
  37. 37. PRIMAVERA, BOTTICELI
  38. 38. LEONARDO DA VINCI, A RENAISSANCE MAN
  39. 39. MONA LISA (GIOCONDA), LEONARDO DA VINCI
  40. 40. THE LAST SUPPER, LEONARDO DA VINCI
  41. 41. VIRGIN OF THE ROCKS, LEONARDO DA VINCI
  42. 42. SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST, LEONARDO DA VINCI
  43. 43. THE MARRIAGE OF THE VIRGIN RAFAEL PERUGINO
  44. 44. THE SCHOOL OF ATHENS, RAFAEL
  45. 45. THE PARNASSUS, RAFAEL
  46. 46. THE FIRE IN THE BORGO, RAFAEL
  47. 47. PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG WOMAN OR LA FORNARINA, RAFAEL
  48. 48. SISTINE CHAPEL, VATICAN CITY
  49. 49. SISTINE CHAPEL FRESCOES, MICHELANGELO
  50. 50. DISTRIBUTION OF THE SISTINE CHAPEL FRESCOES ON THE WALLS
  51. 51. DISTRIBUTION OF THE SISTINE CHAPEL FRESCOES ON THE CEILING
  52. 52. THE CREATION OF ADAM, MICHELANGELO
  53. 53. THE LAST JUDGEMENT, MICHELANGELO
  54. 54. VENUS OF URBINO, TITIAN
  55. 55. DANAË AND THE SHOWER OF GOLD, TITIAN
  56. 56. PORTRAIT OF EMPEROR CHARLES V AT MÜHLBERG, TITIAN
  57. 57. RENAISSANCE IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
  58. 58. ARCHITECTURE THREE STYLES PLATERESQUE CLASSICISM HERRERIAN
  59. 59. PLATERESQUE -Architects imitated the work of silversmiths to decorate the facades of the buildings FACADE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SALAMANCA
  60. 60. CLASSICISM Use of classical elements: columns, pediments, rounded arches… PALACE OF CHARLES V IN GRANADA, PEDRO MACHUCA RUSTICATION
  61. 61. COURTYARD OF THE PALACE OF CHARLES V IN GRANADA PEDRO MACHUCA
  62. 62. HERRERIAN STYLE Sober, austere, proportioned Buildings, without decoration MONASTERY OF SAN LORENZO DEL ESCORIAL, JUAN DE HERRERA
  63. 63. MONASTERY OF SAN LORENZO DEL ESCORIAL, JUAN DE HERRERA
  64. 64. SCULPTURE -Influence by Michelangelo -Religious themes -Use of different materials: marble, bronze, polychromed wood THE BURIAL OF CHRIST, JUAN DE JUNI
  65. 65. THE SACRIFICE OF ISAAC, ALONSO DE BERRUGUETE
  66. 66. PAINTING El Greco was the most important artist THE BURIAL OF COUNT ORGAZ
  67. 67. THE ADORATION OF THE SHEPHERDS, EL GRECO
  68. 68. THE KNIGHT WITH HIS HAND ON HIS BREAST, EL GRECO
  69. 69. THE DESPOILING, EL GRECO

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