QOD Yesterday, we looked at art from the Renaissance. What similarities did you see in most of the art? How would you desc...
The Renaissance:An Overview
What was the              Renaissance?From the Italian word for “to be reborn”Definition – A rebirth of art, literature, s...
What was life like in the    Middle Ages?Lack of EducationAll knowledge came from the churchNot much art or literature
What started the        Renaissance?Rediscovery of Greek and Roman Texts   How could this change the way people saw the   ...
The Renaissance Starts in                      Italy Italian city-states very rich    Florence  Cloth    Milan  Arms    ...
Italy during the         RenaissanceOpen your books to page 413. In your notebook,answer the following questions:1. What g...
Four Themes of the       RenaissanceHumanism – a cultural and intellectual movementthat emphasized literature, art, and ci...
RenaissanceArt &Architecture
Renaissance Art:          Big Ideas1. Art was often religious (Christian)   “What about secularism Mr. P?”2. Focus on the ...
1. Art was Heavily           ReligiousWhile the Renaissance saw an increase inSecularism, the Catholic Church still had al...
2. Focus on the Human         Form       Obsessed with       Anatomy       “Perfection in the       eyes of God”
3. New Artistic TechniquesShadingPerspective   Page 414LightingStudy of Anatomy   Made portraits and   sculptures much   m...
Perspective &The Last Supper
The LastSupper, DaVinci, 1498The LastSupper,Castagno,
4. Greek and Roman       InfluencesMany paintings celebrated great Greek orRoman ThinkersOften shows people dressed in Gre...
Gothic Architecture      (Middle Ages)h
Greek    RenaissanceRoman
Journal EntryWhen people feelstressed, some getangry, some sleep allday, some ignore thethings they need to do.Other peopl...
Famous Art from the        RenaissanceThe Pieta – Michelangelo
Famous Art  from theRenaissance David– Michelangelo
Famous Art from the     RenaissanceSistine Chapel– Michelangelo
Famous Art from the     RenaissanceMona Lisa– Leonardo Da Vinci
Famous Art from the     RenaissanceThe Last Supper – Leonardo Da Vinci
Famous Art from the     RenaissanceSchool of Athens– Raphael
Renaissance:Ideas & Science
Key TermsHumanism            CopernicusMachiavelli         PtolemyShakespeare         GalileoJohann Gutenberg    Francis B...
HumanismStudied the humanities ofGreece and Rome   literature, philosophy,   history.NOT JUST THE CHURCH
Politics: MachiavelliWrote “The Prince”   Instructions on how to gain and keep   power“Ends justify the Means”Politics is ...
ShakespeareEnglish PlaywrightUniversal themes for allpeopleCommon language
Printing: Johann          GutenbergMovable TypeExplosion of Printing   Books everywhere!Effects?   Literacy goes up!   Use...
Medical AnatomyAutopsies… Studying the body   Scientific Method for Medicine
Astronomy: Copernicus   Ptolemy              Copernicus    (90-168 CE)           (1473-1543 CE)ROMAN EMPIRE          Renai...
Astronomy: Galileo (1564-         1642) Invented the Telescope Proved Copernicus right Catholic Church went after him    W...
Francis BaconInvented (perfected?) Scientific Method   Book – Chapter 12
Isaac NewtonGravity!Motion!Apple Story?“Father” of themodern field ofPhysics
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  1. 1. QOD Yesterday, we looked at art from the Renaissance. What similarities did you see in most of the art? How would you describe Renaissance Art?
  2. 2. The Renaissance:An Overview
  3. 3. What was the Renaissance?From the Italian word for “to be reborn”Definition – A rebirth of art, literature, science, andphilosophy in Europe during the 15th, 16th and 17thcenturies.What came out of the Renaissance? Some of the greatest art in history Great works of literature A Scientific RevolutionRenaissance Worksheet
  4. 4. What was life like in the Middle Ages?Lack of EducationAll knowledge came from the churchNot much art or literature
  5. 5. What started the Renaissance?Rediscovery of Greek and Roman Texts How could this change the way people saw the world? Why was this a challenge to the church?Money in Italian city-states Why does a city need money for art, literature, and architecture?Individualism and Secularism We’ll come back to this later…
  6. 6. The Renaissance Starts in Italy Italian city-states very rich Florence  Cloth Milan  Arms Venice  Trade Extreme wealth allows for Patrons Artists need to eat too! Patrons gave money. Geography People in Italy became very interested in Roman and Greek texts…Why?
  7. 7. Italy during the RenaissanceOpen your books to page 413. In your notebook,answer the following questions:1. What geographic advantage did Italy have?2. Which areas did Genoa trade with?3. Which areas did Venice trade with?4. How do you think this helped start theRenaissance?
  8. 8. Four Themes of the RenaissanceHumanism – a cultural and intellectual movementthat emphasized literature, art, and civilization ofancient Greece and Rome.Secularism – a trend away from looking toreligion for all answersIndividualism – a concept that values individualcreativity and intelligenceRationality – using reason and logic as thereliable basis for testing any claims of truth
  9. 9. RenaissanceArt &Architecture
  10. 10. Renaissance Art: Big Ideas1. Art was often religious (Christian) “What about secularism Mr. P?”2. Focus on the Human Form3. New Artistic Techniques4. Many Greek and Roman Influences
  11. 11. 1. Art was Heavily ReligiousWhile the Renaissance saw an increase inSecularism, the Catholic Church still had all ofthe money. They paid some of the great artists to create art for the ChurchMany, many paintings of the Madonna
  12. 12. 2. Focus on the Human Form Obsessed with Anatomy “Perfection in the eyes of God”
  13. 13. 3. New Artistic TechniquesShadingPerspective Page 414LightingStudy of Anatomy Made portraits and sculptures much more realistic
  14. 14. Perspective &The Last Supper
  15. 15. The LastSupper, DaVinci, 1498The LastSupper,Castagno,
  16. 16. 4. Greek and Roman InfluencesMany paintings celebrated great Greek orRoman ThinkersOften shows people dressed in Greek clothingArchitecture During the Middle Ages  Gothic Style Renaissance went back to Greek and Roman Style
  17. 17. Gothic Architecture (Middle Ages)h
  18. 18. Greek RenaissanceRoman
  19. 19. Journal EntryWhen people feelstressed, some getangry, some sleep allday, some ignore thethings they need to do.Other people getnervous, or cry, orshake. How do you deal
  20. 20. Famous Art from the RenaissanceThe Pieta – Michelangelo
  21. 21. Famous Art from theRenaissance David– Michelangelo
  22. 22. Famous Art from the RenaissanceSistine Chapel– Michelangelo
  23. 23. Famous Art from the RenaissanceMona Lisa– Leonardo Da Vinci
  24. 24. Famous Art from the RenaissanceThe Last Supper – Leonardo Da Vinci
  25. 25. Famous Art from the RenaissanceSchool of Athens– Raphael
  26. 26. Renaissance:Ideas & Science
  27. 27. Key TermsHumanism CopernicusMachiavelli PtolemyShakespeare GalileoJohann Gutenberg Francis BaconAnatomy Isaac Newton
  28. 28. HumanismStudied the humanities ofGreece and Rome literature, philosophy, history.NOT JUST THE CHURCH
  29. 29. Politics: MachiavelliWrote “The Prince” Instructions on how to gain and keep power“Ends justify the Means”Politics is ruthless, do whatever youmust!Vocab: Machiavellian
  30. 30. ShakespeareEnglish PlaywrightUniversal themes for allpeopleCommon language
  31. 31. Printing: Johann GutenbergMovable TypeExplosion of Printing Books everywhere!Effects? Literacy goes up! Use of Common Languages
  32. 32. Medical AnatomyAutopsies… Studying the body Scientific Method for Medicine
  33. 33. Astronomy: Copernicus Ptolemy Copernicus (90-168 CE) (1473-1543 CE)ROMAN EMPIRE RenaissanceGeocentric Universe Heliocentric Universe
  34. 34. Astronomy: Galileo (1564- 1642) Invented the Telescope Proved Copernicus right Catholic Church went after him Why?
  35. 35. Francis BaconInvented (perfected?) Scientific Method Book – Chapter 12
  36. 36. Isaac NewtonGravity!Motion!Apple Story?“Father” of themodern field ofPhysics
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