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medieval- rennaissance

  1. 1. Early Medieval Lindisfarne gospel 698-721
  2. 2. Gothic • Christianity moving across Europe=population shifts • Church very powerful • first universities • *Architecture: unity bewteen God and humankind • Art intended to evoke emotional responses, expressive nature, religious fervor • example of cathedral
  3. 3. Notre Dame Cathedral 1163-1250
  4. 4. Chartres Cathedral
  5. 5. Early Renaissance • renewed exploration of human beings in space • departure from flatness • moving away from static, symbolic figures...more natural and human • how can space be a rational, measurable environment • attempt to create earthly environments
  6. 6. Simone Martini, The Annunciation, 1330
  7. 7. http://smarthistory.khanacademy.org/proto-renaissance.htmlText
  8. 8. Renaissance • “rebirth” • 14th-16th c. Europe (mainly Italy) • humanism • linear perspective/ mathematical organization of space • multi skilled artists (architects/mathematicians/engineers) • classical beauty and naturalism • balance
  9. 9. The Top Dogs...
  10. 10. Fillipo Brunelleschi
  11. 11. Leonardo DaVinci
  12. 12. Michelangelo Buonarroti
  13. 13. Sandro Botticelli
  14. 14. Raphael Sanzio
  15. 15. outside of Italy...
  16. 16. Jan Van Eyck Flanders
  17. 17. Albrecht Dürer Germany
  18. 18. http://smarthistory.khanacademy.org/1400-1500- Renaissance-in-Italy-and-the-North.html

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