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  • Sistine Chapel built in 1470- 40 by 130feet – more than 5000 sq ft of ceiling1508-1512- Michelangelo hired by Pope Julius II to paint the ceilingOld Testament – over 300 figuresFresco – plaster put on then scored in the drawing – Michelangelo would then paint the basic colorsReceived no payment
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    1. 1. The Renaissance
    2. 2. 5 ideals of The Renaissance • Humanism – shows influence of classic styles • Secularism – questions religion, places other pursuits above religion • Individualism – importance of what the individual can achieve/attain • Rationalism – critical thinking, scientific analysis • Virtu – ability & talent (virtuoso not virtue)
    3. 3. Renaissance Art • Distinguished itself from the art of the Middle Ages: – Attention to details • Perspective • Human body • Preparation & sketches – Subject matter • Religious themes still popular, but… • Greek & Roman influences • Branch out into other subjects
    4. 4. Renaissance Art, cont’d – New mediums • Bronze sculpture in addition to traditional marble • Oil paints start to replace tempura – Individualism • Artists begin to sign works • Patrons sponsor art to glorify themselves
    5. 5. Renaissance The artists
    6. 6. Donatello • 1386-1466 • Florence • Sculptor, painter • Influenced later sculptors including Michelangelo • Worked in marble and bronze
    7. 7. St. John the Evangelist • 1408-1415 • Marble • 215 cm – 7 feet
    8. 8. St. Mark 1411-1413 Marble 236 cm- 7.6 feet
    9. 9. The David •1430s •Renaissance’s 1st large scale bronze free-standing nude •Young David killing Goliath •Feminine qualities •Hat/boots
    10. 10. Leonardo • 1452-1519 • painter, sculptor, scientist, writer, architect • Renaissance Man – skilled in a variety of areas
    11. 11. THE LAST SUPPER 1495 – Jesus and Apostles, 4 years to complete. Back wall of the dinning hall Dominican convent at Sta Maria delle Grazie. Tempera –egg yolk and vinegar, peeled very easily, been restored many times
    12. 12. The Mona Lisa 1503-1505 Wood/oil La Gioconda – wife of Italian merchant Perspective – mountains/roads Louvre, Paris
    13. 13. Muscles of neck and shoulder
    14. 14. MICHELANGELO • 1475-1564 • Florence • sculptor, painter, and architect
    15. 15. The Pieta 1498-1500 St Peter’s Basilica Done before 25 Only signed work - marble
    16. 16. The David, 1501-1504, Florence, 18 FEET TALL - marble
    17. 17. But can he paint…?
    18. 18. Sistine Chapel Sistine Chapel built in 1470 - 40 by 130feet – more than 5000 sq ft of ceiling 1508-1512 - Michelangelo hired by Pope Julius II to paint the ceiling Fresco-plaster put on then scored in the drawing, Michelangelo would then paint the basic colors Old Testament – over 300 figures, Received no payment
    19. 19. OK, but he’s not an architect…
    20. 20. SAINT PETER’S BASILICA ROME – first begun in 1506 – Michelangelo designed the dome Dedicated in 1626 Holds 60,000
    21. 21. More than 450 feet high The PA capital dome is copied after St Peter’s
    22. 22. Raphael • 1483-1520 • Urbino • painter, architect
    23. 23. School of Athens 1509/1510, Secular philosphy, Commissioned by the Pope Aristotle, Plato, Ptolemy, himself
    24. 24. Raphael is Most Famous for his Madonna Paintings
    25. 25. The Sistine Madonna 1512-1514 Oil on canvas Have you seen these cherubs before?
    26. 26. Self Portrait

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