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ARTS - QUARTER II (GRADE 9).pptx

  1. 1. LOOP A WORD Encircle 15 words that are connected to the Renaissance or Baroque Period.
  2. 2. Loop-a-word Encircle 15 words that are connected to the Renaissance or Baroque Period.
  3. 3. ARTWORKS AND ARTISTS FROM THE RENAISSANCE PERIOD
  4. 4.  Italian Renaissance began in the late .  The word “renaissance” comes from the word, , which means, .  This era is a period of many changes. It is also the time of “Rebirth” of the composers of modern era.  The greatest cathedral building of the age was the rebuilding of in Rome.
  5. 5.  Michelangelo was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, and poet. He was considered the greatest living artist in his lifetime, and ever since then he was considered as one of the greatest artists of all time.  Here are some of his famous artworks. “Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (1475-1564) ”
  6. 6. “Bacchus”, “Moses”, “David”, “Dying Slave”, “Dawn and Dusk”. He also created two of the most influential works in fresco in the history of Western art: the scenes from Genesis on the ceiling and the Last Judgment on the altar wall of the in Rome. is a technique wherein the pigments are mixed with water and directly painted onto the wall. “Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (1475-1564) ”
  7. 7. “PIETA” One of Michelangelo’s best-known works is The Pieta and David, which were sculpted before he turned thirty.
  8. 8. Like the da Vinci, he also mastered anatomy of the human figure
  9. 9.  He was a painter, architect, scientist, and mathematician. He was popularized in present times through the novel and movie, “Da Vinci Code.”  He is known as the ultimate because of his intellect, interest, talent and his expression of humanist and classical values.  He is widely considered to be one of the greatest painters of all time and perhaps the most diversely talented person to have ever lived. “Leonardo di ser Piero Da Vinci (1452- 1519) ”
  10. 10. “Monalisa” The most famous and most imitated portrait.
  11. 11. “Last Supper”  The most reproduced religious painting of all time.  This shows Jesus having his last dinner with his 12 disciples.
  12. 12.  Raphael was an Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance period.  Together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, he formed the traditional trinity of great masters of that period. His main contributions to art were his unique draftsmanship and compositional skills.  His famous works were: “Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino (Raphael) (1483-1520)”
  13. 13. The Transfiguration was Raphael’s last painting on which he worked on up to his death. “The Transfiguration”
  14. 14. School of Athens Disputation of the Holy Sacrament
  15. 15.  Donatello was one of the Italian great artists of the period. He was an early Renaissance Italian sculptor from Florence.  His works included the following statues and relief: Donato di Niccolo di Betto Bardi (Donatello) (1386- 1466)
  16. 16. It was the first known free- standing nude statue produced since ancient times. “David”
  17. 17. Penitent Magdalene Donatello was able to create artworks that show emotions such as sorrow or suffering and joy. In 1455, she completed the wooden sculpture, the Penitent Magdalene. It represented a gaunt looking Mary Magdalene
  18. 18.  The term Baroque was derived from the Portuguese word which means “irregularly shaped pearl or stone.  Baroque developed in Europe around the .  Baroque Art aims to give an effect that wants to carry the viewer’s away with the force of its impact.  In the , the Baroque style was carried by the Spanish and Portuguese to the Philippines. It influenced the Intramuros (the pre- colonial walled city of Manila.)
  19. 19.  He was better known as . He was an Italian artist who wanted to deviate from the classical masters of the Renaissance.  Caravaggio’s models at this period were either himself or young persons who have an air of being promising but wicked.  Among his famous paintings were: Michelangelo Merisi or Amerighi da Caravaggio (1571- 1610)
  20. 20.  Bernini was an Italian artist and the first Baroque artist. He practiced architecture, and sculpture, painting, stage design, and was also a playwright.  He was the as seen in his design of the Piazza San Pietro in front of the Basilica. It is one of his most innovative and successful architectural designs.  The famous Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680)
  21. 21. The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa depicts a scene that Teresa wrote about in her own autobiography. In it, she described an angel who pierced her heart multiple times with fire-tipped spear. “Ecstasy of St. Teresa”
  22. 22.  Rubens was a Flemish Baroque painter. He was well known for his paintings of mythical and figurative subjects, landscapes, portraits, and Counter- Reformation altarpieces.  His commissioned works were mostly religious subjects, history paintings of magical creatures, and hunt scenes.  His famous works were: Peter Paul Rubens (1577- 1640)
  23. 23.  Rembrandt was a brilliant Dutch realist, painter and etcher. He is generally considered as one of the greatest painters and printmakers in European art.  No artist has painted himself as often as did Rembrandt.  His well- known work was his Rembrandt had produced over 600 paintings, nearly 400 etchings, and 2000 drawings. Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606-1669)
  24. 24.  Velasquez of Spain developed out of the Baroque. He was one of the finest masters of composition and one of the most important painters of the Spanish Golden Age. He worked out solutions to pictorial problems of design that transcend the style of any period.  His famous works were: Diego Velasquez (1599- 1660)
  25. 25. “Las Meninas”  Las Meninas is an oil painting by the Spanish painter Diego Velázquez. It was painted in 1656.  The word means (a girl who serves in a royal court).

Editor's Notes

  • In these Modules in Arts for the second quarter, we will focus on the Artworks of Renaissance and Baroque periods., specifically, the most famous paintings and artists from the different art periods. This will be all the lesson for all the modules in Arts.
  • Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni is known is it one of the greatest artists in the Italian renaissance period. He was born on March 6 ,1475 in Caprese, Italy. His father you Leonardo was briefly serving a magistrate there. due to his mother Francesca's illness Michael Angelo live with a family of stone cutters.
    Due to his innate gift he had the resolution the will power of our regiment, not once did he deliver an inferior piece of artwork. he accepted every Commission offered to him.
    He loved carved in marble. He worked day and night, learning to draw enter cut stone. at the age of 13 he was a pupil of Ghirlandio, 2 one of the most successful thinkers in Florence. under him Michael Angelo was playing in fresco painting.
  • When he was 25, he carved the pieta a figure of the Virgin Mary with the dead Christ in her arms. This masterpiece brought him fame.Virgin Mary is certain in her feminine ranked and suffering spirit.
  • Michael Angelo threw the safety of Lawrence into an uproar by carving a nude figure of David from the block of marble. He knew the rules of anatomy and proportion but his sculpture of the biblical Slayer of the giant Goliath broke those rules for a more dramatic effect. he draw attention to the subject's hands and head.David's huge head with its forceful and determined expression has become a symbol of the spirit of the Renaissance.
  • Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452. he was a son of a lawyer and a peasant. he's wonderful time began to shine early. he loved the examine the formation of rocks and to follow the courses of rivers. He was captivated by the flowers, faces the flying birds. he also excelled in mathematics and love drawings and modeling figures in clay.
    He painted so many artworks, he left many unfinished paintings . some of which that survive are Saint Jerome in the wilderness in the Vatican museums: ; adoration of the magi in Uffizi, Florence. and the two version of the virgin of the rocks in National Gallery in London and in Louvre in Paris
  • When the French conquered Milan Leonardo drifted onto the knees then to Florence where he served as military engineer. during his stay there, he was busy where the portrait of Mona Lisa.
    during leonardos last years, his hands became paralyzed that disabled him to paint. despite this he continued his researches in science.
    his mastery of the elements of art for example composition, color, surface design, individual characterization, interior and exterior space, and psychological understanding of content) has never been equaled. the emotional impact of his artworks is unique and probably accounts for the stronghold of his fame.
  • In the dining hall of holy Mary of grace and Milan, he painted the Last Supper. it highlighted da Vinci’s artistry and is considered one of the world’s iconic paintings. However, this believed to be in terrible condition. the painting began to deteriorate after da Vinci had finished working on it.
    He wanted to achieve grander luminosity for the painting that is why here rejected the traditional technique fresco on wet plaster. he invented his own technique using tempera on stone. thanks to restore the painting were made, but it was only in 1980 when it was ultimately restored.
  • Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino Was born in Urbino on April 6 1483, son of a painter and poet. at age 11, his talents were already much talked about. at age 16, he entered the studio of Pietro perugrino, One of the most honored painters in Italy . Right at age 18, he is skillfully painted like his master.
    He was into portraiture and altar pieces. he also excelled in the secrets of placing figures in celestial settings.
    at age 21, he went to Florence. he's drawings were about human anatomy and movements. he was fascinated with the Mona Lisa and from that masterpiece he learned how to capture the sweep puzzling beauty of a woman's smile. he borrowed concepts from others, but he made them into his own style
  • From 1504 - 1507 in Florence, he produced a series of Madonna. this one him an immediate fame, and his style became a standard idea of the mother God. His figure of a Madonna presented a woman filled with glory of the inward soul. his Madonna figures we're usually blonde girls, whom he might knew, loved, or glorified.
  • Overworked,Raphael caught a fever. after 10 days, on Good Friday, he passed away beside his largest canvas transfiguration. he was revered as the Archangel of painting.
  • Rafael was summoned by Pope Julius II to work in the Vatican. as an artist,he was very determined and energetic. he was able to finish numerous artworks, many of which are found in the Apostolic palace in Vatican. here is where the four Raphael rooms that mark high renaissance art are located.
    with his assistants, he covered each room with paintings, mosaics, and tapestries Representing Catholic faith, philosophy, law , poetry, and the history . he headed to preserve the relics of ancient Rome and serve as one of the architects of Saint Peter's Basilica his murals in the Vatican set the standard for wall paintings for hundreds of years
  • Donato di Niccolo di Betto Bardi Is one of the greatest Florentine sculptors and considered as one of the most influential artists of the 15th century.he was born around 1986 in Florence Italy. his father, Nicola was a member of the Florentine wool combers Guild. this gave young Donatello the status as the son of the Craftsman, thus paved a path for him to work in trades. Donatello Began to develop his own style of realistic and highly emotional sculptures .
  • In 1408, he returned to Florence to work in the cathedral of Florence. in the same year, he carried the first David. this marble sculpture followed the gothic style emphasizing long graceful lines and an expressionless face.
  • His lifelong relationship with the Medici family earned him a retirement allowance to live on the rest of his life. he died on December 13 , 1466 in Florence and was buried in the basilica of San Lorenzo.
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  • Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio Was born on September 29 1571 in Milan. he was the founder of a school of realist painters.
    Caravaggio's paintings were considered controversial during the time because of his technique; the intense color of light and dark colors, which is called tenebrism. It is an excessive use of chiaroscu that intends to reduce the two-tone effect of light and shade.

    Artists under his influence were called as “Caravaggisti” or Caravagesques, and Tenebrists or Tenebrosi.
  • THE PAINTINGS OF CARAVAGGIO
    He was condemned as the Antichrist of painting for his controversial and revolutionary artworks. he depicted religious scenes with extraordinary art approach and expressive human feelings and sentiments.
    His style inspired many artists throughout the ages. despite his scandalous life, it is his giftedness all the creativity that has won his place in the world's history of art. he died on July 18 1610 in Tuscanyhis cause of death was also controversial but reports said he might have died of poisoning. Youtube
  • Gian Lorenzo Bernini was born on December 7, 1598 in Naples, Italy. He was one of the most brilliant proponents of rogue sculptures and a key figure in baroque architecture. he was a child prodigy and regarded a genius like Michelangelo. he executed various projects for a papacy and promoted the power and grandeur of Rome. one of his noted sculpture is the ecstasy of Saint Teresa
  • One of Bernini’s best-known works is the sculpture Ecstasy of St. Teresa.
    Saint Teresa's love of God and her desire for spiritual union with him found expression in a vision in which an angel pierced her heart with a golden spear and sent her into a dream.
    It is the central marble group of a sculpture he signed and completed for the Coronado Chapel in Rome. it is one of the sculptural masterpieces of high Roman baroque. he was also appointed by the Pope or won the 8th to the chief architect of Saint Peter's Basilica. he is not only known for his architecture his fountains and papal monuments were public works that stand at different Piazze/Piazza or cities squares in Rome.

  • Bernini died on November 28, 1598, as a result of stroke. his thumb lies in basilica de Santa Maria, Maggiore.
  • Peter Paul Robbins was born on June 28 1577 in the town of shijin Germany. he received his education and artistic training in Antwerp Belgium after his mother died. he served as an apprentice to several established artists and was admitted into Antwerp’s professional Guild for painters in 1598. he studied in Venice, Mentua, Rome Spain and Flanders. his clients included members of royalty and churches. Robbins also loved to paint his family.
  • His paintings covered wide variety of subjects from religion history hunt scenes and mythology. Rubens died on May 30, 1640, in Madrid due to heart failure.
  • Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn Was born in Leiden Netherlands on July 15 1606. during his childhood he was fascinated with shadows. he loves sketching his family watching colored sails and salty faces of the bargemen and filling his head with human impressions. at age 14 he enrolled in a Latin school Leiden university. However he would cut his glasses and go to the local zoo to draw animals or visit docks to sketch laborers the university was not for him . he then trained under Jacob van swanenburgh, a Leiden painter with whom Rembrandt learned the basic skills of art. his second teacher was Peter Lastman, an artist from Amsterdam . from him Rembrandt learned the craft of etching.
    Etching is the process of using a strong acid to cut into a metallic surface to create a design.
  • At age 19 he made his first sign painting. the stoning of Saint Stephen. he created more than 300 artworks that are inspired from biblical stories. he painted key figures from the old and new testaments. he also covered the episodes from the passion of Jesus. Rembrandt captured his subjects or models character and emotions on canvas. he made the person look directly at the viewer. he would not only paint people’s still, but he would also make them appear active ; His skill in playing with light and shadow achieve a very interesting mode in his artworks.
    He was regarded as the greatest artist of Dutch golden age for his outstanding ability . his techniques in various art media exhibited his great sensitivity and spontaneity that incorporated in his artworks sense of freedom sharp intelligence and originally.
    he died a poor man on October 4 1669.
  • Diego Velazquez the Spanish painters in the baroque. Typified the most extra characteristics of the baroque style as a whole in all Europe. Mysticism, brutal realism, excessive pietism, sentimentality, and oriental exoticism pervaded their productions with exception of the painter, Diego Rodriguez Sylvia Velasquez.

    Diego Velazquez was born on June 6 1599 in Seville Spain. he was influenced by the technique of Caravaggio. he became known for painting numerous portraits. the last guest was the leading artist in the court of king Philip he did a lot of renditions of scenes of historical and cultural significance . he also painted squares of portraits of the Spanish royal family and other notable European figures, and commoners. his most notable painting of the Spanish royal family is the last mininas or the ladies in waiting.

  • Las Meninas shows a large room in the Madrid palace of King Phillip IV of Spain . Several people are in the painting, and we know who they are. Some are looking at one another and others are looking out from the painting at the viewer (the person who is looking at the painting).

    He is revered as one of the greatest masters of western art. his works strongly influence Spanish artists like Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. even the French impressionist artists Edward Manet described him as the painter of paintershe died on August 16 1660 in Madrid Spain.

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