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MAPEH Grade 9 - Arts of the Renaissance Period - Second Quarter

  1. ARTS OF RENAISSANCE PERIOD Prepared by: Daniel M. Alcazarin Science Teacher I Talangan Integrated National High School
  2. RENAISSANCE PERIOD (1400-1600) • Renaissance-was the period of economic progress. The period stirred enthusiasm for study of ancient philosophy and artistic values. • Italian Renaissance began in the late 14th century. It was an era of great artistic and intellectual achievement with the birth of secular art. • Renaissance art was characterized by accurate anatomy , scientific perspective, and deeper landscape. • Renaissance painters depicted real-life figures and their sculpture and balance.
  4. MICHELANGELO DI LODOVICO BUONARROTI SIMONI (1475-1564) 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. A number of his works in paintings, sculpture, and architecture rank among the famous in existence.
  5. PIETA • Pieta, is the portrayal of pain that had always been connected with the idea of redemption as represent by the seated Madonna holding Christ’s body in her arms. • Michelangelo convinces himself and his spectators of the divine quality and the significance of these figures by means of earthly and perfect beauty, but of course, these are human standards.
  6. DAVID
  7. DAVID • It is a 5.17-metre (17.0 ft) marble statue of a standing male nude. The statue represents the Biblical hero David, a favoured subject in the art of Florence. Originally commissioned as one of a series of statues of prophets to be positioned along the roofline of the east end of Florence Cathedral, the statue was placed instead in a public square, outside the Palazzo Vecchio, the seat of civic government in Florence, in the Piazza della Signoria where it was unveiled on September 8th, 1504.
  8. BACCHUS(1496-1497) Is a marble sculpture. The statue is somewhat over-sized and depicts Bacchus the Roman god of wine, in a reeling pose suggestive of drunkenness. Bacchus is depicted with rolling eyes. Sitting behind him is a faun, who eats the bunch of grapes slipping out of Bacchus's left hand. With its swollen breast and abdomen, both the slenderness of a young man and the fleshiness and roundness of woman are portrayed.
  9. DYING SLAVE-IN • Dying Slave seems to be sinking into a deep sleep. Far from dying, the figure in Michelangelo’s Dying Slave seems to be abandoning himself to the effects of an intoxicant. Little resistance is shown in the silky contours of the arched back, extended left arms, and relaxed abdomen. • Michelangelo visualized the figures as imprisoned in the huge blocks of marble, and only by carefully removing the excess stone could he free them. In their creation, and in their final impact, the two slaves may symbolized the soul’s struggle against the bonds of temptation and sin.
  11. DAWN Dawn is the only female nude Michelangelo ever sculpted. A youthfully smooth, yet powerful body turns towards the observer. He features are by no means serene: the dark eyes are deep set in their shadowy sickest. She wears a turban and a band around her chest in the style of slaves’ garments.
  12. DUSK • In the spirit of an allegory of time, the deceased were coupled with figures representing the times of the day whose gender was determined by Italian grammar, The thoughtful figures of Dusk and Dawn are endowed with soft outlines as they gracefully adorn the edge of the sarcophagus.
  14. LEONARDODI SER PIERODA VINCI (1452-1519) • Leonardo Da Vinci-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 “Renaissance man” because of his intellect, interest, talent, and his expression of humanist and classical values.
  15. THE LAST SUPPER The Last Supper is a late 15th-century mural painting by Leonardo da Vinci in the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan. It is one of the world's most famous paintings. (the most reproduced religious painting of all time)
  16. MONA LISA • The Mona Lisa is a half-length portrait of a woman by the Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci, which has been acclaimed as "the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world (the most famous and most parodied portrait)
  17. THE VIRTRUVIAN MAR The Vitruvian Mar is a pen and ink drawing done on paper with a wash over metal-point accompanied by handwritten notes. In the drawing , two male figures are superimposed upon each other. The figures are shown with arms and legs extended in differing degrees of extension. One figure shows the legs slightly apart and the arms extended straight out from the shoulders. The other figure shows the legs moderately spread and the arms extended partway above the shoulders. In both figures, the head and torso are completely superimposed. The male figures are inscribed within a circle and a square, showing the geometric proportion of the human body.
  18. THE ADORATION OF THE MAGI From the Matthean Vulgate Latin section A Magis Adoratur is the name traditionally given to the subject in the Nativity if Jesus in art in which the three Magi, represented as kings, especially in the West, having found Jesus by following star, lay before him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh, and worship him. On entering the house, they saw the child with Mary his mother; and they knelt down and paid him homage.
  20. VIRGIN OF THE ROCKS Is the name used for two paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, of the same subject, and of a composition which is identical except for several significant details. The version generally considered the prime version, that is the earlier of the two, hangs in The Louvre in Paris and the other in the National Gallery, London. The paintings are both nearly 2 metres (over 6 feet) high and are painted in oils. Both paintings show the Madonna and Child Jesus with the infant John the Baptist and an angel, in a rocky setting which gives the paintings their usual name.
  21. RAFFAELLO SANZIO DA URBINO Raphael was an Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance Period. His works was admired for its clarity of forms and ease of composition and for its visual achievement of interpreting the Divine and incorporating Christian doctrines. URBINO(Raphael) (1483-1520)
  22. THE SISTINE MADONNA The Madonna holds her child as she floats on a swirling carpet of clouds, she is flanked by St.Sixtus and St. Barbara. At the fort of the painting are two angels (cherubs) who gaze in wistfull contemplation. There has been lots of speculation about the sadness, or even petrified expressions on the face of the Virgin and the infant Jesus.
  23. THE SCHOOL OF ATHENS Refers to a famous fresco painted by Raphael in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City. The fresco was painted between 1510 and 1511 and is one of four frescoes painted by Raphael in the rooms now known as the “Stanze di Raffaello”. School of Athens was the second fresco completed in the room and depicts Raphael’s interpretation of philosophy as a branch of knowledge. Showing a gathering of Greek philosophers engaged in various activities, the fresco is considered a prime example of High Renaissance art and considered Raphael's masterpiece.
  24. THE TRANSFIGURATION The transfiguration of Jesus is an event reported in the New Testament when Jesus is transfigured and becomes radiant in glory upon a mountain. It was Raphael’s last painting on which he worked on up to his death.
  25. DONATO DI NICCOLO DI BETTO BARDI Was an early Renaissance sculptor from Florence. He is known for his work in bas-relief, a form of shallow relief sculpture. He studied classical sculpture, and used this to develop a fully Renaissance style in sculpture, whose periods in Rome. He worked in stone, bronze, wood, clay, stucco and wax, and had several assistants, with four perhaps being a typical number. Though his best-known works were mostly statues in the round, he developed a new, very shallow, type of bas- relief for small works, and a good deal of his output was larger architectural reliefs. (Donatello) (1386-1466)
  26. DAVID STATUE • David is the title of two statues of the biblical hero David by the Italian early Renaissance sculptor Donatello. They consist of an early work in marble of a clothed figure (1408-09), and a far more famous bronze figure that is nude between its helmet and boots, and dates to the 1430s or later. Both are now in the Museo Nazionale del Bargello in Florence.
  27. STATUE OF ST.GEORGE • Donatello carved his statue of St. George for the guild of armorers and sword makers in Florence. Like the statue of St. Mark, the statue of St. George was destined for the guild’s niche in the building of Orsanmichele. Because the guild was of average size, it could only afford a statue of marble, rather than of bronze. • St. George was the patron saint of the armorer’s guild and was known as a military figure, one who was well- known in the Byzantine East, but who was also known by the Crusaders who battled Muslim forces in the Holy Land.
  28. EQUESTRIAN MONUMENT OF GATTAMELATA Is a sculpture by Italian early Renaissance artist Donatello, dating from 1453 located in the Piazza del Santo in Padua, Italy, today. It portrays the Renaissance condottiero Erasmo da Narni, known as "Gattamelata", who served mostly under the Republic of Venice, which ruled Padua at the time.
  29. PROPHET HABACUC • Lo Zuccone is a marble statue that depicts the Biblical prophet Habakkuk. It was a commissioned work for the Duomo in Florence and was completed between 1423-1425. The name Zuccone originated from the long and angular shape of the figure's head and translates in Italian as "pumpkin." The spectacularly life-like statue is fraught with tension and clad in the flowing robes that are typical of most of Donatello's prophets. His face is tilted slightly down which gives the figure a humble expression upon his gaunt face.
  30. THE FEAST OF HEROD • The Feast of Herod is a bronze relief sculpture created by Donatello circa 1427. It appears on the baptistry of the Siena Cathedral in Italy. It is one of Donatello's earliest relief sculptures, and his first bronze relief. • The Feast of Herod is a bronze panel (60 by 60 centimeters) made by Donatello around 1427. Donatello tells the story of John the Baptist's death in the sculpture. It shows John the Baptist's head getting served to King Herod by his assassin.
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  34. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION IV – A CALABARZON DIVISION OF LAGUNA DISTRICT OF NAGCARLAN-RIZAL TALANGAN INTEGRATED NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Talangan, Nagcarlan, Laguna Daniel M. Alcazarin MAPEH/ Science Teacher I For more inquiries, kindly message me in any of my social media accts and follow me  : FB acct: “Daniel Alcazarin” IG acct. “@danielalcazarin” Twitter acct: “@DanielAlcazarin”  Let me know if you downloaded this presentation so I’ll be more encouraged to upload more. Thank you!