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  • Artist: Heinrich and Peter Parler
    Title: Church of the Holy Cross, interior
    Medium: n/a
    Size: n/a
    Date: Begun in 1317 by Heinrich Parler; choir by Peter Paler begun in 1351; vaulting completed 16th century
    Source/ Museum: Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany
  • Artist: n/a
    Title: Vesperbild
    Medium: Wood
    Size: Height 34 ½ “ ( 88.4 cm)
    Date: c. 1330
    Source/ Museum: From Middle Rhine region, Germany. Landesmuseum, Bonn
  • Artist: n/a
    Title: Vesperbild
    Medium: Wood
    Size: Height 34 ½ “ ( 88.4 cm)
    Date: c. 1330
    Source/ Museum: From Middle Rhine region, Germany. Landesmuseum, Bonn
  • Artist: Bernardo Daddi
    Title: Madonna and Child
    Medium: Tempera and gold on wood panel
    Size: n/a
    Date: 1346-7
    Source/ Museum: Orsanmichele, Florence
  • Artist: Cimabue
    Title: Virgin and Child Enthroned
    Medium: Tempera and gold on wood panel
    Size: 12'17” x 7'4” (3.53 x 2.2 m)
    Date: c. 1280
    Source/ Museum: Most likely painted for the high altar of the Church of Santa Trinita, Florence / Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
  • Artist: Cimabue
    Title: Virgin and Child Enthroned
    Medium: Tempera and gold on wood panel
    Size: 12'17” x 7'4” (3.53 x 2.2 m)
    Date: c. 1280
    Source/ Museum: Most likely painted for the high altar of the Church of Santa Trinita, Florence / Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
  • Artist: Giotto di Bondone
    Title: Virgin and Child Enthroned
    Medium: Tempera and gold on wood panel
    Size: 10 '8” x 6' 8 ¼ “ (3.53 x 2.05 m)
    Date: 1305-10
    Source/ Museum: Most likely painted for the high altar of the Church of the Ognissanti (All Saints), Florence / Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
  • Artist: Giotto di Bondone
    Title: Scrovegni (Arena) Chapel, view toward east wall
    Medium: Frescoes
    Size: n/a
    Date: 1305-6
    Source/ Museum: Padua
  • Artist: n/a
    Title: Technique: Buon Fresco
    Medium: n/a
    Size: n/a
    Date: n/a
    Source/ Museum: n/a
  • Artist: Giotto di Bondone
    Title: Marriage at Cana, Raising of Lazarus, Resurrection, and Lamentation
    Medium: Frescoes
    Size: Each scene approx. 6' 5” x 6' (2 x 1.85 m)
    Date: 1305-6
    Source/ Museum: North wall of Scrovegni (Arena) Chapel, Padua
  • Artist: Giotto di Bondone
    Title: Lamentation
    Medium: Fresco
    Size: 6' 5” x 6' (2 x 1.85 m)
    Date: 1305-6
    Source/ Museum: Scrovegni (Arena) Chapel, Padua
  • Artist: Duccio di Buoninsegna
    Title: Virgin and Child in Majesty
    Medium: Tempera and gold on wood panel
    Size: 7' x 13' 6” ( 2.13 x 3.96 m)
    Date: 1308-11
    Source/ Museum: Central Panel from Maestà Altarpiece Siena Cathedral. Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Siena
  • Artist: n/a
    Title: Plan of front of the Maestà Altarpiece
    Medium: n/a
    Size: n/a
    Date: n/a
    Source/ Museum: n/a
  • Artist: n/a
    Title: Florence Cathedral (Duomo)
    Medium: n/a
    Size: n/a
    Date: Plan 1294, construction begun 1296, redesigned 1357 and 1366, drum and dome 1420-36
    Source/ Museum: Illustration by Philipe Biard in Guide Gallimard Florence © Gallimard Loisirs
  • Artist: Arnolfo di Cambio, Francesco Talenti, Andrea Orcagna, and others. Drum and dome by Brunelleschi, bell tower (Campanile) by Giotto, Andrea Pisano, and Francesco Talenti
    Title: Florence Cathedral (Duomo)
    Medium: n/a
    Size: n/a
    Date: 1296-1378; 1420-36; c. 1334-50
    Source/ Museum: Florence, Italy
  • Artist: Andrea Pisano
    Title: Life of John The Baptist
    Medium: Gilded bronze
    Size: Each panel 19 ¼ x 17” (48 x 43 cm)
    Date: South doors, Baptistry of San Giovanni, Florence, 1330-36. Frame, Ghiberti workshop, mid-15th century
    Source/ Museum: Florence, Italy
  • Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti
    Title: Fresco series of the Sala della Pace, Palazzo Pubblico
    Medium: n/a
    Size: Length of long wall about 46' (14 m)
    Date: 1338-40
    Source/ Museum: Siena city hall, Siena, Italy
  • Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti
    Title: Allegory of Good Government in the City
    Medium: n/a
    Size: Length of long wall about 46' (14 m)
    Date: 1338-40
    Source/ Museum: Sala della Pace, Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy
  • Artist: Jean Pucelle
    Title: Pages with Betrayal and Arrest of Christ, Folio 15v. (Left), and Annunciation, Folio 16r. (Right), Book of Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux
    Medium: Grisaille and color on vellum
    Size: Each page 3 ½ x 2 ¼ “ (8.9 x 6.2 cm)
    Date: c. 1325-38
    Source/ Museum: Paris / The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection 1954 (54.1.2)
  • Artist: n/a
    Title: Virgin and Child
    Medium: Silver gilt and enamel
    Size: Height 27 ⅛” ( 69 cm)
    Date: c. 1339
    Source/ Museum: Given by Jeanne d'Evreux to the Abbey Church of Saint-Denis, France / Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Master Theodoric
    Title: Saint Luke
    Medium: Paint and gold on panel
    Size: 45 ¼ x 37” (115 x 94 cm)
    Date: 1360-64
    Source/ Museum: Holy Cross Chapel, Karlstejn Castle, near Prague
  • Artist: n/a
    Title: “Beautiful” Virgin and Child
    Medium: Limestone with original paint and gilding
    Size: Height 33 ⅛” (84 cm)
    Date: c. 1390
    Source/ Museum: Probably from the Church of Augustinian Canons, Sternberk
  • 14thcenteuropresentation

    1. 1. 14th Century Europe The Apocalypse??? Or the start of a whole new world? Proto Renaissance????
    2. 2. Bad times in Europe during late Gothic period Black Death… what was the impact of the black plague? Famine? Black Plague intro
    3. 3. Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse • 100 Years War France & England; instability in Germany • Great Schism in Catholic church w/rival popes • Famine & plague wiped out almost half the population of Europe
    4. 4. With a few exceptions, although the Rayonnant gothic style continued in the early part of the century, architecture on a large scale eventually halted. WHY???? Germany did a Church of the Holy Cross with a beautiful Gothic style. However, the impact of the “Four Horsemen” was huge.
    5. 5. Yet the arts gradually began to flourish…. • Middle class got stronger; more literate & better educated, wanted art & books • Growing HUMANISM and individualism • Orientation toward humanity - Dante in literature, Petrarch, studied classical literature from Greece & Rome • Artisan guilds arose
    6. 6. Rottgen Pieta, or Vesperbild Wood, 14th century (late Gothic Germany) Expressivism, suffering and emotion Possibly influence by tragedies in Europe; plague, famine, wars. 34” high Pieces like this would influence German expressivism for centuries
    7. 7. Woman mourning a dead child, Kathe Kollwitz, German Expressionist, WW II era
    8. 8. Madonna & Child (Painting), Bernardo Daddi Tempera & gold on wood panel 1346 (late Gothic, 14th century Florence,Italy) Tabernacle, Andrea Orcagna Marble, mosaic, gold, lapis lazuli Size: n/a Probably begun 1355, completed 1359 Replacement painting for miracle image of Madonna and Child. Florence - Orcagna member of stone/woodworkers guild Architectural sculpture to honor Daddi’s painting Church as Orsanmichele, power & patronage in Florentine Republic Pilgrimages to this artwork, estates left to this artwork Place to distribute alms (food, money) to the poor flashcard
    9. 9. Virgin & Child Enthroned, Cimabue 1280 (late Gothic Italy - Florence) Tempera & gold on wood panel *Painting shows transformation of Byzantine style Set precedent (at 12 ft tall) for monumental altarpieces Byzantine proportions; highlighted drapery with gold. Space: viewer suspended in front of image Space: forms delicatedly modeled in light and shade More naturalistic figures!!!!!! flashcard Laid groundwork for Renaissance and Giotto…… know this….
    10. 10. Cimbaue, 1080 Giotto, 1308
    11. 11. Virgin & Child Enthroned, Giotto •Tempera & gold on wood panel •11 feet high, 1305, late Gothic Italy •Most likely painted for church in Florence •Groundbreaking spatial consistency… more realistic modeling of figures and perspective, more natural position of Mary and baby Jesus •“Giotto outshone the fame of Cimabue, as a great light outshines a lesser” Vasari •Vasari also said that Giotto put an end to the “crude” maniera grecia (Byzantine traditions of painting) •Giotto excelled in narrative painting and bringing in humanism into his artwork •Major part of Florentine school of painting
    12. 12. Arena Chapel, frescos by Giotto di Bondone Fresco secco: dry pigments applied after plaster is set (Dry) Fresco buono: pigments applied while pigment is wet.. Must work quickly before it dries. Artists worked in sections in order to do this; could add details with fresco secco later. Some pigments unstable in buono form, so had to be done last in secco form.
    13. 13. This period is sometimes called the Proto-Renaissance, or just the late Gothic. Why? Let’s take another look at Giotto in more detail…. http://smarthistory.org/proto-renaissance.html
    14. 14. Lamentation, Giotto from Arena Chapel, Padua… 61/2 ft by 6 ft section… Off center composition to emphasize Mary mourning Jesus’ death; diagonal ride from bare tree w/angels in background Direct, emotional impact of art (Franciscan monks?) - Florentine school of painting
    15. 15. Maesta (Virgin & Child in Majesty), Duccio, Siena Cathedral, 1308-11. Foremost Siennese painter in Late Gothic period. Part of huge panel 14’ high; over predella with life of Jesus Naturalistic, courtly style, brilliant palette of colors flashcard
    16. 16. Florence Cathedral, 1296-1350, designed By artists & artisans, not buliders Brunelleschi’s dome, bell tower by Giotto Pisano, and Talenti
    17. 17. Life of John the Baptist, Andrea Pisano Gilded bronze door, Baptistry of San Giovanni, Florence, 1330-36. Each panel tells story of Life of John the Baptist. Continues Gothic revival of large scale bronze relief sculptures. Florence cathedral (Duomo) designed by sculptors and painters.
    18. 18. Allegory of Good Government in the City, Lorenzetti, 1338, Siennese school Powerful vision of orderly society, realistic perspective, Security plus gallows, Also did painting of life in the country
    19. 19. Book of Hours of Jeanne d’Evreux, grisaille and color on vellum, small book 1325. Monochromatic painting technique (B&W mostly), narrative cycles of Life of Christ, Joys & Sorrows of Virgin, space is like Sienese; by Jean Pucelle
    20. 20. Virgin and Child, 1339 Silver gilt & enamel Example of “Beautiful” late Gothic style Artist is unknown What influences do you see in Mary’s position and the drapery?????? THIS IS SETTING THE STAGE FOR THE RENAISSANCE. Belonged to Jeanne d’Evreux, given to Abbey Church of Saint-Denis, now in Louvre, Paris
    21. 21. Saint Luke Master Theodoric Artists began to be known, to sign their work, and to have histories. Artists were part of guilds which gave apprenticeship, training, and the ability to do large jobs such as Giotto’s frescoes. This artist developed more of the Beautiful style Artists now part of middle class; more literatcy, more interest in arts & sciences as well as religion of course.
    22. 22. Beautiful Virgin and Child Artist unknown 1390 Probably from Church of Augustinian Canons, Stemberk

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