New ideas in Renaissance Art

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New ideas in Renaissance Art

  1. 1. New Ideas in Renaissance Art
  2. 2. New idea #1: Perspective
  3. 3. Perspective: Medieval art
  4. 6. Perspective: Renaissance art
  5. 7. Keys to using perspective 1. Things that are far away look smaller than things that are close. 2. Close things obscure things that are far away. 3. Things that are far away have less detail than things that are close.
  6. 8. Renaissance perspective
  7. 9. Renaissance perspective
  8. 10. Renaissance perspective
  9. 11. Renaissance perspective
  10. 12. Renaissance perspective
  11. 13. New idea #2: Realistic people
  12. 14. People: Medieval art
  13. 15. Medieval sculpture: Chartres Cathedral
  14. 16. Medieval tomb sculpture
  15. 17. Medieval painting
  16. 18. Medieval painting: “ The Annunciation”
  17. 19. People: Renaissance art
  18. 20. Anatomy Realistic people “ Anatomical studies” (Leonardo)
  19. 21. Realistic people “ Man in a Blue Turban” (van Eyck)
  20. 22. Realistic people “ Portrait of a Man with a Coin of the Emperor Nero” (Memling)
  21. 23. Realistic people “ David” (Michelangelo)
  22. 24. Medici tomb sculpture by Michelangelo
  23. 25. New idea #3: Nature and everyday life
  24. 26. Everyday life: Medieval art
  25. 29. Everyday life: Renaissance art
  26. 30. Dürer
  27. 31. “ The Peasant Wedding” (Breugel the Elder)
  28. 32. “ The Peasant Dance” (Breugel the Elder)
  29. 33. “ Assassination of St. Peter the Martyr” (Giovanni Bellini)
  30. 34. New idea #4: Showing religious topics in new ways
  31. 35. Religion: Medieval art
  32. 36. Medieval religious subjects
  33. 37. Religion: Renaissance art
  34. 38. “ The Tower of Babel” (Breugel the Elder)
  35. 39. “ Sainte Anne Marie et Jesus” (Dürer)
  36. 40. “ The Adoration of the Magi” (Breugel the Younger)
  37. 41. Compare and contrast: Medieval vs. Renaissance
  38. 42. “ The Last Supper” (Medieval version)
  39. 43. “ The Last Supper” (Renaissance version)
  40. 44. Medieval “Last Supper” • Weird perspective • Holy guys with halos • Unrealistic people Renaissance “Last Supper” • realistic perspective • realistic people • religious topic, but no halos • dog
  41. 45. This is also on page 308 of the textbook. Your drawing must be as close to the original as possible; do not attempt any jokes, parodies, cartoons, or satires. FULL COLOR! NO TRACING!
  42. 46. New Ideas in Renaissance Art 1. Use of perspective 2. Realistic people 3. Nature and everyday life 4. New ways to show religious scenes Medieval “Last Supper” • Weird perspective • Holy guys with halos • Unrealistic people Renaissance “Last Supper” • realistic perspective • realistic people • religious topic, but no halos • dog

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