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Art renaixement

  1. 1. Renaissance architecture
  2. 2. The Quattrocento Florence Return to classical decorative and building elements Semicircular arch, ( Arc de mig punt) Classical columns and pillars (Doric, Ionic and Corinthian orders), Barrel ( volta de canó) Human figures are very important at this moment Rediscovery of the power plants in search of light.
  3. 3. The Quattrocento Brunelleschi The dome of the Cathedral of Florence (Santa Maria de Fiore)
  4. 4. Brunelleschi was the outstanding architect of the Quattrocento
  5. 5. The Dome (1420-1436) Example of mathematical and geometric calculations Final Judgement. Vasari And Zuccari. 1579 DOUBLE DOME Inside: hemispherical dome Outside: pointed dome
  6. 6. San Lorenzo Brunelleschi (1422)
  7. 7. Médici Chapel
  8. 8. San Andrea de Mantua   Leon Battista Alberti based on mathematical proportions facade inspired by Roman triumphal arches plant a barrel vaulted nave two side chapels.
  9. 9. Rucellai Palace of Florence It has been constructed between 1446 and the 1451 by Bernardo Rossellino on design of the Alberti on order of Giovanni il Magnifico, member of the illustrious Rucellai family The first Renaissance building using a system of Classical pilasters
  10. 10. Santa María Novella Alberti
  11. 11. Facade of Pitti Palace Brunelleschi
  12. 12. Palazzo Vecchio
  13. 13. Santa Croce Church
  14. 14. Buildings were smaller , and not as tall as Gothic constructions. This was because architects wanted to adapt them to the proportions of the human body. Ornamentation was simple and austere. Architetcs tried to create a sense of order and harmony.
  15. 15. THE CINQUECENTO Magnificient buildings were built under the patronage of Popes Alexander VI, Julius II, Leo X Rome. and Clement VII. Tendency to monumentality Lose of interest in decoration. Saint Peter’s Basilica 3 architects Bramante did the first project Michelangelo changed the dome Maderno completed the rest.
  16. 16. Michelangelo Basilica of Saint Peter. Dome Gives a higher profile and delete the towers to give more importance to the dome
  17. 17. The Temple of San Pietro in Montorio  Donato Bramante Inspired by the Roman temple of Vesta Round, simple decoration but an original structure.
  19. 19. Renaissance painters used colour, composition and background scenes, such as buildings and landscapes, to create an impression of space and depth.
  20. 20. Inspired by classical Antiquity, their figures had harmonious proportions and aimed for beauty by idealising faces, bodies and movements.
  21. 21. Although artists still painted religious subjects, they also did mythological scenes, nudes and portraits. Portrait of a Praying Man, ca. 1480-1485 Oil on wood Sammlung Thyssen-Bornemisza, Schloss Rohoncz Castagnola, Spain Handmade oil painting reproduction of The Fall and Expulsion from Garden of Eden ( detail-7) 1509-10, a painting by Michelangelo Buonarroti .
  22. 22. Pictures before perspective They discovered perspective. RAPHAEL: School of Athens "View of an Ideal City", a painting by Piero della Francesca.
  23. 23. THE QUATTROCENTO. Masaccio Piero della Francesca Pioneers in their use of perspective Botticelli. His idealised figures convey a sense of movement.
  24. 24. THE QUATTROCENTO. Botticelli. His idealised figures convey a sense of movement.
  25. 25. THE CINQUECENTO Leonardo da Vinci Brilliantly represented nature. He was a master of sfumato, a techhique which involved blurring outlines to create a sense of depht. His masterpieces are The Gioconda or Mona Lisa, and The Last Supper
  26. 26. Michelangelo Buonarroti painted the frescoes in the Sistine Chapel in Rome, scenes full of movement and expression.
  27. 27. Raphael achieved perfection in his use Titian, as a Venetian painter created of colour, drawing and composition. His highly colourful works of art. He is works include frescos for the Vatican famous for his portraits, and palace and his madonnas or virgins paintings of religious and mythological themes. . Titian. Woman with mirror Raphael, 'The small Cowper Madonna' 1505
  29. 29. Sculpture also followed the models of classical Antiquity Great importance was given to proportions and anatomical studies of figures, and this was of sculptures of nudes. Other types of sculpture which became popular were portrait sculp statues most sculptures were madeof bronze or marble The first Renaissance sculptor was Ghiberti. the Gates of Paradise, for the Baptistery of the Cathedral in Florence.
  30. 30. The greatest sculptor of the Quattrocento was Donatello He captured the Renaissance ideal of sculpture in works like David.
  31. 31. Perseo Benvenuto Cellini (Florencia, Italia: 1500-1571)
  32. 32. Michelangelo was the most important sculptor of the Cinquecento, and was considered to be the master of Renaissance sculpture.