The Early Renaissance

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Following the first inklings of a re-birth of classical style in the Proto-Renaissance, the movement begins to pick up speed in the 14th and 15th centuries. Artists centered in the powerful city of Florence begin to radically change the course of Western art and set the stage for the later developments of Michelangelo, Leonardo, and Raphael.

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The Early Renaissance

  1. 1. The Early Renaissance
  2. 2. Baptistry of the Cathedral of Pisa, c. 1153
  3. 3. Nicola Pisano, Pulpit, Pisa Baptistry, 1260
  4. 4. Nicola Pisano, Fortitude, Pulpit, Pisa Baptistry, 1260
  5. 5. Nicola Pisano, Adoration of the Magi, Pulpit, Pisa Baptistry, 1260
  6. 6. Giovanni Pisano, Massacre of the Innocents, Pulpit, Pistoia, 1301
  7. 7. Masaccio, Brancacci Chapel Frescoes, Florence, 1426
  8. 8. Masaccio, Expulsion from the Garden (pre-restoration), 1426
  9. 9. Masaccio, Expulsion from the Garden (post-restoration), 1426
  10. 10. Masaccio, Tribute Money, 1426
  11. 11. Masaccio, Tribute Money, 1426
  12. 12. Fra Angelico, Maesta, 1439
  13. 13. Andrea Pisano, South Doors of Baptistry, Florence, 1339
  14. 14. Lorenzo Ghiberti, Gates of Paradise (East Doors), Florence, 1425
  15. 15. Lorenzo Ghiberti, Creation of Adam and Eve, Florence, c. 1435
  16. 16. Lorenzo Ghiberti, Saul & David, Florence, c. 1435

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