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ART HISTORY II - UNIT I
PROTO-RENAISSANCE IN ITALY—1300’s
Painting and Sculpture in Italy
Nicola Pisano, pulpit, nativity
Giovanni Pisano, nativity
Duccio, Maesta Altarpiece
Ambrogio Lorenzetti, Allegory of Good Government, Palazzo Pubblico
Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned
Giotto, Madonna Enthroned, Arena chapel frescoes; Lamentation
EARLY RENAISSANCE in Europe
15TH Century
NORTHERN RENAISSANCE-Flemish, French, German
1400s
Flemish-Burgundian Netherlands
Limbourg Brothers, Les Tres Riches Heures (a/k/a International Gothic)
Claus Sluter, Well of Moses
Jan Van Eyck, Ghent Altarpiece, Giovanni Arnolfini & his Bride, Man in Red Turban
Rogier van der Weyden, Deposition, Portrait of a Lady
Hugo van der Goes, Portinari Altarpiece
Robert Campin, Merode Altarpiece
French
Fouquet, Etienne Chevalier and St. Stephen
German
Riemenschneider, The Assumption of the Virgin
Movable type, printing press
Schongauer, Temptation of St. Anthony,
Witz, Miraculous Draught of Fish
EARLY RENAISSANCE in Italy
1400s
Florence and Northern Italy, early 1400s
Ghiberti, Gates of Paradise, Florence Cathedral Baptistry doors
Donatello, David, Gattamelata, Saint Mark
Della Robbia family, terra cotta tiles (mid-century)
Masaccio, Trinity, Tribute Money
Brunelleschi, Florence Cathedral Dome, Santa Croce
Michelozzo, Palazzo Medici-Riccardi
Verrocchio, David, Colleoni
Pollaiuolo, Hercules and Antaeus, Battle of the Nudes
Botticelli, Birth of Venus, Portrait of a Youth
ART HISTORY II - UNIT I – 2
Ghirlandaio, Giovanna Tornabuoni
Fra Angelico, Annunciation
Alberti, Palazzo Rucellai, Sant'Andrea, Santa Maria Novella
Mantegna, Camera Picta ceiling and wall painting, Dead Christ
Piero della Francesca, Discovery of the True Cross, Enthroned Madonna
16TH CENTURY ART IN ITALY
HIGH RENAISSANCE IN ITALY
c.1495-1520
Leonardo da Vinci, Last Supper, 1495-8, Mona Lisa, Madonnas
Bramante, Tempietto
Bramante, Michelangelo, et. al., St. Peter's, Vatican
Michelangelo, David 1501-4, Sistine Chapel ceiling 1508-12,
Moses from/for Julius II's tomb, de Medici Tombs
Raphael, School of Athens, Madonnas, Baldassare Castiglione
16th century ART in Italy (after 1520)
Michelangelo, Last Judgment, 1534-41
Correggio, Assumption of the Virgin
Michelangelo, Farnese Palace, Capitoline Hill
VENETIAN RENAISSANCE
1500-1600
Bellini, San Zaccaria Altarpiece, Feast of the Gods
Giorgione, Tempest, Pastoral Concert (Titian?)
Titian, Pesaro Madonna, Venus of Urbino
Tintoretto, Last Supper, (end of century) Miracle of the Slave
Veronese, Feast in the House of Levi, Triumph of Venice
ARCHITECTURE Palladio, San Giorgio Maggiore, Villa Rotonda,
I quattro libri dell' architettura
ART HISTORY II - UNIT I - 3
MANNERISM c. 1520-1600
Italy
Parmigianino, Madonna of the Long Neck
Bronzino, Portrait of a Young Man, Venus, Cupid, Folly and Time
Giovanni da Bologna, Abduction of the Sabine Women
Giulio Romano, Palazzo del Te
RENAISSANCE ART OUTSIDE OF ITALY
16th CENTURY ART
Germany
Matthias Grunewald, Isenheim Altarpiece
Albrecht Durer, Knight, Death and the Devil, Adam and Eve
Four Apostles, Phillip Melanchthon
Aldorfer, Battle of Issus
France
Clouet, Francis I (portrait)
Fontainebleau, wall painting/stucco
Architecture: Goujon: Louvre, Chambourd
Netherlands
Hieronymous Bosch, Garden of Earthly Delight (p 469)
Massys, Money Changer and His Wife
Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Netherlandish Proverbs, Hunters in the Snow,
German artist in England
Hans Holbein the Younger, The French Ambassadors
Spain
Escorial (Phillip II)
El Greco, Burial of Count Orgaz, View of Toledo
VOCABULARY - atmospheric and linear perspective, cartoon, chiaroscuro, foreshortening,
fresco, grisaille, guilded, illuminated manuscripts, in situ, , mural, oil glazes,
pyramidal composition, reliquary, sfumato, tempera, trompe l'oeil, woodcut/engraving
Altarpieces: diptych, triptych, polytych, predella,
Reformation/Counter Reformation, Holy Roman Empire
Architecture terms: balustrade, campanile, loggia, palazzo, piazza, pilasters, portico,
rustication, lantern, cartouche, chateaux
ART HISTORY II - UNIT I - 4
People: de Medici Family, Vitruvius, Julius II, Giorgio Vasari, Dukes of Burgundy,
Martin Luther, Henry VIII, Charles V/Phillip II
CHRONOLOGY
1200s Crusades continue
1309-1377 Popes in Avignon, France (International Gothic)
1348 Black Death
1453 Eastern Roman Empire falls when Moslem Turks take Constantinople
1450s Printing with movable type
1517 Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther in Germany
1519 Charles V became Holy Roman Emperor (to 1556)
1519 Leonardo died in France
1520 Raphael died in Italy
1522 Magellan's crew circumnavigated the globe
1527 Charles V with armies of Germany & Spain sacked Rome, killed 4,000
1533 Henry VIII is excommunicated by Pope, Church of England emerged
1538 Protestants began destroying religious art in Europe
1542 Pope Paul III established Inquisition
1545 Council of Trent (to 1563); Catholic Reformation/Counter-Reformation
1550 First academy of art established in Rome
1560 Puritanism in England
1563, 1590 Plagues swept Europe, 20,000/15,000 killed in London alone
1590 First staging of Shakespeare's plays
FUN STUDY:
Look up the Vatican, Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel on the www
Videos:
Art of the Western World, Parts 3&4, Michael Wood, BBC
The Day the Universe Changed, by James Burke, BBC video series includes programs on
Early Renaissance and Renaissance history and art.
Michelangelo: the Last Giant
Leonardo: To Know How to See, National Gallery of Art
Raphael: The Apprentice Years, The Prince of Painters, Legend and Legacy, ART/BBC, 1983
The Sistine Chapel, Can it be Saved, National Geographic Video
El Greco: Spirit of Toledo, RM Arts, 1982
Many artists biographies are being produced each year!
Movies: Agony and Ecstasy (Michelangelo)
Luther and Queen Margot (foreign, very R) - Reformation
"The Sistine Restoration", National Geographic, December, 1989
(Hundreds of books are available on the Renaissance and its artists)
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