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The Renaissance in Italy
Individualism
Materialism
Humanism
Classicism
secularism
in Art,
Education,
Politics, and
other areas of
life…
Vernacular literature
In the common language
Italian in Italy
Not Latin
More people able to read literature
Early Renaissance: Giotto
Giotto
Renaissance Art
Quattrocento—1400s—Early Renaissance
Cinquecento—1500s—High Renaissance
Technique, Technology, Perspective, Anatomy,
etc. each have an impact
Fresco
Painting in
damp plaster
More
permanent
than painting
on dry walls
Mathematic Perspective
ally shows
depth
Brunelleschi
develops it
Portraiture
Reflective of
Individualism
Often showed
the materialism
of the culture
Ghirlandaio
portrait a
perfect example
Leonardo’s Last Supper:
perspective works
Donatello
Early
Renaissance
Painter and
Sculptor
David in
bronze
Michaelangelo
Sistine Chapel, Rome
Largest fresco
Pope Leo X requested the
work
Tomb of Lorenzo;
Pieta
Leonardo da Vinci
A true Renaissance
Man
Scientist—anatomy,
dissections
Painter—Mona
Lisa, portraits, Last
Supper
Inventor—robot,
bridge, screw…
Leo: Ermine and
Genevra
Mona lisa and Itta
Madonna of
the Rocks
Raphael Santi
High
Renaissance
Painter
Realism
Beauty
Peak of
Technical
Mastery
“School of Athens”
Raphael: Leo X
Sandro Botticelli
Madonna of
the
Pomegranite
Rites of Spring/Primavera
Details of Primavera and Venus
Birth of Venus
Botticelli—Portraits of Sandro di Medici
and “unknown woman”
Artemisia Gentileschi
Rediscovered
female artists of
the High
Renaissance
How is this
different/similar
to other pictures
A selfportrait
Later developments: Mantegna,
Carravaggio, Bellini…
Durer
Northern
Renaissance
Durer II