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MICHELANGELO
Middle Ages -> artists seen
as “artisans” = skilled
craftsman
In the Renaissance/by the
end of the 15th -> the artists
came to be seen as artistic
geniuses -> the spark of the
divine
Artist as a hero -> “Il
Divino” = the divine one =
Michelangelo
Rise in social and economic
status for the artist
ITALIAN RENAISSANCE
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Focus on the human
form
Technical artistic skills
led to realism
Frescos = walls
paintings on wet plaster
NORTHERN
RENAISSANCE
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THE PROPHET
DANIEL – CEILING
OF THE SISTINE
CHAPEL -> FRESCO
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Illuminated
manuscripts
Wooden panel
paintings for altarpieces
Focus on rendering
details
Oil painting
Focus on religious
subjects not pagan
THE GHENT ALTARPIECE
“THE VIRGIN OF CHACELLOR ROLIN”
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Key artist in artistic center of Flanders
First to use oil paints -> new colors and finer
detail
GIOVANNI ARNOLFINI AND HIS BRIDE
PORTRAIT OF OSWOLT
KREL BY ALBRECHT
DURER – NORTHER
RENAISSANCE PAINTER
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Northern Renaissance artist from Germany
HARE
DURER SELF PORTRAIT
ADAM AND EVE
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Dufay – most important composer of
Renaissance music
Music shifted from being only for the church to
royal courts and cities = secular music
The madrigal –
a poem set to music