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  • 1.Quattrocento Italian Art

2. EarlyRenaissanceTheme PMA- Perspective- Modeling- AnatomyPositive Mental Attitude P=AM^2 3. What was happening during the quattrocento? Humanism flourished! Gutenbergs printing press Wealth & Power Condottieri (military leaders) Princely Courts The Medici Family 4. The Baptistery doorcompetition of 1401-Originally 7 finalists,only 2 panels survive-Between Brunelleschi &Ghiberti 5. Filippo BrunelleschiSacrifice of Isaac1401-1402gilded bronze relief1 ft. 9 in. x 1 ft. 5 in. 6. Lorenzi GhibertiSacrifice of Isaac1401-1402gilded bronze relief1 ft. 9 in. x 1 ft. 5 in. 7. Or San Michele, Florence, Italy Guilds commission sculptures for niches 8. Nanni di BancoQuattro Santo CoronatiOr San Michele, Florence, Italyca. 1408-1414marblefigure approximately life-size 9. DonatelloSaint MarkOr San Michele, Florence, Italy1411-1413marblefigure 7 ft. 9 in. high 10. DonatelloSaint GeorgeOr San Michele, Florence, Italy1411-1413marblefigure 6 ft. 10 in. high 11. DonatelloFeast of HerodBaptistery,Siena Cathedralca. 1425gilded bronze relief1 ft. 11 in. x 1 ft. 11 in. 12. Lorenzo GhibertiGates of ParadiseBaptistery, Florence Cathedral1425-1452gilded bronze reliefapproximately 17 ft. high 13. Perspective - constructing convincing illusion of space in 2Dimagery Linear perspectiveAtmospheric perspective 14. Lorenzo GhibertiGates of ParadiseIsaac and His SonsBaptistery, Florence Cathedral1425-1452gilded bronze reliefpanel approximately 2 ft. 7 1/2 in. x 2 ft. 7 1/2 in. 15. Lorenzo GhibertiIsaac and His SonsBaptistery, Florence Cathedral1425-1452gilded bronze relief 16. Symbol of FlorenceFirst fully nude malefreestandingsculpture sinceantiquity Donatello David ca. 1428-1432 bronze 5 ft. 2 1/4 in. high 17. Andrea del VerrocchioDavidca. 1465-1470bronzeapproximately 4 ft. 1 1/2 in. high 18. Antonio PollaiuoloHercules and Anteusca. 1475bronzeapproximately 18 in. high 19. Condottieres (military leaders)DonatelloGattamelata (Erasmo da Narni)Piazza del Santo, Padua, Italyca. 1445-1450bronzeapproximately 11 x 13 ft. 20. Andrea del VerrocchioBartolommeo ColleoniCampo dei Santi, Venice Italyca. 1483-1488bronzeapproximately 13 ft. high 21. FLORENTINE PAINTINGGentile da FabrianoAdoration of the MagiAltarpiecefrom Santa Trinita,Florence, Italy1423tempera on woodapproximately9 ft. 11 in. x 9 ft. 3 in. 22. MasaccioTribute MoneyBrancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence, Italyca. 1427fresco8 ft. 1 in. x 19 ft. 7 in. 23. MasaccioExpulsion of Adam and Eve from EdenBrancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine,Florence, Italyca. 1425fresco7 ft. x 2 ft. 11 in. 24. One-point perspectiveMasaccioHoly TrinitySanta Maria Novella, Florence, Italyca. 1428fresco21 ft. x 10 ft. 5 in. 25. MasaccioHoly TrinitySanta Maria Novella, Florence, Italyca. 1428fresco21 ft. x 10 ft. 5 in. 26. Pyramidalcomposition 27. I was once what you are, and what I am you will become 28. Fra AngelicoAnnunciationSan Marco, Florence, Italyca. 1440-1445fresco7 ft. 1 in. x 10 ft. 6 in. 29. Andrea del CastagnoLast SupperRefectory monastery of SantApollonia,Florence, Italy1447frescoapproximately 15 x 32 ft. 30. Fra Filippo Lippi, the Florentine badboyFra Filippo LippiMadonna and Child with Angelsca. 1455tempera on woodapproximately 3 ft. x 2 ft. 1 in. 31. Domenico GhirlandaioBirth of the VirginSanta Maria Novella, Florence, Italy1485-1490fresco Religious + secular imagery 32. Domenico GhirlandaioGiovanna Tornabuoni1448oil and tempera on woodapproximately 2 ft. 6 in. x 1 ft. 8 in. 33. Paolo UccelloBattle of San Romanoca. 1455tempera on woodapproximately 6 ft. x 10 ft. 5 in. Gentiles Adoration of the Magi 34. Sandro BotticelliPrimaveraca. 1482tempera on canvas5 ft. 8 in. x 9 ft. 1 in. 35. Sandro BotticelliMedici patronage reflects their sincereThe Birth of Venuslove of art and wide and eclectic tastesca. 1482tempera on canvas5 ft. 8 in. x 9 ft. 1 in. 36. Antonio PollaiuolocorchBattle of the Ten Nudesca. 1465engravingapproximately 15 x 23 in. 37. Innovations: -Double shell -Ribs -Heavy lanternFilippo Brunelleschidome of Florence CathedralFlorence, Italy1420-1436**Roman influence! 38. Filippo Brunelleschiinterior of Santo SpiritoFlorence, Italybegun ca. 1436 39. Filippo Brunelleschiplan of Santo SpiritoFlorence, Italybegun ca. 1436planned constructed 40. Filippo Brunelleschiinterior of Santo SpiritoFlorence, Italybegun ca. 1436 41. Filippo BrunelleschiPazzi, Chapel, Santa CroceFlorence, Italybegun ca. 1440 42. Filippo Brunelleschi(loggia by Giuliano da Maiano)Pazzi, Chapel, Santa CroceFlorence, Italybegun ca. 1440 43. Family endowed chapelsFilippo BrunelleschiPazzi, Chapel, Santa CroceFlorence, Italybegun ca. 1440 pietra serena 44. CorniceStringcoursesDressed masonryRusticationMichelozzo di BartolommeoPalazzo Medici-RiccardiFlorence, Italybegun 1444Why didnt Brunellechi design the Medici Palace? 45. Michelozzo di BartolommeoPalazzo Medici-RiccardiFlorence, Italybegun 1444 46. Leon Battista AlbertiFirst Renaissance architect to understand RomanArchitecture in depthAdvocated a system of ideal proportions central plan as ideal form for Christianchurches an arch should be supported by a sectionof wall (a pier) and not by a column Disposed of medieval arcade used forcenturiesApplied classical elements to contemporarybuildings 47. Leon Battista AlbertiPalazzo RucellaiFlorence, Italyca. 1452-1470 48. Leon Battista AlbertiWest faade of Santa Maria NovellaFlorence, Italy San Miniatoca. 1458-1470 49. PeruginoChrist Delivering the Keys of the Kingdom to Saint PeterSistine Chapel, Vatican, Rome, Italy1481-1483fresco11 ft. 5 1/2 in. x 18 ft. 8 1/2 in. 50. Savonarola Burn the vanities! Exile the Medici!Luca SignorelliDamned Cast into HellSan Brizio Chapel, Orvietto Cathedral,Orvietto, Italy1499-1504frescoapproximately 23 ft. wide 51. Sacra conversazionePiero della FrancescaEnthroned Madonna and SaintsAdored by Federico de Montefeltroca. 1472-1474oil on panel8 ft. 2 in. x 5 ft. 7 in. 52. Piero della FrancescaFlagellation of Christca. 1455-65oil on panel111 x 28 Piero Mathematics 53. How does Alberti combineclassical elements to fit aChristian purpose?Leon Battista Albertifaade of SantAndreaMantua, Italydesigned ca. 1470 54. + 55. SantAndrea, interior 56. Andrea MantegnaCamera degli SposiPalazzo Ducale, Mantua, Italy1474fresco 57. Andrea MantegnaCamera degli Sposi ceilingPalazzo Ducale, Mantua, Italy1474fresco8 ft. 9 in. diameter 58. Andrea MantegnaDead Christca. 1501tempera on canvas2 ft. 2 3/4 in. x 2 ft. 7 7/8 in. 59. Sandro BotticelliPortrait of a Youthearly 1480stempera on panel16 x 12 in. 60. Domenico GhirlandaioA Man with His Grandchildca. 1480-90oil and tempera on wood24 3/8 in. x 18 1/8 in.

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