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Transcript of Italian Renaissance
line LIGHTLY. Then create the vanishing point. -Oil on Stretched Canvas -Perspective -Use of Light and Shadow -Pyramid Configuration Light and Shadow Horizon Line Pyramid Configuration Federigo Gonzaga (1500–1540) Intoretto Jacopo Robusti Italy 1518 1594>6 Oil On Stretched Canvas Allysa Davis, Jadifaye Dineros, Brandon Gorham Created By: Texture Emphasis Bibliography: Francesco Francia Popular Pastimes Games of Chance -Card Games
-Gambling Production of Drama -Music
-Playing Instruments Clothing Woman Men -A long undergarment
-Long waisted, stiff bodice
-Loose fitted Sleeves -Vests
-Wide Upper Sleeves
-Collars Use of Pyramid Configuration
Proportionate Figures Perspective Drawing Supplies
Colored Pencils Setting up your paper: What should be in my drawing? 4 Items (not-including floor & window)
texture and color The Printing Press Johann Gutenberg
Printed books more quickly and cheaply
Changed society 1. Name 3 new artistic techniques that arose from this time period.
2. What invention allowed ideas to be spread more quickly?
3. Name 1 popular pastime of the Italian Renaissance time period. Quiz! "Pieta" by Michangelo (1498-1500) Works Cited Modern World History textbook
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pieta_de_Michelangelo_-_Vaticano.jpg Pedro Serra (1390s)
Madonna with Angels Playing Music Ambrogio Borgognone (1490s)
Madonna and Child 4 Middle Ages Renaissance War and Plague
Church-centered ideas Rebirth of intellectual & creative thought
People began to question
Humanism-focus on individual
Influence modern-day society