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AP World History
Transcript of AP World History
AP World History
Unit 9: Te Renaisssance and Reformation Project
Michelangelo (1475-1564) was a sculptor, painter and architect widely considered to be one of the greatest artists of the Italian Renaissance period—and arguably of all time. His work demonstrated a blend of psychological insight, physical realism and intensity never before seen. His contemporaries recognized his extraordinary talent, and Michelangelo received commissions from some of the most wealthy and powerful men of his day, including popes and others affiliated with the Catholic Church.
Raffaello Sanzio, or Raphael, was born on April 6, 1483 in the town of Urbino, Italy. He was a painter and architect during the High Renaissance period. Compared to other Masters of the time, Raphael remained productive, running a workshop that included 50 students and assistants. Much of his works remain, since they were done mainly for the Vatican. His artworks are commonly organized into three phases: his early career, which conveyed the influence of his teacher; the Florentine period, when Raphael went to the city for four years; and his final years in which he produced his best works
Sandro Botticelli was born in the mid-1440s in Florence, Italy. As a boy, he apprenticed as a goldsmith and then with master painter Filippo Lippi. By his forties, Botticelli was himself a master and contributed to the decoration the Sistine Chapel. His best known work is The Birth of Venus. He died in 1510.
Leonardo Da Vinci!
Da Vinci (67) was a insanely smart man, he created art like no one else and even created things thatve never had been done. Not Many of his things are that known by a commoner but there are some and most likely those two will be " The Last Supper" and " The Mona Lisa".
The Last Supper
Lady with an Ermine
Virgin on the Rocks
Leonardo Da Vinci is best known for the Mona Lisa and The last supper. These two painting are always messed with and made funny and when i was searching who i wanted do this on i thought why not have fun while im doing it. Along with funny parodys you get to actualy research his gorgeous materpieces and inventions.
The Creation of Adam
Sistine Chapel Ceiling
I admire Michelangelo mainly for his painting on the Sistine Chapel ceiling. It amazing me how he painted something that extraordinary on a ceiling without any assistance, which was common back then.
Calumny of Apelles
Madonna of the Magnificat
The Mystical Nativity
The Birth of Venus
I was inspired to choose Botticelli because of The Birth of Venus and the context behind it and what it means. Venus, is illustrated as a beautiful and chaste goddess and symbol of the coming spring. Her depiction as a nude is significant in itself, given that during this time in Renaissance history almost all artwork was of a Christian theme, and nude women were hardly ever portrayed.
The School of Athens
Lady with a Unicorn
Disputation of the Holy Sacrament
Raphael inspires me because of the depth and beauty his art has. Although he got inspiration from Michelangel, his art seems unique to himself and stands out. The shadowsand light were the turning points in his art work.
Titian was acklowladged as the master of painting in Venice. He received early training from prominent Venetian painters including both Gentile and Giovanni Bellini, and absorbed much about color and technique from his affiliation with Giorgione. His work is characterized by pure colors and idealized beauty in nature and humans.
St. John and the Evangalist on Patmost
Sacred and Profane Love
Bacchus and Ariadne
Titian and Flora
Diana and Actaeon
Titian inspired me because of his versatility. His art work Flora is admiring to me because of her beauty in the picture and they way he painted her. He really brought out the color and beauty in her features and made her life like.