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High Renaissance Art
Transcript of High Renaissance Art
From Early to High Renaissance
When and Where
Write at least three facts about Early Renaissance Art. Use three bullets to organize your information.
The artistic revolution of the Early Renaissance matured to the High Renaissance.
We find in this era the works of the greatest artists ever known.
Centered in Florence and Rome
End of 15th and early 16th centuries
High Renaissance in Italy is the climax of Renaissance art, from 1500-1525.
Explosion of creative genius.
Technical competence, rich artistic imagination and heroic composition.
Artists achieved ideal of harmony and balance comparable with the works of ancient Greece or Rome.
Forms, colors, proportions, light, shade effects, spatial harmony, composition, perspective, anatomy - all are handled with total control.
Level of accomplishment for which there are no real precedents.
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo most famous works include "The Last Supper" and "Mona Lisa."
Only seventeen of his paintings survived.
Artist, but also interested in science and engineering.
Kept notebooks comprised 13,000 pages.
Italian poet, sculptor, painter, and architect.
Famous for the stupendous fresco in The Sistine Chapel.
Painter and architect of the Florentine school
Died on his 37th birthday
Studied under Pietro Perugino
After moving to Florence he soon adopted the styles of Leonardo and Michelangelo