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The Renaissance Art

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Sara El-Sayed

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an anatomist an engineer an artist The Italian Renaissance Art Where and When? Characteristics of the Renaissance Art born in Italy on March (6,1475)
died on February (18,1564)
Renaissance Man
Lorenzo de ' Medici Michelangelo Donatello Leonardo Da Vinci Raphael -Italy -After the Middle Ages:
Between the 13th and
16th Century Renaissance is a .... -Re-birth - Transition from the Middle Ages
to the modern world Characteristics of the Renaissance Period -Appearance of Patrons -Great geographical discoveries -Breaking of the feudal system -Secular (Modern) Mentality -Individualism -Humanism -Nationalism Classicism: Early Renaissance:
Greek and Roman
concepts where and when was he born? -Italy, in the High Renaissance
-Born in 1483, on the 6th of April
-Died in 1520, on the 6th of April Apoxyomenos David Lysippos Michelangelo marble Raphael's paintings nude statues figures balance contrapposto Realism/Naturalism - Early Renaissance: Humanism -Religious and non-religious themes -High Renaissance: Human anatomy Pope Julius ll Stanza della Segnature Room of the Segnatura Room of Constantine Room of Heliodorus Chigi Chapel Raphael's architectures Room of The Fire in the Borgo Upon his tombstone, it is inscribed "Here lies that famous Raphael by whom Nature feared to be conquered while he lived, and when he was dying, feared herself to die", written by Pietro Bembo *Donatello was an Italian sculptor of the Early Renaissance whose work is seen as a bridge from classic to modern art. He is considered to be one of the founders of modern sculpture* *He used a special sort of sculpture technique called shallow relief in which made his work look very real * * His figures characterized as individuals * The Equestrian Statue of Gattamelata Bronze David *Donatello 's Sculpture* Famous Works The Sistine Chapel The Last Judgement The Creation Of Adam Statue Of David Pieta Renaissance Man: Individualism Law of Perspective Artists as celebrities Multitasking
Multitalented Portrait of Ginevra de'Benci Leonardo da Vinci Michelangelo Doni Tondo ( The Holy Family) Virgin Enthroned with Angels Cimabue Leonardo Da Vinci Virgin of the Rocks -Glorifying of one person -Portraits of regular individuals Leonardo Da vinci The Mona Lisa - shading and shadowing (Foreshortening) - Three dimensions instead of two dimensions - four modes of color Chiaroscuro sfumato cangiantismo Unione Madonna and the Child
Da Vinci The Last Supper
Da Vinci Creation of Adam
Michelangelo Saint Catherine of Alexandria
Raphael - Artistic fame - Popes or patrons honored through art - Perfection and recognition Michelangelo Leonardo Da Vinci contrapposto He was an Italian artist. He was born in 1452 in the town of Vinci,
near Florence. He died in 1519 on the 2nd of MAy. A renaissance man a sculptor a botanist a scientist His paintings Mona Lisa The last supper *shallow relief* *what is the main characteristics of his figures * ? The School of Athens Deliverance of Saint Peter The Fire in The Borgo The Baptism of Constantine Palazzo Branconio dell'Aquila Perfected the art of facial expressions The Renaissance Period an inventor The statue of St.Mark Michelangelo said of Donatello's statue, "I've never seen a more convincing image of an honest man than this statue, and if the evangelist was like that I could believe everything he wrote The virgin of the rock louvre version London version The Horse Leonardo Da Vinci Vitruvian Man Raphael Michelanglo Donatello ThanK You
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