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Transcript of Renaissance

The Renaissance
Renaissance Art Slide Show

Botticelli

Giotto


Ghiberti


Donatello


Michelangelo


Raphael


Da Vinci
Ghiberti
Botticeli
Donatello
Middle Age Art
Giotto
Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo Da Vinci Exploration


Life of Leonardo




The Renaissance




Mind of the Master



Treatise on Nature



Of the Waters



The Heavens



On Light and Color



The Nature of Water



Elements in Balance



Changing World



Engineering Water



Sun, Moon and Earth



Codex Leicester



Da Vinci Gallery
Defend this statement.
The Renaissance never ended. Even today the ideals of the renaissance are still being practiced in our world.










In what way are you a Renaissance person?










Please list three characteristics of Humanist thought. What did they believe?













Who is your favorite Renaissance person and why?
Authors of The Renaissance

Francesco Petrarch (1304-1374)
“The Father of Humanism”
Criticism of Ignorance




Leonardo Bruni (1374-1444)
“Study of Greek Literature and a Humanist Educational Program”




According to Petrarch , what was the great fault of the scholars of his age?




What made Petrarch aware that a renaissance, or rebirth of classical learning was necessary in his time?




Why did Leonardo Bruni abandon his earlier course of studies to pursue the study of Greek literature?




Why did Bruni insist on the importance of studying Latin grammar and imitating the best models of Latin style?





Why did Bruni consider the study of history of crucial importance?



Why did Bruni recommend the study of ancient classical oratory?



What benefit did Bruni see in the study of the ancient poets?



From Bruni’s viewpoint, what two things were needed to acquire a good education?



Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494)
“Oration on the Dignity of Man”




1. According to Mirandola, what quality did human beings alone possess? What did
its possession allow them to do?



2. How does Pico’s oration on human dignity exemplify the emergence of the new
psychological outlook of the Renaissance?





Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527)
“The Prince”




1. In what respect did Machiavelli claim to be breaking new ground in his study of statecraft?




2. What was Machiavelli’s view of human nature?





3. In what ways was Machiavelli’s advice to princes a break with the teachings of
medieval political and moral philosophers?




4. Compare Machiavelli’s view of the political man with the picture of human
beings outlined by Pico and Bruni in the earlier reading.



5. What ethical standard did Machiavelli seem to endorse for politicians who wish
to succeed?
http://www.italian-renaissance-art.com/
Artist Website
World History: Connections to Today Name ______________
Chapter 14 pages 334-341- The Renaissance in Italy

Assessment Identify (5 W’s)
Lorenzo de’ Medici-

Francesco Petrarch-

Leonardo Da Vinci-

Michelangelo-

Baldassare Castiglione-

Niccolò Machiavelli-




Define
patron-

humanism-

humanities-

perspective-




Comprehension
What conditions in Italy contributed to the emergence of the Renaissance?


Identify the concerns and attitudes emphasized during the Renaissance?


How did Renaissance art reflect humanist concerns?


In what way might you consider yourself a Renaissance person?




Critical Thinking and Writing
Making Inferences: Why might powerful rulers and wealthy business people choose to become patrons of the arts during the Renaissance?




Linking Past and Present: In The Prince, Machiavelli advised rulers that it “is much safer to be feared than loved.” (a) What did he mean by that? (b) Do you think a political leader today would be wise to follow that advice? Why or why not?
Middle Ages to Renaissance
Overview
Virtual Sistine
Michelangelo
E
asy to find brief videos for all artists of this period. See the Richard Bangs Ren. videos
Leonardo 3:06
art and music
Secrets of Leonardo
Paintings with titles
Super clarity
drawings
4:34
http://youtu.be/9cZMR5-d0O8
http://youtu.be/mSponGZo128
1:22
History Channel: Life of...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_works_by_Leonardo_da_Vinci
The Plan
Agony and Ecstasy Proloque
A & E or History Channel Biography
Dream Machines
Draw these cartoons!
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=grotesque+da+vinci+sketches&view=detail&id=095AB4D12294292258F095AB593C4382C19D9958&first=0&qpvt=grotesque+da+vinci+sketches&FORM=IDFRIR

Bizarre da Vinci sketches
Raphael
Tomb of Giuliano de' Medeci
Tomb of Lorenzo de' Medeci
Tomb of Julius II
Last Judgement
Sistine Chapel
http://www.christusrex.org/www1/sistine/0-Ceiling.html
He who knows he does not know is the wisest man of all.
-Socrates
Petrarch
Bruni
Mirandola
Humanism
http://www.google.com/The_School_of_Athens link
1483-1520
20 Greatest
1508
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_School_of_Athens
Life of Leonardo
The Renaissance
Renaissance = Rebirth
Rebirth of what?
Middle Age vs. Renaissance Art
Renaissance Man = person with wide range of interests
How are YOU a Renaissance Person?
Renaissance did not take place at the same time everywhere in Europe.

Begins in Italy around 1300 A.D.
New approaches to Art, Writing and Thought would spread through Europe
Renaissance begins in Northern Italy

Florence
Genoa

Venice
Why were these cities centers of new thought and art?

A)

B)

C)
Define Patron-
Who were the primary patrons during the Renaissance?
Characteristics if The Renaissance


1) Importance of the individual (humanism):


2) Love of Classical Learning:


3) Enjoyment of worldly pleasures:


4) Study of the Liberal Arts
1304-1374
1374-1444
1463-1494
Renaissance Artists
April 15 1452-May 2 1519
David
March 6 1475-February 18, 1564
Madonna of the Meadow
Battle of the Centaurs

1492
Rondanini Pieta
La Pieta
Madonna of the Stairs
Michelangelo Works in 5 Minutes
1266-1337
1445-1510
1386-1466
Johannes Gutenberg

1398-1468

Printing press-1450 ish
1378-1455
Impact on lives of the people then and now
Renaissance Short Answer
1) Would you rather be a patron or an artist?
Why do you make this choice? (Benefits and Value)
2) In what ways did the printing press change society?
Elaborate in at least 5 sentences.
Chapter 17 -1300-1600
European Renaissance and Reformation

Read: Read 468-487
Answer: Questions 1-8 on both 477 & 485

Standard 4:
Students will understand the influence of revolution and social change in the transition from Early Modern to Contemporary societies.

Objective 1:
Assess the importance of intellectual and cultural change on Early Modern society.

* Examine the key events, ideas, and people of the Renaissance.
Due next class:
1 page on any artist we have talked about
-When and where did they live
-Stories from their life
-How was the art they made Humanistic
-Personal thoughts

OR

1 artistic piece of work recreating a masterpiece
School 0f Athens sheet

1) Identify Figures

2) Modern Day Great Minds
Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissanc (2/4)
Over the long weekend:

1) Identify people on back of
notes sheet

2) Study for test
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