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Renaissance Art

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Aaron Nguyen

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Ch10 The Renaissance: Renaissance Art pgs.330-334
Renaissance Beliefs
Change in Renaissance art
Masaccio (1401 - 1428)
A cultural movement that spanned the period roughly from the 14th to the 17th century, beginning in Italy in the Late Middle Ages, and later spreading to the rest of Europe.
Their art reflected the talent of the individual and ideas about their society's beliefs.
Religion were essential art pieces, displayed in the work of artist.
Art expressed through architecture, sculpting, painting and the artist well known style.
Geometric structures and perspective were some principal elements in art.
Humanism influenced Renaissance art with how artists depicted the natural world.
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Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
Donatello (1386-1466)
The Pieta made by Michelangelo
Techniques of Famous Artists
The Renaissance
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Started showing more depth in the painting, making it more 3D like.
Also changed by using perspective, which meant they showed a better way of depth, height and width. This made it more realistic, and life-like.
Started using better techniques in the shadowing. Shadows make the painting more alive.
Artists also started making projects more symmetrical.
Colors also changed. Some painters used gold as much as they could in the religious paintings
Brunelleschi (1377 - 1446)
Architecture, Dance, Fine arts, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Science, Technology, Warfare
Donatello (1386 - 1466)
Tommaso di Ser Giovanni di Simone
Born December 21, 1401 at the Republic of Florence
Famous works: Expulsion of Adam and Eve, The San Giovenale, and the Tribute Money
Use of linear perspective
Shading created the illusion of height and depth
Sense of Naturalism
Techniques influenced Botticelli's paintings which influenced Leonardo Da Vinci.
Leo brought more advancements in several fields
Donato di Niccolo di Betto Bardi
Born 1386 at Florence Italy
Died December 13, 1466
Famous artworks: David, Judith and Holofernes, and The Penitent Magdalene
Other art works: The Crucifixion. Virgin and Child
Sculptures clothing looked like clothes should, their robes had the effect as if they were loose and dangling
Influenced the creation of realistic statues
Fillippo di ser Brunellesco di Lippo Lapi
Born at Florence, Italy 1377
Died April 15, 1446
Was a skilled Architect, Sculptor, and Mechanical engineer
Best known for his Architecture
Florence Cathedral, Basilica di San Lorenzo, Ospedale degli Innocenti, Basilica of Santa Croce, Pazzi Chapel, Palazzo Pitti, Santo Spirito, Chruch of St. Mary Of the Angels, and Santo Espirito
Used perspective and geometric designs
Influenced Alberti who use geometric shapes in his designs
Brunelleschi's famous technique, I think it's like geometric structures or something and the Techniques tree map or just make it to a circle map
These artists created works of art that were different from the usual. Each added their own twist in art.
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