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Andrea del Sarto

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Christine Betts

on 1 October 2012

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Transcript of Andrea del Sarto

Andrea del Sarto Christine Betts & Meg Cunningham Andrea del Sarto was born on July 16th, 1486 in Florence, Italy. He died in the same city on Sept 29, 1530. HUMANISM This painting, Punishment of the Gamblers, provides an example of Andrea del Sarto's humanistic views. It celebrates and points out pitfalls, sins, and the consequences of these for the human race. Humanism is the celebration of human achievement and ability. It is about what we, as humans have done, and what we have the ability to do. SECULARISM Secularism is a separation from the church and religious thoughts. This painting, Self Portrait, represents secularism because it is a painting of and by Andrea del Sarto that has nothing to do with religion or the church. INDIVIDUALISM Indi Individualism is thinking for yourself and being independent. It is about expressing your beliefs and possessing intellectual freedom. Andrea was born the son of a tailor, which is how he received the surname Sarto (=tailor). This painting, The Last Supper, represents individualism because it shows Andrea del Sarto's personal thoughts on the last supper. Also, it is different than other paintings about the last supper during the renaissance period. When he was seven, Andrea del Sarto was a goldsmith's apprentice, but because of his talent in drawing he was put under the direction of the artist Gian Barile. After joining a painter's guild on December 12, 1508, Andrea del Sarto was known as an independent artist. SKEPTICISM Skepticism means to question the powers that be. Del Sarto was influenced by other artists like Piero di Cosimo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Perugino. Around 1511 was when Andrea del Sarto was considered to be a successful and well know artist. Patrons of Andrea del Sarto include Servi di Maria (a religous leader), Francis I (King of France), and Compagnia dello Scalzo (a religous and community leader). CLASSICISM CLASSICISM IS THE GLORIFICATION OF ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN EMPIRES AND ALL OF THEIR HISTORY. The elements of classicism are shown in this painting are the Greco Roman column and the Greek writing and relief are considered classic elements. Classicism is the glorification of ancient Greek and Roman values and history. Skepticism means to question the powers that be. This painting is called The Last Supper, contrary to the traditional painting, shows naked bodies and sketched figures, rather than more detailed depictions. WELL-ROUNDEDNESS This painting represents well-roundedness because of the angles shown, as well as the variety of colors and styles of clothing of the people in the painting. Well-Roundedness means to have an interest in a variety of fields or studies. THE END Thanks for watching!
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