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Italian Renaissance: Art & Architecture
Transcript of Italian Renaissance: Art & Architecture
by: Anne San Severino
Brunelleschi also studied on *perspective* and drew inspiration from the Florence Baptistery, pictured below.
A closer look at the Pazzi Family Coat Of Arms;
The outside of the Pazzi Chapel
Inside of the Pitti Palace
A video on the Pietá;
the sculptor behind it.
Here is a close-up study of the Mona Lisa:
Leonardo da Vinci
An excellent reference to the people in the painting.
David's foot is placed on Goliath's head.
Mary Magdalene, and she is
not married to Jesus Christ.
Just To Say
Sitting to the right of Jesus, that is the apostle John.
An awesome drawing of the Last Supper replicated by Ray Charman.
Some assorted pictures of St. Peter's Basilica:
This visual effect for the Chapel is unbelievable. It's like you really are there. Please click!
*background slide* "
St. John the Baptist"
by Leonardo da Vinci.
Italian Renaissance Art Guessing Game:
*You can click "study" before taking the exam...so you can warm up to artists and their works. Or you can just go right into the exam and try your best! It's only for fun!*
Quiz on Michelangelo, again just for fun!
"The Renaissance Art" Song:
This was......creative. The drawings are great and the music is catchy. *Please know this does have some nude pictures in it*.
The Square of St. Peter.
(The symbolism is somewhat unknown today.)