TAMU ARTS 150 - Early Renaissance (2 pages)

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Early renaissance in Florence and the Western and Eastern Roman Empires


Lecture number:
2
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Texas A&M University
Course:
Arts 150 - Art History Survey Ii
Edition:
2
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ARTS 150 1st Edition Lecture 2 Outline of Lecture 2 I Gothic a Origin b Cathedral de Notre Dame Outline of Lecture 3 I Republic of Florence center of Renaissance II Western and Eastern Roman Empire Current Lecture Renaissance rebirth Humanism renaissance sees humans as essentially good and rational Artists begin to question certain Medieval Christian beliefs Ex If you get sick Before god is mad at you and you have to suffer After you re just sick and you can take medicine I Republic of Florence main center where the Renaissance movement starts has enough wealth to patronize art a Compare i Cathedral Notre Dame of Chartres 1190 1250 France Gothic ii Palazzo della Signoria early 14th Florence late medieval early renaissance iii Loggia dei Lanzi l 14th Florence early Renaissance iv Pont du Gard 1st c CE France belief the enlightened city should invest in art for its people to enjoy and experience II Western and Eastern Roman Empire a Christ in Majesty 12th c Byzantine fresco Stylized simplified enough key features for recognition but not natural flat no illusion of depth b Virgin and Child Enthroned l 13th c Florence Italo Byzantine tempura by Cimabue 12 i shading becomes subtler art takes on a more natural appearance Hieratic scale main focus of piece is the largest Tempera mineral pigments mixed with egg yolk and painted on These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute c Virgin and child enthroned early 14th Florence early Renaissance tempura on wood by Giotto 11 i depth is being incorporated shading occlusion to show depth overlapping d Scrovegni or Arena Chapel 1305 e Renaissance by Giotto fresco building walls and ceiling barrel roof Usury lending at high interest Fresco wall arriccio rough plaster intonaco smooth plaster water based paint on damp intonaco must be completed before plaster dries piece by piece e Lamentation 1305 e Renaissance by Giotto fresco



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