medieval & renaissance art
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Medieval & Renaissance Art
Art is reflective of the historical settingCharacteristics of Medieval ArtDifferent MediumsByzantine IconsCharacteristics of Renaissance ArtEarly Italian RenaissanceNorthern RenaissanceHigh Renaissance
Characteristics of Medieval ArtLacks depth or perspectiveFigures are stiff and elongatedFacial expressions lack emotionsBackground frequently a solid color with tempra
Bayeaux Tapestry 11th Century-Halleys Comet
Bayeaux Tapestry1066AD Battle of Hastings
Byzantine Icon9th Century
Characteristics of Renaissance ArtIndividualism-Emphasized the uniqueness of each face and figure with emotions.Balance and Proportion-More realistic, tried to make art imitate life.Perspective- The impression of depth and distance.New Materials- Developed oil painting technique, create new colors and textures.
Giotto 1267-1337St Francis Fresco Cycle First use of Chiarascuro(light and shadow)
Masaccios The Tribute Money 1427 First use of linear perspective.
Donatellos David 1440First large cast bronze
Botticellis Birth of Venus 1480Neoplatonism, return to mythology
Sistine Chapel Ceiling 1512-1518Four years working on his back
Creation of Adamfrom Sistine Chapel
Temptation and Fall from Paradise from Sistine Chapel
Raphaels School of Athens 1510Master of design and perspective
School of Athens-detail
Leonardo da Vinci 1452-1519Ideal Renaissance Man
Studies from his notebook
First work with Verrocchio1472
Mona Lisa(La Gioconda)1503First use of sfumato
Northern RenaissanceRenaissance spirit catching on in the Northern European cities.Renaissance ideas spread through trade and development of Guttenbergs moveable type.New innovations in artistic style arise.
Jan Van Eykes Arnolfini Wedding1430First use of oil based paints
Rembrandts Abraham and Isaac 1634Dutch artist famous for use of light and shadow.
Pietre Brueghels Peasant WeddingFamous for scenes of everyday life
Brueghels The Fall of Icarus 1558
Albrecht Durers Four Horsemen 1498First Artist to sign his work. Woodcut
Hans Holbeins Portraits 1536-1540German Born, Most famous portrait painter
Brunelleschis Dome in Florence , 1420-1436