The Renaissance by gjjur4356

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									       RENAISSANCE ARTISTS
GIOTTO (1267)            1st genius of Renaissance
                         Broke from Middle Age Art
BRUNELLESCHI (1377)      -Developed concept of “Linear Perspective”
                         -Dome on Cathedral of Florence
GHIBERTI (1378)          -Won competition to make doors for Baptistry in Florence
                         -”______________________________” (27 years to complete)
                         -developed 3D sculpture
JAN VAN EYCK (1395)      Perfected use of “____________ Painting”
MASACCIO (1401)          1ST to use ideas of “light” to increase realism
BOTTECELLI (1444)        1st to paint full length nude female
                         The Birth of Venus – most pagan art piece of Renaissance
ALBRECHT DURER (1471) Engravings – faster more $$

PIETER BRUEGEL (1525)    Paintings of peasants - The Peasant Dance

EL GRECO (1541)          Most well known of “_____________________ Renaissance”
  Born in 1475 in a
   small town near
     Florence, is
considered to be one
of the most inspired
 men who ever lived
David     CEILING OF
        SISTINE CHAPEL
 La Pieta 1499
Marble Sculpture
   1452-1519
Painter, Sculptor,
    Architect,
     Engineer
I.Q = est. ____
    Genius!
Mona Lisa




            Notebooks
The Last Supper
Raphael
  Painter
1483-1520
The School of Athens
                             DONATELLO - 1386




                                       “GATTAMELATA”
          “DAVID”              controversial at the time - it was an
   1st freestanding nude      equestrian monument glorifying a man
sculpted since Roman times       who was just a man, not a ruler
     Literature flourished during the Renaissance
 This can be greatly attributed to _______________
In 1455 Gutenberg printed the first book produced by
                 using moveable type.

     “_________________Bible”
___________ “The Divine Comedy”
(1265)        soul’s progression to salvation
                a)Hell b)Purgatory
                c)Heaven
PETRARCH 1st Humanist – wrote in vernacular –
(1304)      ____________ = Muse
___________ “The Canterbury Tales”
(1343)        collection of tales about English
              society
Erasmus   DUTCH HUMANIST
          “____________________ Humanist”
          1466-1536
          Vernacular form of the _________
          “I disagree very much with those
          who are unwilling that Holy
          Scripture, translated into the
          vernacular, be read by the
          uneducated . . . As if the strength
          of the Christian religion consisted in
          the ignorance of it”
          “The Praise of Folly”
          Used humor to show the immoral and
          ignorant behavior of people, including
          the clergy. He felt people would be
          open minded and be kind to others.
Niccolò Machiavelli
       1469-1527
       “The _____________”
       Machiavelli believed:
       “One can make this generalization
       about men: they are ungrateful,
       fickle, liars, and deceivers, they shun
       danger and are greedy for profit”
       Machiavelli observed city-state rulers
       of his day and produced guidelines for
       the acquisition and maintenance of
       power by absolute rule.
       He felt that a ruler should be willing
       to do anything to maintain control
       without worrying about conscience.
 • Better for a ruler to be __________ than
                to be ________
• Ruler should be quick and decisive in decision
                     making
 • Ruler keeps power by any means necessary
     • Be good when possible, and evil when
                    necessary
  • “The ______ jusTifies The _________”
CASTIGLIO
   NE
1478-1529

“______________________________
__”
   describes manners, skills,
   learning, and virtues a
   member of the court should
   have

“Ideal Man” – athletic, good at games
,but not a gambler, plays musical
instruments, reads literature and
history, and is not arrogant

“Ideal Woman” – graceful, kind, active
but reserved, beautiful - “for outer
beauty is the true sign of inner
Sir Thomas More
English Humanist
1478-1535
“_____________________”
A book about a perfect society
Believed men and women live in
harmony. No private property,
no one is lazy, all people are
educated and the justice system
is used to end crime instead of
executing criminals.


-__________, IN (George Rapp)
    SHAKESPEARE
1564-1616

Greatest writer of Renaissance

37 plays

________________ Theater

Ben Jonson (fellow playwright)
 “…Shakespeare was not of an
 age, but for all time.”

								
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