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Leonardo da Vinci. Raphael. Michelangelo. Sculptor. Painter ... Leonardo da Vinci. Also a 'Renaissance man' of many talents. A sculptor, painter, and inventor ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Renaissance Art


1
Renaissance Art
  • An overview of early to late Renaissance Artists
    and their works
  • Put together by Deborah Burk

2
Characteristics of Renaissance art
  • More realistic v. stylistic than medieval art
    seen on the right
  • Artists studied anatomy from cadavers and
    celebrated the beauty of the human form
  • Often landscapes and classical themes in the
    background
  • More secular subjects

3
Artists of the Renaissance
  • Italian Artists
  • Donatello
  • Michelangelo
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Raphael

4
Michelangelo
  • Sculptor
  • Painter
  • Architect
  • Known for realistic, muscular portrayals

5
Michelangelo

David
6
The Pieta
7
The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
8
Adam after creation part of the Sistine Chapel
9
A detail of Adam and God from the Sistine Chapel,
Vatican
10
St. Peters Dome in Rome
11
Leonardo da Vinci
  • Also a Renaissance man of many talents.
  • A sculptor, painter, and inventor
  • Best known for works like the Mona Lisa and
    The Last Supper, with realistic portrayals
    gained by his knowledge of anatomy.

12
The Mona Lisa
13
The Last Supper
14
Flying machine
15
Ana-tomical sketches
16
Ginevra de' Benci
17
Self-portrait
18
Artists of the Northern Renaissance
  • Jan and Hubert van Eyck
  • Peter Bruegel
  • Peter Paul Rubens

19
Jan van Eyck(some think he is the same as Hubert)
  • Portrayal of townspeople
  • Used rich colors
  • Many secular themes

20
Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride (Green was the
color of fertility, and the bride is slouching to
imitate pregnancy to show her willingness to bear
children)
21
Portrait of a man (Self-portrait?)
22
Hubert van Eyck
  • Some think Jan and Hubert were the same man

23
The Crucifixion
24
The Three Marys at the Tomb
25
Portrait of Jan de Leeuw
26
Pieter Brugel
  • Best known for his village scenes peasant life
  • Great detail

27
January
28
the dance
29
The tower of Babel
30
Peter Paul Rubens
  • Portrayed pagan figures
  • Blended realism of Flemish painters with
    classical themes on large canvasses.

31
The judgment of Paris
32
A representation of the manger scene
33
William Shakespeare
  • Writer
  • From England
  • Wrote in vernacular (English), not Latin
  • Invented over 1700 words (bedroom, zany, etc.)

34
Miguel Cervantes
  • Writer from Spain
  • Wrote Don Quixote
  • 1st modern novel that was read for fun!!
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