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Title: Renaissance 1400-1700 There are in history ever-so-brief moments that explore with new ideas, new ways of expression, and triumphant masterpieces of art. The Renaissance was such a time Rather than trusting in superstitions and beliefs as in the M


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The Renaissance 'Individual'
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  • Vitruvian Man
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • 1492

The Luomo universale
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The Renaissance Man
  • Broad knowledge about many things in different
    fields.
  • Deep knowledge/skill in one area.
  • Able to link information from different
    areas/disciplines and create new knowledge.
  • The Greek ideal of the well-rounded man was at
    the heart of Renaissance education.

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Self-Portrait -- da Vinci, 1512
  • Artist
  • Sculptor
  • Architect
  • Scientist
  • Engineer
  • Inventor

1452 - 1519
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Leonardo, the Sculptor
  • An Equestrian Statue
  • 1516-1518

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Leonardo, the Architect Pages from his Notebook
  • Plan of the city of Imola, 1502.

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Leonardo, the Scientist Biology ( Pages from
his Notebook
  • An example of the humanist desire to unlock the
    secrets of nature.

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Leonardo, the Scientist (Anatomy)
Pages from his Notebook
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Leonardo, the Inventor
Pages from his Notebook
10
Leonardo, the Engineer Pages from his Notebook
Studies of water-lifting devices.
A study of siege defenses.
11
Leonardo, the Artist From hisNotebooks of over
5000 pages (1508-1519)
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Leonardo, the Artist
  • The Virgin of the Rocks
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • 1483-1486

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Mona Lisa da Vinci, 1503-4
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A Macaroni Mona
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A Picasso Mona
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An Andy Warhol Mona
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A Monaca Lewinsky
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Mona Lisa OR da Vinci??
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Refractory Convent of Santa Maria delle
Grazie Milan
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The Last Supper - da Vinci, 1498 Geometry
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The Last Supper - da Vinci, 1498
vertical
horizontal
Perspective!
22
A Da Vinci Code St. John or Mary Magdalene?
23
Ninja Turtles
Leonardo Da Vinci
Donatelo
Raphael Sanzio
Michelango
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Michelangelo Patron Medici Family
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Michelangelo was 24 years old when he completed
the Pieta
Pieta Michelangelo, 1498-99
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Michelangelo completed this in his 20s. Statue is
given a place of honor outside Florences Palazzo
Vecchio, the seat of the Medici govt
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Other sculptors were envious of Michelangelos
success. They persuaded Pope Julius II to
commission him to paint the ceiling b/c it would
eliminate him from the competition in the world
of sculpture. Everyone expected him to fail.
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It took Michelangelo 4 years of painting on a
scaffold to complete the work.
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The Sistine Chapel Details
Creation of Man
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Raphael
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Madonna and Child
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  • Raphael worked on this commission
    simultaneously as Michelangelo was doing the
    Sistine Chapel.
  • No Christian themes here.

School of Athens, Raphael
42
The School of Athens Raphael,
Plato looks to the heavens or the IDEAL realm.
Aristotle looks to this earth the here and now.
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Birth of Venus Botticelli, 1485
An attempt to depict perfect beauty.
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The Humanists
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Renaissance Humanists
  • The founder of Renaissance humanism was Petrarch.
  • He tried to apply lessons of Christian faith to
    the found literature philosophies of ancient
    Greek and Latin

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Renaissance Humanists
A person who studied the classics was called a
humanist. Humanists recreated classical styles
in art, literature, and architecture. Humanists
believed that by studying the classics, they
could understand people and the world better.
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Education in the Renaissance
  • Renaissance humanists believed that education
    could dramatically change human beings.
  • Humanists studied the Roman and Greek classics.
    Studied grammar, history, poetry, and rhetoric.
  • Most humanists still strong Christians so
    sometimes felt tension b/w their studies and
    religion

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Education in the Renaissance
  • Following the Greek ideal, humanist educators
    also stressed physical education, including
    dancing.
  • The goal of humanist education was to create
    complete citizens.
  • Humanist schools provided the model for the basic
    education of the European ruling classes until
    the twentieth century.
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