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Title: Renaissance Art


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Renaissance Art
  • 7-3

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Medieval Art
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Artists in Renaissance Italy
  • Medieval Artwork was symbolic
  • Intended to have a more symbolic meaning
  • Renaissance
  • Appear in real life
  • emotions

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Perspective
  • 3 dimensional
  • Chiaroscuro- softened edges by using light and
    shadows
  • Chiaro-light
  • Oscuro- dark

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Artists
Jan Van Eyck
Botticelli
Michelangelo
Sanzio
Albrecht Durer
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Botticelli
  • Known for the fresco
  • Fresco- fresh- painted on wet plaster with water
    colors
  • Focused on scenes emotions not accuracy

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Raphael Sanzio
  • One of Italys best painters
  • School of Athens

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Michelangelo
  • Ceiling of Sistine Chapel
  • Sculpted David
  • Moses

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Titian
  • Used rich colors
  • Received many honors
  • Religious and mythological
  • From Venice

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Renaissance SpreadsNorthern Renaissance
  • Oil painting
  • Paint intricate details
  • Surface textures
  • Include gold braid on a gown
  • Jan Van Eyck

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Northern Renaissance
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Albrecht Durer
  • Perspective and detail
  • Known for engravings
  • Known for wood cut of Four Horseman of the
    Apocalypse
  • Woodcut is a relief printing artistic technique
    in printmaking in which an image is carved into
    the surface of a block of wood, with the printing
    parts remaining level with the surface while the
    non-printing parts are removed, typically with
    gouges.

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