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Title: From Gothic to Renaissance


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From Gothic to Renaissance 14th Century Italian
Art (aka Proto-Renaissance)
Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned with Angels and
Prophets, 1280 1290, Tempera on wood, app.
12x7
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Look back to Ara Pacis Augustae, Rome, 9-13 BC
artist is concerned with natural depiction of
human beings
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Ara Pacis
Medieval artists are not concerned with
naturalism instead, they concentrated on the
spiritual
St. Gall Gospels, 7th Century
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Jeremiah,St. Pierre,Moissac,12th Century
St. Gall Gospels
Abstract, stylized human images of the Middle
Ages
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Annunciation
Visitation
Reims Cathedral, 13th Century
Jeremiah
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Northern Europe
12th Century Romanesque
13th Century Gothic
14th Century Intl Gothic
15th Century Renaissance
NATURALISM
Abstraction
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Northern Europe
12th Century Romanesque
13th Century Gothic
14th Century Intl Gothic
15th Century Renaissance
NATURALISM
Abstraction
Gothic Nat.
NATURALISM
Abstraction
12th Century Romanesque
13th Century Italo-Byzantine
14th Century Proto-Renaiss
15th Century Renaissance
Italian Peninsula
Antiquity
Giotto
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GODSpiritual Realm (Faith Divine Revelation)
Cathedral
MAN Earthly World (Reason)
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GODSpiritual Realm (Faith Divine Revelation)
MAN Earthly World (Reason)
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GODSpiritual Realm (Faith Divine Revelation)
MAN Earthly World (Reason)
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Factors Influencing the Renaissance in Italy
Religion
  • Humanism
  • power of reason
  • individual achievement
  • recognition of talent genius (fame)
  • civic responsibility
  • love of classical culture learning
  • Capitalism
  • competition among city-states
  • new art patrons

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The Proto-Renaissance in Italy (14th Century)
Giotto di Bondonec. 1266-1337
Cimabue thought that in painting, He commanded
the field, and now Giotto has the acclaim . .
. - Dante Purgatorio
Painting by Paolo Uccello, 15th Century
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Madonna, Margaritone, c. 1270
Ognissanti Madonna, Giotto, c. 1310
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Giotto, The Arena (Scrovegni) Chapel, Padua,
Italy, Fresco, c.1305
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The Lamentation, Giotto, Arena Chapel
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Joachim Anna Scenes, Giotto, Arena Chapel
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Joachim Anna Scenes, Giotto, Arena Chapel
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Joachim Anna Scenes, Giotto, Arena Chapel
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Duccio di Buoninsegna, Virgin and Child Enthroned
with Saints, principal panel of Maesta
altarpiece, Siena Cathedral, Siena, Italy,
1308-1311, Tempera on wood, 7 x13
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Betrayal of Jesus detail from the back of Maesta
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