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  1. Great Artists of the Renaissance

  2. Renaissance Artists • wanted their subjects to be realistic • Focused on humanity and emotion • Used new techniques • Sculptured emphasized realism and the human form • Architecture reached new heights of design

  3. New Techniques Frescos Perspective Making distant objects appear smaller than those close to the viewer Made scenes appear 3-D • Painting done on wet plaster • Gave depth to paintings

  4. Filippo Brunelleschi • Created a dome in Florence- il duomo • Modeled after the Pantheon Il duomo Pantheon

  5. Leonardo daVinci • Renaissance genius • Considered himself a painter, but he was also a sculptor, architect, and engineer • Sketched nature • Dissected corpses to learn how the human body works

  6. A sample of daVinci’s anatomy sketches

  7. daVinci’s famous paintings Mona Lisa- portrait of a woman whose mysterious smile has baffled people for centuries Is daVinci Mona Lisa?

  8. The Last Supper A masterpiece of perspective

  9. daVinci’s inventions

  10. Michelangelo Buonarroti • Sculptor, engineer, painter, architect, poet • Called a “meloncholy genius”- his work reflects his many life long spiritual struggles

  11. The David

  12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_u8LDXhFzPo

  13. The Pieta

  14. The Sistine Chapel • Took four years to complete • Commissioned by Pope Julius II

  15. http://www.vatican.va/various/cappelle/sistina_vr/index.html

  16. Raphael • Admired for his talent and his sweet and gracious nature • Studied great masters, but developed his own style • Famous work: School of Athens • Imaginary gathering of great thinkersand scientists (Plato, Aristotle, Socrates to name a few) • He included himself in the picture along with Michelangelo and daVinci

  17. The School of Athens Raphael in the back

  18. The Renaissance moves North • Began in the region of Flanders(France, Belgium, Netherlands) • Flanders was a thriving center of trade for Northern Europe • From Flanders, the Renaissance spread to Spain, France, Germany, and England

  19. Jan van Eyck • One of the most important Flemish painters • Used rich, realistic detail in his works Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife

  20. “Leonardo of the North” • Albrecht Durer- traveled to Italy to study Italian masters • Took these ideas and spread Renaissance techniques to Northern Europe • He applied his new knowledge of painting techniques to engraving • Engraving- etching a design on to a metal plate with acid

  21. Durer’s nature paintings What other artist was interested in nature?

  22. Durer self-portrait