FSN 232 Study Guide - San Carlo Alle Quattro Fontane, San Giobbe Altarpiece, Isenheim Altarpiece

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High Renaissance in Italy
Define.
Date.
1490-1530
Culturally & Creative high point in Italy
Pope Julius II big impact
Florence- artistic center
Rome: Bramante, Raphael, Michelangelo
Venice: Giorgione, Titan
Venice: Port city, politically stable, gov.
controlling. Gothic & Byzan influence
Leonardo da Vinci
Vitruvian Man, 1485-1490
Last Supper 1495-1498
Madonna & Child w. St. Anne 1503-06
Embryo in the Womb 1510
work initially in Florence, then to Rome,
then Milan
interested in science as art, in renaissance
obsessed with origins of life, natural
phenomenon
Donato Bramante
Tempitetto 1502-1503
New St. Peter’s Vatican 1506-1564
(w/ Michelangelo)
Michaelangelo
Pieta 1498-1500
David 1501 1504
Sistine Chapel 1508-1512
-Creation of Adam 1510
- Last Judgment (end of Ren.)1534-41
-was an architect, painter, writer, sculpting was
primary art form
-initially patronized by Meddici family
- Florence first, then in Rome for pope Julius the 2nd
Andrea Verrochio
Baptism of Christ 1470
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Raphael
Madonna of the meadow 1505
School of Athens 1509- 1511
Pope Julius II 1511-1512
Galatea 1512
-had very short but prolific life and career,
-idealized classical
-primarily a painter
Gentile & Giovanni Bellini
Gentile : visited Florence, influence in early renaissance,
style similar to father, but then his own style developed,
more detailed
Progression of the Reliquary of the cross in Piazza San
Marco 1496
Giovanni: long, active career, most successful at bringing
high renaissance to Venice
San Giobbe Altarpiece 1480s
Saint Francis in Ecstasy 1485
Giorgione
.Tempist 1505-1510
Old Woman early 16th cent
Sleeping Venus 1509
- lived to only about 32-33
-distinct blending of earlier, more decorative styles
-very few known works, most missing,
-master at personalizing portraits
- Sleeping Venus- finished by Titan
Titan
Venus of Urbino 1538
- she is looking at you with a flirtatious intent, idea of
seduction and sexuality
-observing us as we observe her
Rape of Europa 1559-1562
-interest in mythological scenes
-Michelangelo and titian both go towards mannerism
-sexual exploitation was not seen in the same way
Mannerism & the Later 16th cent. Italy
1520-1590
- doing things in a certain manner
- interpretation/deviation from natural world
- opposed to idealizing
- rejects classical proportions & principles
- complex/compressed space
- dynamic layouts, jarring colours
- elite patrons
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Jacopo da Pontormo
Entombment 1525-1528
- Energetic, wrong proportions, pastel colours
Parmigianino
Self- Portrait in a Convex Mirror 1524
Madonna and Child with Angels 1534
(Madonna of the long neck)
- moved beyond naturalistic paintings
- Artist was a protegy he painted this when he was
21, created it for Pope Clement the 7th, interested
in illusionism
- a bit of a freak, didn’t know how to deal with
people
Agnolo Bronzino
Cupid, Venus, Folly & Time 1545
Eleonora of Toledo & her son Don Giovanni 1545-1546
- Court painter to the wealthy and elite
- Textiles very important- showed wealth
- Putto/putti
- Very open about sex
Paolo Veronese
Last Supper/ Christ I the House of Levi 1573
Council of Trent made him change the name of the
painting because it was it was too realistic- humanism,
eating and drinking, too much fun- partying
Properzia de’ Rossi
Joseph and Potiphar’s Wife, 1520
- Complex but small sculptures at the time made
from fruit pits. And larger works later in life
- Marble busts portraits
- She was noteworthy.. Had a big impact because
there wasn’t many female artists at the time
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Document Summary

Embryo in the womb 1510 work initially in florence, then to rome, then milan interested in science as art, in renaissance obsessed with origins of life, natural phenomenon. Was an architect, painter, writer, sculpting was primary art form. Florence first, then in rome for pope julius the 2nd. Had very short but prolific life and career, Gentile : visited florence, influence in early renaissance, style similar to father, but then his own style developed, more detailed. Progression of the reliquary of the cross in piazza san. Giovanni: long, active career, most successful at bringing high renaissance to venice. She is looking at you with a flirtatious intent, idea of seduction and sexuality. Sexual exploitation was not seen in the same way. Elite patrons rejects classical proportions & principles complex/compressed space. Madonna and child with angels 1534 (madonna of the long neck) Artist was a protegy he painted this when he was.

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