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ART of the ITALIAN RENAISSANCE. Lesson #2. STATIONS of RENAISSANCE ART. Move to one station with one other person Person “A” reads the question. Person “B” writes the answer on the card. (figure out the answer together) 3. Switch roles at each new station.

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Art of the italian renaissance

ART of the ITALIAN

RENAISSANCE

Lesson #2


Stations of renaissance art

STATIONS of RENAISSANCE ART

  • Move to one station with one other person

  • Person “A” reads the question.

    Person “B” writes the answer on the card.

    (figure out the answer together)

    3. Switch roles at each new station.

    4. Be ready to share your answer


Station 1

STATION #1

Both of these paintings are called MADONNA.

That means the work of art is Mary holding a baby Jesus.

Describe three differences between the two.


Station 2

STATION #2

Flip the larger paper over and name the piece of art and the artist. Both works of art are called “David.”

What is the “medium” (what it’s made out of)

Describe three differences between this and the sculpture on the card.


Station 3

STATION #3

This is the LAST SUPPER by LEONARDO.

Compare the actions of the guy in the middle to the men around him. In a word, describe:

  • How the guy in the middle is behaving

  • How the guys around him seem to be reaction to something he just said

    Who is that man in the middle?

    How many men surround him?


Station 4

STATION #4

What is this painting called?

(if you don’t know, it’s on the bottom)

Who is the artist?

Describe her expression.

Look carefully at her hands.

In a couple of words, describe what Leonardo was able to do, using a shadowing method called “Chiaroscuro.”


Station 5

STATION #5

Flip the top paper over.

Name the artist and the work of art.

The word “pieta” refers to a work of art in which Mary is holding Jesus after he was crucified.

This is NOT a painting, it’s a sculpture, carved out of a single block of marble, about life size.

Describe some of the details you see in the enlargement.


Station 6

STATION #6

This is Michelangelo’s David. It’s a sculpture made out of a single piece of marble, about 15’ tall.

Describe some of the details – what you can see he carefully carved, to make this life-like.


Station 7

STATION #7

This is Michelangelo’s only painting. It’s on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, in Rome. Imagine looking up at it. In fact, pull the larger one off the file and hold it above your head.

Describe what you see.

Find the one panel that is represented in the other enlargement.

It’s called the “Creation of Man.” Adam is on the left. Who do you suppose is the “guy” on the right?


Station 8

STATION #8

This is Raphael's MADONNA.

Describe Mary as a mom… use three words to describe her.


Station 9

STATION #9

This is Michelangelo’s Pieta. It’s a sculpture made out of a single piece of marble, about life size.

The word “pieta” refers to a work of art in which Mary is holding Jesus after he was crucified.

Do not touch it, but describe what you see.

Imagine this to be life size.

What do you think Michelangelo wanted you to think of this moment in time?


Station 10

STATION #10

This is Michelangelo’s David. It’s a sculpture made out of a single piece of marble, about 15’ tall.

Do not touch it, but describe what you see.

Imagine this to be 15’ tall.

Why do you think Michelangelo did this version of David so tall?


Notes on art

Notes on art


Artist cimabue art madonna medium egg tempera

Artist: CimabueArt: MadonnaMedium: Egg Tempera

  • Typical of Medieval work (1300s)

  • Pre-Renaissance

  • Flat

  • Fake looking

  • A lot of gold


Artist raphael art madonna medium oil on wood

Artist: RaphaelArt: MadonnaMedium: Oil on wood

  • Typical Renaissance work (1500s)

  • High-Renaissance

  • 3-dimential look

  • Looks very real

  • Jesus looks like a baby,

    Mary looks like a loving mom


Artist donatello art the david medium bronze sculpture

Artist: DonatelloArt: The DavidMedium: Bronze Sculpture

  • Early-Renaissance (1400s)

  • Life size

  • Looks like a real boy, like David was

  • First free standing nude statue since

    Roman times

  • Standing on head of Goliath


Artist michelangelo art the david medium marble sculpture

Artist: MichelangeloArt: The DavidMedium: Marble Sculpture

  • High-Renaissance (1500s)

  • HUGE (15 ft. tall)

  • David looks like a strong man

  • Is supposed to look mighty

  • Symbolizes the strength of man


Artist leonardo art the last supper medium fresco

Artist: LeonardoArt: The Last SupperMedium: Fresco

  • High-Renaissance (1500s)

  • Huge – painted onto a whole wall

  • Subject is the last supper of Jesus before his crucifixion

  • Has leading lines to draw your eyes to Jesus


Artist leonardo art mona lisa medium oil on wood

Artist: LeonardoArt: Mona LisaMedium: Oil on wood

  • High-Renaissance (1500s)

  • Small – about the size of a poster

  • She looks 3-dimensional

  • Leonardo uses techniques to

    trick your eye


Artist michelangelo art pieta medium marble sculpture

Artist: MichelangeloArt: PietaMedium: Marble Sculpture

  • High-Renaissance (1500s)

  • Life size

  • Michelangelo's first work

  • Was attacked – now behind glass


Artist michelangelo art creation of man medium fresco

Artist: MichelangeloArt: Creation of ManMedium: Fresco

  • High-Renaissance (1500s)

  • Painted on the ceiling

  • Sistine Chapel

  • One of the only paintings Michelangelo did

  • Subject: the moment God created Adam


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