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Art of the Renaissance. Objective. Describe developments in Italy and Northern Europe during the Renaissance period with respect to humanism, arts and literature, intellectual development, increased trade, and advances in technology. Art in the Middle Ages.

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objective
Objective
  • Describe developments in Italy and Northern Europe during the Renaissance period with respect to humanism, arts and literature, intellectual development, increased trade, and advances in technology.
art in the middle ages
Art in the Middle Ages
  • The Middle Ages saw art focusing on the church and religion
  • Paintings included people wearing halos
  • Important people were larger than others
    • Saints and God’s family
  • Common for background to be gold (representing heaven)
  • Attempts at representing space looked “off”
madonna and child in glory
Madonna and Child in Glory

Jacopa di Cione

1360/1365

art in the renaissance
Art in the Renaissance
  • People became more interested in themselves and their surroundings
  • A Humanist approach to art and science began
    • The study of human nature
  • Saints and ordinary people looked more realistic
  • Halos began to disappear
  • Landscape in paintings was earth instead of heaven
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Art in the Renaissance
  • Math was used to create space and perspective in paintings
  • Oil paints were created
    • No longer had to use egg tempera paints
miraculous mass of st martin of tours
Miraculous Mass of St. Martin of Tours

Franconian School

About 1440

madonna and child with st john
Madonna and Child with St. John

GuilianoBugiardini

1523/1525

the arnolfini marriage portrait
The Arnolfini Marriage Portrait

Jan Van Eyck

Flemish painter

1434

One of the first oil paintings

the adoration of the magi
The Adoration of the Magi

Albrecht Durer

1504

the bean eater
The Bean Eater

AnnibaleCarraci

1582/1583

mona lisa
Mona Lisa

Leonardo da Vinci

1505

Wife of a silk merchant

Leonardo