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Intro Intellectual Trends Humanism Ideas Spread Literature The Prince Florence, Italy Art Conc. Key Terms Petrarch Printing Press Gutenberg Machiavelli Donatello Leonardo Michelangelo Raphael. Renaissance (1300-1500). Extra Credit. Where in the world is Mike Nagle?

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    1. Intro Intellectual Trends Humanism Ideas Spread Literature The Prince Florence, Italy Art Conc. Key Terms Petrarch Printing Press Gutenberg Machiavelli Donatello Leonardo Michelangelo Raphael Renaissance(1300-1500)

    2. Extra Credit • Where in the world is Mike Nagle? • To Do: Complete one or both assignments and turn in no later than 12/21

    3. Definition • Renaissance = Re-birth

    4. Humanism Petrarch(1304-1374) Italian scholar & “Father” of Humanism

    5. Humanism • Goal: educate students to lead successful lives. • Involved studying the great civilizations of the past (Greeks & Romans). • Use science/rational thought to explain things; not religion. Statue of Petrarch Outside Uffizi Museum

    6. Printing & Reproducing • For centuries it was costly & time consuming to reproduce written works. • Mid-1400s a printing press was perfected-information can be spread VERY quickly. Vellum Bible

    7. Printing Press • A useful political tool • United people • People could read (Bible) for themselves Impossible(?) to overestimate its impact: Johannes Gutenberg (ca. 1400-1468)

    8. Literature • Machiavelli’s The Prince: first rational explanation of politics. • “The ends justifies the means…” • History of Florence revolutionized historical writing. • Explored causes and consequences of historical events, not a simple chronology. Niccoló Machiavelli (1469-1527)

    9. Italy Divided into city-states: • Florence • Milan • Papal States • Naples • Venice

    10. Renaissance Art Themes • Influence of Humanism • Scientific themes • Linear perspective • Greek & Roman influence • Religious Symbols (Church had $$)

    11. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoID=1558354533

    12. Four Renaissance Artists • Donatello (1386-1466) • Famous sculptor; Christianity; Greeks & Romans; David & Gattamelata • Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) • Painter; science & Christianity; Last Supper & Mona Lisa; sketches • Michelangelo (1475-1564) • Painter & sculptor; science (human body) & Christianity; Sistine Chapel; David; Pieta • Raphael (1483-1520) • Painter; science, Christianity, Ancient Greeks; School of Athens, Madonna & Child

    13. Donatello’s Gattamelata • Shows synthesis of religion (St. Anthony’s) & Classic themes (first equestrian statue since Roman times)

    14. Donatello’s David(about 5 feet in height; the first large nude figure since antiquity)

    15. Michelangelo’s David(13 ft. 5 inches) David = Glorifies human form & perfection of human body

    16. Olympic Games • Held in honor of Zeus • Celebrated human heroism & perfection • Winners received only a small prize, but returned home as heroes

    17. Judas, Peter, John, Jesus(Left to right)

    18. Vitruvian Man (Navel = Center of Circle)

    19. Sistine Chapel “Last Judgment” The pope had nudes covered

    20. School Of Athens

    21. Plato (as Leonardo) & Aristotle

    22. School Of Athens (26 X 18 ft.) Self-portrait; holding the world

    23. Madonna & Child(WADC, Raphael)

    24. Intro Intellectual Trends Humanism Ideas Spread Literature The Prince Florence, Italy Art Conc. Key Terms Petrarch Printing Press Gutenberg Machiavelli Donatello Leonardo Michelangelo Raphael Renaissance(1300-1500)