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Florence Cathedral- designed by Brunelleschi--- it is crowned by a lantern begun in late 13 th century Cathedral of Our lady-portals include gables, most closely reflects French Gothic style in its design of the west façade. Late 13 th century Grand size to convey economic and cultural superiority Campanile-bell tower Giotto- Madonna enthroned: early renaissance… all different from each other. Angels are still symmetrically arranged, but each angel on the left is subtly different in expression. The mother is holding her Son in more realistic position. Betrayal of Jesus: Duccio- Siena, 1300 c.e, derived from Byzantine art, medium is tempera, proto-renaissance, Birth of Venus: Botticelli, end of 15 th century, pose derived from a classical statue, innovative of it time due to its nudity, reflects the ideal of neo-platonism, noteworthy for its graceful linearity Les Tres riches heures du duc de berry: Limbourg brothers: 1400, illuminated manuscript, representation of the labors of the months, International Gothic, members of
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Unformatted text preview: the court on an outing, Lindisfarne Gospels and purse cover form Sutton hoo ship burial: marriage between Christian imagery and the animal-interlace style of the north. Kings college chapel- late gothic architecture Narthex: roof-like slant Apse: half dome Mandorla: egg-shaped item as a backdrop for Jesus San Vitale-dome, includes a narthex directional plan. Roman, Byzantine, Early Christian influences. Plan is most similar to Hagia Sophia. Located in Ravenna, associated with roman emporer Perugino, Christ delivering the Keys of the Kingdom to Saint Peter.--- Sistene Chapel, Vatican, Rome. Figures are balanced and solid… St. Peter is found in it. Roman architecture in painting. Chiaroscuro to create volume, placement within a larger program or cycle of paintings. Painted to support the authority of popes. One of the first works to mark Rome as an artistic center of the Renaissance....
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