Test #1 - History of World Art 2: Test #1 Nicola Pisano...

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History of World Art 2: Test #1 Nicola Pisano (Pisa)- Pulpit -Medieval Traditions -Classical Elements -Telling the story of Christ’s life -Figures from Roman sarcophagi QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. Giovanni Pisano (Pistoia)- Pulpit -Figures loose and dynamic -Emotionalism -Movement of figures suggested by the large spaces between them -Naturalism
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QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. Ciambue (Florence)- Mother and Child Enthroned -Byzantine style -Structure and Symmetry prevalent -Use of Gold -Gothic, yet inspired by naturalism QuickTime TIFF (Uncompre are needed to se Giotto (Florence)- Madonna and Child Enthroned -Sculptural solidity and weight -A very natural virgin -3 dimensionality
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QuickTime TIFF (Uncompress are needed to see Giotto (Padua Arena Chapel)- Lamentation -Fresco painting -38 framed pictures, 3 levels, on a flat surface -Virtues and Vices painted in Grisaille (monochrome grays) -Scene more realistic because of majestic blue Duccio (Siena)- Maesta -Painted in Tempra on many panels -Byzantine Tradition- formality, symmetry, figures, and facial expressions -Four saints faces individualized -Softened body-lines -Narrative action and illusionistic effect (modeling forms and placement in pictorial space) QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) dec are needed to see this pi Martini (Siena)- Annunciation -Elegant shapes and radiant color -Flowing/fluttering line -Weightless figures in a spaceless setting -French inspiration QuickTime TIFF (Uncompr are needed to
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TIFF (Uncompressed) de are needed to see this P. Lorenzetti (Siena)- Birth of the Virgin -Boxlike stage- visual illusion -Realism- happening in every day life -Voyeuristic QuickTime an TIFF (Uncompressed are needed to see Lorenzetti- Effects of Good Government -Clustered palaces, markets, towers, churches, streets, and walls -Life of the city (Siena) -Perspective QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) dec are needed to see this Cambio (Florence)- Florence Cathedral -Began in 1296 -Expresses the competitveness Florence felt with other cities (Pisa and Siena) -Old Tuscan fashion -Marble-encrusted geometric designs QuickTime and TIFF (Uncompressed) are needed to see t Limbourgs- January and October, Tres Riches Heures (Book of Hours)
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October: -War and Black Death, social turmoil through feudalism dying -Work of the fields, ceremonies of the court -Naturalism -Focused on peasantry QuickTime TIFF (Uncompres are needed to January: -Feast, the Duke and Court -Naturalism -The Trojan War QuickTime a TIFF (Uncompresse are needed to se Sluter (Dijon)- Well of Moses -6 prophets -Symbolic fountain of life -Blood of Christ spilling onto the Old Testament prophets---washing away their sins -Promise of everlasting life -Figures realistically rendered---natural appearance (clothing, smooth flesh, and silky hair) -Not much movement or weight shift
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QuickTime TIFF (Uncompr are needed to Broederlam (Dijon)- Dijon Altarpiece
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ART Art taught by Professor Schillia during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.

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