ARH329, Renaissance and Baroque

ARH329, Renaissance and Baroque - ARH329 1/24/2008 9:43:00...

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24/01/2008 11:43:00 Francesco Petrarca (1304-74) Petrarch Italian scholar, poet, and one of the earliest Renaissance Humanists Called the “Father of Humanism” You can become proud of your accomplishments and involved in the church,  but not completely involved Wanted to emphasize the importance of man/mankind Renaissance Rebirth Use of Italian becomes more prominent Development of powerful Italian city-states that may even clash with the pope Raphael Studies ancient monuments Starts creating religious works Monumental, large figures Reintroducing proper use of perspective Madonna of the Goldfinch, with infant Jesus o Triangular approach, very classical. John the Baptist (1507) Madonna of the Meadow (1505) o Done with perspective Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) Scientist Properties of light Mona Lisa (1503-05)
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