Lecture 11 - Lecture 11 1. Most developed pictorial space...

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Lecture 11 1. Most developed pictorial space is the roman wall painting. 2. Pictorial space: illusionistic space all of two dimensional works of art exhibit. 3. Picture plane: the plane from which the perspective is taken. Fictive threshold from which we  enter. a. Maesta Alterpiece in sienna in Tuscany, Duccio. i. Madonna enthroned with child. Hieratic scale. ii. Virgin in blue surrounded by saints and pope and angels in corners iii. Pradella scenses: pictures around the main scene iv. Tempera on panel v. Pictorial inconsistency in porportion and pespective. b. Giotto i. Entry into Florentine, in Padua. 1. Arena Chapel in Padua, Fresco 2. Perspective and vantage point secure 3. Light and shade modeling consistent. From one light source 4. Density and weight to the figures. 5. Clear meeting scene that shows exactly what the scenario is. Clear  subjectmatter.
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