Lecture 20 - Lecture 20 1. 2. Patronage of Art The pyramids...

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Lecture 20 Patronage of Art 1. The pyramids 2. Masaccio's Holy Trinity.  a. Illusionistic chapel b. Has their pictures painted into the work c. Disinterested love of art. d. Level of vanity 3. Medici's Palace. a. Micholoso and Michelangelo's work b. Expensive, also mimicking the townhouse, also statement of power. c. Hierarchy of houses d. Architectural patronage remains is a very important of the scene 4. Medici, san Lorenzo chapel/tombs a. Dawn and Dusk with the figure of Lorenzo seated above it i. Symmetrical poses ii. Slightly differing b. Giuliano with night and Day i. Posed heading different ways ii. Really set the opposite. iii. Night has an owl posed by her leg c. River God poses d. Action in repose:  reclining but active figures, resting figures that still seem exciting e. The statues of the entombed were not true to figure, wearing armor of the state f. Will of the artists to decide your effigy for the future generations. g.
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Lecture 20 - Lecture 20 1. 2. Patronage of Art The pyramids...

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