Chapter 12 Monuments-1

Chapter 12 Monuments-1 - ART 152 Fourteenth-Century Art in...

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ART 152: Fourteenth-Century Art in Europe Monuments Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral (Duomo) , plan by Arnolfo di Cambio, 1294, Campanile (bell tower) by Giotto, Andrea Pisano and Francesco Talenti, 1334-1350, drum and dome by Filippo Brunelleschi, 1420-1436, Florence, Italy Cimabue, Virgin and Child Enthroned , c. 1280, tempera and gold on wood panel (possibly for high altar of Santa Trinita , Florence, Italy) Giotto di Bondone, Virgin and Child Enthroned , 1305-1310, tempera and gold on wood panel (probably for high altar of the Ognissanti/All Saints , Florence, Italy) Giotto de Bondone, Scrovegni (Arena) Chapel , especially Lamentation , 1305-1306, fresco, Padua, Italy Bernardo Daddi, Madonna and Child , 1346-1347, tempera and gold on wood panel (housed in Tabernacle by Andrea Orcagna at Orsanmichele , Florence, Italy, 1355-1359, marble, mosaic, gold and lapis lazuli) Duccio di Buoninsegna, Virgin and Child in Majesty, Maesta Altarpiece for Siena Cathedral , 1308-1311, tempera and gold on wood panel
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course ART 151 taught by Professor Verkerk during the Spring '06 term at UNC.

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