ARTS 150 5 September 2008

ARTS 150 5 - Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula in the 15th Century concluded What is the narrative relationship between the figures in the

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Northern Europe and the  Iberian Peninsula  in the  15 th  Century, concluded
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What is the narrative relationship between the figures in the left panel with those on the right?
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Nuño Gonçalves Saint Vincent with the Portuguese Royal Family (c. 1465-1467) oil on wood panel 6’ 9 3/4” x 4’ 2 5/8”
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Konrad Witz,  Miraculous Draught of Fishes  (1444) oil on wood panel, 4’ 3” x 5’ 1”
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Sculpture Claus Sluter Well of Moses   detail of Moses and David (1395-1406) limestone with paint traces figures approx. 5’ 8” tall If we identify Saint Stephen by the stone with which he was martyred, how do  we identify Moses? What is the origin of this “attribute”?
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Architecture Pierre Robin [?] House of Jacques Coeur, interior courtyard Church of Saint-Maclou (1432-1521) (1443-1451) Rouen Bourges
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Juan Güas, San Juan de los Reyes, wall with San Juan de los Reyes, plan coats-of-arms and saints (begun 1477) Toledao
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Graphic Arts Martin Schongauer Demons Tormenting    Saint Anthony  (c. 1485) Engraving 12 ¼” x 9” More than any other single factor, woodcuts engravings and etchings contributed to the development of “visual literacy” in Renaissance Europe.
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Renaissance Art in 15 th -Century Italy
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Filippo Brunelleschi conducted a dramatic experiment to confirm his hypothesis about  linear mathematical perspective.  He created an image of the baptistry of Florence  Cathedral using mathematical ratios measured in 
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ARTS 150 5 - Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula in the 15th Century concluded What is the narrative relationship between the figures in the

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