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ARTS 150 10 September 2008

ARTS 150 10 September 2008 - They currently hang in...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/09 16th-Century Art in Italy
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5/7/09 Filippino Lippi St. Philip Driving the Dragon from the Temple at Hieropolis (begun 1487) fresco Strozzi Chapel Santa Maria Novella, Florence
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5/7/09 Leonar do Virgin of the Rocks (c. 1485) oil on wood (transferred to canvas) approx. 6’ 3” x 3’ 7” Leonardo’s paintings ushered in a new sense of the cerebral: in this painting he demands the viewer’s studied attention, incorporates a powerful message based in neo- Platonist philosophy and expresses a specific instruction from the heavenly realm
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5/7/09 Vitruvian Man Squaring the circle, man as microcosmos, man as the measure of all things
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5/7/09 Raphael Sanzio The Small Cowper Madonna (c. 1505) oil on wood panel 23 3/3” x 17 3/8”
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5/7/09 Raphael, School of Athens (c. 1510-1511) fresco, 19’ x 27’, Stanza della Segnatura, Vatican
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5/7/09 http:// mv.vatican.va/3_EN/pages/x-Schede/SDRs/SDRs_03_02_020_bi
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5/7/09 Raphael’s cartoons (designs) for tapestries influenced artists in Europe for three centuries.
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Unformatted text preview: They currently hang in London’s Victoria & Albert Museum 5/7/09 Michelang elo Pietà (c. 1500) marble 5’ 8 ½” high Saint Peter’s Vatican 5/7/09 David (1501-1504) marble, 17’ tall without pedestal, Florence 5/7/09 Sistine Chapel 5/7/09 5/7/09 Creation of Adam 5/7/09 Moses marble 7’ 8 ½” high Tomb of Julius II Church of San Pietro in Vincoli Rome 5/7/09 Braman te Tempietto (1502-1510) Church of San Pietro in Montorio Rome 5/7/09 Antonio da Sangallo the Younger (basic plan) & Michelangelo (3rd floor and cornice) Palazzo Farnese (1517-1550) Rome 5/7/09 5/7/09 No class on Friday. Read Stokstad p. 677 on the Renaissance Grotto p. 682 on Prosperzia de’ Rossi pp. 682-687 on Giorgione and Titian p. 688 on Isabella d’ Este study the comparative benefits and challenges associated with fresco, tempera and oil paint in the PowerPoint presentation that I will post tomorrow. I will try to have the exam review posted...
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