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13+STUDY+IMAGES+GUILIO+ROMANO++MICHELANGELO - MANNERISM or...

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MANNERISM or LATE RENAISSANCE INTRODUCTION
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GIULIO ROMANO AND MICHELANGELO First phase of Mannerism Or first generation Mannerism
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GIULIO ROMANO Wodehouse & Moffet: “...designed by a sophisticated architect as a play on the conventions of classical architecture. Only those who share(d) Romano’s understanding of Roman architecture can (could) fully appreciate his accomplishment.” Watkins 196 “Giulio Romano’s architecture remained for the most part a sophisticated private game. ...”
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Guilio Romano, Palazzo del Te, Mantua
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North and west facades The entrance is now on The west façade (green Arrow)
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Garden or east façade
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MICHELANGELO Casa buonarroti, florence
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Michelangelo saw himself as a Sculptor and tended to see architectural forms as frames for sculpture
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Façade of S. Lorenzo today, model of Michelangelo’s design and drawing by Michelangelo of his proposed design
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Laurentian library at S Lorenzo, Florence
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course ENDS 150 taught by Professor Paul during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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