Global Classiscim Renaissance and Reaction

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FAH 002 Spring 2008 Art, Politics, and Culture K. Skelton Global Classicism: Renaissance and Reaction, 1400-1800 Terms (see Stokstad) Arcade: a range of arches carried on piers or columns. Colonnade: a row of columns. Entablature: the upper horizontal part of an order. Nave: the principal longitudinal area of a church extending from the entrance and often flanked by side aisles. Orders: a column with base, shaft, capital, and entablature. Pediment: the triangular end of a roof; can also be used as a decorative device above windows and doors. Pilaster: a shallow pier or rectangular column projecting only slightly from a wall. Portico: projecting roof or porch supported with columns and often with pediment above. Slides Filippo Brunelleschi *Dome and Lantern, Duomo, Florence, dome begun 1420, lantern begun 1436 *S. Lorenzo, Florence, begun 1421 *Leon Battista Alberti, Palazzo Rucellai, Florence, begun c. 1453 [Pietro Lombardo, S. Maria dei Miracoli, Venice, 1481-1489] [Jacopo Sansovino, Library of St. Mark’s, Venice, begun 1537]
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