Ch. 15-2 Renaissance Art Analysis.doc - Renaissance Art Analysis Directions 1 Read the following Overview of the Renaissance Characteristics of

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Renaissance Art Analysis Directions : 1. Read the following Overview of the Renaissance & Characteristics of Renaissance Art list (below). You will need to use this information as well as information from your text to help you answer the questions. 2. Look up and examine the artwork from each of the artists. Discuss with your partner the questions on the Analysis Worksheet . Write a response in your own words. 3. Pick 4 from below (You may only use an artist once) -Leonardo da Vinci: Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, Vitruvian Man, Baptism of Christ -Raphael: Saint George and the Dragon, School of Athens -Michelangelo: Pieta, The Creation of Adam, Moses -Masaccio: Crucifixion, The Tribute Money -Donatello: Penitent Magdalene, David -Albrecht Durer: Adoration of the Magi, Adoration of the Trinity -Jan Van Eyck: The Arnolfini Portrait, Madonna of Chancellor Rolin, Overview: The Renaissance The word “renaissance” means “rebirth,” and as Europe moved out of the gloom of the Middle Ages, many people felt as if the world was indeed being born again. The Renaissance witnessed a remaking of nearly all of society’s institutions: political, economic, social, and educational. It was also a time when leading thinkers revisited the great or classical ideas of ancient Greece and Rome.
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