ARTHIST - Test 1 Study Guide - Differences between Proto-Renaissance and Medieval style Altarpiece(function diptych triptych polyptych\/Predella The

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Differences between Proto-Renaissance and Medieval style Altarpiece (function, diptych, triptych, polyptych)/Predella The steps and materials involved in the Panel Painting with Gilding process Ingredients for tempera paint and its characteristics Giotto’s innovations in painting Enrico Scrovegni/Arena Chapel/usury The steps and materials involved in the Buon Fresco Process Mendicant Orders and their effect on art Nicola Pisano’s importance Simultaneous Narrative International Gothic Pietro Lorenzetti’s realism (use of light and progression of time) in his fresco cycle in San Francesco, Assisi Effects of the Bubonic Plague on art Printmaking/Woodcut/Relief/Intaglio/Engraving State in printmaking
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Innovations in Northern Renaissance Art Stylistic traits of Northern Renaissance Painting Frontal vs. Profile portraiture Symbolism and imagery in Robert Campin’s Merode Altarpiece Hortus Conclusus Iconography Disguised Symbolism Jan Van Eyck Ingredients for oil paint and its characteristics/glazing Symbolism and Imagery in Jan Van Eyck’s Giovanni Arnolfini and his Bride
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