Precursors_to_the_Renaissance

Precursors_to_the_Renaissance - Renaissance Art HA 220 Dr....

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Renaissance Art HA 220 Dr. Leslie Cavell
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Our earliest Italian art: Etruscan Art (700-509 BCE)
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Tomb of the Diver, c. 475 BCE, Paestum
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Funeral dance , Etruscan fresco from a tomb cover, 5th century BC
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Sarcophagus of the Married Couple, Bandataccia Necropolis, Cerveteri, 6th century BCE
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Reconstruction, Temple of Veii
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Map of the Roman Empire Rome conquers Greece 140 BCE
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Map of Byzantine Empire, c. 565
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The Mediterranean and Europe, c. 1500
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Interior, Santa Sabina, Rome , Early Christian, 600 Brunelleschi, Interior, San Lorenzo , 1420s Continuity through time … “Renaissance”
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4.19 Masaccio, Saint Peter Baptizing, 1420s Anonymous, Roman Hero, Pompeii, 50 AD … in painting
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Michaelangelo, David , 1501-04 Polykleitos, Spear-Bearer , Roman copy of Greek original, c. 100 CE (c. 450 BCE) … in sculpture
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Humanism Translation and study of Classical literature, art, and architecture Emulation of Classical literature (natural philosophy) (moral philosophy, poetry, history, biography) Emulation of Classical values
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2009 for the course HA 220 taught by Professor Cavell during the Fall '09 term at Michigan State University.

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