Lecture 15 - Lecture 15 10/30/08 Renaissance (literarily...

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Lecture 15 10/30/08 Renaissance (literarily means: Rebirth): the comeback of ancient Greek and Roman art Periods of art history Trecento 1300’s Fourteenth Century e , b Quattrocento 1400’s Fifteenth Century e ( b ) Cinquecento 1500’s Sixteenth Century16 x , b Seicento 1600’s Seventeenth Century.( b )e 17 e ,17 b Renaissance began roughly around 14 th century AD (1330AD) in Florence 4 ( ). Giotto v k t 0 v the painter from Florence is one of the pioneers Art in Renaissance Synthesis e of Greek/Roman culture (Ancient Antiquity e ) and Christendom 4 (Middle Ages). Correlation between Florence and Athens. Florence as republic— the notion of freedom and democracy ( vs. Milan e as an empire). Artist—the notion of genius in a modern sense Art in Renaissance synthesis of Greek/Roman culture (Ancient Antiquity) and Christendom (Middle Ages) Florence as the new Athens New Humanism e —shift from religious values to secular e values Donatello (1386-1466 A.C.)
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course EUR 101 taught by Professor Westphalen during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Lecture 15 - Lecture 15 10/30/08 Renaissance (literarily...

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