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6-HiRenPtg - Italy in the Renaissance Note the cities of...

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Italy in the Renaissance Note the cities of Florence, Rome, Milan, Venice, and Urbino.
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Leonardo da Vinci, Last Supper Painted on the wall of a refectory (dining hall) of a convent in Milan
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Diagram of Last Supper showing orthogonals converging on the head of Christ
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Christ gesturing toward a piece of bread and reaching for a glass of wine (“This is my body. . . . this is my blood”; Matthew 26)
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Andrea del Castagno, Last Supper (c. 1450) High Renaissance vs. Early Renaissance
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Details of Andrea del Castagno’s Last Supper
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Castagno Leonardo
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Stanza della Segnatura (“Room of the Signature”) in the Vatican Palace, Rome. Originally the study of Pope Julius II: nephew of Pope Sixtus IV and patron of Raphael, Michelangelo, and Bramante. Frescoes by Raphael representing the four principal fields of Renaissance learning: • Philosophy • Theology • Poetry (or Literature) • Law
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The School of Athens (“Philosophy”)
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most important ancient Greek philosophers
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2010 for the course ART 1441 taught by Professor Zucker,m. during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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