High Renaissance Recitation

High Renaissance Recitation - High Renaissance: Bramante...

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High Renaissance: Bramante and New St. Peter’s I. School of Athens a. Rafael b. Vatican (next to New St. Peter’s) c. Center = Plato (pointing to heaven (philosophy)) and Aristotle (Pointing down (to here and now on earth)) d. Perspective i. Rigid ii. Horizon and sight lines around Plato and Aristotle iii. Sequentiality e. Left i. Pythagorus – geometry ii. Michelangelo 1. Brooding sculptor 2. Now painting Sistine chapel next door f. Right i. Ptolemy – geography ii. Euclid – compass II. Last Supper a. Da Vinci b. Sequential c. Simultaneity i. No order ii. Every single person has a different reaction at the same time III. Bramante a. Ordered to build and design New St. Peter’s b. Original designer c. Blending of pagan values with Christianity with paintings d. Pope Julius i. Taste for classical antiquity 1. Reflected in design of New St. Peter’s and the name he chose as Pope e. Positive Negative Space i. Figure and Ground ii. Interested in using empty space as a volume itself
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