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Renaissance Architecture The term " Renaissance ," was coined in the XVI Century. It means RE-BIRTH (from the dark ages)
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Filippo Brunelleschi.
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Luciano Laurana. The Ideal City
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Masaccio The Trinity ca. 1427 S. Maria Novella, Florence
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Dome Santa Maria del Fiore 1404-1446 Florence Filippo Brunelleschi
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“The world having for so long been without artists of lofty soul or inspired talent, heaven ordained that it should receive from the hand of Filippo the greatest, the tallest edifice of ancient or modern times.” Giorgio Vasari
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Foundling Hospital Ospedale degli Innocenti ca. 1419
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Pietra Serena
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San Lorenzo ca. 1421
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“Whoever wants to be happy, let him be so: about tomorrow there's no knowing.” Lorenzo de’ Medici “The Magnificent “
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F. Brunelleschi. Old Sacristy (1421-1428)
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Unformatted text preview: Music, Greek, Latin, Philosophy, Roman Law Worked for the Papal Chancery in Rome. Wrote “De Pictura” (On Painting, 1452) documenting Brunelleschi’s theories of perspective and dedicated to Brunelleschi, Ghiberti, Masaccio, Donatello and Luca della Robbia. Wrote “De Re Aedificatoria” (On the Art of Building) from 1452 until his death and published postumously in 1485. Inspired by “ De Architectura Libris Decem” (The Ten Books of Architecture) written by “Vitruvius” This is the first architectural treatise of the Renaissance. Santa Maria Novella Leon Battista Alberti Florence (Italy) ca. 1456 Completion of façade to an existing church "A Harmony of all the Parts in whatsoever Subject it appears, fitted together with such Proportion and Connection, that nothing could be added, diminished or altered, but for the Worse.“ Leon Battista Alberti...
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