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Early Renaissance Art in Europe Study Guide Stokstad Chapter 17, pgs 577-643 Gardner Chapter 20 & 21, pgs 648-727 Flemish Art Vocabulary Flanders Guild Gesso Canvas Triptych Idealization Bruges Guild of St. Luke Burgundy Majolica Tempera Atmospheric perspective Gilded Diptych Patron Symbolism Glazing Polyptych Tapestry 1. Describe the difference between first and second generation painters in Flanders? Give examples of art and artists. 2. Given the symbolic meanings found in many Flemish paintings, describe Hugo van der Goes’ Portinari Altarpiece in detail. Identify the figures depicted and what the symbolism portrayed. The Spread of Flemish Art in Europe - Art in Portugal, Spain, France & Germany Vocabulary Courtiers Joan of Arc Pilasters Allegory Plague Hispano-Flemish Houppelande Martyr
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Virtuoso Blasphemous International Gothic Style 1. How did Flemish influence spread through Europe (be sure to include Spain, Portugal, Germany and France)?
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  • Spring '11
  • Helm
  • renaissance, Flemish Art, Flanders Guild Gesso Canvas Triptych Idealization Bruges Guild of St. Luke Burgundy, Diptych Patron Symbolism

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