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16 th Century Renaissance Study Guide Stokstad Chapter 18, pgs 645-718 Italian Art Vocabulary Arcadian Belvedere Capriccio Cupola Escutcheon Tholos Vellum Veronese Theologians Quoins Bucranium Intonaco Vatican Reformation Loggia Sfumato Prophet Papacy Balustrade Stringcourses Segmental pediments Chiaroscuro Dado Sibyl 1. What did notable figures of the High Renaissance share? What differentiated them from one another? 2. How did the Reformation change the artistic, political and religious face of Europe? 3. Briefly describe the changing needs of the congregation that ultimately changed the architectural designs of Saint Peter’s Basilica from the period of 1506 to 1612. Who were the artists involved in this project over this time period?
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4. Michelangelo designed a complex sculptural arrangement for the tomb of Guiliano de Medici, describe this setting and elaborate on Michelangelo’s meaning behind this composition. Italian Mannerism Vocabulary Gestures Elongated Juxtapositions Contortion Plinth 1. Where did the term Mannerism come from?
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Describe visual traits and compositions often used by Mannerist artists. Does this reflect a change from the Renaissance artists? How is this work different? Northern Europe and Spain Vocabulary Protestant Panoramic Alchemy Anamorphic image Bucranium Chiaroscuro woodcut Chateau Genre Landschaft Maulstick Platero 1. Pieter Brueghel the Elders Carrying of the Cross is said to be composed in a way that guides the eye through the painting. Describe how you think that occurs. Where do you enter the painting and how do you move through the work? 2. What did Hans Holbein the Younger incorporate in his work? 3. How did humanism affect northern Europe? 4. Compare and contrast Albrecht Durer with Leonardo da Vinci. 5. Explain the classical and northern influences seen in Albrecht Durers The Fall of Man. 6. Describe El Grecos Burial of Count Orgaz. How does El Greco depict spatial conventions in this image?...
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