High Renaissance Art

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High Renaissance Art 1480-1520 I. Characteristics of Renaissance Art a. Humanism b. Secularism c. Individualism d. Naturalism i. Perspective II. Representative Artists and Works a. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) i. Renaissance man, he could do everything ii. The Last Supper (WC, 358) 1. Room where the Dominican friars would’ve eaten 2. The triangle represents the trinity 3. “amen, amen I say to you, one of you will betray me” (john 13:21) a. Depicts the scene after Christ says this 4. Judas lost the light of the world, which is why he is darker than everyone and Christ iii. Mona Lisa 1. Mysterious background 2. Her eyes 3. Her smile a. Is it a smirk or a smile? 4. Her posture a. Triangle form 5. Her hands a. They are kind of big for her iv. Virgin, Child, and St. Anne 1. Is Anne Mona? 2. This are a little out of proportion 3. Jesus as a lamb that is going to be sacrificed 4. Triangular form b. Raphael (1483-1520) i. Madonnas 1. Idealism a. Beautiful young women b. Light skin light hair
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