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Unformatted text preview: LATE-MEDIEVAL ITALIAN ART [1300-1348] Nomenclature Late Gothic vs. Late-Medieval vs. Early Renaissance Style: new naturalism Giotto narrative unity; three-dimensionality of forms; modeling in chiaroscuro ; normative proportions; natural setting; spatial depth Greco-Roman art as model, as well as direct observation of natural world concern with engaging viewers emotions N.B. continuation of Byzantine and Gothic elements (Duccio) *Cimabue, Virgin and Child Enthroned (Maest ), likely painted for the high altar of the Church of Santa Trinita, Florence, Italy, c. 1280. Tempera & gold on wood panel. Stokstad 17-6. *Giotto, Virgin and Child Enthroned (Maest) , likely painted for the high altar of the Church of the Ognissanti, Florence, Italy, 1305- 1310. Tempera & gold on wood panel. Stokstad 17-7 *Giotto, Meeting at the Golden Gate , detail from fresco cycle of the Arena Chapel, Padua, Italy, 1305-06. Fresco. *Giotto, Lamentation , detail from fresco cycle of the Arena Chapel, Padua, Italy, 1305-06. Fresco. Stokstad 17-9 *Duccio di Buoninsegna, Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints , principal panel of the Maest Altarpiece , originally installed in the Siena Cathedral, Siena, Italy, 13081311. Tempera and gold leaf on wood. * Ambrogio Lorenzetti, Effects of Good Government in the City and Countryside , Town Hall, Siena, Italy, 1338-1340. Fresco. Stokstad, 17-15 *Lorenzetti, Allegory of Good Government and Bad Government with its Effects on the City Life , Siena, Italy, 1338-1340. Fresco. Flemish Fifteenth-Century Painting International Gothic, or Courtly Style artistic & cultural exchange between noble courts of France & Netherlands luxury objectsilluminated Books of Hours II. 15th-Century Flanders major artistic center in Europe new urban, prosperous middle class art for public and private use--concern with transcribing actual surface appearance of people, objects & environment--sacred symbols in every-day life [N. B. Flemish = of or from Flanders, or Netherlandish] *Limbourg Brothers, February , detail from The Very Sumptuous Hours of the Duke of Berry , 1411-16. Colors and ink on parchment. Stokstad 18-6 *Robert Campin, Mrode Altarpiece , c. 1425-28. Oil on wood panel. Stokstad 18-10 *Jan van Eyck, Double Portrait ( Arnolfini Wedding ) , 1434. Oil on wood panel. Stokstad 18- 13 *Rogier van der Weyden, Deposition from the Cross , c. 1435- 38. Oil on wood panel. Stokstad 18-14 *Petrus Christus, A Goldsmith in His Shop (St. Eligius)? , 1449. Oil on wood panel. Stokstad 18-18 Italian Early Renaissance Art 1400-1500 Renaissance or rebirth of: nature classical antiquityGreco-Roman heritage ideal canon of beauty Concern with: individual and civil society Humanism Technical Advances: printing press Gutenberg, 1445 scientific observation and experimentation human anatomy linear perspective In Art: ideals of harmony and rational representation *...
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