Chapter 16 The Renaissance

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Chapter 16 The Renaissance First : read and focus Read Chapter 16, The Renaissance. Focus on the principal movements in art and their unique characteristics. Look for representational conventions that the artist of the Renaissance developed and incorporated into their art. Second : review and extra help Visit these sites for Chapter 16. They were recommended by your book Understanding Art. The national Gallery's tour of the Italian paining of the Fifteenth Century at and Third : vocabulary and terminology Vocabulary and terminology from Chapter 16 to know for the final test. Renaissance, panel painting, glaze, International style, genre painting, icongraphy, intarsia, quatrefoil, Linear perspective, S-curve, Contrapposto, Chiaroscuro, Venus, linear, Venus púdica, and Mannerism. Fourth : works of art Works of art from Chapter 16 to know for the final test. Pg 351 fig 16-1; Pg 352 fig 16-2; Pg 353 fig 16-3; Pg 355 fig 16-5; Pg 356 fig 16- 6; Pg 356 fig 16-7; Pg 358 fig 16-9; Pg 359 fig 16-11; Pg 361 fig 16-14; Pg 362 fig 16-15; Pg 365 fig 16-17; Pg 366 fig 16-18; Pg 367 fig 16-20; Pg 370 fig 16-23; Pg 370 fig 16-24; Pg 371 fig 16-25; Pg 372 fig 16-27; Pg 374 fig 16-28; Pg 375 fig 16-29; Pg 377 fig 16-31; Associate the works of art to the vocabulary and terminology. Fifth : CONCEPTS AND QUESTIONS Concepts and questions for Chapter 16. This assignment is for a grade and must be completed on or before its due date. For this assignments due date and all assignment due dates you must check your weekly course outline and/or your syllabus. Due dates must be observed to receive credit for this assignment. Once the quiz has been shut down it will not be reopened. I have given you a little help with some of the answers, look for the *. There are several points I wanted to make that I do not feel the book did not point out enough. Merode altarpiece by Robert Campin is an example of two things that we will see repeated in the art of the Renaissance, the periods to come, and the periods preceding (Gothic and Romanesque).
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First this work is the Annunciation, and Campin placed this scene in a typical middle class Flemish house of his time even when Mary was really a Jewish maiden of 1 c.e. Even thought the theme of a work, such as a biblical event may have taken place back in the past and in a different culture many artists will depict the scene in the dress of their time period and culture. It is through their use of iconography that we know the story they are telling. Second, often the person or persons commissioning the work will be depicted at the event even if it was in a time period in which they could not have been alive, especially historical biblical themes. After all they are paying for the work so it may as well include them. Chapter 16 Homework
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