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04 Renaissance - Renaissance Prague 1526-1620 A Renaissance...

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Renaissance Prague 1526-1620
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A. Renaissance: Historical context 1. The Renaissance The Passional of Abbess Cunigund (1320) Vitruvian Man , Leonardo DaVinci (1487)
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A. Renaissance: Historical context 2. Introduction of the Renaissance into Prague through the Habsburg Court Royal Mausoleum [Ferdinand I, Maximilian II, Queen Anne] in St. Vitus Cathedral (1566-89)
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A. Renaissance: Historical context 3. Turkish threat and relocation of the nobility Martinec Palace, Hradcany Square (1600)
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Classical Greek and Roman orders of architecture: Doric , Ionic , Corinthian (Tuscan , Composite ) B. Renaissance architecture
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B. Renaissance architecture Vladislav Hall of the Old Royal Palace in Prague Castle – Benedict Ried (1495-1505)
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B. Renaissance architecture 1a. Royal Palace: Queen’s Summer Garden Addition of Royal Gardens (1520s)
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B. Renaissance architecture 1. Royal Palace: Queen’s Summer Garden Prague Castle Royal Gardens, Singing fountain (1564)
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Queen’s Summer Palace, Paulo della Stella (1538)
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B. Renaissance architecture 1a. Royal Palace: Queen’s Summer Garden
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B. Renaissance architecture 1a. Royal Palace: Queen’s Summer Garden
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Ball Game Hall, Prague Castle Royal Gardens (1568)
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B. Renaissance architecture 2. Aristocratic Palaces Schwarzenberg Palace, Hrad ! any (1555-60)
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Granovsky Palace, Old Town (1560) B. Renaissance architecture 3. Merchant homes
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B. Renaissance architecture 3. Merchant homes Portals : Aedicule St. George’s Monastery in Prague Castle (1520s)
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House at the Two Golden Bears - Old Town (late 16th c) B. Renaissance architecture 3. Merchant homes Portals : Chambranle
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