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hst 9:20 notes - 9/20/10 Renaissance Art & Architecture...

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9/20/10 Similarities between Renaissance and Medieval Art Most remained devote Catholics Paintings of the Madonna where very popular -Worshiped almost as a second God Medieval was 1 dimensional Renaissance was 2 dimensional -Often depicted the same things Medieval Art: -Catholic church- human body was reguarded as sinful -Characters were uni-sex in medieval art -Body is represented with long drapped robes, only the face and hands were shown. -The Catholic church objected to the glorification of the human body Renaissance: -Back to ancient/classics -Egg based paint -Glorification of the human body and the gods, -Naked body, bodies gendered -Artists begin to draw pagan figures -Artists try to captures the ideal human form -Each figure was represented as unique -Figures have expression and substance Giotto -14 th century -One of the first to bring in perspective (foreground, middle ground, background) -Wanted art to imitate nature Uccello -St. George- knight killing dragon -Portrait- unique figure, definition, 2 dimensional
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