1-26-12 Class notes

1-26-12 Class notes - 17:43 Brunelleschi Donatello Masaccio

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17:43 Brunelleschi Donatello Masaccio Jan van Eyck, Double Portrait (“Arnolfini Wedding”)  1434  Perspectival layout: Each of its units have its own vanishing points Aerial perspective Combined with a more intuitive rendering area of space Less sharp depictions of objects Much more precise than Giotto Architect  Horizon line Vanishing point View in direction of VP Orthogonals – horizontal lines that converge on the lines of the vanishing points Masaccio, Trinity with the Virgin, Saint John the Evangelist, and Donors,  c. 1425-26/27,  FRESCO Depicts holy trinity in chapel Donors on the bottom Close but also clearly separated  Do not reach holy realm  Painted altar 
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Tomb with Skelton -> funerary chapel “What you are now I once way, what I am now you will be”
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course 830 201 taught by Professor Leyton during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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1-26-12 Class notes - 17:43 Brunelleschi Donatello Masaccio

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