Lecture 29-Age of Renaissance

Lecture 29-Age of Renaissance - printing around 1439 (the...

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Age of the Renaissance c. 1350-1550 Key Terms: Patronage Studia humanitates Renaissance Humanism Christian Humanists Johannes Gutenberg Topics: Defining the Renaissance Humanism Education Christian Humanism The Printed Word Changing Artistic Styles
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Italian City-States  c. 1494 Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519),  The Monalisa (La Gioconda) c. 1503-1506 (Kept at the Louvre, Paris)
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Florentine Bank Scene Italian painter Lorenzo Lotto captures  the mixing of social groups in a  Renaissance Italian city. Wealthy  merchants, soldiers, and boys  intermingle while at the right, women  sell vegetables and bread - a common  sight at any city marketplace.
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Johannes Gutenberg (1398-1468): German inventor of mechanical movable type   
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Unformatted text preview: printing around 1439 (the printing press), and created the first mass-produced copy of the Bible in 1456. These Gutenberg Bibles circulated widely and were printed in the Vernacular. Michelangelo’s David (1501-1504) Growth of Printing in Europe, 1448-1551 Filippo Brunelleschi’s Dome on the Cathedral of Florence (1420-1436) Note: Renaissance artistic styles of the 1400s: quattrocento , & 1500s: cinquecento Lorenzo Ghiberti’s Gates of Paradise for the Baptistery of Florence The Sistine Chapel Titian , Danae and the Shower of Gold , 1554 Michelangelo’s La Pieta situated inside St. Peter’s Basilica Boticelli’s Primavera (Spring), 1482...
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