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12. 13. What was the technological advance of the Gothic style? 14. What was the name of the side supports that propped up the high Gothic walls?
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15. Which artist led the realistic revolution in painting in the 1300s? 16. Which set of brothers were pioneers in the development of oil paint? L06.01 Film: The Ghent Altarpiece 1. For what two things were the Flemish known in the late Middle Ages? 1) The fine quality of the cloth 2) The craftsmanship of the painters. 2. Why did the Flemish experiment with linseed oil for their paints? The egg and water-based paints ran a lot. 3. What do we call a single work of art composed of several panels? Polyptch L06.02 Reading: 1453 1. What catastrophe reduced the population of Europe in the 1300s and 1400s 2. What three events occurred in 1453, signaling the end of the Middle Ages? 3. 4. 5. 6. Who were the main combatants in the Hundred Years' War? France and 7. 8. L06.04 Reading: The Renaissance 1. What does Renaissance mean? “rebirth” 2. What was the "Middle Ages" the middle of? A time between the fall of the Roman Empire, and the Renaissance 3. How did Plato's ideas affect the art of the Middle Ages? Most was “Apollonian”. It appealed to the mind and avoided the “watering of the passions” 4. What did Renaissance artists find in ancient art that they believed was missing from the art of the Middle Ages? Greece and Rome achieved a pinnacle of culture, which was lost when Rome fell and Roman civilization went into the “Dark Ages” 5. Which Renaissance humanist taught that free will was what made man 6. 7. 8. 9. What rich political leader was an important patron of the arts in Florence?
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