***Thank you to VALERIE WHITE of Vista High School, for all her help. All APAH content and information made possible from her hard work. Also, thank you to Dr. Robert Coad for his guidance and materials.
Mona Lisa, da Vinci
The Last Supper, da Vinci
Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo
-Plan of ceiling
-The Creation of Adam
Venus of Urbino, Titan
Il Gesu façade, della Porta
The Entombment of Christ, Pontormo
KEY IDEAS- HIGH RENAISSANCE (1495-1520)
- Revitalization of the city of Rome under Pope Julius II
- All about Roman Grandeur by producing awe inspiring artistic projects
- Key Points: Symmetry, Balance, Ideal Proportions, Triangular compositions
- Venetian Painters stress sensuous forms with sophisticated color combos
- Portraits are of true likeness and personalities
- Renaissance = Before sack of Rome
- Mannerism = After 1527
KEY IDEAS- MANNERISM (1520-1600)
- Mannerist art is deliberately intellectual, asking the viewer to respond in a sophisticated way to the spatial challenges
- Complicated compositions, distorted figures, complex allegorical interpretations
- Renaissance means a "rebirth" suggesting that the 15th and 16th centuries marked an awakening from the "dark ages". The dark ages were actually a great time period where Europe gave rise to laws, language and economics.
- New rise to secularism- not a huge focus on the hereafter
- After the Protestant Reformation in 1517, High Renaissance art was not reflective of so called perfect world. The complexities of Mannerist art better describe this period.
- Rome was sacked in 1527 by Charles V against France, Milan, Venic, Florence, and the Papacy
- The Council of Trent (1545-1563) or the Counter-Reformation, created a new order of priests, the Jesuits.
- Jesuits used art as a teaching tool and a religious statement.
Inspired by the Renaissance artists' use of portable, stretched canvases for their paintings, students will paint a mini canvas! Optional- "glaze" or vanish your canvas, just like the masters did.