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Late Gothic Art

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April 20, 2013
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Late Gothic Art

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April 20, 2013
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  1. Late  Gothic:   The  “Proto-­‐Renaissance”   Reading:   Stokstad,  528-­‐559

        Range:   1300-­‐1400   Late  Gothic     Key  Terms/Concepts:   book  of  hours,  S-­‐Curve,  fleur-­‐di-­‐ lis,  courtly  love,  bubonic  plague,   Italo-­‐ByzanJne,  humanism,   Proto-­‐Renaissance,       Monument  List:     18-­‐20,  Virgin  and  Child,   originally  from  St.  Denis,  c.   1324-­‐1339.     551,  Jean  Pucelle,  Betrayal  of   Judas  and  the  AnnunciaJon,   the  Book  of  Hours  of  Jeanne   d’Evreux,  1325-­‐1328.     18-­‐17,  Small  Ivory  Chest  with   Scenes  of  Courtly  Romances,   Late  Gothic,  1330-­‐1350.     18-­‐6,  Gio\o  di  Bondone,   Virgin  and  Child  Enthroned,   Late-­‐Gothic,  1305-­‐1310.  
  2. Reminders   •  Final  Exam  Tuesday  May  14th  8:00-­‐10:00  in

      Starz  12.  
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  8. JousJng  Scene   Marginalia  

  9. Marginalia   Children  playing  

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  13. Fleur-­‐de-­‐lis  

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  24. Italian     ByzanJne   =   Italo-­‐ByzanJne   +

     
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  31. CriJcal  Thinking  QuesJons   1.  What  is  the  relaJonship  between

     the  viewer   and  the  divine  in  Gothic  Europe?    How  is  that   relaJonship  show  in  Gothic  art?   2.  What  is  secularizaJon?    What  social  and  cultural   changes  make  secularizaJon  possible?    How  is   that  reflected  in  Gothic  images?   3.  What  does  the  term  “Proto-­‐Renaissance”  mean?     What  assumpJons  does  it  make  about  late   Medieval  art?