248-‐262 Range 1300-‐1600 Proto, Early, and High Renaissance Terms/Concept Humanism, Medici, Terribilita, Buon Fresco, Key Monuments GioCo di Bondone, The Lamenta@on,“Arena” (Scr ovegni) Chapel, Padua, Italy, 1305-‐1306. Donatello, David, 1446-‐1460 Sandro BoTcelli, Primavera, 1482. Raphael, The School of Athens, 1510-‐1511.
the Virgin, “Arena” (Scrovegni) Chapel, Padua, Italy, 1305-‐1306. Bringing of the Rods Wedding at Cana Raising of Lazarus The ResurrecUon The LamentaUon Praying Suitors Life of the Virgin Life of Christ Death of Christ
Chapel, Padua, Italy, 1305-‐1306. Last Judgment (Detai), Tympanum, Ste. Foy, Conques, France, 11th century. Andrea di Cione (Orcagna), SalvaUon of Emperor Henry II, from the Strozzi Altarpiece, 1354-‐1357.
me, I avoided him, he followed, I took ﬂight; he was stronger…” –Flora in Ovid’s Fas@ “I enjoy eternal spring, a radient season..At the heart of the land my dowry lies a ferUle garden in the mildest of climates…My noble husband ﬁlled it with ﬂowers, saying: ‘You, o goddess, shall rule over the ﬂowers!’” –Flora in Ovid’s Fas@
of it has jammed by belly up beneath my chin. Beard to the sky…Brush splaCerings make a pavement of my face…I’m not a painter!” “I used to consider that sculpture was the lantern of painUng and that between the two things there was the same diﬀerence as that between the sun and the moon. But...I now consider that painUng and sculpture are one and the same thing…As to that man [Leonardo] who wrote saying that painUng was more noble than sculpture, if he had known as much about the other subjects on which he has wriCen, why, my maid servant would have wriCen beCer!”