Title: Sacrifice of Isaac Artist: Brunelleschi: Date: 1401-1402 Cultural Period: Early Renaissance Location: Florence
Title: Sacrifice of Isaac Arist: Ghiberti Date: 1401-1402 Cultural Period: Early Renaissance Location: Florence
-Grace & smoothness, focus on human body/muscular system -these classical references are indicative of humanism in 15 cent. -Won the commission
Title: Four Crowned Saints, Or San Michele -Nanni Di Banco Date: 1410-1416 Cultural Period: Early Renaissance Location: Florence -early attempt to integrate figures and space on monumental scale, figures are unified Influenced by Roman portrait statues
St Mark by Donatello 1411-1413 Early Renaissance Florence -big step in depicting motion in human figure by recognizing contrapposto (weight shift) -reintroduced concept of moving body to renaissance art; first painting whose garments accentuate movement.
Duomo, Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral Florence 1420-1436 Lantern completed 1471 Filippo Brunelleschi (1377-1446) Brunelleschi invented renaissance architecture Use of scaffolding raised center of dome around an arch
-Santo Spirito -Brunelleschi Florence: begun 1446 Classical influence (Roman Pantheon, 126 A.D.) -floor plan a cross -rhythmic harmony/everything is proportional -mathematical equations produce tranquil atmosphere
Palazzo Medici-Riccardi by Michelozzo (1396-1474) Florence, begun 1445 -heavy rustication accentuates building's strength -blends antiquity and new design that characterizes early renaissance in Italy
Palazzo Rucellai, Florence ca 1452-1470 by Leon Battista Alberti built 1452-1470 Based on colosseum ca. 70-80 b.c. (Roman architecture) -adapted Roman manner of using different capitals for each story
Title: David Bronze statue, by Donatello ca. 1440-1460 Florence -Freestanding nude statue is a revival of classical principle commissioned by Medici quiet classicism
Title: Feast of Herod Gilded bronze relief sculpture by Donatello Location: baptismal font of Siena Cathedral, Siena Italy 1425 Marks the advent of rationalized perspective.
Title: Isaac and his Sons (Jacob and Esau) By Lorenzo Ghiberti Date: 1401-1402 Location: Baptistery, Florence Significance: In this gilded bronze relief, Ghiberti employed linear and aerial perspective -first to embrace unified system for rep. space