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What does Proto-Renaissance mean?
What is the International Style?
What are the two types of fresco? What is a fresco cycle?
In what ways did Giotto "restore what was lost"? What is meant by this?
What are the characteristics of Quattrocento or 15th century Italian Renaissance art and architecture? How do they differ from those of the Proto-Renaissance?
What was Donatello's achievement?
What was Brunelleschi's achievement?
In what way was Masaccio working in the tradition of Giotto's art? What did he accomplish that
Giotto had not?
What does iconography mean?
What is sculptural relief?
What is linear perspective? Who invented linear perspective? What is an orthogonal? How could the use of linear perspective affect the meaning of a subject that was depicted?
How are the Early and High Renaissance similar and different?
How did Italian Renaissance architecture restore what was lost?
How does Venetian art in the Renaissance differ from art produced in Florence and Rome? What gives Venetian art its distinctive quality?
What kind of commissions did Renaissance artists receive besides religious? Why?
What is Mannerism? How is it different from High Renaissance?
What was the Counter-Reformation and how did it affect the art produced at that time?
What are the characteristics of Northern Renaissance art? What countries and artists produced this type of art?
How does Northern Renaissance art differ from Italian Renaissance art? Why is Northern Renaissance in the 15th c. sometimes called Late Gothic?
How does Northern Renaissance art change in the 16th c.? How does it relate to Italy?