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Renaissance Exam 2

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Sacrifice of Isaac, Lorenzo Ghiberti
1402, Bronze
Annunciation, Lorenzo Ghiberti, Florence Baptistry
Before 1407, Bronze, North Doors
St. Mark, Donatello, Orsanmichele
1411-1416, Marble
St. George and the Dragon, Donatello, Orsanmichele
1420, Marble
Quattro Santi Coronati (Four Crowned Martyrs), Nanni Di Banco, Orsanmichele
1409-1416, Marble
Fresco Cycle with scenes from the life of St. Peter, the first pope, Masaccio, Masolino, and Filippino Lippi, Santa Maria del Carmine
Brancacci Chapel
The Tribute Money, Masaccio, Santa Maria del Carmine
1420's, Fresco, Brancacci Chapel
Expulsion, Masaccio, Santa Maria del Carmine
1420s, Fresco, Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine
Trinity with Mary, John the Evangelist, and Two Donors, Masaccio, Santa Maria Novella
1426-1427, Fresco
Monastery of San Marco, Michelozzo Di Bartolommeo, Florence
1442-44
Madonna and Saints, Fra Angelico, Monastery of San Marco
1438-40, Panel
Annunciation, Fra Angelico, Monastery of San Marco
1438-1445, Fresco, Hallway
Madonna and Child with the Birth of the Virgin and the Meeting of Joachim and Anna, Fra Filippino Lippi
1452, Panel
Fresco Cycle with scenes from the Legends of Saint Stephen and John the Baptist, Fra Filippino Lippi, Cathedral of Prato
1452-66
The Feast of Herod, Fra Filippino Lippi, Cathedral of Prato
1452-66, Fresco
The Adoration of the Infant Jesus, Fra Filippino Lippi
1450s, Panel
Sant' Andrea Exterior, Leon Battista Alberti, Mantua
1470
Sant' Andrea Interior, Leon Battista Alberti, Mantua
1470
On Painting, Leon Battista Alberti
1436
Gates of Paradise, Lorenzo Ghiberti, Florence Baptistry
1425-1452, Bronze, East Doors
Jacob and Esau, Lorenzo Ghiberti, Florence Baptistry
1435, panel
Cantoria, Donatello, Florence Cathedral
1433-1439, Marble, Mosiac, Bronze
David, Donatello, Palazzo Medici
1446-1460, Bronze
Battle of San Romano, Paolo Uccello, Palazzo Medici
1435-1460, Panel
Madonna and Child with Saints Francis, John the Baptist, Zenobius, and Lucy, Domenico Veneziano, Santa Lucia de' Magnoli
1445-1447, Panel, St. Lucy Altarpiece
The Last Supper, Andrea del Castagno
1447, Cenacolo of Sant' Apollonia, Florence
The Vision of St. Jerome, Andrea del Castagno, Santissimo Annunziata
1454-1455, Fresco
Baptism of Christ, Piero Della Francesca, Pieve of San Giovanni
1440s, Panel
Legend of the True Cross, Piero Della Francesca, Chapel of San Francesco
1440-1465
Invention of the True Cross and Recognition of the True Cross, Piero Della Francesca, Chapel of San Francesco
1450s
The Flagellation, Piero Della Francesca
1450s, Panel
Saint Sebastian, Andrea Pollaiuolo, Santissimo Annunziata
1474-1475, Panel, Commissioned by the Pucci Family
David, Andrea Del Verrocchio, Palazzo Medici
1470s, Bronze, Gold
Punishment of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram, Sandro Botticelli, Sistine Chapel
1481-1482, Fresco, Vatican, Rome. Commissioned by Pope Sixtus IV
Primavera, Sandro Botticelli
1482, Panel. Commissioned by Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco Medici.
The Calumny of Apelles, Sandro Botticelli
1497-1498, Panel
Assumption
The ascent of the Virgin Mary to heaven after her death and burial when, according to Roman Catholic belief, her soul was reunited with her body.
Barrel Vault
A semi cylindrical vault.
Carmelite
Begun in the mid-twelfth century by a crusader named Berthold and his followers, who settled in caves on Mt. Carmel and led lives of silence, seclusion, and abstinence. About 1240 they migrated to Western Europe, where the rule was altered, the austerities mitigated, and the order changed to a mendicant one.
Chiaroscuro
In painting, the contrast of light and shade--from the Italian "chiaro" (light) and "oscuro" (dark)--to enhance modeling.
Circumscription
Process of delineating the external outlines on the painting.
Condottiere
Italian term meaning mercenary military leader.
Contrapposto
Italian word for "set against". A term described by the human body when weight is borne on one leg while the other is relaxed.
Dominican
Founded as a preaching order at Toulouse in 1216 by St. Dominic. The Dominicans lived austerely and believed in having no personal possessions, surviving by charity, and begging. After the Franciscans, they became the second great mendicant order.
Istoria
Italian term for history or historical narrative
Orthogonal
Lines running at right angles to the plane of the picture surface but, in a representation using one-point perspective, converging toward a common vanishing point in the distance.
Pier
A vertical architectural support used in an arched or vaulted structural system. Piers are usually rectangular in section, but if used with an order, they may be decorated with half-columns or pilasters with bases and capitals of the same design.
Polyptych
An altarpiece of devotional object consisting of more than three sections joined together.
Rilievo schiacciato
Italian term for flattened relief; refers to a kind of sculpture initiated by Donatello in which distance and perspective are achieved by optical suggestion rather than sculptural projection.
Tondo
Italian term for a circular painting or relief.