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AH Michelangelo Quiz 2
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Raphael engaged in direct competition with his rival Sebatiano del piombo...........
when creating The Transfiguration
Raphaels tapestries for the Sistine Chapel walls....
commemorate Peter's calling to perform miracles and Paul's to preach and convert unbelievers
were woven in Flanders, specifically in present day Brussels
Initially cause for hullabaloo throughout religious Rome, Michelangelo's Last Judgement scene in the Sistine Chapel.....
was retrofitted with painted drapery by Daniele da Volterra
received criticism for its theological ambiguity
replaced the wall decoration that had been badly damaged in a conflagration of 1525
commissioned by Clement XII
commissioned by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain, Donato Bramante's Tempietto on the Janiculum Hill was inspired by....
antiquity's centrally planned temples- the objects of Bramante's early studies in Rome
an early christian form of architecture known as the martyrium
Leonardo da Vinci's church designs, to which Bramante was exposed while working in Milan
What are the most common attributes or symbols used in High Renaissance art to identify Apollo?
A laurel wreath crowning his head and a stringed musical instrument known as the lyre
the year 1527 marked the beginning of....
a period of turmoil in Rome, during which many of the city's works of art and monuments fell victim to vandalism
Who commissioned Raphael's tapestries for the lower register of the Sistine Chapel walls?
Pope Leo X
Built between 1506 and 1512, the Villa Farnesia represents a luxurious, suburban, private Roman residence. Its decorative program features myriad fresco cycles, including those for the Loggia of Cupid Psyche. Who was the villa's original owner?
Thanks to Donato Bramante and his sway over Pope Julius II, the young Raphael- a relatively lesser known artist at the time- was invited to Rome where he received an important papal commission that garnered not only numrous accolades but also uninterrupted patronage for the rest of the artist's life. What work is credited with launching his career?
The School of Athens and The Disputation of the Holy Sacrament
According to later traditions, the Tempietto on the Janiculum Hill marks the site:
where Saint Peter was crucified
How many biblical events are captured in The Transfiguration, who was the artist, and what is something significant about the work?
2 events- transfiguration of Christ and Apostles failing to cure a boy from demons awaiting Christ's return
It was his last painting
Who inspired Michelangelo's depiction of the face and head for Christ in his Sistine Chapel Last Judgement
Which Pope adopted Chigi
Invited by Agostino Chigi, ..... left his hometown of ....... for Rome
Sebastiano del Piombo, Venice
The villa Fanresia represented an architectural anomaly because....
It functioned not only as a villa, but also combined the customary practice of pleasure with that of negotium/business
Where was Raphael buried?
Where was Baldassarre Peruzzi born?
small town near Siena
Where was Raphael born?
During the Renaissance period, whose book was considered the painter's bible?
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