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Unit 2-The Renaissance

This set deals with unit 2-the renaissance.
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sfumato
smoky effects
chiaroscuro
light on dark
perspective
depth
Giotto
artist whose works started to look a little different
homunculus
little/shrunken man
real
Medieval works don't look very
blue
Mary's dominant color
fresco
wet plaster on wall
intonaco
top layer of fresco
contraposlo
against the post-relaxed
linear perspective
The Last Supper has __________ _______________ with Jesus in the center
Annunciation
Angel telling Mary she will have Christ child
tonsur cut
Bald spot on top of head
Ghiberti
picked to construct doors for baptistery
baptistery
separate building to baptize infants
Brunelleschi
builds first modern dome
Della Robbia
known for ceramics
Ghirlandaio
Michelangelo's Teacher
Sebastian
known for having arrows in him
Gerome
known for being in a study with a lion
Lucrezia
deemed best wife in Rome-raped by king's son and commits suicide
Mantegna
trick of the eye, foreshortening
Europe, Asia, Africa
Magi in Gifts of the Magi represent
brain
The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel proves Michelangelo dissected bodies because God is encased in a
Pieta
Only work signed by Michelangelo
Ovid
Mythology
pietra serena
stone Michelangelo preferred
souls
Artists believed stones had
St. Peter's in Chains
Julius II's tomb is in Rome in the Church of
Little Barrel
Botticelli means
Virgin Mary
Venus also represents
Botticelli
famous for the tilt of head
right, left
In Raphael's School of Athens, figures on the _______ are logic and reason, figures on the _______ represent inspirational
left
In Raphael's School of Athens, Ptolemy, Hipparchus, Euclid, Aristotle are on the
right
In Raphael's School of Athens, Pythagoras, Alexander the Great are on the
Plato, Aristotle
In Raphael's School of Athens, who's in the middle (2)
Michelangelo
In Raphael's School of Athens, who's in the middle leaning on a block of marble?
Fire in the Borgia
Name of work where Aeneas with father and son in the foreground escaping from the fire of ancient Troy (Raphael's Work in the Pope's apartment)
The Last Judgement
decorates altar in Sistine Chapel
Charon
the boatman to the area of damnation
Savonarola
Michelangelo is influenced by his fiery speeches in The Last Judgement
St Bartholomew
In the Last Judgement, Michelangelo paints himself in the skin of
papal assistant
condemned in lower left corner of the Last Judgement
Bernini
Fountain of Four Rivers is by
Borromini's
Fountain of Four Rivers is a slam on _____________ building by covering the heads of the rivers that face the building so they do not have to view it
coins
In The Fountain of Four Rivers, _______ reference the new involvement in exploration and gold/silver from the New World
papal embalm
In the Fountain of Four Rivers, ______ ________reminder of the Pope and his power
Bernini
The shrine which encircles the throne of St Peter is by
Carravaggio
master of chiaroscuro
Narcissus
In mythology, falls in love with his own reflection
Caravaggio
paints "Narcissus"
Castiglione
wrote The Book of the Courtier, about manners and behavior
Petrarch
Wrote "The Labours of Humanism" in Latin
Petrarch
Wrote "A Debate on Cicero"
Leonardo Bruni
Wrote "A Tribute to Petrarch"
Leonardo Bruni
Wrote "A Humanist Education"
Pico Della Mirandola
Wrote "Oration on the Dignity of Man"
Marsilio Ficino
Wrote "The Soul of Man"
Vespasiano
Wrote "The Rule of Cosimo d'Medici"
Girolamo Savonarola
Wrote "This Will Be Your Final Destruction"
popola grasso
"fat people"; elite nobles, wealthy merchants, and manufacturers
mediocri
middling sort of people; smaller merchants and master artisans
popolo minuto
"little people"; bulk of urban population; laborers, tenant farmers, sharecroppers
Dante
Father of the vernacular
Petrarch
father of humanism
secularism
of this life
Machiavelli
Wrote "The Prince", a handbook of how to gain and keep power
Boccacio
Wrote "Decarmeron"-dirty stories in countryside during plague