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Early Rennaisance

15th Century, Plague, Italy
Dome of Florence Cathedral
Brunelleschi's Dome, Florence, 1296-1436 (1420)
Pazzi Chapel, Brunelleschi
1430-1460, Florence
Conceived by mathematical proportions
studies in human interest, based on Athenian culture and focused on human aesthetics, intellectualism, and rationalization
Donatello, St George, 1417
or San Michele, (Bargello) Florence
Created for the Armorers Guild
Donatello, St George relief
Beginnings of Linear Perspective
Donatello, Feast of Herod 1425
Lorenzo Ghiberti,
East doors, Baptistery, Florence Cathedral, Florence Italy, 1425-1452 Gilded Bronze
Ghiberti doors, Isaac and his sons (detail) 2'7.5" square, gilded bronze relief
Donatello, David, ca 1420s-60s
Contrapasto posture, comprable to Doryphoros, (the spear bearer)
Inspired by, but not as idealized as classical sculpture
Donatello, Gattamelata, Padua 1453
Brancacci Chapel, Masacchio
Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence
begun 1380
Masacchio, Tribute Money, c1425
Brancacci chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence
=political statement about religion paying taxes, Brancacci family was in support of it.
Massacio, Expulsion of Adam and Eve. Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence
Masacchio, the Holy Trinity, c 1428, Santa Maria Novella, Florence
Quote on the tomb depiction
What you are, I once was, what I am, you will become
Linear perspective
Orthogonal lines
Vanishing Point
Cardini Chapel, Pescia
Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c1485 Painted on Canvas (to be paraded and easily moved)
Gonzaga, and wife, Room of the Newlyweds, Mantegna
Mantegna, Room of the Newlyweds
1465-74, Mantua
ceiling of the Room of the Newly weds, Mantegna,
Mategna, Dead Christ, 1501
San Brizio Chapel, Orvieto Cathedral 1499-1500 Luca Signorelli
Luca Signorelli, the resurrection of the flesh 1499-1500 San Brizio Chapel, Orvieto