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AP Art History, Renaissance Europe
Giotto (unknown architect)... Arena (Scro…
Giotto Arena Chapel... View of Interior
Giotto Arena Chapel... "Lamentation"
Workshop of Robert Campin... "Annunciatio…
Giotto (unknown architect)... Arena (Scro…
Giotto Arena Chapel... View of Interior
15 terms
AP Art History, Renaissance Europe
Annunciation Triptych
Pazzi Chapel
Arnolfini Portrait
David
Workshop of Robert Campin... (Merode Altarpiece)... 1427 - 1432... Nor…
Brunelleschi... (Basilica di Santa Croce)... ca 1429 - 1461... Early I…
Jan van Eyck... ca 1434... Northern Renaissance... Oil on wood
Donatello... ca 1440 - 60... Early Italian Renaissance ... Bronze
Annunciation Triptych
Workshop of Robert Campin... (Merode Altarpiece)... 1427 - 1432... Nor…
Pazzi Chapel
Brunelleschi... (Basilica di Santa Croce)... ca 1429 - 1461... Early I…
11 terms
Renaissance Europe History
Feudalism
Renaissamce
Humanism
Perspective
Political system where nobles get land from the king in excha…
Period of time where in classical culture which lead to chang…
A renaissance intellectual movement where people, studied hum…
An artistic technique that creates 3D
Feudalism
Political system where nobles get land from the king in excha…
Renaissamce
Period of time where in classical culture which lead to chang…
32 terms
History- Medieval Europe & Renaissance
Edward the Confessor, Anglo-Saxon
William, "the Conqueror" Duke of Norma…
William I
Curia regis
(r 1042-1066)... -able to unite some of England, but still fairl…
Battle of Hastings (1066)... - he and the Normans attack Harold…
-1086 Domesday Book- organizes empire, taxes, who owes what... -…
king's great council of bishops, abbots, and barons that advi…
Edward the Confessor, Anglo-Saxon
(r 1042-1066)... -able to unite some of England, but still fairl…
William, "the Conqueror" Duke of Norma…
Battle of Hastings (1066)... - he and the Normans attack Harold…
13 terms
History; The Renaissance in Europe
Mercenaries
Republic
What were the major differences of Mac…
What are some of the differences in th…
A soldier who fights primarily for pay
A form of government in which the leader is not a king and ce…
...
The Sforza's family gained their power by leading mercenaries…
Mercenaries
A soldier who fights primarily for pay
Republic
A form of government in which the leader is not a king and ce…
63 terms
History 1223 Renaissance Europe
Martin Luther
95 theses
Gutenberg
John Calvin
A German monk who became one of the most famous critics of th…
It was nailed to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany in 1517…
Invented the printing press, member of the clergy. 95 theses…
A French theologian who established a theocracy in the Geneva…
Martin Luther
A German monk who became one of the most famous critics of th…
95 theses
It was nailed to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany in 1517…
9 terms
History of Europe II: The Renaissance
1400s
nature of humanity
Italian
rebirth
Renaissance began _____.
Changes and tensions led to new thinking on _____ ___ _____ a…
Renaissance began on _____ peninsula.
New intellectual orientation became known as Renaissance, or…
1400s
Renaissance began _____.
nature of humanity
Changes and tensions led to new thinking on _____ ___ _____ a…
19 terms
History- The Renaissance in Europe
Renaissance
trade
usury
secularize
(1300's-1600) The cultural rebirth that occurred in Europe fr…
The Crusades helped jump-start the Renaissance bc they stimul…
The Roman Catholic church had a rule against ____ (high inter…
the RC church helped ___(modernize) N. Italia
Renaissance
(1300's-1600) The cultural rebirth that occurred in Europe fr…
trade
The Crusades helped jump-start the Renaissance bc they stimul…
Renaissance in Europe
humanism
Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo
Italy
Main philosophy of the Renaissance, which focused on people
Renaissance artist and mathematician, painted the Mona Lisa,…
Renaissance painter and sculptor noted for large works, such…
Country where the Renaissance began
humanism
Main philosophy of the Renaissance, which focused on people
Leonardo da Vinci
Renaissance artist and mathematician, painted the Mona Lisa,…
79 terms
Schuhl History: Medieval and Renaissance Europe
Feudalism
Serf
Three Estates
Clergy
Social system in Medieval Europe in which nobility held lands…
Peasants bound to work on a land by law and pay their dues to…
1. Clergy 2. Nobility 3. Commoners ( Everyone not in 1 and 2)
1st Estate; the body of all people ordained for religious dut…
Feudalism
Social system in Medieval Europe in which nobility held lands…
Serf
Peasants bound to work on a land by law and pay their dues to…
20 terms
History Chapter 15: The Renaissance in Europe
Jan van Eyck
Humanism
Republic
Florence
Flemish painter; created and perfected oil painting
Revived interest in Greek and Roman classics
Leader elected by the people
City state controlled by the Medici Family
Jan van Eyck
Flemish painter; created and perfected oil painting
Humanism
Revived interest in Greek and Roman classics
8 terms
Renaissance Europe History 6th grade
The renaissance
Johannes Gutenberg
Michelangelo
Leonardo da Vinci
• A period of Artistic and intellectual activity •began in It…
An Italian person who invented a practical printing press
A painter/sculptor who skillfully portrayed human figure and…
• A painter/sculptor •painted Mona Lisa
The renaissance
• A period of Artistic and intellectual activity •began in It…
Johannes Gutenberg
An Italian person who invented a practical printing press
9 terms
Europe Renaissance
The Renaissance:
Secular-
NonSecular-
Michelangelo-
(1350- 1600) French word meaning rebirth. A rebirth of civili…
Nonreligious
religious
brilliant artist, painted the Sistine Chapel. His work helped…
The Renaissance:
(1350- 1600) French word meaning rebirth. A rebirth of civili…
Secular-
Nonreligious
17 terms
History- Pre Renaissance and Early Renaissance Europe
After the Hundred years war, England f…
The Flemish Painter Jan Van Eyck was t…
Lorenzo Ghiberti was
The Black Death killed nearly 38 milli…
The war of the roses
The oil painting technique
responsible for the Baptistery doors at the main cathedral in…
A severe economic consequences
After the Hundred years war, England f…
The war of the roses
The Flemish Painter Jan Van Eyck was t…
The oil painting technique
6 terms
World History The Rise of Europe: Renaissance
Italy
Patron
Lorenzo de Medici
Leonardo de Vinci
The country where the Renaissance begins which was a center o…
A financial supporter of the arts. City-states controlled by…
Him and his family controlled Florence (a city in Italy). He…
A very popular artist who painted the Mona Lisa and The Last…
Italy
The country where the Renaissance begins which was a center o…
Patron
A financial supporter of the arts. City-states controlled by…
16 terms
Renaissance in Northern Europe, art history
Annunciation Triptych
Characteristics of Ren. paintings
The Arnolfini Portrait
The Isenheim Altarpiece
•Artist: Robert Campin ... •Used in home, for private viewing an…
1. Oil Paint ... 2. Patrons depicted in scene ... 3. Biblical figur…
•Artist: Jan Van Eyck ... •Believed to be a scene of marriage ... •…
•Big scale piece used in a church that was connected to a hos…
Annunciation Triptych
•Artist: Robert Campin ... •Used in home, for private viewing an…
Characteristics of Ren. paintings
1. Oil Paint ... 2. Patrons depicted in scene ... 3. Biblical figur…
World History Exam - Renaissance Europe
Tokugawa Shogunate
"Renaissance"
Italian Renaissance
Northern Renaissance
Peaceful era in Japan; ruled by Shogun closed off to foreigne…
Term meaning "rebirth"
Earlier phase; associated with art, literature, humanism - em…
Later phase; associated with art, literature, humanism - Chri…
Tokugawa Shogunate
Peaceful era in Japan; ruled by Shogun closed off to foreigne…
"Renaissance"
Term meaning "rebirth"
13 terms
Art History - Renaissance Europe Dates
Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpie…
The Ghent Altarpiece
The Arnolfini Portrait
Pazzi Chapel
1427-1432
completed in 1432
1434
1429-1469
Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpie…
1427-1432
The Ghent Altarpiece
completed in 1432
15 terms
World History I Renaissance Europe
Humanism
Petrarch
Pico Della Mirondola
Castiglione
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
"Father of Humanism." studied classical Greek and Latin. intr…
Dignity of Man (glorification of the individual)
Wrote The Courtier which was about education and manners and…
Humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Petrarch
"Father of Humanism." studied classical Greek and Latin. intr…
26 terms
Renaissance Europe Art History Midterm
History of Lucretia Florentine
Primavera
Famous Men and Women
Confirmation of St. Francis' Rule
Botticelli
Botticelli
Castagno
Ghirlandaio
History of Lucretia Florentine
Botticelli
Primavera
Botticelli
28 terms
Renaissance Europe
Michelangelo
Leonardo Da Vinci
Renaissance
classical art
A Renaissance artist, renowned for his painting and sculpture
Known for the Mona Lisa. a famous Italian Polymath, Renaissan…
a great flowering of culture, based on classical Greek and Ro…
influenced by the styles and techniques of ancient Greece and…
Michelangelo
A Renaissance artist, renowned for his painting and sculpture
Leonardo Da Vinci
Known for the Mona Lisa. a famous Italian Polymath, Renaissan…
17 terms
World History Unit 3 Europe Renaissance
Towns and Trade
guilds
Charter
Magna Carta
urbanization, skilled workers and artisans, guilds.
associations of craftsmen/merchants
people's loyalty and king's protection
a charter agreed by King John, 1215
Towns and Trade
urbanization, skilled workers and artisans, guilds.
guilds
associations of craftsmen/merchants
77 terms
World History Chapter 2 The Renaissance in Europe ALL
Italy
trade
Middle Eastern goods
silks, sugar, and spices
Where was much more urban than the rest of Europe?
The energy that ___________ gave to Italy's urban environment…
High demand for __________________ enabled Italian merchants…
Trading centers obtained _____________ , which were sent back…
Italy
Where was much more urban than the rest of Europe?
trade
The energy that ___________ gave to Italy's urban environment…
14 terms
AP ART HISTORY: Renaissance in Northern Europe
Arnolfini Portrait... 1434... oil and wood p…
Page with Thamyris ... 1402... Ink & Tempera…
Mary at her Devotions, Hours of Mary B…
Unicorns Found at the Fountain... 1495-15…
Arnolfini Portrait... 1434... oil and wood p…
Page with Thamyris ... 1402... Ink & Tempera…
41 terms
Art History: The High Renaissance, Reformation in Northern Europe
Georgio Vasari
Chiaroscuro
Vitruvius
Pope Julius II
Famous Painter and Architect
Using shadowand contrast
Architect "Master Builder" LEGO MOVIE
Great patron of the arts
Georgio Vasari
Famous Painter and Architect
Chiaroscuro
Using shadowand contrast
27 terms
Renaissance Europe
View of facade, Giotto, Arena Chapel,…
View of Interior, Giotto, Arena Chapel…
Lamentation, Giotto, Arena Chapel, Pad…
Workshop of Robert Campin, Annunciatio…
View of facade, Giotto, Arena Chapel,…
View of Interior, Giotto, Arena Chapel…
29 terms
Renaissance Europe
Giotto (unknown architect), Arena (scr…
Giotto (unknown architect), Arena (scr…
Giotto (unknown architect), Arena (scr…
workshop of Robert Campin, Annunciatio…
Giotto (unknown architect), Arena (scr…
Giotto (unknown architect), Arena (scr…
12 terms
Europe Renaissance
Renaissance
Protestant Reformation
Medici
da Vinci
Philosophical and artistic movement beginning in Italy in the…
Effort to change the Catholic Church that resulted in a split…
Wealthy family in Florence who supported the arts.
Architect, engineer, painter, sculptor and scientist; famous…
Renaissance
Philosophical and artistic movement beginning in Italy in the…
Protestant Reformation
Effort to change the Catholic Church that resulted in a split…
15 terms
Renaissance in Europe
humanism
Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo
Italy
Main philosophy of the Renaissance, which focused on people
Renaissance artist and mathematician, painted the Mona Lisa,…
Renaissance painter and sculptor noted for large works, such…
Country where the Renaissance began
humanism
Main philosophy of the Renaissance, which focused on people
Leonardo da Vinci
Renaissance artist and mathematician, painted the Mona Lisa,…
31 terms
Renaissance Europe
Giotto (unknown architect), Arena (Scr…
Giotto (unknown architect), Arena (Scr…
Giotto (unknown architect), Arena (Scr…
Workshop of Robert Campin, Annunciatio…
Giotto (unknown architect), Arena (Scr…
Giotto (unknown architect), Arena (Scr…
AP Art History--Renaissance in Northern Europe Vocab
altarpiece
annunciation
donor
engraving
a painted or sculpted panel set on an altar of a church
in Christianity, an episode in the book of Luke 1:26-38 in wh…
a patron of a work of art, who is often seen in that work
a printmaking process in which a tool called a burin is used…
altarpiece
a painted or sculpted panel set on an altar of a church
annunciation
in Christianity, an episode in the book of Luke 1:26-38 in wh…
39 terms
Chamberlain: History Chapter 12 Test (Europe and The Renaissance)
Europe regrew its population after the…
Europe had a fragmented system of ____…
These states in Europe began to ____ c…
State building in Europe was driven by…
plague
separate, independent, competitive
tax, administrative, armies
war
Europe regrew its population after the…
plague
Europe had a fragmented system of ____…
separate, independent, competitive
56 terms
History Alive 7th Grade - Unit 7 Europe's Renaissance and Reformation
What was the relationship between cult…
What are some advances in architecture…
What factors made Florence Italy's tra…
How did Renaissance literature differ…
Industries led to the growth of cultural developments leading…
Architects used domes, reused columns, and other classical st…
It's location and the ability to trade
Renaissance literature was secular( non-religious) focused on…
What was the relationship between cult…
Industries led to the growth of cultural developments leading…
What are some advances in architecture…
Architects used domes, reused columns, and other classical st…
28 terms
AP Art History: Early Renaissance Northern Europe
Melchior Broederlam, Relatable de Cham…
Robert Campin, Merode Altarpiece
Jan Van Eyck, Ghent Altarpiece
Jan van Eyck, Giovanni Anolfini And Hi…
• Giotto-influenced painting-realistic sense of space, overla…
oil paint... • hidden meaning in objects(ex: white irises in…
• paid for by merchants... • polyptych... • has many doors with pai…
• painted for Giovanni... • shows them in holy setting-getting m…
Melchior Broederlam, Relatable de Cham…
• Giotto-influenced painting-realistic sense of space, overla…
Robert Campin, Merode Altarpiece
oil paint... • hidden meaning in objects(ex: white irises in…
63 terms
History Alive 7th Grade - Unit 7 Europe's Renaissance and Reformation
What was the relationship between cult…
What are some advances in architecture…
What factors made Florence Italy's tra…
How did Renaissance literature differ…
Industries led to the growth of cultural developments leading…
Architects used domes, reused columns, and other classical st…
It's location and the ability to trade
Renaissance literature was secular (non-religious), while med…
What was the relationship between cult…
Industries led to the growth of cultural developments leading…
What are some advances in architecture…
Architects used domes, reused columns, and other classical st…
44 terms
ap art history- northern europe and early renaissance
FLANDERS, BELGIUM- general... Northern Eu…
vanishing point
patron
guild
beginning of oil painting and printmaking; less focus on Chri…
the point on the horizon line where all points converge
someone who commissions a work of art; aka donor, most works…
organization that represents craftsmen
FLANDERS, BELGIUM- general... Northern Eu…
beginning of oil painting and printmaking; less focus on Chri…
vanishing point
the point on the horizon line where all points converge
10 terms
Renaissance Europe
Feudalism
Hierarchy
Allegiance
Manors
A political system in which nobles are granted the use of lan…
A group organized by rank
(n.) the loyalty or obligation owed to a government, nation,…
Large farm estates of the Middle Ages that were owned by nobl…
Feudalism
A political system in which nobles are granted the use of lan…
Hierarchy
A group organized by rank
28 terms
Renaissance Europe
Giotto, Arena Chapel, Padua, ca 1303 (…
Arena Chapel, interior
Arena Chapel, lamentation
Workshop of Robert Campin, Annunciatio…
Giotto, Arena Chapel, Padua, ca 1303 (…
Arena Chapel, interior
46 terms
Europe Renaissance
Divine Comedy
Rebirth of Greco-Roman Culture
Secularism
Italian City States
Purgatory,Paradisio,Hell,Vernacular,Started Humanism
1453 Capture of Constantinople
Focus on man and present
No king, merchant oligarchy, wealthy families patrons, urban,…
Divine Comedy
Purgatory,Paradisio,Hell,Vernacular,Started Humanism
Rebirth of Greco-Roman Culture
1453 Capture of Constantinople
8 terms
ap art history | Vocabulary: Renaissance in Northern Europe (Ch. 14)
altarpiece
annunciation
donor
engraving
painted or sculpted panel set on an altar of a church
an episode in the Book of Luke 1:26-38 in which Angel Gabriel…
patron of a work of art, who is often seen in that work
printmaking process in which a metal plate is covered with a…
altarpiece
painted or sculpted panel set on an altar of a church
annunciation
an episode in the Book of Luke 1:26-38 in which Angel Gabriel…
30 terms
World history chapter 2 the renaissance in Europe vocabulary
Mercenaries
Republic
Doge
Cosimo de' Medici
Soldier who fights primarily for pay
Form of government, leader isn't king and certain citizens ha…
A Republic elected leader in Venice
Took Over city of Florence in 1434, ran government from behin…
Mercenaries
Soldier who fights primarily for pay
Republic
Form of government, leader isn't king and certain citizens ha…
RENAISSANCE Europe
3 main things going on
The Black Death
Hundred Years' War
benefices
I. Natural Disaster: The Black Death... II. War and Economic Har…
plague beginning in 1347
spanned from 1337 through 1437 (England vs. France)
properties or income that supported clerical positions
3 main things going on
I. Natural Disaster: The Black Death... II. War and Economic Har…
The Black Death
plague beginning in 1347
51 terms
AP Renaissance Europe
Alberti, Leon Battista
Brunelleschi, Filippo
Bruni, Leonardo
Burgundians
Wrote a theory of architecture that summed up the Renaissance…
(1377 - April 15, 1446) was one of the foremost architects an…
Florentine who first gave the name humanitas (humanity) to th…
Part of French Royal House acting as the head of an independe…
Alberti, Leon Battista
Wrote a theory of architecture that summed up the Renaissance…
Brunelleschi, Filippo
(1377 - April 15, 1446) was one of the foremost architects an…
31 terms
History Final Exam Terms- Renaissance/Reformation Europe
Renaissance
Machiavelli
Individualism
Humanism
The French word for "rebirth". It was a return to the value o…
A humanist diplomat who wrote The Prince. He challenged the b…
Celebration of individual will, uniqueness, and genius. Value…
The emphasis on human beings, not god. Less focus on religion…
Renaissance
The French word for "rebirth". It was a return to the value o…
Machiavelli
A humanist diplomat who wrote The Prince. He challenged the b…
28 terms
HISTORY (Chapter 15): Europe in the Renaissance and Reformation
Through the practice of patronage.
Medici Family
Poets, writers, and artists showed dee…
They love virtus because they have ris…
How were luxuries and talent bought?
What family conquered Europe economically in the Renaissance…
How did the the study of the liberal arts started?
Why do humanists love virtus?
Through the practice of patronage.
How were luxuries and talent bought?
Medici Family
What family conquered Europe economically in the Renaissance…
26 terms
History Unit 3-The Renaissance, Reformation, and Revolution in Europe
Christian Humanism
Renaissance
Humanism and the 3 main principals
City-State
a blend of humanist and religious ideas. It was more prevalen…
A period that followed the Middle Ages. The "rebirth"
The studies of poetry, art, history, and languages; the explo…
An area with an individual government usually separated by ph…
Christian Humanism
a blend of humanist and religious ideas. It was more prevalen…
Renaissance
A period that followed the Middle Ages. The "rebirth"
35 terms
history exam: europe, feudalism, renaissance, reformation
what happened 1st in the great changes…
what happened 2nd in the great changes…
what happened 3rd in the great changes…
what happened 4th in the great changes…
crusader knights invade the middle east
the renaissance begins in italy
martin luther nails his 95 theses on the church door, beginni…
European countries have colonies all over the world
what happened 1st in the great changes…
crusader knights invade the middle east
what happened 2nd in the great changes…
the renaissance begins in italy
26 terms
History Unit 3-The Renaissance, Reformation, and Revolution in Europe
Christian Humanism
Renaissance
Humanism and the 3 main principals
City-State
a blend of humanist and religious ideas. It was more prevalen…
A period that followed the Middle Ages. The "rebirth"
The studies of poetry, art, history, and languages; the explo…
An area with an individual government usually separated by ph…
Christian Humanism
a blend of humanist and religious ideas. It was more prevalen…
Renaissance
A period that followed the Middle Ages. The "rebirth"
39 terms
Chamberlain: History Chapter 12 Test (Europe and The Renaissance)
Europe regrew its population after the…
Europe had a fragmented system of ____…
These states in Europe began to ____ c…
State building in Europe was driven by…
plague
separate, independent, competitive
tax, administrative, armies
war
Europe regrew its population after the…
plague
Europe had a fragmented system of ____…
separate, independent, competitive
(Art History) Early Europe and Colonial Americas: The Renaissance
Grisaille
Opus Anglicanum
Punchwork
Tempera
a method of painting in gray monochrome, typically to imitate…
fine needlework of Medieval England done for ecclesiastical o…
an openwork embroidery with patterns of holes formed by separ…
a method of painting with pigments dispersed in an emulsion m…
Grisaille
a method of painting in gray monochrome, typically to imitate…
Opus Anglicanum
fine needlework of Medieval England done for ecclesiastical o…
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