Initiation. What are some words that come to mind when you consider the following word. Renaissance

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Initiation. What are some words that come to mind when you consider the following word. Renaissance"

Transcription

1 Initiation What are some words that come to mind when you consider the following word Renaissance

2 The Renaissance: 13.1

3 Renaissance: A Definition a renewal of life, vigor, interest, etc.; rebirth; revival: a moral renaissance

4 What was the Renaissance? A new age of incredible thought and expression by thinkers and artists Range: 1300s to 1500 Agricultural life Urban life Creativity & Technology are central to the time Florence and Sienna: Two rival cities Plagues wipes out Sienna

5 The Renaissance Thinker Reawakened interest in classical civilizations (Rome & Greece) A fresh attitude toward culture and learning A renaissance man was someone with many talents, a focus on individual achievement Present examples of renaissance men or renaissance women?

6 Present-day Renaissance ideals

7 In your notebooks Write a paragraph (with complete sentences) in your notebooks on what you might have to accomplish in order to consider yourself a renaissance ideal. What mark would you like to leave on the world?

8 Humanism An intellectual movement that stressed the use of classical cultures to understand the present. Believed that education should be the fire to inspire creativity. Emphasis on the humanities: grammar, poetry, history, etc.

9 Italy Origin of the Renaissance Interest in Ancient Rome quantifies importance of Italy Trade remained important because of Italy s central geographic location; trade routes carry new ideas. Italy s city-states are powerful and dominated by a wealthy merchant class. Medici family (for example) controls Florence, supports the arts financially; they are a model of Renaissance greatness.

10 Michelangelo s The Creation of Adam What are some key things that make this fresco what it is?

11 Renaissance Art Reflects the ideas of humanism by stressing realistic depictions of life (Middle Ages art had been more stylistic / was not life-like). Perspective is used, allowing artists to show distant objects as smaller than those close to the viewer (it appears 3-dimensional). Renaissance artists studied human anatomy to be more accurate in their depictions. Some art was still religious in nature but also there is a shift to everyday scenes.

12 Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci

13 Pg. 413 of World History

14 Renaissance Men Leonardo da Vinci Genius of invention, studied anatomy/dissected corpses to learn how bodies worked, painted the Mona Lisa, a specialist in botany, music, architecture, and engineering. Created sketches for flying machines and undersea boats (airplanes/submarines). Michelangelo A sculptor, engineer, painter, architect, and poet. Painting of the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel (The Creation of Adam). Raphael Another famous painter known for realism, with a focus on individual achievement.

15 Art and Architecture Bruelleschi- Domes make a comeback, no more Gothic, Credited with creating perspective Northern Artists: Flanders: WHERE? Area of France and Belgium: Christians but started to question church authority New techniques with oil, realistic details Van Eyck-townspeople Bruegel-peasants Rubens-classical themes Roman Greek Durer- engravings, famous one of Erasmus. Studies nature

16 Writers of the Renaissance in Italy Baldassare Castiglione Wrote a book that detailed manners, skills, learning, and virtues of a good member of court. Niccolo Machiavelli Wrote The Prince A guide on how to gain/maintain power as a ruler The end justifies the means Urged rulers to use whatever technique necessary, however brutal to achieve goals

17 Vernacular Many humanists such as Erasmus( 1466 b) That writing should be in everyday language and not Latin or Greek. Her reflected the ideas that people should be open minded, show good will Teenage vernacular today?

18 Humanism The intellectual and cultural movement that initiated the Renaissance and its tradition of education Interest in and the study of classical Greek and Roman culture Education was key to understanding and creativity The study and importance of the humanities: grammar, poetry, rhetoric, and history Francesco Petrarch and Desiderius Erasmus were the most famous humanists of their times Greek and Roman art and architecture inspired artists: Brunelleschi and Donatello

19 Closure How would these special individuals have been different if they were not born in an era of rebirth?

20 Other advances and Ideas Gutenberg: Printing press Sir Thomas More: Utopia, a perfect place Shakespeare: 37 plays that shows interest in individual issues and the classics Rabelais: Classic stories with human themes and opinion on religious ideas Gargantua

Chapter 1. The Renaissance and Reformation 1300-1650

Chapter 1. The Renaissance and Reformation 1300-1650 Chapter 1 The Renaissance and Reformation 1300-1650 The Renaissance The Renaissance was a period of history that sought to join the middle ages to the modern times. This age grew into one of the most culturally

More information

Italian Renaissance

Italian Renaissance Italian Renaissance 1300-1600 The Italian Renaissance Main Idea In Italy the growth of wealthy trading cities and new ways of thinking helped lead to a rebirth of the arts and learning. This era became

More information

The Renaissance Unit Notes

The Renaissance Unit Notes Name The Renaissance Unit Notes To Be Handed in at the End of the Unit THE RENAISSANCE: A New Dawn 1. What was the Renaissance? 2. When did the Renaissance begin? 3. Where did the Renaissance begin? 4.

More information

The Renaissance

The Renaissance The Renaissance 1400-1600 The Renaissance The term Renaissance translates to re-birth. It was a cultural awakening signaling the beginning of modern times. The Renaissance began in the city-states of Italy,

More information

The Renaissance: Causes, Art, and Artists

The Renaissance: Causes, Art, and Artists The Renaissance: Causes, Art, and Artists (NOTE: This is NOT Renaissance Art) Methodology Roman God Janus Symbolism? Simultaneously looking to the future and past God of? Beginnings, endings, transitions,

More information

Rebirth beginning in Italy

Rebirth beginning in Italy Rebirth beginning in Italy The origins of the Italian Renaissance why Italy? Money: People engaged lucrative businesses such as trade or banking Trade never fully died in Italy, kept contacts with rest

More information

The Renaissance: Causes, Art, and Artists

The Renaissance: Causes, Art, and Artists The Renaissance: Causes, Art, and Artists Methodology! Roman God Janus! Symbolism?! Simultaneously looking to the future and past! God of?! Beginnings, endings, transitions, and time.! Legacy?! January!

More information

The Renaissance. -Key Concepts-

The Renaissance. -Key Concepts- The Renaissance -Key Concepts- I. Why in Italy at this Time? Revival of Commerce and Town Building was more intense in Italy Feudalism fell apart faster in Italy Presence of old buildings and art was stronger

More information

Renaissance Review Station Activity

Renaissance Review Station Activity Renaissance Review Station Activity Name: Period: Today you will be reviewing the basics of the Renaissance by moving from station to station, reading the handout from each station, and completing the

More information

The Age of the Renaissance. Men can do all things if they will Leon Battista Alberti (architect)

The Age of the Renaissance. Men can do all things if they will Leon Battista Alberti (architect) The Age of the Renaissance 1400-1600 Men can do all things if they will Leon Battista Alberti (architect) ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy? How did Renaissance art differ from

More information

Michelangelo: Renaissance Art (my-kuhl-an-jeh-lo) ( )

Michelangelo: Renaissance Art (my-kuhl-an-jeh-lo) ( ) Michelangelo: Renaissance Art (my-kuhl-an-jeh-lo) (1475 1564) Renaissance Art Few people are famous enough to be called only by their first name. Michelangelo is one of them. Even as a child all he wanted

More information

Name 8/23/2014. The Italian Renaissance Classical and Worldly Values. The Renaissance Begins Chapter 1 section 1

Name 8/23/2014. The Italian Renaissance Classical and Worldly Values. The Renaissance Begins Chapter 1 section 1 The Renaissance Begins Chapter 1 section 1 The Italian Renaissance 1300-1600 Renaissance means rebirth. Renaissance an explosion of creativity in and. The Renaissance started in Italy but spread all over.

More information

The Renaissance ( ) SWBAT: Explain how the Renaissance period differed from the Middle Ages

The Renaissance ( ) SWBAT: Explain how the Renaissance period differed from the Middle Ages The Renaissance (1400-1700) SWBAT: Explain how the Renaissance period differed from the Middle Ages Do Now: Where did the Bubonic Plague originate & how did it enter Western Europe? How did the loss of

More information

Key Styles for this chapter include:

Key Styles for this chapter include: PART FIVE Chapter 16: Renaissance Key Styles for this chapter include: Early Renaissance High Renaissance Northern Renaissance 2013, McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. Key Terms for this

More information

8/29/2013. Florence, Italy Where the Renaissance begins. The First Phase: Masaccio, Ghiberti, and Brunelleschi

8/29/2013. Florence, Italy Where the Renaissance begins. The First Phase: Masaccio, Ghiberti, and Brunelleschi The Character of the Renaissance The Early Renaissance The resurgence of classical culture and the rise of a new humanism When was the Renaissance? Jules Michelet Jakob Burkhardt Charles Homer Haskins

More information

The Renaissance Spreads North. List the three reasons for the differences between the Northern and Italian Renaissance.

The Renaissance Spreads North. List the three reasons for the differences between the Northern and Italian Renaissance. The Northern Renaissance A Comparison to the Italian Renaissance We'll be exploring the Northern Renaissance, or quite simply, the Renaissance outside Italy in countries like England, Germany, France,

More information

Leonardo da Vinci The Ultimate Renaissance Man

Leonardo da Vinci The Ultimate Renaissance Man Leonardo da Vinci The Ultimate Renaissance Man Perhaps history s greatest genius, Leonardo da Vinci was born to humble beginnings on April 15, 1452 in Vinci, Italy. While his father was a respected notary,

More information

Renaissance and Reformation Study Guide and Notebook Checklist. **Use your notes and pages 34-57 and 146-148. Answers in Italics

Renaissance and Reformation Study Guide and Notebook Checklist. **Use your notes and pages 34-57 and 146-148. Answers in Italics Renaissance and Reformation Study Guide and Notebook Checklist **Use your notes and pages 34-57 and 146-148 Answers in Italics 1. What is the Renaissance Movement the rebirth of? Art and learning 2. Where

More information

European Renaissance and Reformation, European Renaissance and Reformation, Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance

European Renaissance and Reformation, European Renaissance and Reformation, Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance European Renaissance and Reformation, 00 600 European Renaissance and Reformation, 00 600 Two movements, the Renaissance and the Reformation, usher in dramatic social and cultural changes in Europe. Italy:

More information

The Italian Renaissance

The Italian Renaissance Suggested levels for Guided Reading, DRA, Lexile, and Reading Recovery are provided in the Pearson Scott Foresman Leveling Guide. The Italian Renaissance and Its Artists by Liz Murray Genre Expository

More information

1. Meaning rebirth or revival --- historical period of approximately 300 years marked by a revival in art, literature, and learning.

1. Meaning rebirth or revival --- historical period of approximately 300 years marked by a revival in art, literature, and learning. THE RENAISSANCE The Renaissance Period: (14th - 17th Centuries) Distinctive Feature 1. Meaning rebirth or revival --- historical period of approximately 300 years marked by a revival in art, literature,

More information

Note Taking Study Guide THE RENAISSANCE IN ITALY

Note Taking Study Guide THE RENAISSANCE IN ITALY SECTION 1 THE RENAISSANCE IN ITALY Focus Question: What were the ideals of the Renaissance, and how did Italian artists and writers reflect these ideals? As you read this section in your textbook, complete

More information

Renaissance and Reformation

Renaissance and Reformation CHAPTER SUMMARY Renaissance and Reformation Section 1: The Italian Renaissance THE BEGINNING OF THE RENAISSANCE In the 1300s, so many people died of the Black Death, starvation, and warfare that the population

More information

Basic Questions to hit key themes. 2. Where did the Renaissance come from? 3. Did the Renaissance effect all people in the same way?

Basic Questions to hit key themes. 2. Where did the Renaissance come from? 3. Did the Renaissance effect all people in the same way? The Renaissance Basic Questions to hit key themes 1. What is the Renaissance? 2. Where did the Renaissance come from? 3. Did the Renaissance effect all people in the same way? 4. How were the Renaissance

More information

Week 1. Monthly Design Spotlight December Renaissance

Week 1. Monthly Design Spotlight December Renaissance Week 1 1 Renaissance What are the names of the four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? 2 We ll be exploring Renaissance architecture via the Ninja Turtles inspired by the greatest artists of the day. 3 Renaissance

More information

3. What made the Italian City-States unique and important, compared to other European cities, during the Renaissance Period?

3. What made the Italian City-States unique and important, compared to other European cities, during the Renaissance Period? Renaissance Questions (7 th Grade Social Studies) 1. What does the word Renaissance refer to? a. a period of renewed interest in the arts, based on the Classical period b. a series of wars between competing

More information

Keywords for the study of Junior Cert art

Keywords for the study of Junior Cert art able abstract acrylic activity aesthetic/aesthetics analyze ancient animation applied arch arches architect architectural architecture art art process artist artistic artists arts artwork artworks assemble

More information

AP ART HISTORY 2015 SCORING GUIDELINES

AP ART HISTORY 2015 SCORING GUIDELINES AP ART HISTORY 2015 SCORING GUIDELINES Question 8 In his Notebooks, Leonardo da Vinci wrote the following: The painter is lord of all types of people and of all things. If the painter wishes to see beauties

More information

Art and Artists Leonardo da Vinci

Art and Artists Leonardo da Vinci Non-fiction: Art and Artists Leonardo da Vinci Art and Artists Leonardo da Vinci The Mona Lisa might be the most recognized painting in the world. I was able to see it in person at the Louvre (pronounced

More information

Comparing Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Art

Comparing Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Art Comparing Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Art This sculpture s title is Discobolus (because it shows a man throwing a discus). It was probably made to celebrate the achievement of a famous athlete,

More information

II. Fifth Grade, Hot to be a Sculptor, Painter, Scientist, and Inventor 2003 Colorado Summer Writing Institute 1

II. Fifth Grade, Hot to be a Sculptor, Painter, Scientist, and Inventor 2003 Colorado Summer Writing Institute 1 How to be a Sculptor, Painter, Scientist and Inventor: A Look at the Renaissance Grade Level or Special Area: Fifth Grade, Social Studies Written by: Ashley Chamberlin, Platte River Academy, Highlands

More information

Chapter 10: Renaissance and Discovery Section 1: The Renaissance In Italy ( ) By Dallin F. Hardy

Chapter 10: Renaissance and Discovery Section 1: The Renaissance In Italy ( ) By Dallin F. Hardy Chapter 10: Renaissance and Discovery Section 1: The Renaissance In Italy (1375-1527) By Dallin F. Hardy Renaissance 15 th -16 th centuries Rebirth in French Transition Medieval to Modern Medieval Europe

More information

The Birth of Venus, by Sandro Botticelli (1486). (Image via Wikimedia Commons) SPOTLIGHT. Renaissance 1

The Birth of Venus, by Sandro Botticelli (1486). (Image via Wikimedia Commons) SPOTLIGHT. Renaissance 1 SPOTLIGHT The Birth of Venus, by Sandro Botticelli (1486). (Image via Wikimedia Commons) Renaissance 1 WWW.KIDSDISCOVER.COM The Renaissance was an explosion of ideas, education, and literacy. It produced

More information

Project. To gain an understanding of and appreciation into the significance and impact of the era of the Renaissance.

Project. To gain an understanding of and appreciation into the significance and impact of the era of the Renaissance. Renaissance Period Research Overview Project What exactly was the Renaissance? This research project will ask you to investigate one of the following figures from the Renaissance era and explore how this

More information

Supplies for Michelangelo Project

Supplies for Michelangelo Project A Distance Learning Course Art History: Renaissance Supplies for Michelangelo Project Artist Notebook Art His Story - page 5 Crayons or colored pencils White Drawing Paper Tape Pencil Gather the supplies

More information

The Symbiotic Relationship of Religion and Art

The Symbiotic Relationship of Religion and Art Brown 1 The Symbiotic Relationship of Religion and Art Ashley Brown, Lynchburg College Most art created during the Middle Ages and into the Byzantine period reflected purely religious themes, the portrayal

More information

Santa Reparata International School of Art Course Syllabus

Santa Reparata International School of Art Course Syllabus Lecture Course Santa Reparata International School of Art Course Syllabus Semester Course Course Title: Art History: The Italian Renaissance Course Number: ARTH 370 Credits: 3, Contact Hours: 45 1. COURSE

More information

THE ART OF RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE ERAS. Your Name. Course #, Critical Thinking. mm dd, yyyy

THE ART OF RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE ERAS. Your Name. Course #, Critical Thinking. mm dd, yyyy THE ART OF RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE ERAS Your Name Course #, Critical Thinking mm dd, yyyy 2 The Art of Renaissance and Baroque Eras The ability to create art is a gift from God, and many consider that

More information

Fifth Grade, Italian Renaissance 2005 Colorado Summer Writing Institute 1

Fifth Grade, Italian Renaissance 2005 Colorado Summer Writing Institute 1 Italian Renaissance Grade Level or Special Area: 5 th Grade Written by: Sandy Stanley and Kurt Walker, Elbert County Charter School, Elizabeth, CO Length of Unit: Six lessons (seven days of forty-five

More information

HIGH RENAISSANCE AND EARLY MANNERISM

HIGH RENAISSANCE AND EARLY MANNERISM HIGH RENAISSANCE AND EARLY MANNERISM 1494-1564 High Renaissance 1494-1520 Classical principles of beauty, balance, order, serenity, harmony, & rational design reached a zenith of perfection Cultural center

More information

Renaissance Architecture, Civil Engineering and Design from Brunelleschi to Leonardo and Michelangelo Spring Semester 2015 Francesco Vossilla Ph.D.

Renaissance Architecture, Civil Engineering and Design from Brunelleschi to Leonardo and Michelangelo Spring Semester 2015 Francesco Vossilla Ph.D. Renaissance Architecture, Civil Engineering and Design from Brunelleschi to Leonardo and Michelangelo Spring Semester 2015 Francesco Vossilla Ph.D. Between the 14th and the 16th centuries, European humanists

More information

Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance

Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance 1 Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance MAIN IDEA WHY IT MATTERS NOW TERMS & NAMES REVOLUTION The Italian Renaissance was a rebirth of learning that produced many great works of art and literature. Renaissance

More information

Florence: The Cradle of the Renaissance

Florence: The Cradle of the Renaissance Florence: The Cradle of the Renaissance 29.1 ntroduction n the last chapter, you learned that the Renaissance began in taly. n this chapter, you will visit the talian city of Florence to learn about a

More information

Completion questions for the topic the Renaissance. Make certain to answer on your answer sheet, only. Thanks. Be certain to write the following

Completion questions for the topic the Renaissance. Make certain to answer on your answer sheet, only. Thanks. Be certain to write the following Completion questions for the topic the Renaissance. Make certain to answer on your answer sheet, only. Thanks. Be certain to write the following information in the box provided on your Scantron: Your Name

More information

AP EUROPEAN HISTORY 2010 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B)

AP EUROPEAN HISTORY 2010 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B) AP EUROPEAN HISTORY 2010 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B) Question 4 Analyze the ways in which the two works, Perugino s Christ Delivering the Keys of the Kingdom to Saint Peter (1481 1483) and Michelangelo

More information

Chapter Twenty: The Renaissance through The Baroque

Chapter Twenty: The Renaissance through The Baroque Chapter Twenty: The Renaissance through The Baroque CHAPTER OVERVIEW The Early Renaissance The High renaissance Art in China Pre-Columbian Art in Mexico Mannerism The Baroque CHAPTER OBJECTIVES This Chapter

More information

European Renaissance and Reformation,

European Renaissance and Reformation, European Renaissance and Reformation, 1300-1600 Two movements, the Renaissance and the Reformation, usher in dramatic social and cultural changes in Europe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vufba_z cor0&index=22&list=plbda2e52fb1ef80

More information

Art Movement Timeline

Art Movement Timeline 1 Time Line Pre-Renaissance Art Movement Timeline Pre Renaissance 18 th Century Art Movement Description Artists & examples 5th Century to 16th Century A.D. 1150-1230 AD Gothic Art Rooted in religious

More information

Chapter 15: Rome s Decline and Legacy Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome p. 514 519

Chapter 15: Rome s Decline and Legacy Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome p. 514 519 Name Hour Date Chapter 15: Rome s Decline and Legacy Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome p. 514 519 Main Ideas Culture: Roman culture was a unique blend of Roman and Greek ideas. Science and Technology: Roman

More information

The Magnificent Leonardo davinci. Leonardo di sir Piero da Vinci, commonly known as Leonardo da Vinci, was a

The Magnificent Leonardo davinci. Leonardo di sir Piero da Vinci, commonly known as Leonardo da Vinci, was a Fields 1 Kim Fields Math 101 Section 4940 1 April 2016 The Magnificent Leonardo davinci Leonardo di sir Piero da Vinci, commonly known as Leonardo da Vinci, was a multitalented Renaissance man. Leonardo

More information

Modern World

Modern World The Early Modern World 1400 1800 The eriod in Perspective Beginning in the late fifteenth century, Europeans engaged in a vigorous period of state building. The result was the creation of independent monarchies

More information

SOCIAL SCIENCE. Term I 1 Emergence of New Ideas: Renaissance in Europe. 14 Peace and Conflict Resolution: Meaning; Coexistence; Causes

SOCIAL SCIENCE. Term I 1 Emergence of New Ideas: Renaissance in Europe. 14 Peace and Conflict Resolution: Meaning; Coexistence; Causes SOCIAL SCIENCE Course Structure & Syllabus Units Topics Term I 1 Emergence of New Ideas: Renaissance in Europe 2 Renaissance and Humanism 3 Renaissance in Art and Literature 7 Basic concept of Weather

More information

Class title Life, Love, and Literature at the Renaissance Court: Henry VIII and Francis I Course number (s) Semester Teacher Points of contact

Class title Life, Love, and Literature at the Renaissance Court: Henry VIII and Francis I Course number (s) Semester Teacher Points of contact Class title Life, Love, and Literature at the Renaissance Court: Henry VIII and Francis I Course number (s) LLRO 44210/ MI 44586 /ENGL 44247 Semester Spring 2014 Teacher Prof. JoAnn DellaNeva Points of

More information

GRADE 6 Ancient Cultures to 1600

GRADE 6 Ancient Cultures to 1600 GRADE 6 Ancient Cultures to 1600 Standard 6-1: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the transition of humans from nomadic to settled life in the cradles of civilization. 6-1.1 Analyze the hunter-gatherer

More information

Study Sheet: Painting Principles

Study Sheet: Painting Principles Study Sheet: Painting Principles Study Sheet: Painting Principles 1.1.2 Study: Getting Perspective Study Sheet Art Appreciation (S1685684) Name: Date: 1 of 4 10/15/12 9:13 AM Study Sheet: Painting Principles

More information

AP Art History Summer Reading Brunelleschi s Dome Ross King Study Questions

AP Art History Summer Reading Brunelleschi s Dome Ross King Study Questions AP Art History Summer Reading Brunelleschi s Dome Ross King Study Questions These questions are for your use while reading and reviewing the text. You do not have to turn in your responses. Your summer

More information

AP ART HISTORY 2013 SCORING GUIDELINES

AP ART HISTORY 2013 SCORING GUIDELINES The work is The School of Athens by Raphael. AP ART HISTORY 2013 SCORING GUIDELINES Question 4 Analyze how both the subject matter and the style of the work reflect humanist interests during the High Renaissance.

More information

Famous Artists Lapbook

Famous Artists Lapbook Famous Artists Lapbook 1 Lapbook Planner Sub-Topic Leonardo da Vinci Michelangelo 4 Flap Pocket with 4 cards Activity/ Website Write facts inside each flap about his painting, portrait, inventions and

More information

The Renaissance. The New Middle Class

The Renaissance. The New Middle Class 1 age =era, time WORDS art= paintings and drawings citizen = someone who lives in a city or a country and has all the rights there city state = a country that is made up of a city and the land around it

More information

Leonardo da Vinci: One of the Greatest Thinkers in History

Leonardo da Vinci: One of the Greatest Thinkers in History 24 August 2011 voaspecialenglish.com Leonardo da Vinci: One of the Greatest Thinkers in History Leonardo da Vinci's "Last Supper" Listen: MP3 STEVE EMBER: I m Steve Ember. SHIRLEY GRIFFITH: And I m Shirley

More information

= B =D+

= B =D+ ART 384, ITALIAN RENAISSANCE ART PROFESSOR SHELLEY STONE OFFICE: DDHC108 (Tel. 665-6029) OFFICE HOURS: MW 1-2, T 5:15-5:45, by appointment. E-Mail: SStone@CSUB.edu The modern modes of society in Europe

More information

Art of the Masters Unit 1 of 6

Art of the Masters Unit 1 of 6 College Guild PO Box 6448 Brunswick, Maine 04011 Art of the Masters Unit 1 of 6 1 ""Education keeps a prisoner engaged and exploring their creative side, while enticing him/her to think beyond the obvious."

More information

7th Grade World Civilization Objectives

7th Grade World Civilization Objectives 7th Grade World Civilization Objectives Unit One Beginning of Human Civilization Unit Students will explain the historic development and achievements of the early civilizations. Explain how geography played

More information

City Streets in One-Point Perspective

City Streets in One-Point Perspective City Streets in One-Point Perspective Many artists are very interested in making two-dimensional artworks look threedimensional. During the Renaissance, artists used mathematics and close observation to

More information

Our Worldviews Chapter 2

Our Worldviews Chapter 2 Leathermaking was one of the trades in the Renaissance How Did the Ideas of the Renaissance Change Social and Economic Systems? During the Renaissance, medieval institutions such as feudalism began to

More information

LEONARDO DA VINCI CLAUDE MONET REMBRANDT

LEONARDO DA VINCI CLAUDE MONET REMBRANDT THE LIVES AND ART OF LEONARDO DA VINCI CLAUDE MONET REMBRANDT 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS LEONARDO DA VINCI... 3 CLAUDE MONET...4 REMBRANDT...5 2 LEONARDO DA VINCI Vinci, Leonardo Da (1452-1519) was one of the

More information

Learning and writing before the printing press...

Learning and writing before the printing press... The Printing Press Today s target: When combined with Renaissance and Humanist thinking, how did the Gutenberg s Printing Press technology change Europe? Take notes on your target sheet if needed. Learning

More information

Codices and alphabet. The Father of flight. Life and times. Leonardo s code: clue 2. Leonardo s code: clue 3. Leonardo s code: clue 1

Codices and alphabet. The Father of flight. Life and times. Leonardo s code: clue 2. Leonardo s code: clue 3. Leonardo s code: clue 1 Codices and alphabet Leonardo Da Vinci was always studying the world around him and would make notes and sketches of his inventions, which were later compiled into small notebooks or Codices. Leonardo

More information

All About the Renaissance, Part One: Historical Background, Beginnings, and Art

All About the Renaissance, Part One: Historical Background, Beginnings, and Art 1 Pre-Test Directions: Answer each of the following either True or False: 1. The Renaissance was a period of cultural rebirth. 2. The leaders of the Renaissance were inspired by ancient cultures. 3. The

More information

The Age of Leonardo and Michelangelo

The Age of Leonardo and Michelangelo Ministero dell Istruzione, dell Università e della Ricerca - Ufficio Scolastico Regionale per la Sicilia Corso di formazione docenti all insegnamento CLIL Modulo C - Sperimentazione in classe del percorso

More information

World History I (Master) Content Skills Learning Targets Assessment Resources & Technology CEQ: 1. I can explain how the first cities emerged.

World History I (Master) Content Skills Learning Targets Assessment Resources & Technology CEQ: 1. I can explain how the first cities emerged. St. Michael-Albertville High School Teacher: Derek Johnson World History I (Master) September 2014 CEQ: Early Civilizations 1. Explain how the first 1. I can explain how the first cities emerged. Early

More information

Art History (ARTH) Art History Major. Sequencing of Courses. Interdisciplinary Study. Language Study. Study Abroad and Internships.

Art History (ARTH) Art History Major. Sequencing of Courses. Interdisciplinary Study. Language Study. Study Abroad and Internships. Bucknell University 1 Art History (ARTH) Art History majors graduate from Bucknell with a thorough grounding in the history of art, highly developed critical thinking skills, and a global cultural awareness

More information

Leonardo da Vinci Find pictures of great works by Leonardo and Michelangelo in art books or online and share them with

Leonardo da Vinci Find pictures of great works by Leonardo and Michelangelo in art books or online and share them with Leonardo da Vinci Perhaps the most famous Renaissance Man was Leonardo da Vinci. Leonardo was a painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, naturalist, and inventor. He filled notebook after notebook with

More information

Elizabethan Newspaper

Elizabethan Newspaper ENG1D Elizabethan Newspaper This project will combine group work, independent learning, creative writing, research skills, and oral communication. It will be related to the study of Romeo and Juliet. The

More information

At the Vatican, Some of the World's Greatest Art

At the Vatican, Some of the World's Greatest Art 17 April 2012 MP3 at voaspecialenglish.com At the Vatican, Some of the World's Greatest Art AP The Sistine Chapel at the Vatican FAITH LAPIDUS: I'm Faith Lapidus. MARIO RITTER: And I'm Mario Ritter with

More information

World History Part I (to 1500 C.E.)

World History Part I (to 1500 C.E.) Second Semester World History Part I (to 1500 C.E.) Dates Topic/Content/Skill S.O.L. Notes Unit 1, Geography Skills and Definitions 1/28-2/10 Maps as a visual representation of WG.1c geographic information

More information

1. Self Portraits- A portrait an artist makes using himself or herself as the subject. *Write everything that is underlined!**

1. Self Portraits- A portrait an artist makes using himself or herself as the subject. *Write everything that is underlined!** 1. Self Portraits- A portrait an artist makes using himself or herself as the subject. *Write everything that is underlined!** Self Portraits: A portrait an artist makes using him/herself as the subject

More information

Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci. Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci

Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci. Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci This is probably the most famous painting in the world. Leonardo painted it somewhere between 1503 and 1506. It is thought to be a portrait of Lisa Gherardini, wife of Francesco

More information

Study Sheet: Prehistoric, Ancient Egyptian, and Minoan Painting

Study Sheet: Prehistoric, Ancient Egyptian, and Minoan Painting Study Sheet: Prehistoric, Ancient Egyptian, and Minoan Painting Study Sheet: Prehistoric, Ancient Egyptian, and Minoan Painting 2.1.2 Study: Prehistoric Ancient Egyptian and Minoan Art Art Appreciation

More information

Michelangelo: Renaissance Painter, Sculptor, Architect and POET

Michelangelo: Renaissance Painter, Sculptor, Architect and POET Michelangelo: Renaissance Painter, Sculptor, Architect and POET 1475-1564 Pietà Pietà, located in Saint Peter s Basilica, Vatican City, was created by Michelangelo in his early twenties. It depicts Mary

More information

AP EUROPEAN HISTORY 2006 SCORING GUIDELINES. Question 2

AP EUROPEAN HISTORY 2006 SCORING GUIDELINES. Question 2 AP EUROPEAN HISTORY 2006 SCORING GUIDELINES Question 2 Compare and contrast the relationship between the artist and society in the Renaissance/Reformation period to the relationship between the artist

More information

Ninth Grade History & Social Science World History I

Ninth Grade History & Social Science World History I SEPTEMBER WHI.1 Historical Research and Geographical Analysis *(ongoing throughout year) identify, analyze, and interpret primary and secondary sources use maps, globes, artifacts, pictures identify major

More information

Prof John Hendrix Professor of Architectural History

Prof John Hendrix Professor of Architectural History Prof John Hendrix Professor of Architectural History John Shannon Hendrix, The Splendour of English Gothic Architecture, New York: Parkstone, 2014. This book explains and celebrates the richness of English

More information

Section 1- Geography and the Early Greeks

Section 1- Geography and the Early Greeks Name: Class: Date: 6 th Grade World History Chapter 8 Study Guide: Ancient Greece Section 1- Geography and the Early Greeks 1) Complete the chart below to show how geography shaped the lives of early Greeks.

More information

Renaissance Art Themes

Renaissance Art Themes Renaissance Art Themes Classicism Individualism Secularism Nudes Nature Youth Religion Dead Christ Andrea Mantegna 1 Medieval Art One dimensional and always focused on religious themes Sample section of

More information

Scholastic Bowl Art Study

Scholastic Bowl Art Study Scholastic Bowl Art Study Greek sculpture The Discus Thrower one of the earliest preserved pieces of Greek sculpture. Greek Sculpture The Colossus of Rhodes was an enormous statue, considered one of the

More information

. A BIOGRAPHY is a factual story about a real person in the past or present

. A BIOGRAPHY is a factual story about a real person in the past or present BIOGRAPHY LEARNING CENTER ACTIVITIES. A BIOGRAPHY is a factual story about a real person in the past or present CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD BIOGRAPHY: 1. Both the text and illustrations seem to have been

More information

Leading Figures of the Renaissance

Leading Figures of the Renaissance Renaissance artist Albrecht Purer painted this self-portrait at the age of 26. CHAPTER I Leading Figures of the Renaissance 30.1 Introduction In the last chapter, you visited Florence to explore some of

More information

II. 2006 Core Knowledge National Conference, Grade 5, The Renaissance: The Rebirth of Ideas 1

II. 2006 Core Knowledge National Conference, Grade 5, The Renaissance: The Rebirth of Ideas 1 The Renaissance: The Rebirth of Ideas Grade Level or Special Area: Fifth Grade Social Studies Written by: Angelica Rodriguez, Roscoe Wilson Elementary; Abby Cranford, Wheelock Elementary, Hattye Ramsey,

More information

Grammar Workshop Series

Grammar Workshop Series Grammar Workshop Series Unit 5 Subject-Verb Agreement Agreement Pre-Test Choose the best option to complete the sentence. The best part of being an Art History student the grammar classes. A) is B) are

More information

James Madison High School. Social Studies Department. World History and Geography 1 Power Standards

James Madison High School. Social Studies Department. World History and Geography 1 Power Standards James Madison High School Social Studies Department World History and Geography 1 Power Standards Human Beginnings Students will be able to explain that Homo Sapiens emerged from Africa between 100,000

More information

Fifteenth-Century Art in Italy and Flanders: a Comparison

Fifteenth-Century Art in Italy and Flanders: a Comparison Fifteenth-Century Art in Italy and Flanders: a Comparison Julia E. Benson ARTS 1692 January 26, 2001 The fifteenth century saw the movement of the world of art from the stylized vision of medieval times,

More information

I have looked forward to this night for weeks and for the opportunity to take a close look at this extraordinary collection of Da Vinci s machines.

I have looked forward to this night for weeks and for the opportunity to take a close look at this extraordinary collection of Da Vinci s machines. Good evening. I have looked forward to this night for weeks and for the opportunity to take a close look at this extraordinary collection of Da Vinci s machines. I m thrilled that we were able to help

More information

Introduction. Curriculum Links. National History Standards. Vocabulary

Introduction. Curriculum Links. National History Standards. Vocabulary S t u d y G u i d e Introduction Born into obscurity in a tiny Italian village in 1452, young Leonardo da Vinci seemed destined for a life of peasantry. But early mastery of art and a personal code of

More information

The Renaissance. Der Mensch als Maß aller Dinge die Bedeutung der Wissenschaften für das neue Zeitalter erfassen (Klasse 7/8)

The Renaissance. Der Mensch als Maß aller Dinge die Bedeutung der Wissenschaften für das neue Zeitalter erfassen (Klasse 7/8) I/C On the Way to Modern History 2 The Renaissance (Klasse 7/8) 1 von 30 The Renaissance. Der Mensch als Maß aller Dinge die Bedeutung der Wissenschaften für das neue Zeitalter erfassen (Klasse 7/8) Astrid

More information

Leonardo. His Life Work. By: Matt Rickey and Jasmine Jones. "As a well-spent day brings happy sleep, so a life well spent brings a happy death"

Leonardo. His Life Work. By: Matt Rickey and Jasmine Jones. As a well-spent day brings happy sleep, so a life well spent brings a happy death Leonardo His Life Work "As a well-spent day brings happy sleep, so a life well spent brings a happy death" By: Matt Rickey and Jasmine Jones Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519) Leonardo was born on April 15,

More information

Art of an Emerging Modern Europe

Art of an Emerging Modern Europe 350 6 Art of an Emerging Modern Europe A round 1400 a dramatic change began to take place in Italy and in western Europe. As people became more involved in business, government, military, and social events,

More information

Name Class Date. Essential Question: In what ways have migration and trade affected cultures?

Name Class Date. Essential Question: In what ways have migration and trade affected cultures? Cultural Diffusion Essential Question: In what ways have migration and trade affected cultures? A. Define cultural diffusion. B. Record information about the topics listed in the Cumulative Review or your

More information

Renaissance Italy and the Medici Family

Renaissance Italy and the Medici Family Renaissance Italy and the Medici Family Made by Liesl at homeschoolden.com Note: We used many of these pages for reference only (saving on printer ink). We used this material to supplement our history

More information

Ancient Greece The Ancient Greeks

Ancient Greece The Ancient Greeks Non-fiction: Ancient Greece The Ancient Greeks Ancient Greece The Ancient Greeks Greece is a country in Europe. It lies on the Mediterranean Sea. Greece has been settled 1 since ancient times. Today, we

More information