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FSU - ARH 2051 - Study Guide - Midterm

School: Florida State University
Department: Art History
Course: History and Criticism of Art 2
Professor: Emily Thames
Term: Spring 2018
Tags: history, Art History, Renaissance, and Northern Renaissance
Name: Exam 1 Study Guide
Description: Covers key concepts, artists and other important figures, their artworks, and all vocabulary terms.
Uploaded: 02/09/2018
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background image Exam 1 Study Guide KEY:  LOCATIONS Artwork People Facts About the Renaissance: Renaissance = “rebirth” Interest in Classical world (mythology, details of the human body (Italy) and 
the physical world (North)), Humanism
About the Reformation: Martin Luther and 95 theses Council of Trent About Mannerism: Mannerism = “style” Exaggerated form to heighten tension, power, emotion, and elegance FRENCH DUCAL COURTS  King Francis I of France Altarpieces and illuminated manuscripts Trés Riches Heures, Limbourg Brothers o January: The Duke of Berry at Table
February: Life in the Country
Unicorn at the Fountain, Anonymous FLANDERS Mérode Altarpiece, Master or Flémalle Arnolfini Wedding Portrait, Jan Van Eyck Ghent Altarpiece, Jan and Hubert van Eyck GERMANY Woodcuts and techniques The City of Nuremberg, Michael Wolgemut and workshop VOCAB TERM DEFINTION Altarpiece A painted or carved panel or ensemble of panels placed at the 
back of or behind and above an altar
Book of Hours A prayer book for private use, containing a calendar, services 
for the canonical hours, and sometimes special prayers
Diptych Two panels of equal size (usually decorated with paintings or  Northern Renaissance, 15 th -century
background image reliefs) hinged together Engraving An intaglio printmaking process of inscribing an image, design, 
or letters onto a metal or wood surface from which a print is 
made
Humanism A cultural and intellectual movement of the Renaissance that 
emphasized human potential to attain excellence and 
promoted direct study of the literature, art, and civilization of 
classical Greece and Rome
Illuminated 
Manuscript
A painting on paper or parchment used as an illustration and/or
decoration in a manuscript, usually richly colored, often 
supplemented by gold and other precious materials
Intaglio A technique in which the design is carved out of the surface of 
an object
International 
Gothic Style
Art style characterized by elegant stylization of illuminated 
manuscripts, mosaics, etc., and by increased interest in secular
themes
Patron A person who supports an artist and commissions art Picture Plane The theoretical planes corresponding with actual surface of a 
painting, separating the spatial world evoked in the painting 
from the spatial world occupied by the viewer
Polyptych An altarpiece constructed from multiple panels sometimes with
hinges to allow for movable wings
Renaissance Period when scholars and artists began to investigate what 
they believed to be a revival of classical learning, literature, 
and art
Trompe l’oeil A manner of representation in which artists faithfully describe 
the appearance of natural space and forms with the express 
intention of fooling the eye of the viewer, who may be 
convinced momentarily that the subject actually exists as 3-D 
reality
Woodblock A rint made from one or more carved wooden blocks FLORENCE The Medici family and their prominence The Battle of San Romano, Paolo Uccello Sacrifice of Isaac, Filippo Brunelleschi  Sacrifice of Isaac, Lorenzo Ghiberti Gates of Paradise, Lorenzo Ghiberti Dome of Florentine Duomo, Filippo Brunelleschi Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Michelozzo di Bartolomeo Battle of the Nudes, Antonio del Pollaiuolo Trinity, Masaccio Italian Renaissance, 15 th -century

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School: Florida State University
Department: Art History
Course: History and Criticism of Art 2
Professor: Emily Thames
Term: Spring 2018
Tags: history, Art History, Renaissance, and Northern Renaissance
Name: Exam 1 Study Guide
Description: Covers key concepts, artists and other important figures, their artworks, and all vocabulary terms.
Uploaded: 02/09/2018
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