FA 202 Week IV Notes
FA 202 Week IV Notes 202
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by McKenna Laskey on Monday February 8, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 202 at Washington State University taught by Hallie Meradith in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see World Art History II in Fine arts at Washington State University.
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Date Created: 02/08/16
FA 20201: World Art History Week IV Notes 2/1/16 Renaissance Michelozzo di Bartolomeo o Visually heavy o Influenced by fortresses o Gets more minimal and lighter towards the top Donatello David o Contrapposto (shifting weight) o Crown of flowers was a symbol for kings Antonio del Pollaiuolo o Hercules and Antaeus Both figures are struggling Balance Viewer is supposed to look at the piece from all sides Artist was very concerned with rendering the body and it’s muscles Artists began working with multiple medias o Battle of the Nudes As if all the muscles are being used More of a study of the body and what it looks like from all sides Not from life More naturalism Fra Filippo Lippi o Madonna and Child with the Birth of the Virgin Continuous narrative Mary’s mother is a saint Halo is decorated Jesus is seen picking seeds from a pomegranate Means eternal life Also means fertility Multiple vanishing points Angel told Mary’s parents that they would have a child Paolo Uccello o Battle of San Romano Florence is the victor in this battle Man on the white horse is the most important Very ceremonial Background is theatrical instead of naturalistic Modernizing gothic style Most women were only shown nude if they were Aphrodite or venus Sandro Botticelli o Primavera Interest in botany About antiquity (the quality of being ancient; ancientness: a bowl of great antiquity(ancient times; former ages, the period of history before the Middle Ages) Season of springtime The women all look pregnant About fertility o The Birth of Venus Made for titillation
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