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HIST 3460

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HIST 3460

Elaina Rampolla
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These notes are for HIST 3460 lecture on April 18th 2016. This class was focused on the understanding and meaning of art in high renaissance italy
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history, italian, Renaissance, Art History, Art, HIST3460, Michelangelo, UCONN




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Date Created: 04/19/16
Paintings in High Renaissance Rome  Many of these paintings demonstrate how pagan and Christian learning were coming together in High Renaissance Rome  Theology and political ideology were also coming together in these scenes  Sistine chapel ceiling o Whole team worked to create it o Commissions by Julius IV o It shows a creation story, with god separating light from dark in the first picture, and then includes paintings like the creation of Adam, the creation of even, the expulsion, the flood, and the drunkenness of Noah o What is strange about this collection of paintings is that they are surrounded by alternating images of prophets (Christian) and oracles / Sibyls (pagan) Paintings shown:  Creation of Adam  Creation of eve  Temptation and expulsion of Adam and Eve is one image  The prophet Joel  Sibyl of Delphi (Sibyls were chosen by Apollo, more pagan and Christianity coming together)  The prophet Jonah and the big fish  The Sibyl of Cumae (an image of an older, muscular woman, the story goes she was given a gift and asked for eternal life, but forgot to ask for eternal youth)  Judith and Holofernes  Raphael is asked to paint the papal apartments of Julius and after Julius’ death, Leo’s o School of Athens  a painting that features all Greek philosophers exhibiting something they are most famous for as they appear o Disputia (Debate)  an image showing the heavenly and the earthly world o Parnassus  Muses and Apollo  Leo X asked for tapestries to be commissioned o One called the Miraculous draught of fishes o Drastically more expensive than paintings  Expulsion of Heliodorus from the temple o Shows past and present in one painting o This was an allusion to the old testament and the new testament o Also a political statement by Julius  Heliodorus was asked by romans to loot a Hebrew temple but was stopped by a praying priest  Angels drive him out in the painting  Watching from the corner of the painting is pope Julius, being carried in a liter  Warrior pope  A sense of emptiness in the middle  The meeting of pope Leo I and Attila the Hun o Asks Attila to not destroy the churches of rome o Shows the barbarianism of the huns vs. the pope and his priests  Transfiguration of Christ o Commissioned in 1517 by Giuliano de medici o The image shows the subjects of the painting looking in awe and terror  Shows how they can not comprehend Gods will/power  Pope Julius II (I feel like it should be IV but Prof. Gouwens wrote this) (1511) o This portrait sets the future standards for portraits o Acorns on the throne, shows rebirth and rejuvenation  Pope Leo X (1518) o Lots of gold around him o Cardinals with him, both are related to him and are Medici  Conversion of St. Paul o Conversion of Saul to Paul o Some say he was epileptic and that is why he has this vision and converts o Either way he is converted and becomes an apostle  Parmigianio o Paints the Madonna of the Long Neck o The Madonna is holding an elongated, dead looking image of the baby Jesus o Foreshadowing of his death o Reflection of his crucifixion and removal from the cross


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