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by: Alicia Mutlu

Patronage Art civilization 201

Alicia Mutlu
Cal State Fullerton
GPA 3.4
Elisa mandell

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Date Created: 03/07/16
Art History Elisa Mandell Patronage Quatttrocento Italian for fifteenth century or fourteen hundreds a time of the Italian renaissance Six Reasons why some one would be a patron to the arts To show their civic allegiance to the country 67 stokstad To commemorate themselves self advertisement For the enjoyment of looking at a good painting Spending money For the glory of god To own that piece Four things Patrons determined Subject matter iconography Materials Payement Deadline The artist has free volition over the style certain styles becomes the most sought after Gentile da Fabriano Adoration of the Magi Strozzi Altarpiece 1423 Very ostentations which shows the style which was idolized during the early quattrocento lots of gold and ultramarine blue which is in Mary s Robe Shows a high degree of detail and naturalism though The iconography of the circles around the heads halos representing divinity and god in the center Gabrielle in the corner circle with a scroll that says Hail Mary full of Grace Mary is reading in the far right Another detail is moses holding the ten commandments and lays of light are emitted from either side of his temples illustrating the new knowledge he s gained from god Ultramarine Blue a very expensive paint made from lapis lazuli and imported from the eastern Mediterranean it was saturated and stable often used on robes often used on Mary s robe the use of this color highlighted your high stature in society German Blue a carbonated blue which was cheeper made of copper and unstable especially in frescos Leonardo da Vinci Madonna and Child with sf Anne 1510 Representative of the idolized style in the late century with less bright and saturated colors and emphasis on figural composition During this time there was a gold shortage and the type of styles had changed from ostentatiousness to realistic figures and muted colors Hugo van der Goes Portinari altarpiece he was the head of a Medici bank in brute the picture depicts Portinari and behind him is St Thomas behind is his sons with St Anthony and his other son Pigelo with no saint behind him its theorized that since he was born later he was painted in during the end of the piece leaving him no room for a saint To the right is Maria Portinaria and Mary Magdalene and St Marget The middle altarpiece shows the nativity scene Mary in blue The angels all have identical faces that are similar to Mary s The angels have parrot wings with other exotic feathers the three shapers are depicted with great naturalism and like portraiture No real spatial depth the figures in the foreground are different sizes and people in the background are bigger than people in the foreground Much detailed paid to fabrics walls buildings the building in the back are like the Flemish putting the nativity scene there an allude to communion The red lilies the blood of christ two white and one purple flower the holy trinity purple is jesus s royal ancestry and glass next to it the miracle of Mary light pierces the glass though it doesn39t break and shows her future sorrows Catering humanity Wheat showing Bethlehem the house of bread and the communion bread


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