Art History Renaissance Part 2
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Artists Donatello Estatua ecuestre del condottiero Gattamelata Mantegna Lamentacion sobre Cristo muerto 1457 A shortened painting 0 Shows perspective Flagelation of Christ Pierro de la Francesca 14501470 On the left we have the representation of the Roman Empire Christ is being whipped Everyone is wearing roman clothes Pontious Pilot looks on But on the right we have more humanistic elements of the renaissance Separated by a column Only those that know the people or know the modern story can understand the whole picture A way of separating the audience And of communicating with the elite audience Represents the past and the present future possibly too The giving of keys to Saint Peter Perugino 14811482 Notice the use of math and symmetry as is typical for the renaissance Clear focal point In the door of the main church Primavera Botticelli 14801481 Use of mythological creatures Typical of renaissance Very important for this reason Would realate mythology to the modern day The gures stand out because the background is 5 dark But the clothes are translucent Central gure dressed in oral arrangement represents spring critics say Birth of Venus Mythology tells us that Venus was born by virtue of having previously been a man A god was denied his manhood Thrown into the sea And thus venus was born Goddess of spring is waiting for her to clothe her Two of the demigods of wind are coming to her To push her to shore Like the previous this Aeolus was said to have had twelve children six sons and six daughters According to Diodorus he was father of six sons by Cyane daughter of Liparus the eponym of the island Lipara whom Aeolus assisted in conquering lands above Surrentum Italy The sons39 names were Agathyrnus Astyochus Androcles locastus Pheraemon Xuthus whereas the daughters are not mentioned at all The sons were said to have become kings locastus of the region in southern Italy as far as Rhegium Pheraemon and Androcles of the part of Sicily between the Strait of Messina and Lilybaeum Xuthus of Leontini Agathyrnus of what was known as Agathyrnitis having founded Agathyrnum and Astyochus of Lipara All were said to have been remembered as just and pious rulers Other myths say there are 4 gods of wind Boreas god of the north wind and winter Eurus god of the unlucky east or southeast wind Notus god of the south wind Zephyrus god of the east wind The woman depicted is a lover of either the artists or the commissioner Medici The Calumny of Apelles Botticelli 1494 At the end of the 15th century the Medici lose power and are expelled from the city So Botticelli is no longer commissioned by them Needs to nd new commissioners Paints Savonarola inspired the repainting of the calumny of Apelles because Botticelli believed them to have similar stories Savonarola is a friar who was believed to be a prophet as well But challenged the power of quottyrantsquot So he was hunted down Harbored in Florence for a while But eventually set on ames Combination of religious and nonreligious At the foot of the stage are images of mythological stories But the gures in the columns are biblical The scene itself is about a false accusation calumny The naked truth legitimately stands on the It Two women are coming the hair of 39 the accuser Represent the spirits of treasurydeceit and fraud The gure in all black is repentance The woman wearing blue is the gander An the man next to her is hate The marriage of Arnol ni Van Eyck Bed represents the wedding night The puppy shows happiness The green dress shows fertility Meanwhile white represents pur y Shoes are off in a customary showing of marriage and habituation Alhambra The last Muslim reference in the catholic kingdom Overtaken by Isabel and Fernando Toledo Monastery Made by Flemish artchitects The interior has gothic references Very Flemish But the outside is very extravagant in its stone work Chains all around represent the Christian prisoners of the Turks Mixed with Italian art The main doors has roman columns The circular arc around the door Reference antiquity The two architects are buried within Patersco Salemanca Seems almost roman in architecture Very regal Round doors But gothic in uences as well Paterscos are always part of a building Roman paintings Mixture of animal images and images of man Symmetrical With metal For decoration Retablos Colegio de San Gregorio 15th century Everything is concentrated in one area All the design Typical of a patersco Images of the renaissance and of religion Putti Paacio de os Duques de Infantado Guadelajara 15th century Flemish architecture again Once again most detail is in a concentrated area around the door Design on the wall as well tilestone put into a diamond shape Scale the wall like footholds for climbing Family crest above the door The door sits on the left of the building Not symmetrical Interior patio Has roman type columns on the bottom oor Decorated round piars on top ALL avishy decorated Colegio Mayor de Santa Cruz Lorenzo Vazquez de Segovia Much colder Very stark Symmetrical Not very many windows Door is in the center Mason work not craft No decorations in the stone The architecture is about the placement of the stone Supposed to be a piece of antiquity Gothic is seen as modern Flamenco is modern This is not Mathematically quotpurequot forms Auto de Fe Pedro Berruguete A tribunal of the unfaithful This one in particular shows a heretic Two being burned at the stake Critique of the harshness of Catholicism And its ties to politics It was used to take down any political opposition St Domingo is there Because its an inquisition