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Leonardo da Vinci  the Renaissance Man
Leonardo da Vinci the Renaissance Man
Leonardo da Vinci The Last Supper 1495 - 1498
Leonardo da Vinci The Last Supper 1495 - 1498
Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa (La Giaconda) 1503
Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa (La Giaconda) 1503
Leonardo da Vinci The Madonna of the Rocks
Leonardo da Vinci The Madonna of the Rocks
Leonardo da Vinci The Madonna of the Rocks
Leonardo da Vinci The Madonna of the Rocks
Leonardo da Vinci The Virgin and St
Leonardo da Vinci The Virgin and St
Leonardo da Vinci Cecilia Gallerani 1489 - 1490
Leonardo da Vinci Cecilia Gallerani 1489 - 1490
Leonardo da Vinci  La Belle Ferroniere
Leonardo da Vinci La Belle Ferroniere
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci drawing of a womans head
Leonardo da Vinci drawing of a womans head
Da Vinci the medical researcher  study of a fetus
Da Vinci the medical researcher study of a fetus
Leonardo da Vinci anatomical drawing  human lungs
Leonardo da Vinci anatomical drawing human lungs
Da Vinci the inventor  sketch design of a helicopter
Da Vinci the inventor sketch design of a helicopter
Michelangelos David
Michelangelos David
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The hand that holds the stone is larger than the other, drawing the
The hand that holds the stone is larger than the other, drawing the
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
Michelangelo - Moses
Michelangelo - Moses
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
Michelangelo  Pieta
Michelangelo Pieta
Michelangelo  Pieta
Michelangelo Pieta
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
Michelangelo The Sistine Chapel
Michelangelo The Sistine Chapel
Michelangelo The Creation of Adam (The Sistine Chapel)
Michelangelo The Creation of Adam (The Sistine Chapel)
Sistine Chapel  The Temptation of Adam and Eve (The Sistine Chapel)
Sistine Chapel The Temptation of Adam and Eve (The Sistine Chapel)
Michelangelo  The Sistine Chapel The Last Judgment
Michelangelo The Sistine Chapel The Last Judgment
Detail from The Last Judgement  Minos
Detail from The Last Judgement Minos
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
Michelangelo as an Architect: The dome of St
Michelangelo as an Architect: The dome of St
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The High Renaissance in Italy
The dome of St
The dome of St
St Peters Square - Rome
St Peters Square - Rome
Raphael Sanzo
Raphael Sanzo
The Sistine Madonna
The Sistine Madonna
Raphael  The Sistine Madonna (detail of the angels)
Raphael The Sistine Madonna (detail of the angels)
The Madonna del Granduca The way the Virgin's face is modeled and
The Madonna del Granduca The way the Virgin's face is modeled and
Raphael  Madonna della Sedia - 1514
Raphael Madonna della Sedia - 1514
Raphael  The Alba Madonna 1500
Raphael The Alba Madonna 1500
Raphael  The Madonna of the Meadow 1505
Raphael The Madonna of the Meadow 1505
Raphael  The Cowper Madonna
Raphael The Cowper Madonna
Raphael  The School at Athens
Raphael The School at Athens
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1The High Renaissance in Italy. Da 38beauty.
Vinci, Michelangelo Raphael. 39
2Leonardo da Vinci the Renaissance 40Traditionally, David was portrayed
Man. after his victory, triumphant over the
3The term renaissance man is used to giant Goliath. Both Verrochios and
describe someone who has a wide variety of Donatellos Davids are depicted standing
interests, and expertise in many fields. over Goliath's severed head. Michelangelo
Leonardo da Vinci was the quintessential has depicted David before the battle.
renaissance man. He was a painter, Davis is tense, but not so much in a
sculptor, inventor, architect, musician, physical as in a mental sense. The
engineer, and scientist. He is widely slingshot he carries over his shoulder is
recognized as a genius of the highest almost invisible, emphasizing that David's
level. Historians tell us that he was not victory was one of cleverness, not sheer
only intellectually gifted, but that he force.
was noble in appearance and manners as 41The hand that holds the stone is
well. larger than the other, drawing the
4Leonardo da Vinci The Last Supper 1495 viewers attention to the action that is
- 1498. about to unfold.
5Thank you Samantha and Lauren for 42Facing down the enemy. Michelangelo
introducing this work to us. was a citizen of the city state of Firenze
6The Last Supper was painted on the (Florence), and Florence was surrounded by
wall of the refectory (dining hall) in the much more powerful enemy city states. When
monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie in the statue of David was placed on the
Milan, Italy The Last Supper measures 450 square in front of the city hall, the
? 870 centimeters (15 feet ? 29 ft). people of Florence immediately identified
7Christ is depicted here with his with him as the cunning underdog
disciples at the last meal he shared with triumphing over the big bad guy. David was
them before his crucifixion. We are shown positioned so that his glare was directed
the moment after Jesus has announced that south, toward the rival city of Rome.
one of the disciples will betray him. The 43
disciples react with dismay, and their 44Michelangelo - Moses.
gestures show their disbelief and concern. 45Michelangelos Moses. This statue was
8Notice how effectively Da Vinci leads commissioned by Pope Julius II for Julius
the viewers eye to Jesus: By centering tomb. It was one of 40 figures that were
Jesus By using the lines of perspective in intended to adorn the tomb in St. Peters
the walls and ceiling By framing Jesus Basilica. The tomb ended up in a smaller
head in the window By isolating Jesus, church, with only a third of the
while all other figures are grouped and originally planned figures.
overlapping By following the gazes and 46Moses. Moses, sculpted in marble, has
gestures of the disciples By contrasting horns on his head, in the manner that was
Jesus stillness with the agitation of the traditional in medieval depictions of
other figures. Moses (tongs of fire according to the
9Disasters plague The Last Supper. The bible). Horns were symbolic of authority
Last Supper is one of the most famous in ancient Near Eastern culture, and the
paintings in the world, but it has not medieval depiction had the advantage of
been well preserved. Shortly after Da giving Moses a convenient attribute by
Vinci finished the painting it began to which he could easily be recognized in
peel off the wall. (Da Vinci did not use crowded pictures.
the fresco technique; instead, he sealed 47
the surface of the wall and painted on top 48Michelangelo Pieta.
of it.) Several attempts by lesser artists 49
were made to restore it, and parts of it 50Pieta. Pieta means Pity, and this is
were painted over with oil paints. At one certainly the emotion that this
point a door was cut into the wall below magnificent sculpture evokes. We feel pity
the picture, partly cutting off the bottom for Christs suffering, but also for his
of the painting. During the Napoleonic grieving mother, who holds her sons body
wars, when the monastery was used as an in an attitude of quiet acceptance.
armory, soldiers threw their boots at 51Michelangelos Pieta. The Pieta
Judas. During WWII, the dining hall balances the Renaissance ideals of
suffered a direct hit in a Nazi bombing classical beauty with naturalism. The
raid. The painting was covered by a statue is one of the most highly finished
canvas, but trapped moisture caused fungus works by Michelangelo. The structure is
to grow on the surface of the painting. pyramidal. The statue widens progressively
10Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa (La down the drapery of Mary's dress, to the
Giaconda) 1503. base. The figures are quite out of
11Mona was an abbreviation of madonna, proportion, owing to the difficulty of
meaning my lady, the equivalent of depicting a fully-grown man cradled
Madame, or Signora. So the title means full-length in a woman's lap. By
Madame Lisa. Lisa became the wife of a concealing much of Mary's body in her
Florentine silk merchant at the age of 16. monumental drapery, Michelangelo made the
She was 24 years old when the portrait was relationship of the figures appear quite
completed. Da Vinci worked on it for four natural. It is an important work as it
years and kept it with him until he died balances. Contents [hide].
at age 50. 52
12The painting was stolen from the 53Note that Michelangelo's sculpted a
Louvre in 1911 by a former Louvre employee young and beautiful Mary rather than an
and rediscovered in a hotel room in older woman. One explanation for this is
Florence 2 years later. that her youth symbolizes her
13Mona Lisa, A Prototype for Renaissance incorruptible purity. Another is that Mary
Portraiture. The portrait is a prototype is really seeing her child, the infant
of the Renaissance portrait. In other Jesus, while the viewer is seeing an image
words, Da Vinci introduced a new way of of the future. The marks of the
painting portraits. He used both linear crucifixion are limited to very small nail
and aerial perspective in the background marks and an indication of the wound in
He used a relaxed, natural, three-quarter Jesus' side.
pose which was a departure from the stiff 54
profile head and shoulders portraits which 55
had become the norm at that time. He used 56Michelangelo as a Painter: The Sistine
a technique known as sfumato, (smoke) Chapel. The Sistine Chapel is located in
building the painting with layers of the Vatican City in Rome, attached to St.
semi-transparent glazes, so the expression Peters Basilica, the papal apartments and
on the models face, especially her smile, the vast complex of buildings that make up
is softly ambiguous, or mysterious. the Vatican museums. Michelangelo was
14Leonardo da Vinci The Madonna of the commissioned by Pope Julius II to paint
Rocks. the ceiling of the chapel. He resisted, as
15There are 2 versions of this painting, he preferred sculpture to painting, but
one in the Louvre, in Paris, and one at had to do as he was told. The works are
the National Gallery, in London. The scene frescoes, (painted into fresh plaster) and
refers to a legend that Jesus and John the they cover about 4,000 square metres of
Baptist met up as infants on the road to ceiling. Michelangelo built scaffolding so
Egypt, fleeing Herods decree that all that he could work on his back, and
Jewish infants under the age of two years laboured over the frescoes from 1508
must be murdered. to1512.
16The cross and halos that are absent in 57Michelangelo The Sistine Chapel.
the first version (the Louvre version) 58Michelangelo The Creation of Adam (The
were possibly added to the London version Sistine Chapel).
by another artist, to make identification 59Thank you Jon, for introducing this
of the two child figures easier. The pool work to us.
of water foreshadows Johns role as the 60Interpretations of The Creation of
one who will baptize Jesus. Adam. It has been suggested that the
17Leonardo da Vinci The Virgin and St. background figures and shapes portrayed
Anne. Da Vinci shows us three generations behind the figure of God bear a striking
of the Holy Family here in an intimate and similarity to a cross section of the human
relaxed moment. The Virgin Mary sits in brain, including the frontal lobe, optic
her mothers lap (St. Anne), and reaches chiasm, brain stem, pituitary gland, and
lovingly toward Jesus, who plays with a the major sulci of the cerebrum.
lamb. The lamb, of course, symbolizes Alternatively, it has been observed that
Jesus future role as a sacrifice for all the red cloth around God has the shape of
mankind. a human uterus and that the scarf hanging
18Leonardo da Vinci Cecilia Gallerani out, colored green, could be a newly cut
1489 - 1490. umbilical cord.
19The Lady with the Ermine was painted 61Both of these interpretations suggest
in oils on wooden panel Cecilia Gallerani the mystery of creation in the mind,
was the mistress of Leonardo's employer, where ideas are born, and in the womb,
Lodovico Sforza At the time of her where life originates. The painting
portrait, Cecilia was about sixteen. was depicts the symbolic birth of the human
renowned for her beauty, her scholarship, race, as God reaches out to give the
and her poetry. She was betrothed at the breath of life to Adam, the first man,
age of about ten years to a young nobleman reclining on the newly made earth. Under
of the house of Visconti but the marriage Gods left arm is Eve, as yet unborn.
was called off. Cecilia became the Michelangelos fascination with and his
mistress of the Duke and bore him a son, familiarity with human anatomy are in
but he chose to marry a girl from a more evidence here.
noble family, Beatrice d'Este.[3]. 62Sistine Chapel The Temptation of
20Cecilia's dress is comparatively Adam and Eve (The Sistine Chapel).
simple, revealing that she is not a 63Michelangelo The Sistine Chapel The
noblewoman. Her coiffure, known as a Last Judgment.
"coazone", confines her hair 64The Last Judgment is on the altar wall
smoothly to her head with two bands of of the Sistine Chapel. It took four years
hair bound on either side of her face and to complete(1537 to 1541). Michelangelo
a long plait at the back. Her hair is held began working on it three decades after
in place by a fine gauze veil with a woven finishing the ceiling of the chapel. The
border of gold-wound threads, a black band work is massive and spans the entire wall
and a sheath over the plait. behind the altar of the Sistine Chapel.
21Why an Ermine? There are several The Last Judgment is a depiction of the
interpretations of the significance of the Second Coming of Christ and the
ermine in her portrait. The ermine was a apocalypse. The souls of humans rise and
traditional symbol of purity because it descend to their fates, as judged by
was believed that an ermine would face Christ surrounded by his saints.
death rather than soil its white coat by 65The Last Judgment was a source of
hiding in a muddy burrow. For Ludovico il conflict between Cardinal Carafa and
Moro the ermine had a further personal Michelangelo: the artist was accused of
significance in that he had been in the obscenity, having depicted naked figures,
Order of the Ermine in 1488 and used it as inside the most important church of
a personal symbol. Given that Cecilia gave Christianity,) When the Pope's own Master
birth to a son acknowledged by Lodovico in of Ceremonies, Biagio da Cesena, said that
May of 1491, and the association of it was no work for a papal chapel but
weasels and pregnancy in Italian rather "for the public baths and
Renaissance culture, it is also possible taverns," Michelangelo worked
that the animal was a symbol of Cecilia's Cesena's face into the scene as Minos,
pregnancy. judge of the underworld (far bottom-right
22Leonardo da Vinci La Belle corner of the painting) with Donkey ears
Ferroniere. {i.e. foolishness} while his nudity is
23This is one of only four portraits of covered by a coiled snake. It is said that
women by Leonardo da Vinci. It is thought when Cesena complained to the Pope, the
by some art historians that this woman was pontiff joked that his jurisdiction did
another mistress of the Duke of Milan. not extend to hell, so the portrait would
24Leonardo da Vinci. Vitruvian Man 1487 have to remain.
The Vitruvian Man remains one of the most 66Detail from The Last Judgement
referenced and reproduced artistic images Minos.
in the world today. 67In the painting, Michelangelo does a
25Vitruvian Man is a world-renowned self portrait depicting himself as St.
drawing created by Leonardo da Vinci Bartholomew after he had been flayed
around the year 1487. It is accompanied by (skinned alive). This is reflective of the
notes based on the work of the famed feelings of contempt Michelangelo had for
classical architect, Vitruvius, for which being commissioned to paint The Last
it is named. The drawing and text are Judgement.
sometimes called the Canon of Proportions 68
or, less often, Proportions of Man. 69
26According to Leonardo's notes, 70Michelangelo as an Architect: The dome
(written in mirror writing), it was made of St. Peters in Rome.
as a study of the proportions of the 71
(male) human body as described in 72
Vitruvius. For example: the length of a 73
man's outspread arms (arm span) is equal 74The dome of St. Peters Basilica,
to his height the distance from the top of Rome.
the head to the bottom of the chin is 75St Peters Square - Rome.
one-eighth of a man's height etc. (ie. The 76Raphael Sanzo. 8 years younger than
figure is 8 heads high). Michelangelo Interested in archeology, he
27The Renaissance was a period in which became an expert in ancient Roman art.
the human form was recognized as noble, Commissioned to decorate the state rooms
made in the image of God. Mankind was seen in the Vatican at the same time that
as the measure of all things, and human Michelangelo was working on the Sistine
proportions were thought to correspond Chapel frescoes.
with measurements found in the natural 77Raphael, unlike Michelangelo, was well
world and in the structure of the mannered, well dressed, well liked. He
universe. The Renaissance was a period in always carried around a sketch book in
which the. which he constantly sketched women and
28Leonardo da Vinci drawing of a womans children. These sketches formed the basis
head. of his many Madonnas. He was influenced by
29Da Vinci the medical researcher Perugino to use soft colours, simple
study of a fetus. circular forms, and gentle landscapes in
30Leonardo da Vinci anatomical drawing his paintings. He is best remembered for
human lungs. his madonnas, his portrayals of the Virgin
31Da Vinci the inventor sketch design with the infant Jesus.
of a helicopter. 78The Sistine Madonna.
32Michelangelo Sculptor Painter 79Raphael The Sistine Madonna (detail
Architect. of the angels).
33"In every block of marble I see a 80Raphaels madonnas seem simple and
statue as plain as though it stood before effortless, but their apparent simplicity
me, shaped and perfect in attitude and is the fruit of deep thought, careful
action. I have only to hew away the rough planning and immense artistic wisdom. A
walls that imprison the lovely apparition painting like Raphael's 'Madonna dell
to reveal it to the other eyes as mine see Granduca', is truly 'classical' in the
it."Michelangelo. sense that it has served countless
34Michelangelos David. This statue is generations as a standard of perfection in
perhaps the most iconic image of the the same way as the works of the classical
Renaissance period. Michelangelos statue sculptors Pheidias and Praxiteles. , their
stands 17 feet high (about 3 metres). apparent simplicity is the fruit of deep.
35"In it may be seen most beautiful 81The Madonna del Granduca The way the
contours of legs, with attachments of Virgin's face is modeled and recedes into
limbs and slender outlines of flanks that the shade, the way Raphael makes us feel
are divine; nor has there ever been seen a the volume of the body wrapped in the
pose so easy, or any grace to equal that freely flowing mantle, the firm and tender
in this work, or feet, hands and head so way in which she holds and supports the
well in accord, one member with another, Christ Child - all this contributes to the
in harmony, design, and excellence of effect of perfect poiseto change the
artistry. And, of a truth, whoever has group ever so slightly would upset the
seen this work need not trouble to see any whole harmony. Yet there is nothing
other work executed in sculpture, either strained or sophisticated in the
in our own or in other times, by no matter composition. It looks as if it could not
what craftsman." Giorgio Vasari 1550. be otherwise, and as if it had so existed
36 from the beginning of time.
37Michelangelos David. It was sculpted 82Raphael Madonna della Sedia - 1514.
between1501 and 1504. Michelangelo was 83Raphael The Alba Madonna 1500.
only twenty-six years old, when he won the 84Raphael The Madonna of the Meadow
commission to complete the statue from a 1505.
block of marble (the giant) that had been 85Raphael The Cowper Madonna. 1505.
abandoned 30 years earlier by another 86Raphael The School at Athens.
artist. When it was finished, David was 87Thank you Erica and Chiara for
placed in front of the entrance to the introducing us to this work.
Palazzo Vecchio, the town hall. In 1873 88Raphael The School at Athens.
the statue was moved from the piazza, to 1509-1510. Raphaels famous fresco
protect it from damage, and brought to its decorates a wall in the papal palace at
current location in the Academia Gallery, the Vatican, in Rome. He depicts famous
in Florence. figures from various fields of knowledge,
38A Classic Pose. David is a Renaissance with the Greek philosophers, Plato and
interpretation of a common ancient Greek Aristotle at the centre of the
theme of the standing heroic male nude. In composition. Plato is shown with Leonardo
the High Renaissance, contrapposto poses da Vincis features. Also included in the
were thought of as a distinctive feature painting are Socrates (another
of antique sculpture. In David, the figure philosopher), Alexander the Great
stands with one leg holding its full (military genius) and Pythagoras and
weight and the other leg relaxed. This Euclid (mathematicians).
classic pose causes the figures hips and 89Raphael has also paid tribute to his
shoulders to rest at opposite angles, fellow artist, Michelangelo, by placing
giving a slight s-curve to the entire him in the foreground. The work is a
torso. This curve gives the figure its brilliant demonstration of the technique
classical grace. Michelangelos David has of linear (line) perspective. The
become one of the most recognized pieces architectural space recedes infinitely
of Renaissance sculpture, becoming a through the arches of the marble hall to
symbol of both strength and youthful human the open sky beyond.
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