Renaissance Religion Architecture and Sculptures

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Religion has played a major roll in the history of humanity. The sculptures and architecture during the renaissance was unmatched by anything created today. The church being able to pay for their buildings and sculptures has created art that can still be appreciated by people around the world today.

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Italian Culture, culture of italy, renaissance art, italian art, italian opera, music of italy, italian architecture

THis was created in (1513-1515). It is housed in the Church of San Pietro in Vircoli in Rome. I like how the horns are on his head. I new that there was a missinterpritation with halo and horns. I just think the detail in the art and how much time it probably took the artist to make it. The Pope it was made for probably died before its finished, which means they did this to be remembered.

Sculpture

THis was created in (1513-1515). It is housed in the Church of San Pietro in Vircoli in Rome. I like how the horns are on his head. I new that there was a missinterpritation with halo and horns. I just think the detail in the art and how much time it probably took the artist to make it. The Pope it was made for probably died before its finished, which means they did this to be remembered.

This is a church that was made by the Pope in the 1500's. I chose this picture because this was the time the Medici family was losing power and how the Church was gaining power. The art started going more to show the Churches power and influence in this time period.
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This statue is in the Uffizi and was made by Nicolo Machiavelli. THis is a big sculpture that shows details in the face and a different way of standing. I like this because it shows this person standing more normal that stiff as a board like every other sculpture.

The Renaissance

This is by Hieronymus Bosch. The painting is called "The Garden of Earthly Delights"(1503-1504) . This picture tells me that the Adam and Eve represents life before sin. The middle is the earthly delights part, and i think that represents temptation to people. Hell on the last part of the picture is what happens when you fallow your earthly desires and sin. This is how the church would look at it and probably why it was made, to show what sin and living lavishly gets you in the after life.

Hieronymus Bosch painter of the Garden of Earthly Delights

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This is the Dome of the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral in Florence Italy. This shows the intellect side of the Renaissance being one of the first domes made after the Romans. It amazes me that they could build things like this without any of the machinery we have today.
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The Renaissance

This is the Dubrovnik Triptich by Nikol Bozidarevic (1460-1517). I chose this picture because it looks a little older than more Renaissance paintings. it has some of the old aspects of the middle ages that are blended in with new aspects of the Renaissance. The facial features are more new while the way they are standing and sitting are more old. I think its cool to see a blend of new ideas and old ideas.

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THis is a photo that shows good verses evil. I liked this picture because the people are so detailed and looks almost alive. I like how the people are cowering if fear of the angels. The angels are always thought of as peaceful but in this picture they are depicted way differently.

THis is a photo that shows good verses evil. I liked this picture because the people are so detailed and looks almost alive. I like how the people are cowering if fear of the angels. The angels are always thought of as peaceful but in this picture they are depicted way differently.

This is the Merode Alter piece thats dated from (1425-1428). This picture depicts religious and secular concerns. i like this picture because there is so much going on in the painting. it makes you think more about the message the author is trying to depict.

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This new renovation began in the 1530's when King Francois hired Italian workers to decorate his Chateaux at Fontaine Bleaux. I like the Gargoyles in all the history books, they all interest me. The looks are crazy and tell me that their was some darker ape of art in the Renaissance.

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This picture shows the new ideas in architecture that were inspired by the Renaissance. Money and power showed how art was intertwined to create massive and beautiful Churches.

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This is a picture takein from Petit Palois museum that is next to the PAlace of the Popes in Avugnon. it was created in the late middle ages to the dawn of the Renaissance.   This depicts the old way the saints and Christ were depicted, with the "halo," that kind of looks like a yellow hat. its a very powerful picture showing Chris's last few minutes alive.

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This is the "Peruzzi Alter piece by Giottodi Bondone. This shows the how the art was transforming from middle ages to the more realistic styles of the Renaissance. The people on the left look stiff and unrealistic, while the people on the right look more lively. I like this because they new that there was a new way of thinking in making art.

AGO - Revealing the Early Renaissance and Other Exhibits

Being neither religious nor a fan of religious art, I tried to appreciate the AGO's new exhibit "Revealing the Early Renaissance" more from a historic perspective than an artistic or spiritual one. The audio guide, wall plaques and members' talk helped to put the pieces in context and explain their significance relative to previous religious works from the Medieval times. We learned how the wealthy Florentinians of the 1300s commissioned religious art as a way to assuage their guilt over the…

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