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Early Renaissance to High Renaissance

c. 1459

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Hi kids, so we’re a week late. Most schools don’t have classes today. I’m still not sure if we’ll have class tomorrow. BUT, I’m going to post the next lesson anyway. The midterm exam is scheduled for next week, so I hope we do get to meet tomorrow so we can discuss the exam. I was also informed that you need to get your exam permits and if you can’t get one, you need to talk to Dean Azcuna about it.

Anyway, here are the 4shared links that you need (Drag down to the bottom to see edits and additional links):

Proto-Renaissance Images

Early Renaissance Presentation

I still haven’t received an e-mail from the group that is supposed to report on this topic. I hope I would hear from you soon. If you’re having trouble e-mailing me because of the file size, you can open your own 4shared account and send me the link.

For now, here are some photos to give you an idea of what we would be discussing:

The Expulsion from Paradise by Masaccio

Gates of Paradise by Lorenzo Ghiberti

David by Donatello

Madonna and Child with Angels by Fra Filippo Lippi

Noli Me Tangere by Fra Angelico

Allegory of Spring by Sandro Botticelli

Ressurection of Christ Piero della Francesca

Giovanna Tornabuoni by Domenico Ghirlandaio

The Dead Christ by Andrea Mantegna

**So the group sent me their report, and I realize that we are going to discuss Early and High Renaissance. So, it looks like I have some more preparations to do. For now, here is the link to their report:

Report on Early to High Renaissance

Here are some images to glimpse on:

The Sistine Madonna by Raphael, 1483-1520, Uffizi, Florence

The Venus of Urbino by Titian

Virgin of the Rocks by Leonardo da Vinci, 1452-1519, Louvre, Paris

The Virgin and Child with St. Anne and St. John the Baptist by Leonardo da Vinci, 1452-1519, National Gallery, London

**Here are some additional presentations that I found online. This might be helpful.

High Renaissance

Renaissance

The High Renaissance

Michelangelo and the Sistine Chapel

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