Ambrogio Lorenzetti

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  • The 's Major Communal Centers : The Cathedral Complex, The Palazzo Pubblico, And The Piazza

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    Throughout the centuries, Siena has been preserved to look as it did in the time of it’s construction. It is a beautiful Medieval city resting in the Tuscan hills, the characteristic red brick well suited to the lush green landscape. Walking through the streets, you might see the Siena coat of arms in the windows, the Balzana, alongside depictions of the Virgin Mary, or a theme of black and white. You might see intricate carvings in the pavement, symbols from a different time. What you would be passing

  • Late Medieval Italy ( 13th And 13th Centuries )

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    Late Medieval Italy (13th and 14th centuries) ( Syed Meesam Rasool) Chapter 14 We begin our narrative into the Late Medieval period. Europe was prospering with good crop harvest, expanding population and a degree of economic stability in the Eurasian trade routes, brought about by the Mongol rule in the east. Focus of this paper is mainly in Italy, at this time in Italy, there were no centralized monarchy, and

  • Influence Of The Italian Renaissance On Art

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    It could be debated, that the impact the Italian Renaissance had on art is possibly the largest throughout European history. Italian Renaissance painting can be divided into four periods: the Proto-Renaissance (1300–1400), the Early Renaissance (1400–1475), the High Renaissance (1475–1525), and Mannerism (1525–1600.The same themes that influenced philosophy and literature, as well as architecture and theology, can also being found in art. In painting, Giotto’s Trecento that began in late 13th century

  • Art History Study Guide

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    Periods and their Artists * Chapter 3 Egypt * Old Kingdom (2700-2190 BCE) * Imhotep – Stepped Pyramid of Djoser * Chapter 5 Ancient Greece * Archaic (600-480 BCE) * Andokides Painter –Achilles and Ajax * Ergotimos –[and Kleitius] Fracois Vase * Euphronios –Death of Sarpedon * Exekias –Achilles and Ajax; Suicide of Ajax; Dionysis in a Boat * Polykleitos –Doryphoros * Classical (480-320 BCE) * Kalikrates