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Unit 1: The Renaissance and Reformation (1300-1600)
LESSON 2: THE RENAISSANCE
REVOLUTIONIZES ART AND
LITERATURE
Vocabulary (5 Mins)
WE ARE IN THE FIRST CHP
 Donatello (Person)
 Renaissance Man (Concept)
 The Mona Lisa (Person)
CLUE PAGE

The further in the past art is, the more abstract and less defined it is.
Further, Art works in the past focused more on Religious, rather than
secular items.

Perspective art – This clue can be found on Page 40.

This artist not only created the Supper of Jesus, but also one of the first
flying macheens

The father or the Renaissance, well known for his Sonnets… P. 41

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles: Raphael, Michaelangelo, Leonardo,
Donatello
Bell Ringer
Renaissance Artists and Writers
1. He produced the boy David from bronze?
a. Raphael b. Donatello c. Petrarch
2. He pained the Mona Lisa and designed the first
known flying machine?
a. da Vinci b. Raphael c. Michelangelo
3. He created a large statue of David and painted
the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
a. Donatello b. Michelangelo c. Raphael
4. He wrote poems called sonnets about a girl
named Laura?
a. da Vinci b. Petrarch c. Machiavelli
What might these Characters have to
do with the Renaissance?
What is the Difference
betewen Medieval (600CE1200CE) and Renaissance
Art (1399-1600CE)
Medieval Art
 Artists Created
Religious and
Spiritual Works.
 Flat
 Abstract
 2-D
VS
Renaissance Art
 Used a realistic style
copied from classical
models
 Very Well Defined
 Greek & Roman
subjects were very
popular
 Use of perspective3D
What Type of Painting is this? Whom
might the Painter be?
Realistic Painting and
Sculpture
 Renaissance artists copied the
realistic styles of Greek and Roman
artists. They used perspective – a
technique that showed 3
dimensions on a flat surface.
Raphael’s Marriage of the Virgin
(1504)
 See Page 40 of Text!
The Last Supper
1495 – 1498
15 ft. X 29 ft.
Da Vinci
the Mona Lisa (Da Vinci)
It was painted
between 1504
and 1506. She
is thought to
be 16 yr-old
Lisa Gherardini
who married
Francesco del
Giocondo, a
wealthy
merchant of
Florence.
Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519)
 He was a painter, sculptor,
inventor, and scientist.
3500 pages of his writings
and drawings survive and
17 paintings: best known
for the Mona Lisa and The
Last Supper. He was a true
“Renaissance man.”
Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520)
 Advanced Realism
 He studied
Michelangelo &
Leonardo
 Favorite subject
was Madonna and
child
 Portrayed their
expressions as
gentle and calm
 Famous for use of
perspective
Madonna and Child With Book (1504)
The School of Athens (Raphael)
(1509-1510)
The Ceiling of the Sistine
Chapel (Michelangelo)
Sistine Chapel (1508 – 1512)
Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564)
 Michelangelo used
realistic style when
depicting the human
body in his statue
David (1501-1504).
 It shows David
before the battle
with Goliath and it is
18 feet tall!
Donatello di Betto Bardi(1386–1466)
The Boy
David was
created in
the 1440’s
of bronze
and stand
about 6’ 2”.
Sofonisba Anguissola (1532-1625)
She was the first
female artist to be
known on an
international level.
She is know for her
portraits of her sisters
and this one:
King Philip II of Spain (1558)
Francesco Petrarch
 The father of Renaissance
humanism.
 He wrote in the vernacular
(his native language) as
well as Latin.
 He wrote sonnets – 14 line
poems – about a
mysterious woman named
Laura who died of the
plague in 1348.
SONNETS
SONNET 18 - William Shakespeare
 Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
Thou art more lovely and more temperate:
Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,
And summer's lease hath all too short a date:
Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines,
And often is his gold complexion dimm'd;
And every fair from fair sometime declines,
By chance or nature's changing course untrimm'd;
But thy eternal summer shall not fade
Nor lose possession of that fair thou owest;
Nor shall Death brag thou wander'st in his shade,
When in eternal lines to time thou growest:
So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives this and this gives life to thee.
Niccolo Machiavelli
 Wrote The Prince (1513) to as a
guidebook for politicians and
rulers.
 He believed most people were
selfish, fair weather, and corrupt.
 He said rulers should not be
concerned with what was morally
right, but with what was politically
effective.
 Said lying was o.k. to lead and
that rulers are better off feared
than loved.
ON YOUR OWN…
 Artists were commissioned (By wealthy
Patrons) to create works/art that illustrated
concerns of the day.
 DO: LIKE THE ARTISTS OF OLD, FOCUS ON
ANY NEWS, EVENT, PROBLEM IN SOCIETY
AND CREATE YOUR OWN WORK OF ART.
YOU MAY CREATE AN ARTISTIC WORK OR
POETRY OF YOUR CHOSING.
 If you don’t finish – you have it for homework.
Exit Slip
Renaissance Artists and Writers
Match the Artist to the Artwork
or the Author to the book!
1. Leonardo da Vinci
A.
2. Michelangelo
B.
3. Raphael
C.
4. Machiavelli
D.
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