By Holly Pittman
Исследования искусства бронзового века по материалам коллекции музея Метрополитен.
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Soon, the Renaissance ideals would spread to the neighboring Tuscan cities of Pisa and Siena, and farther to places like Padua, Venice, Urbino, Mantua, and Rome. Art historians have divided the Italian Renaissance period into various subcategories based on the stylistic changes and technical developments that took place in each era: the Proto-Renaissance, which encompasses the second half of the 13th and most of the 14th centuries; the Early Renaissance, the label given to the art of the 15th century; the High Renaissance, when Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael brought the developments of the previous century to their highest refinement; Mannerism, a movement that dissented from the rationality and classicism of the High Renaissance; and Baroque, which rose in roughly the 1580s in response to the requirements of the CounterReformation Church as it attempted to curtail the spread of Protestantism.
1500, Giorgione paints the Castelfranco Altarpiece and The Tempest, and Michelangelo works on the Taddei Tondo. France: Jean Bourdichon begins work on the Book of Hours of Anne of Brittany. 1501 Italy: Michelangelo begins work on the David for one of the buttresses of Florence Cathedral. Leonardo provides a cartoon for his Madonna and Child with St. Anne for the high altar of the Church of Santissima Annunziata in Florence. 1503 Italy: Leonardo paints the Mona Lisa. In c. 1503, Michelangelo begins work on the Doni Tondo and Giuliano da Sangallo the Younger moves to Rome where he works as Bramante’s assistant.
1550, François Clouet paints the Lady in Her Bath, believed to be a portrait of Diane. 1557 Italy: Venice is struck by a bout of the plague that will last until 1577. The city looses 30 percent of its population. Siena is taken by Florence and becomes part of the Duchy of Tuscany. Spain: Spanish troops win the Battle of San Quentin against the French. To celebrate the victory, Philip II of Spain vows to build the Monastery of San Lorenzo in El Escorial. 1558 Spain: Charles V abdicates and retires to the Monastery of Yuste.
Art of the Bronze Age. Southeastern Iran, Western Central Asia and the Indus Valley by Holly Pittman