Early Italian Renaissance
Donatello & Uccello; Domenico Ghirlandaio & Piero della Francesca Stacy Salzman & Jamie Rike
In this carving, Madonna is depicted holding Jesus, surrounded by baby angels in the clouds. We chose this piece because it is a great example of Renaissance art.
Depicted in this sculpture is Jesus giving the keys to heaven to St Peter. We chose this piece of art because it shows a lot of movement, which was a big part of Renaissance art.
Depicted in this painting is St George slaying a dragon to end the human sacrifices in Libya. We chose this painting because it shows depth and has a very detailed background.
This painting depicts a battle taking place in San Romano. We chose this painting because it shows detailed images of people and animals mid-movement, even though the background seems flat.
Depicted in this painting is Giovanna Tornabuoni in an elegant gown. We chose this painting because it shows depth well.
Depicted in this painting is an old man on his deathbed with his eyes closed. We chose this painting because it focuses on realism, individualism, and anatomy.
This painting depicts Mary kneeling and adoring the newborn baby Jesus, along with five angels singing a welcome. We chose this painting because of the nature depicted in the background.
This painting depicts a young Hercules standing in a doorway, holding a stick. We chose this painting because Hercules seems to be mid-movement and renaissance-esque.
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The National Gallery, London
The Victoria and Albert Museum
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
National Gallery of Victoria
Museo Thyssen - Bornemisza
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