renaissance perspective

Motifs-decorative design or pattern Edvard Munch- Norweigien painter and graphic artist Fjord- arm of the sea bordered by cliffs Christiania- Old name of capital in Norway
Salon-A large room, such as a drawing room, used for receiving and entertaining guests. trompe-l'oeil- creating the illusion of seeing reality Villa Farnesine-Renaissance suburban villa Peruzzi-Italian architect and painter of the High Renaissance
Juan de la Corte-Spanish painter, was born at Madrid in 1597 Court painter-an artist who painted for the members of a royal or noble family Buen Retiro Palace-a large palace complex designed by the architect Alonso Carbonell Culminates-reach a climax or point of highest development
Dirck van Delen-Dutch Golden Age painter who specialized in architectural painting perspective-a point of view Dulwich Picture Gallery-the first purpose-built public art gallery Elaborate- involving many carefully arranged parts or details
Sugarpaste-sweet edible sugar dough usually made from sugar and glucose porcelain-a white vitrified translucent ceramic redoute hall-in france Martin van Meytens-Dutch swedish painter who painted royals
Spanish renaissance- movement in Spain emerging from Italian Renaissance in 1493 Burgos Cathedral- roman catholic cathedral in Spain Catalunya- North east Spain bordering Frane
Antiquity- the ancient past Central perspective- one point perspective ampitheater- round or oval building typically unroofed Spatial relationships-some object is located in space in relation to some reference object
Veduta- italian for view Humanism-outlook or system of thought attaching prime importance to human quattrocento-the 15th century as a period of Italian art or architecture Intarsia-an elaborate form of marquetry using inlays in wood
Facade-the face of a building, especially the principal front that looks onto a street or open space. Vecchietta-Sienese painter, sculptor, and goldsmith
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