EARLY RENAISSANCE IN ITALY (15th century)
Early Renaissance art evolved rapidly during the 15th century in Florence, Italy and there are clear distinctions between the first and second half of the century. Begin your discussion by enumerating and briefly describing these differences. Be sure to include what artistic goals remained the same and what changed.
In the following comparisons use one work of your choice (SEE BELOW) by each artist representing the first half and the second half of the century to demonstrate your analysis. Discuss the stylistic characteristics of each work thoroughly and formalistically. Be sure to describe where you see it and how it was done. EVERY DETAIL MUST BE MENTION
a. Masaccio. Holly Trinity. 1424-27 compared to: Andrea Mantegna. Camera Pieta. 1465-74.
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THE BOOK NAME IS GARDNERS ART THROUGHT THE AGES
A GLOBAL HISTORY, VOL II
BY FRED S. KLEINER
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Early Italian Renaissance Name: Institutional Affiliation: Early Italian Renaissance Difference between the First half and the Second Half periods of Early Renaissance The first decade of the 15th century marked the beginning of the early Renaissance in Italy. Despite rapid evolution, the period of early Renaissance subdivided into two halves, the first half and the second half, presented a clear and remarkable difference in the art of painting, architecture and sculpture (Kleiner, 2013). There were certain goals and themes that changed while others remained the same. The characteristics of the first half of the early Renaissance in Italy include the themes of humanism, antiquity or classicism