NORTHERN RENAISSANCE ART

NORTHERN RENAISSANCE ART ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS • How are the attitudes different between Northern and Italian Renaissance artists? • How is the notion...
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NORTHERN RENAISSANCE ART

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS • How are the attitudes different between Northern and Italian Renaissance artists? • How is the notion of the “infinite” important to art of this period? • How did the Reformation affect art of the 16th century? • Why is the invention of portraiture important? • How would you describe 15th century northern humanism? • Why was oil painting important to Northern Renaissance artists?

VOCABULARY Martin Luther, Ninety-five Theses, Reformation, Counter-Reformation, allegory, Erasmus, Thomas More, predella, Vitruvian theory of human proportions, "four humors“, anamorphic image, Mansard roof, maulstick, egg and dart motif, bucrania (ox skull decorations), genre painting/scene

15th Century Northern Renaissance Art

AP ART HISTORY AGENDA I  Prompt:

Comparison  Review Website  Powerpoint Lecture 

15 mins. 10 mins. 30 mins.

/ Film on C. Sluter/J.V.Eyck

 Reading

Questions:

 Complete,

 Philosophy:

30 mins

turn in for grade

Erasmus

10 mins.

Compare the style of the figures of these two works. Look at their expressions/gestures as well.

Well of Moses Claus Sluter 1395-1406 limestone What makes this work different from Italian Renaissance work?

The Supreme Art Video 2

Ghent Altarpiece (open), Jan Van Eyck, 1432, oil on wood

Watch video on Jan Van Eyck.

Ghent Altarpiece (closed), Jan Van Eyck, 1432, oil on wood

Deposition, Rogier van der Weyden,c.1435, oil on wood

Merode Altarpiece, Robert Campin, ca. 1425-1428, oil on wood

Les Tres Riches Heures, Limbourg Brothers, 1413-1416 Tempera and ink on vellum

Compare these two works: style, subject, function/significance

Melun Diptych (left panel), Jean Fouquet ca. 1450 Oil on wood Find the 3S’s

Melun Diptych (right panel), Jean Fouquet ca. 1450 Oil on wood Find the 3’s

Melun Diptych (right panel), Jean Fouquet ca. 1450 Oil on wood Find the 3’s

The Assumption of the Virgin Tilman Riemenschneider ca. 1495 – 1499 Carved wood

Saint Anthony Tormented by Demons Martin Schongauer ca. 1480-1490 engraving

Arnolfini Wedding, Jan Van Eyck 1434, oil on wood Why is this work interesting? What makes it different from previous works we’ve studied? 3S’s

AP ART HISTORY AGENDA II 

Northern Renaissance Art – 15th Century  

Prompt: Comparison Reading: Chapter 20 

 



15 mins.

Complete first 8-10

Important Thinkers Worksheet 

30 mins

Study cards

Reading : Chapter 23 



Complete

Lecture / Film 

10 mins. 10 mins.

15 mins.

Internet work on Erasmus / Artists

Exit Essential Question:

15 mins.

How are the artist styles and attitudes different between Northern and Italian Renaissance artists?  Send via email 

16th Century Northern Renaissance Art

• Create a quick short story about each. • Compare their depictions of the figures. • When finished, take out your study cards and questions.

Garden of Earthly Delights, Hieronymus Bosch, 1505-1510, oil on wood

Garden of Earthly Delights, Hell panel

Isenheim Altarpiece - open, Martin Grunewald, ca. 1510-1515, oil on panel Read 666 - 668

Isenheim Altarpiece – closed, Martin Grunewald, ca. 1510-1515, oil on panel

•Compare these two works. 3 Ss •Which one would you have rather painted and why?

AP ART HISTORY AGENDA III 

Northern Renaissance Art: Moving into the 16th century.

Prompt: Comparison  Reading: Chapter 20  Hand in study questions  Lecture / Film: Hieronymus Bosch 

 Study



cards

Reading : Chapter 23  Study

questions

Exit Question:  How is Bosch’s vision different from Van Eyck and other Renaissance artists?  Next class: Durer, Holbein and Brueghel 

Four Apostles Albrecht Durer, 1526 Oil on panel

The Fall of Man Albrecht Durer, 1504 engraving

Young Hare Albrecht Durer, 1502 watercolor on parchment

Money Changer and His Wife Quintin Massys, 1514 Oil on panel

The French Ambassador, Hans Holbein, 1533 Oil and tempera on panel

Thomas More, Hans Holbein, 1527 Tempera on panel

AP ART HISTORY AGENDA IV 

Northern Renaissance Art: Moving into the 16th century.  Prompt: 



Comparison Review Northern Renaissance Artists Lecture / Film  Isenheim

Altarpiece, Albrecht Durer, Hans

Study Questions  Field Trip Questions  Computer Work 

 Next

08 mins. 10 mins. 25 mins. 15 mins. 10 mins. 20 mins.

class: Brueghel and Bosch; Albrecht Durer

Compare these two works.

Self Portrait Caterina Van Hemessen 1548 Oil on panel

Meat Still Life, Pieter Aertsen, 1551, oil on panel

Hunters in the Snow, Pieter Brueghel, 1565, oil on panel

Define genre scene. How is a genre scene different from earlier Northern Renaissance work?

The Peasant Wedding, Pieter Brueghel, 1568, oil on canvas

The Peasant Wedding, Pieter Brueghel, 1568, oil on canvas

Meat Still Life, Pieter Aertsen, 1551, oil on panel

Compare these works.

The Burial of Count Orgaz, El Greco, 1586, oil on canvas

ASSUMPTION OF THE VIRGIN TITIAN, 1516-1518, OIL ON CANVAS

Laocoon, El Greco, 1610, oil on canvas

Laocoon, El Greco, 1610, oil on canvas

COMPARE THESE WORKS.

LAOCOON AND HIS SONS ATHANADOROS, HAGESANDROS, AND POLYDOROS OF RHODES, SCULPTORS; FROM ROME, ITALY, EARLY FIRST CENTURY CE, MARBLE, APPROX. 7’ 10 1/2” HIGH VATICAN MUSEUMS, ROME

AP ART HISTORY AGENDA 

Northern Renaissance Art Finishing the Unit.  Prompt:  

Comparison Review Northern Renaissance Artists Lecture / Film  Portraiture,



genre scenes, El Greco

Exit Questions

10 mins. 35 mins. 30 mins.

CHAPTER 20 Question 1: Compare and contrast the patron portraits in the Ghent Altarpiece and Giovanni Arnolfini and his Bride. Question 2: Select four examples that illustrate the Northern European desire to place religious scenes in contemporary settings. Explain your selections. Question 3: Compare and contrast the formal characteristics and artistic goals of Jan van Eyck and Rogier van der Weyden. Cite specific examples in your answer. Question 4: Explain the development of printed images in the social and historical context. Cite specific examples in your answer. Question 5: Select four works that reflect shifting religious practices in 15thcentury Northern Europe. Explain your selections.

CHAPTER 23 Question 6: You have been asked to assemble an exhibition of paintings that illustrate economic conditions in Italy and Northern Europe in the 16th century. Identify the six paintings you will include and explain your selections Question 7: Discuss the impact Italy had on the work of Dürer. Cite specific examples in your answer. Question 8: How does allegory appear in the work of Pieter Aertsen and Pieter Bruegel? Cite specific examples in your answer.

Question 9: Discuss portraiture in 16th-century France, England, and Italy. Cite specific examples in your answer. Question 10: Explain the impact of the Protestant Reformation on Northern European 16th-century art. Cite specific examples in your answer. Question 11: You have discovered a 16th-century portrait. Identify the formal and iconographic features that will help you to determine whether the artist was Agnolo Bronzino or Hans Holbein.

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