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14th Century  Italian  Art  –  The  Proto-­‐Renaissance   Vocabulary,  Signi>icant  Individuals,  Movements  and  Events:  These  may  be   featured  on  the  exam   •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  • 

Humanism* Virtue*   Altarpiece*   Fratri  Minori*   Attributes*   Tonsure   Stigmata   Trefoil   Spandrels   Engaged  Columns   Groundline*   Intensity/Saturation*   Fresco*  

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Enrico Scrovegni   Grisailles   Seven  Virtues  =  Faith,  Hope,  Charity,   Fortitude,  Temperance,  Prudence,  Justice   Seven  Vices  =  Pride,  Greed,  Lust,  Anger,   Envy/Jealousy,  Gluttony,  Sloth   Quatrefoil   Confraternity*   International  Style*   Triptych*  

*Pay attention to these words in your reading and in lecture as they are significant and important. Exam questions may come from anywhere in the chapter and the lecture.


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Giotto di Bondone, Capella Scrovegni A/K/A Arena Chapel, 1305-1306, Proto-Renaissance, Fresco


Giotto, Raising of Lazarus, Arena Chapel, 1305-06, Proto-Renaissance, Fresco


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Giotto, Last Judgment, West Wall Arena Chapel, 1305-06, Proto-Renaissance, Fresco


Duccio di Buoninsegna, Rucellai Madonna, 1285, Proto-Renaissance, Tempera on Wood


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14th Century Italian Art  

Art from the Proto-Renaissance period

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