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Art From the Ancients to the Renaissance

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S: Art: From Classical to Renaissance

BC: by: Brian Thomas, Dawn Smith, and Nathan Wellborne

FC: Art History From Classical to Renaissance

1: This renaissance work shows several characteristics. First, note the depth. The trees in the background are off in the distance. Second, the work shows balance with the eyes naturally drawn to the central figures.

2: This classical work shows the idealistic female. You can also see that the emotion is calm.

3: This medieval work is religious, depicting the crucification of Christ. The figures here are two dimensional.

4: Clearly a classical work as the artist chose to use togas and active bodies, but yet with calm facial features.

5: This represents a piece of renaissance art. | The artist chose a religious scene that shows depth and reflection. | Notice the artist's use of color. | The scene also has rich use of color.

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  • Title: Art From the Ancients to the Renaissance
  • Students will post royalty-free images of ancient, medieval, or renaissance artwork along with a sentence detailing why it would be classified as such if the date were not known.
  • Tags: edtech, teaching, writing
  • Published: almost 8 years ago