• Rennaissance and Mannerist
    The art work from the 1400's to the 1600's showed a drastic change after 1520 when Mannerism was brought about. After a while the Mannerist style was known to not be such a good thing. People saw the paintings as not classical and distorted or out of proportion. Mannerism seemed to coincide with a period...
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  • "Madonna" and "Venus" from Two Different Periods
    "Madonna" and "Venus" From Two Different Periods I have always been intrigued by the many depictions of "Madonna" and "Venus" therefore I chose to compare and contrast Parmigianino’s “Madonna of the Long Neck” from the mannerist style of the later Renaissance and Titian's “Venus of Urbino”...
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    Raphael exemplifies High Renaissance painting with his grand renderings of the Madonna in landscape settings the figurative scenes with which he decorated the Vatican. His celebrated depiction of Plato, Aristotle, and other sages in his School of Athens (1510-12) fresco for the Vatican reflects the inspiration...
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  • Baroque History Notes
    and a reaction all the way to the 1580's ParmigianinoMadonna with the long Neck – Gratia = grace, the ideal woman Madonna is being compared to the vessel wrapped up in the angels. The woman was a vessel for child bearing “Cupid and Venus”/ “Madonna and child” - very sexual, going away from...
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  • Mannerism
    and Contrast ‘Perseus holding the Head of Medusa’ with Parmigianino’s ‘Madonna of the Long Neck’ Benevuto Cellini’s statue of ‘Perseus holding the Head of Medusa’ (Figure 1) and Parmigianino’s painting ‘Madonna of the long neck’ (Figure 2) are both prime examples of Mannerist art. The Mannerists sought...
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  • Mannerist Portraits of the 16th Century
    religious change. The Italian painter Parmigianino was a pioneer of the mannerist style, which his work shows an essentially decorative emphasis and accomplished smoothness. They had a nickname for Parmigianino which was “little man from Parma”. At the age of 19 Parmigianino was commission to frescoes for the...
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  • Unknown
    C) Paris D) Rome Points Earned: 4.0/4.0 Correct Answer(s): D 2. This artist's School of Athens reveals his respect for pagan philosophers. A) Raphael B) Leonardo da Vinci C) Titian D) Giorgione Points Earned: 4.0/4.0 Correct Answer(s): A 3. This artist created the magnificent frescoes...
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  • Urbino Comparison
    He describes how sensual Venus is by showing her nudity and sexuality. But the sense of sensuality doesn’t always have to come from nudity; Madonna of the Long Neck shows a sensuality of a fully clothed woman. By looking at their subject, proportion, approach, and style on those painting of a woman, the...
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  • Ap Art History: Renaissance Study Guide
    Government in the City and the Country (1340) • Lorenzo Maitani o Cathedral Orvieto (1310) • The Virgin and Child from St. Denis (1330) o Gothic S curve, all gold • Master Theodoric o Saint Luke (1360) Location: Flanders and Northern Europe Characterized by: Religious themes, extreme detail...
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  • Transition of the Renaissance
    Deposition displays his Mannerist style in his choice of color and the odd facial expressions on is subjects. Pontormo contemporary Parmigianino in his Madonna of the Long Neck elects to give his subjects elongated appearances. (Cunningham & Reich, Culture and Values, 2009, p. 314). Michelangelo and...
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  • Study Guide
    |MANNERISM | | |14. PARMIGIANINO |MADONNA WITH THE LONG NECK |MANNERISM | ...
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  • Art Historian Book Chapters
    The painting by Parmigianino entitled Madonna with the Long Neck is a prime example of this style. In the painting one can clearly see the distorted figures that Parmigianino created by extending the neck of Madonna to enhance her height as well as to give her an unnatural looking, long body figure that...
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  • Madonna of the Long Neck
    PART I : Significance Essay 1: STYLISTIC Analysis (50 points)  Madonna of the Long Neck In many ways, each artist has their own individual technologies and style feature, and during the 1520, Mannerism was a particular style for many artist adoption and favor. This style of art became popular in...
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  • Art History Study Guide
    Epigonos –Gallic Chieftain Killing His Wife and Himself; Dying Gaul * Hagesandros –[and Polydoros, Athanadoros] Laocoon and His Sons * S Chapter 10 China * 6 Dynasties (220-579) * Gu Kaizhi – Imperial Instructress to Court Ladies * Wang Xizhi –Letter Feng Ju album ...
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  • Smityty
    with Parmigianino, Tintoretto, and El Greco began to add a wide variety of colors into their paintings, challenging the way things have been done in the past. These artists also added abnormal figures or altered the proportions in paintings. This is displayed in Parmigianino's painting, Madonna of the...
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  • John Burckhartd
    Renaissance Italy; authorities in Republics were very suspicious of foreigners and authorities in the Courts considered outsiders or foreigners to be “OK” as long as you were associated with the Courts Prince. While Republics elected their officials, Courts got their officials by procreation. It is important to...
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  • Jan Van Eyck, Arnolfini Potrait, 1434, Oil on Wood Panel, 33 X 22
    1508-1512; end wall 1536-1541 [pic] • Titian, Venus of Urbino, c. 1538, oil on canvas, 3’ 11” x 5’ 5” [pic] • Parmigianino, Madonna with the Long Neck, 1534-1540, oil on wood panel, 7’ 1” x 4’ 4” [pic] • Bronzino, Allegory with Venus and Cupid, mid 1540s, oil on panel...
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  • Art History
    with distorted proportions. The small head, elongated limbs, and cool color scheme all reveal influences from Mannerists such as Parmigianino, whose Madonna with the Long Neck was also famous for anatomical distortion. This eclectic mix of styles, combining classical form with Romantic themes, prompted...
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  • Continuity and Change from The Dark Ages Through The Enlightenment and Beyond
    concepts and new techniques, as well as the introduction of more secular art works. Starting with Medieval paintings, such as Cimbaue’s depiction of Madonna Enthroned, we see the same facial expression over and over, illustrated in fairly flat colors. It is mostly one-dimensional, there is little light...
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  • Art Flash Cards
    Pietro Lorenzetti | Madonna and child with Saints and Patrons | 1320 | Early Renaissance, Italy | The art piece is a fresco ( painting on the wall of the church) | Madonna and child in center. They are looking at each other. The painting is telling us a little story. | Religious painting...
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