Презентация на тему: " Renaissance Distinctive feature of Renaissance secular nature of culture and its anthropocentrism (that is interest, first of all, to the person and his." — Транскрипт:
Renaissance Distinctive feature of Renaissance secular nature of culture and its anthropocentrism (that is interest, first of all, to the person and his activity). There is an interest to ancient art, there is as though its "revival" and there was a term. In the XIIIXIV centuries in the cities republics of Italy the new secular culture got by humanity of antiquity started to be formed. Movement received the Renaissance name for revival of an antique civilization (фр. revival).Время architecture of the Renaissance in Italy the XVXVI centuries, the main periods the early, high and late Renaissance. The most characteristic monuments remained in Florence where the most prominent architect of the early Renaissance F.Brunelleski worked.
Chapel of Pazzi in Florence, архит. F.Brunelleski, gg.
St. Peter's cathedral in Rome, the 2nd half of the 16th eyelid.
Santa Maria to del Fyora (1436) in Florence Style characteristic Big rooms with the rounded arches, furnish by a carved tree, integrity and relative independence of each separate detail. Contemporaries called this style style of the Renaissance. It introduced new spirit of freedom and belief in boundless possibilities of the person in art and culture of medieval Europe.
Prevailing colors: purple, yellow, brown and dark blue. Form: round ridge domes, bay windows, a round or flat roof with tower superstructures, arch galleries, high and spacious halls. Elements and interior accessories: antique sculptures, kessonny ceiling, list of walls and ceiling, deciduous ornament. Windows: polutsirkulny and rectangular in a combination to the round; sometimes polutsirkulny arch, coupled. Doors: rectangular and polutsirkulny arch entrance; the device of portals with heavy eaves, a frieze and columns Known constructions in style of the Renaissance Santa-Maria-del-Fyore cathedral, Italy. Western facade of the Luvrsky palace, France. Part of the Heidelberg lock, Germany. St. Peter's Cathedral in Rome, Italy. The royal castle in Fontenblo, France.