Flashcards in Chapter 13 (Test Review) Deck (34)
Diet of Worms
Act of Supremacy
Council of Trent
Peace of Augsburg
Edict of Nantes
Martin Luther believed what regarding iconography?
that Crucifixes and some altarpieces are OK
How did Zwginli feel about images?
DESTROY THEM ALL...
OPPOSITE OF LUTHER
______ accused Martin Luther of Heresy
In Lutheranism, justification by faith alone was guided by _______
What event regarding art happened during the Sack of Rome (1527)
Many art objects were destroyed
After the Sack of Rome there was a_____ in the arts
What did the Act of Supremacy (1534) do?
It made the King the head of the Church.
The Jesuits were....
Great Patrons of Art and used it as both teaching tools and religious statements
_____ (the Protestants in France) were given religious liberty.
What were Leonardo's painting techniques?
Chiaroscuro, Sfumato, Atmospheric Perspective
What is typical of Judas in the Last Supper?
He is typically sitting on the other side of the table, except he is sitting to the right of Christ.
Leonardo was more of a ____
Michelangelo was more of a _____
What phase of battle is Michelangelo's David in?
What was Michelangelo's original commission for the Vatican under Julius II.
Tomb of Julius II
What divides the space in the Sistine Chapel?
A Road Screen, (It separates the choir and the Nave)
Nude Figures surrounding panels
In the Creation of Adam, what does God Resemble?
A Greek Philosopher. The scene is depicting the action before it begins
In Venus of Urbino what does the lady symbolize?
Symbolizes Venus to the public but could be just a normal lady
What is the architectural framework of Feast in the House of Levi?
What is a work of art made from an acquired style?
In The Madonna with the Long Neck, what is one characteristic....
The Body Parts echoes & odd body proportions
The Burial of Count Orgaz was....
Based on a Legend
Made for a Small Church
In Durer's Four Apostles, who are Martin Luther's favorites?
John and Paul
In Durer's Four Apostles, the figures are
in a confined space, with no background
What was considered the most influential image of the reformation?
Allegory of Law and Grace
Who collaborated with Cranach the Elder when creating the Allegory of Law and Grace?