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  1. Vor 4 Tagen · Giotto 2 di Bondone (1267-1337) is the pivotal figure for the new style, praised by Vasari for breaking away from the “primitive” Greek or Byzantine style. He began introducing more anatomically naturalistic figures and perspective. He's often considered the bridge between Gothic and Renaissance art and many Florentine painters (and their wealthy patrons) followed his lead to create the ...

  2. Vor 5 Tagen · Santa Maria del Fiore, die Kathedrale von Florenz - Eintritt & Tickets. Santa Maria del Fiore di Firenze, besser bekannt als Dom oder Duomo von Florenz Italien, ist die beeindruckende Kathedrale an der Piazza del Duomo. Eintrittskartem Tickets und Führungen.

  3. Vor 3 Tagen · The idea of motherhood, along with imagery of mother and child, is an essential aspect of the canon of art history from ancient times, to the contemporary. Giotto di Bondone, Madonna Enthroned, 1310. Historically, some of the most impactful images of mothers depict the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus; a theme that has been explored by countless ...

  4. Vor 5 Tagen · After a short stop in 1310, when Di Cambio died, construction was resumed in 1334 under the direction of Giotto di Bondone. The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore was not completed until the 15th century. In the centuries that followed, changes were constantly made to the cathedral, such as the façade we know today.

  5. Vor 18 Stunden · Giotto ha raffigurato il momento centrale del tradimento come una sacra rappresentazione, con i vari attori del dramma schierati sulla scena: Gesù è Giuda sono circondati da un gruppo di soldati con lance e bastoni. Il servitore del sommo sacerdote è trattenuto a stento da un uomo incappucciato che volge le spalle all'osservatore.

  6. Vor 4 Tagen · Gemälde Reproduktionen Verkündigung (Die Trauer Christi), 1306 von Giotto Di Bondone (1267-1337, Italy) | ArtsDot.com

  7. Vor 4 Tagen · Kunstreproduktionen Scrovegni - [25] - Aufstieg von Lazarus von Giotto Di Bondone (1267-1337, Italy) | ArtsDot.com