History of Art 2/3 – Complicated Beauty

Please put the CC on. Subjects: middle ages, claritas / clarity, mediaeval paintings, lapis lazuli, Renaissance beauty concept, body proportions of children,madonna and child, Ptolomy, Copernicus, geocentric and heliocentric model, Mannerism, figura serpentinata, Baroque, Rococo style, Neoclassicism Literature: Cone, TE (1962) Emerging awareness of the artist in the proportions of the human infant. Clinical Pediatrics, 1 (3), 176-184. Eco, U. (2002). On Beauty. London: Secker & Warburg. Gombrich, EH (1990). Eeuwige schoonheid (The story of art). Houten (NL): De Haan. Music: Domenico Cimarosa (1749-1801), Concerto in C major, Oboe and strings. Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757), Sonate K 531 in E major. Works of art (mostly details): 00:15 and 08:32 David – Gianlorenzo Bernini, 1623/1624 00:22 God measuring the world with a compass, from a Moralized Bible, ca 1250 AD 00:42 Angel of the fifth trumpet – Beatus of Liébana, 8th cent.( 01:50 Montefeltro Altarpiece – Piero della Francesca, 1472/74 02:19 Vitruvian Man – Leonardo da Vinci, 1487 02:29 Human body in a pentagram – Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, 16th cent 02:34 On the symmetry of human bodies – Albrecht Dürer, 1528 02:40 Ancestors of Christ – Michelangelo, 1510 02:48 Seated goddess with a child, 15th-13th cent BC 02:52 Isis nursing her child (Horus), 664-332 BC 02:56 Hermes and the Infant Dionysos – Praxiteles, c340 BC 03:04 Human body proportions from Zubek, JP & Solberg, PA (1954, p. 111) Human Development. New York

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