The Italian Renaissance

The Italian Renaissance, which embraces both the Early Renaissance and the High Renaissance, stands as the central tradition in European art-and continues to be a powerful source of artistic influences.This program examines:&8226; Masaccio's Profile Portrait of a Young Man Full description

Corporate Author: Digital Classics (Firm)
Other Authors: Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm), Films Media Group.
Language: English
Published: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [1905], c1991.
Series: Masterworks of western art.
Subjects:
Online Access: Part of the Films on Demand collection.
Table of Contents:
  • Masaccio's "Profile Portrait of a Young Man" (4:00)
  • Comparing Profile Portraits (5:05)
  • Andrea Mantegna's "Crucifixion of Christ" (4:56)
  • Mantegna's Style and Influence (4:21)
  • Leonardo da Vinci's "Portrait of Ginevra de' Benci" (2:57)
  • Leonardo da Vinci's Style in "Portrait of Ginevra de' Benci" (3:22)
  • Content of "Portrait of Ginevra de' Benci" (2:56)
  • Raphael's "Portrait of Bindo Altoviti" (4:46)
  • Raphael's Style in Portraits and Frescoes (4:29)
  • Titian's "Bacchanal" (3:33)
  • Style and Content of "Bacchanal (5:43)
  • Veronese's "The Marriage at Cana" (3:31)
  • Veronese's "The Marriage at Cana": Content and Controversy (4:33)
  • More Controversy Over Veronese's "The Marriage at Cana" (1:11)