Physical education principles of selected Italian humanists of the quattrocento and cinquecento
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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Physical education and training -- History,
  • Education, Humanistic -- Italy,
  • Humanists -- Italy

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Edition Notes

Statementby Eleanor B. English
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationvii, 372 leaves
Number of Pages372
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14446063M

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The cultural and artistic events of Italy during the period to are collectively referred to as the Quattrocento from the Italian word for the number , in turn from millequattrocento, which is Italian for the year The Quattrocento encompasses the artistic styles of the late Middle Ages, the early Renaissance, and the start of the High Renaissance, generally . On the subject see: E.B. English, Physical education principles of selected Italian humanists of the Quattrocento and Cinquecento: exposition and comparison with modern principles, unpublished dissertation, State University of New York, Buffalo ; E.F. Zeigler, ‘Physical education and sport in the Middle Ages’, in: History of physical. Her Immaculate Hand: Selected Works by and about the Women Humanists of Quattrocento Italy in Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Binghamton, NY: Center for Medieval & Early Renaissance Studies, ). Renaissance and Mannerism in Cinquecento Italy, the subject of Chapter Context: 1. Cosimo Medici establishes his Neo-platonic Academy: Cosimo “rules” Rep. of Florence by , then Piero then Lorenzo, Medici are exiled in = advancement of Humanistic and scientific knowledge 2. Expanding wealth of the merchant class and guilds.

Humanism Emphasis on education and expanding knowledge (esp of classical antiquity), explorational of individual potential and desire to excel. Commitment to civic responsibility and moral duty. reintroduced the classical concept of contrapposto into Renaissance statuary. His later David was the first nude male statue since antiquity. Donatello was also a pioneer in relief sculpture, the first to incorporate the principles of linear and atmospheric perspective. The figures gracefully move in the same direction. The figures in varying degrees of projection and postures, move gracefully through a convincing stage space. The center figures point to the sides and include them in the dialogue. The figures . the patronage of both civic groups and the church. The artistic brilliance of the 14th and 15th centuries was spurred in both Florence and Rome by.

Since the quattrocento coincided with the Florentine Renaissance - the main centre of the early Italian Renaissance - the term is often used as a synonym for early Renaissance art in general - with its new found enthusiasm for classical antique forms . Rhetoric sm in Quattrocento Venice by VIRGINIA COX This essay examines the development of humanistic rhetoiic in fifteenth-century Venice, taking as its starting point a remark of Ermolao Barbaro's on the inadequacy of academic rhetorical instruction as a preparation for the practical oratorical skills necessary to Venetian civic. AP Art History Chapter 21Questions: The Renaissance in Quattrocento Italy 1. _____ became a great patron of art and spent the equivalent of _____ dollars to establish the first public library since the ancient Size: 99KB. Eric Cochrane. Science and Humanism in the Italian Renaissance. American Historical Review, 81 (5) Dec., , SOME FIVE DECADES AGO, in the heat of the revolt against the Burckhardtian view of the Renaissance, science and humanism were generally regarded as antithetical, or at least as completely unrelated historical phenomena.