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Early Renaissance Art Slideshow

Masaccio, The Tribute Money (1425)
Masaccio, The Tribute Money (1425)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)
  • Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)

This slideshow illustrates important artworks by some of the major artists associated with the Early Renaissance.

List of Artworks

(in order of appearance)

Early Renaissance Art (c.1300-1450)

  1. Giotto, The Lamentation (Arena Chapel) 1305
  2. Giotto, The Betrayal (Arena Chapel) 1305
  3. Masaccio, The Tribute Money (1425)
  4. Masaccio, St. Girolamo (Savonarola) and St John the Baptist (1426-28)
  5. Fra Angelico, The Deposition (1403)
  6. Fra Angelico, The Annunciation (1433-34)
  7. Paolo Uccello, St George and the Dragon (1456)
  8. Paolo Uccello, The Battle of San Romano (1438-40)
  9. Sandro Botticelli, Primavera (1482)
  10. Sandro Botticelli, The Mystic Nativity (1500)
  11. Fra Filippo Lippi, Madonna in the Forest (c.1460)
  12. Fra Filippo Lippi, Madonna and Child with Two Angels (c.1465)
  13. Andrea Mantegna, The Agony in the Garden (1460)
  14. Andrea Mantegna, Lamentation over The Dead Christ (c.1490)
  15. Giovanni Bellini, The Transfiguration (1480)
  16. Giovanni Bellini, Portrait of Doge Leonardo Loredan (1501)
  17. Piero della Francesca, The Baptism of Christ (1448-50)
  18. Piero della Francesca, The Flagellation of Christ (1455-60)

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'Primavera' (1481-82) by Sandro Botticelli.

'Primavera' (1481-82) by Sandro Botticelli.

 

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