- 18.1 Compare and contrast the Florentine and Sienese styles of narrative painting as exemplified by Giotto and Duccio
- 18.2 Investigate the Bible stories that were the subject of fourteenth-century sacred art, as well as the personal and political themes highlighted in secular art.
- 18.3 Assess the close connections between works of art and their patrons in fourteenth-century Europe.
- 18.4 Explore the production of small-scale works, often made of precious materials and highlighting extraordinary technical virtuosity, that continues from the earlier Gothic period.
IMAGES (be able to identify these images by title, general time period, medium, and culture of origin)
18-2 Piazza Della Signoria with Palazzo Della Signoria (and Loggia of the Lancers)
18-5 Cimabue, Virgin and the Child Enthroned
18-6 Giotto, Virgin and the Child Enthroned
18-7 interior, Scrovengi (Arena) Chapel
18-8 Giotto, four scenes from the painting program in the Scrovengi (Arena) Chapel
18-10 Duccio, Maestá Altarpiece
18-11 Duccio, Raising of Lazarus
18-15 Lorenzetti, the Effects of Good Government in the City and in the Country
You should be familiar enough with other images presented in the text and lectures, so as to be able to support explanations of attribution and physical, formal, iconographical, and contextual analysis.