Pendentive dome for the making a larger 'crossing dome'. As seen in the Pazzi chapel and San Spirito (new Brunelleschi)
Nanni di Banco 'Isaiah' Duomo buttress Prophets. Elaborate s curve, very unnaturalistic drapery and over elaborate scroll.
Mark' and Ghiberti 'St.
Masaccio 'Payment of the Tribute Money' in three separate narratives, not one long continuous. Fresco, 1426-7.
Quattro Santi Coronati 1430-1417 a conversation and communication between the sculpture, they could be real men. Nanni di Banco.
1418 San Lorenzo ground plan
Pazzi Chapel designed by Brunelleshci, Pendentives and roundels, geometry all harmony.
Donatello 'Mary Magdelene
1425 Masaccio 'The Holy Trinity' Linear Perspective. Pyramidal scheme with single focal point. One point perspective, Christ as the main focal point all visual leading to him. In Santa Maria Novella and painted into a position that took the viewer into account as well as the lighting. Like a stage set up.
Masolino 'Healing of the Cripple and the Raising of Tabitha' Brancci chapel
Spegeli del Innocenti by Brunelleschi roundels in terracotta by Luca della Robbia
Santa Spirito 1434/6-1480 different from S. Lorenzo because Brunelleschi designed it himself completely. The crossing domes differ as well as the idea of the mini chapels on the exterior walls which would have looked over elaborate and quite 'Gothic'.
Santa de Maria del Fiore or Florance Cathedral with Brunelleschi's dome, the one that could cover the entirety of the Tuscan population with its shadow. NEW from OLD?
San Giorgio was designed by Altechiero's frescoes. He was able to make 'The Cruxifiction' look naturalistic along with the thieves being included where not in San Giacomo's.
1378-1384 San Giorgio by Altichiero, frescos showing the life of Christ and the Virgin
San Giacomo, Padua - Shrine towards St. Antony, frescos by Altichiero and Jacopo 1372-9