Italian Renaissance Art History

Course Description

A series of 40 lectures by Dr. Vida Hull on the history of Italian Renaissance art. The videos are not necessarily in chronological order. This is a great resource of art students and art enthusiasts alike. Dr. Hull's insight will hopefully help you better appreciate the wonderful art of the Italian renaissance era.

Italian Renaissance Art History
Leonardo da Vinci's iconic masterpiece "The Last Supper"
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Filippino Lippi (9:22) Play Video
2 Ghirlandaio (23:03) Play Video
3 Piero di Cosimo (23:47) Play Video
4 Perugino (22:33) Play Video
5 Antonio Pisanello (35:43) Play Video
6 Antonello da Messina (21:14) Play Video
7 Andrea Mantegna (50:40) Play Video
8 Gentile Bellini (7:21) Play Video
9 Giovanni Bellini (17:41) Play Video
10 Lorenzo Ghiberti (43:11) Play Video
11 Nanni Di Banco (14:08) Play Video
12 Luca Signorelli (12:33) Play Video
13 Mannerism 1 (1:07:31) Play Video
14 Mannerism 2: Giovanni da Bologna (9:16) Play Video
15 Italian Renaissance Architecture: Michelozzo (9:33) Play Video
16 Michelangelo 1 (High Renaissance) (1:06:23) Play Video
17 Michelangelo 2 (Mannerism) (50:32) Play Video
18 15th Century Italian Renaissance Painting: Mantegna and Bellini (25:23) Play Video
19 Raphael (41:54) Play Video
20 Bramante (24:58) Play Video
21 High Renaissance: Leonardo da Vinci (1:03:22) Play Video
22 15th Century Italian Renaissance Sculpture (1:28:23) Play Video
23 Italian Renaissance Architecture: Brunelleschi (1:03:36) Play Video
24 Renaissance Characteristics (28:07) Play Video
25 Venice (40:06) Play Video
26 Venice 1: Giorgione (24:08) Play Video
27 Venice 2: Titian (begins) (10:33) Play Video
28 Venice 3: Titian (continues) (15:58) Play Video
29 Venice 4: Tintoretto, Veronese, Palladio (43:24) Play Video
30 15th Century Italian Renaissance Painting: Masaccio and Botticelli (1:18:26) Play Video
31 Italian Renaissance 8: Marietta Robusti, "La Tintoretta" (9:33) Play Video
32 Masolino (16:21) Play Video
33 Gentile da Fabriano (17:35) Play Video
34 Masaccio (1:15:50) Play Video
35 Fra Filippo Lippi (35:54) Play Video
36 Uccello (23:07) Play Video
37 Andrea del Castagno (39:45) Play Video
38 Domenico Veneziano (18:37) Play Video
39 Fra Angelico (44:48) Play Video
40 Piero della Francesca (1:11:16) Play Video

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bipin wrote 1 year ago. - Delete
nicely explained but would like more illustrations for
cathedral dome construction.


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