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22 -- Part 4: Sixteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe and
Oil on a wood panel is 12 x 81/2''.
Renaissance France followed a different path than Catherine de' Medici did in Germany.
Pope Leo X came to an Henry II (ruled 1547-1559), became regent for her young agreement with the French king Francis I (ruled 1515-1547), but failed to find a balance that spared the country.
John Calvin, a French reformer, devoted follow gious polarization and a bloody conflict that began in ers in France.
Henry III fled to Switzerland in 1534 where he was murdered by a Dominican friar.
The wood panel has oil and tempera on it.
Florence created a flattering image of Francis by shading his features and showing his fingers.
He came up with an image of power.
Renaissance parade armor turned scrawny men into giants by widening the king's shoulders to fill the entire width of the panel.
The portrait could be painted separately from the detailed rendering of the costume.
Royal clothing was often lent to the artist or modeled by a servant to spare them the boredom of posing.
In creating official portraits, the artist sketched the subject, then painted a prototype that became the model for numerous replicas made for diplomatic and family purposes.
Francis became the first Bourbon king because of his enthusiasm for things Italian.
The Italian Renaissance style of architecture was the basis of Henry's rule as Henry IV.
The French architecture was supported by a coun.
One of the most beautiful chateauxes was not built as a royal residence under Francis I.
Francis I sought Chenonceau on the River Cher in order to "modernize" the French court by acquiring the versatile opposite.
Leonardo da Vinci moved to France in 1516.
The king and his wife built a new Renaissance home after Leonardo advised him on royal piers of a water mill on the river bank.
The plan reflects the Classical principles of geometric regu Renaissance in French art and architecture throughout larity and symmetry, a rectangular building with rooms his long reign.
Some artists break the line of the walls.
The build of Francis I was Italian.
The features of medieval castles were used by Jean ers.
After the chateau was finished, the owners died and their son gave it to Francis I, who turned it into a hunting lodge.
The original building was finished in 1581.
Chenonceau played a role in the twentieth century.
It was used as a hospital during World War I.
The gallery bridge at Chenonceau became an escape route during the German occupation of World War II.
Catherine's family was a great patron of the arts during the Renaissance, and women played an important role in the patronage.
The chateaux of the Loire River Valley has a two-story gallery added to the bridge.
The property was originally acquired by Catherine Briconnet and her husband, Thomas, and they built a country residence on it.
Thomas and Catherine's son and furniture were in her room with black velvet and damask, after Thomas and Catherine died.
She gave Chenonceau to King Francis I.
When she died, Chenonceau was with her niece.
Diane de Poitiers was a women mistress in the 18th and 19th century.
The fate of Chenonceau was determined by her.
The owner, Louise Dupin, built a bridge across the Cher that was so beloved by the villagers that they protected her.
Her home was saved when Henry died.
Marguerite Pelouze restored Chenonceau after taking Catherine de' Medici's chateau for herself.
Roman-trained French Renaissance architect recall Parmigianino's paintings in chapter 22 of the 16th-century art in Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula.
There is a bridge across the river.
The whole remains graceful, orderly, and harmonizes almost perfectly with it's contemporary ornamentation.
The first school in Fontainebleau was this Ital turreted building.
His primary resi rior design spread to other centers in France and into the medieval hunting lodge at Fontainebleau.
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