Lecture 18 - Saint Peters Basilica, Vatican City, begun 1506, completed 1626

1400~1500: Renaissance in Italy and the North

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Numerous architects (see below), Saint Peter's Basilica (Basilica Sancti Petri in Latin)begun 1506 completed 1626, Vatican City. Architectural contributors include: Donato Bramante who's design won Julius II's competition / Antonio da Sangallo, a student of Bramante, designed the Pauline Chapel / Fra Giocondo strengthened the foundation / Raphael worked with Fra Giocondo, his redesigned building plan was not executed / Michelangelo designed the dome, crossing, and exterior excluding the nave and facade / Giacomo della Porta, designed the cupola / Carlo Maderno, extended Michelangelo's plan adding a nave and grand facade / Gian Lorenzo Bernini added the piazza, the Cathedra Petri, and the Baldacchino

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Lecture 1 - Saint Peters Basilica, Vatican City, begun 1506, completed 1626

1500~1600: End of the Renaissance and the Reformation

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Lecture 16 - Manet, The Balcony, 1868-1869

1848~1907: Industrial Revolution II

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Lecture 11 - Andrea Mantegna, Saint Sebastian, c. 1456-59

1400~1500: Renaissance in Italy and the North

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Lecture 3 - Jan Van Eyck, Ghent Altarpiece, (Closed), completed 1432

1400~1500: Renaissance in Italy and the North

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