Timeline of European Art and Music - the 1500s - Part 1/3
The whole works can be found here - https://archive.org/details/timeline-of-european-art-and-music
0:00 - 1500 - Giovanni Palestrina (Italian) - Missa Marcelli III Credo - (Renaissance)
2:43 - 1500 - Josquin Des Prez (French) - Domine ne in furore - Weser - (Renaissance)
7:29 - 1501 - Petrucci - Harmonice Musices Odhecaton - (the first printed collection of polyphonic music)
16:10 - 1510 - Josquin des Prez - Missa de Beata Virgine
21:51 - 1520 - 1526 - Francesco Patavino (Italian) - Dilla da l'acqua
24:00 - 1539 - Jacques Arcadelt (Franco-Flemish) - Il primo libro di madrigali, Il bianco e dolce cigno
26:56 - 1550 - John Dowland (English) - The Frogg Galliard - (Renaissance)
29:02 - 1565 - Giovanni Palestrina (Italian) - Missa Papae Marcelli
32:25 - 1580 - Henry VIII (not certain) (English) - Greensleeves - (Renaissance)
35:39 - 1581 - Beaujoyeulx (French) - Ballet comique de la reine, La petite entrée
37:08 - 1593 - William Byrd (English) - Mass for Five Voices - (Renaissance)
43:28 - 1593 - William Byrd (English) - Mass for Four Voices - (Renaissance)
47:40 - 1596 - John Dowland (English) - Flow, my tears - (Renaissance)
1501-1504 - Michelangelo (Italian) - David - Because of the nature of the figure it represented, the statue soon came to symbolize the defence of civil liberties embodied in the Republic of Florence
1503-1506 - Leonardo da Vinci (Italian) - Mona Lisa
1504 - Albrecht Durer (German) - Adam and Eve (engraving)
1505-1506 - Raphael (Italian) - Madonna in the Meadow - the figures of the Virgin Mary, the infant Jesus, and an infant John the Baptist shown in a calm grassy meadow, in a pyramidal arrangement linked by their gazes
1506 - Albrecht Dürer (German) - Feast of the Rosary - Shows the Virgin Enthroned holding the Child in the center. who is crowning Pope Julius II on the left, and German emperor Frederick III crowned by Mary.
1507 - Albrecht Durer (German) - Adam and Eve
1507-1508 - Giorgione (Italian) - The Temptest - Despite considerable discussion by art historians, the meaning of the scene remains elusive.
1508 - Giorgione (and possibly Tizian, both Italian) - Sleeping Venus - It is the first known reclining nude in Western painting
1508-1509 - Giorgione (Italian) - The Three Philosophers - It shows three philosophers – one young, one middle-aged, and one old. The work was commissioned by the Venetian noble Taddeo Contarini, a Venetian merchant
1508-1512 - Michelangelo (Italian) - Sistine Chapel ceiling - Central to the ceiling decoration are nine scenes from the Book of Genesis, of which The Creation of Adam is the best known
1509 - Raphael (Italian) - The School of Athens - a fresco to decorate the rooms now known as the Stanze di Raffaello, in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican. Seen as Raphael's masterpiece and embodiment of the Renaissance
1510-1520 - Joachim Patinir (Flemish) - The Baptism of Christ - The work depicts the baptism of Christ in the River Jordan by Saint John the Baptist, as described in Matthew 3.13-17.
1511 - Albrecht Durer (German) - Adoration of the Trinity
1511 - Michelangelo (Italian) - Creation of Adam - Illustrates the Biblical creation narrative from the Book of Genesis in which God gives life to Adam, the first man. One of the most replicated religious paintings.
1512 - Raphael (Italian) - The Triumph of Galatea - In Greek mythology, the beautiful Nereid Galatea had fallen in love with the peasant shepherd Acis. Raphael chose the scene of the nymph's apotheosis.
1513-1514 - Raffaello Sanzio (Italian) - Portrait of a Young Man - The subject's identity is unverified, but many scholars have traditionally regarded it as Raphael's self-portrait.
1513-1515 - Michelangelo (Italian) - Moses - Commissioned in 1505 by Pope Julius II for his tomb, depicts biblical figure Moses with horns, based on a description in chapter 34 of Exodus in the Vulgate (the Latin Bible at the time)
1520 - Joachim Patinir (Flemish) - Landscape with the Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah
1520-1524 - Joachim Patinir (Flemish) - Crossing the River Styx - The larger figure in the boat is Charon, who transports the souls of the dead to the gates of Hades. The passenger in the boat decides between the two
1522-1523 - Titian (Italian) - Bacchus and Ariadne - Ariadne , left on the island of Naxos, deserted by her lover Theseus, whose ship sails away to the far left. Bacchus (Dionysus) discovers and falls in love with her.
1529 - Albrecht Altdorfer (German) - The Battle of Alexander at Issus - The 333 BC Battle of Issus, where Alexander the Great secured a decisive victory over Darius III of Persia and leverage against the Persians Empire.
1532 - Hans Holbein the Younger (German) - Portrait of the Merchant Georg Giese - The Danzig merchant Georg Gisze is shown among the paraphernalia of his trade money, pen, seal, inkpots, balance, boxes, scissors, and keys.
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