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Slide 1 - THE ARCHITECTURE RENAISSANCE IN FRANCE PRESENTED BY SHAIRA FAITH DAGAYLOAN BsArch2B
Slide 2 - The Renaissance Architecture in France
Slide 3 - Romanesque Gothic Evolution of French Architecture Renaissance
Slide 4 - The Renaissance in France French Renaissance Architecture is the style of architecture which was imported to France from Italy during the early 16 century and developed in the light of local architectural traditions. During the early years of the 16th century the Frence were involved in wars in Northern Italy, bringing back to France not just the Renaissance art treasures as their war booty, but also stylistic ideas. In the Loire Valley a wave of building was carried and many Renaissance chateau appeared at this time, the earliest example being the Chateau d’ Amboise. Night View This style of French architecture had two distinct periods. During the first period, between about 1491 and 1540, the Italian style was copied directly, often by Italian architects and craftsmen. In the second period, between 1540 and the end of the Valois dynasty in 1589, French architects and craftsmen gave the style a more distinctive and original French character. Chateau d’ Amboise
Slide 5 - Characteristics of French Renaissance Architecture: Structures, usually made of stone or brick, look like castles or chateaus and often have multiple stories. They tend to have very steep pitched roofs, some of which are mansard roofs. The roofs are often covered in slate tiles.
Slide 6 - Characteristics of French Renaissance Architecture
Slide 7 - The main building was built in 1453 and in an unprecedent manner, two square pavilions were added between 1453 and 1461, anticipating the classical architecture by several decades. Château de Bury (1450–1461) Italian Renaissance window decoration in Château de Gaillon (1502–1509) Château de Montsoreau (1450–1461) The Renaissance Architecture in France
Slide 8 - Window with a lucarne, raised above the roof and framed with sculpted pilasters, characteristic of French Renaissance style The original design was more medieval than Renaissance; only the pillars and decorated capitals of the columns on the courtyard, and the sculpture in light relief, showed the Italian influence. The double-spiral stairway at Chambord Château de Azay-le-Rideau (1450–1461) Château of Blois (1491–1498) Château de Chambord (1519–1538) The Renaissance Architecture in France
Slide 9 - The horseshoe stairway was originally built for Henry II by Philibert Delorme between 1547 and 1559, then rebuilt for Louis XIII by Jean Androuet du Cerceau in about 1640. The original design was more medieval than Renaissance; only the pillars and decorated capitals of the columns on the courtyard, and the sculpture in light relief, showed the Italian influence. Much polychrome interplay (brick/stone) and various ornaments (cabochons, diamonds, masks) evoke luxury, surprise and abundance, themes peculiar to Mannerist architecture The Renaissance Architecture in France Château de Fontainebleau Château of Blois (1491–1498) Hôtel d'Assézat (1555–1556 and 1560-1562)
Slide 10 - Château de Chambord (1519–1538) Château de Chenonceau Years active: late 15th – early 17th centuries Château de Azay-le-Rideau (1450–1461) Lescot wing of the Louvre (1546–1553)
Slide 11 - THAT’S ALL! THANKS FOR LISTENING by: DAGAYLOAN, SHAIRA FAITH B.