Comments: I just wanted to tell you that i love the work on The pazzi chapel and i wanted to no if there are any websites of timelines during it..
Name: Robby Fitzpatrick
Comments: The Pazzi Chapel is a great thing man. great thing. Brunelleschi is absolutely incredible... Check out the Baptistery Door Competition relief of the Sacrifice of Isacc.
Name: Ben Grobe
Comments: The Pazzi Chapel is a magnificent structure, completed in 1444 by Brunelleschi. The chapel is designed for optical comprehension, throught the use of similar proportions. This demonstrates Brunelleschi's knowledge in perspective, which serves to clarigy the relationship between spectators and space. Around the time of this construction was the beginning of a new architectural problem the inclusion of optics in architectural design. I feel that this structure serves as a exapmle for the possibilities that can be created through the use of perspective. For what derives is the most comprehensive structure, created by a unifying force which is geometry. Therefore we arrive at the conclusion that we cannot forget the impact that mathmatic perspective, for it is often forgoten and spectators pay the price because of an irrational construction. Pazzi Chapel sets the standard for this, which results in the most beautiful structure!
Comments: I had the honor of seeing the Pazzi Chapel while visiting Florence this summer. It is obviously Renaissance in design because of the importance of visual symmetry and perfection acheived through form.
Name: Alan Picker
Comments: Question;After the Pazzi conspiracy against the Medici failed,all mention of the Pazzi family was expunged or destroyed.How did the chapel wheather this storm?
Comments: Pazzi Chapel is one of a handful of regrettable turning points in architecture. In this case, the art is applied to the structure after it was finished. Art becomes portable. Structure becomes irrelevant and effects are separated from architectural causes ~ It's effects are felt 4 centuries later with the complete utilitarian mediocrity of most commonplace buildings of the 20th c.
Comments: Umm, the Pazzi Chapel was designed by Brunelleshi, but he died in 1433, long before the chapel was completed. If you're going to post, at least check your facts first.
Comments: I'm doing a report on the Pazzi Chapel and need to know what it was constructed of. Like, Everything that was used to construct it. Please help if you can.
Comments: This is one of my favorite buildings. Itís the most pure and profound structure created! I always have an overwhelming feeling of solitude and peace when I visit this perfectly proportioned chapel. Itís the human scale, the acoustics and serenity that make me feel like I am taking the deepest breaths possible and exhaling at a rate slower than it took to place all the stones to build this amazing place.
Index of Artists
||Alberti, Leon Battista|
Angelico, Fra Giovanni
Bellini, Jacopo, Giovanni, and Gentile
da Correggio, Antonio
da Fontormo, Jacopo
da Panicale, Masolino
da Settingnano, Desiderio
da Urbino, Bramante
da Vinci, Leonardo
del Sarto, Andrea
di Cosimo, Piero
Francesca, Piero Della
Gallo, Guillano and Antonio
Lippi, Fra Filippo
Pollajuolo, Antonio and Piero
Quercia, Jacopo Dalla
Robbia, Luca Della