Flippo Brunelleschi Research Paper

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“Do not share your inventions with many; share them only with the few who understand and love the sciences.” Filippo Brunelleschi was an artist and architect who rediscovered linear perspective. And created cupola which were domes but without support beams. His famous work was called Santa Maria de flori. Where he was later buried after death. Filippo was 2 of 3 sons to a lawyer and notary called Brunellesco Di Lippo and his mother named Giuliana Spini. He trained to become a sculptor and goldsmith at a workshop in 1392. He passed his exam which made him eligible to become a guild master goldsmith in 1398. Filippo Brunelleschi and Lorenzo Ghiberti competed in a competition designing the bronze doors of baptistery of Florence Cathedral. Which Lorenzo Ghiberti was victories in 1401. Which lead to his dreams of doing architecture and becoming famous for his new found passion. In 1409 he started construction on Santa Maria de flori as his first construction. He fixed the reinforcement problems of the cupola inside Santa Maria de flori. In 1418 his design for the cupola for Santa Maria which won the competition. In 1421 he started work on spedale degli innocenti. Filippo in 1423 he reconstructed San Lorenzo and almost finished Santa Maria de flori in 1436. He died on April 15, 1446 but cause of death is unknown.…show more content…
Linear perspective is a type of perspective used by artists in which the relative size, shape, and position of objects are by drawn lines at a point on the horizon. He used linear perspective at a baptistery where he put the art on the dome itself. Even other great artist used linear perspective in their arts which made linear perspective popular among artists. Even linear perspective is used today in many arts that are famous today which makes it an important contribution to artists

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