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WHI.13c – Italian Renaissance
WHI.13c in a Nutshell
The Italian Renaissance was centered in Florence. While Medieval art and literature focused on the
Church and salvation, Renaissance art and literature focused on the individual and worldly matters,
along with Christianity.
Renaissance Intellectual Movements
Focused on human potential
and achievements
Return to the ideals of
Greece and Rome
Non-religious, enjoyment of
worldly pleasures
Directions: Match the author with his description/work.
C Petrarch
A. Wrote The Divine Comedy; wrote in the vernacular
A Dante
B. Wrote The Prince, a secular treatise on government. Believed “the
ends justify the means.”
D Castiglione
B Machiavelli
C. Wrote prose and poetry in Latin and Italian; considered the “Father
of Humanism”
D. Wrote The Courtier, a guidebook on how to be a “Renaissance Man”
Directions: Identify the artist.
Painted frescos such as The Morning of Christ
1st free standing nude since ancient times; realistic
postures and expressions
Giotto di Bondone
Doors of the Cathedral of Florence
The Last Judgment – Sistine Chapel; David
The School of Athens
The Last Supper and The Mona Lisa, engineer
and architect
Leonardo da Vinci