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The Renaissance
Quick Facts:
 When:
1300’s to the late 1500’s
 Where: Began in Italy and then
moved North
 Why:
A
renewed interest in Classic
Architecture and Literature
 Patrons
What was the Renaissance?
 Definition:Rebirth
of Art and
Learning in Europe.
A
“Renaissance Man” : Someone
who is curious, well-rounded,
multi-talented and believes he
can do what they put their mind
to
The Renaissance Style

Humanism
Philosophy of the Renaissance
 Intellectual movement that focused on
worldly concerns instead of religious
issues
 Focus on Human Achievement and
Potential

Why Italy?
What made Italy the birthplace of the
Renaissance?
Why Italy???
 The
Feudal System never took hold
making it easy for them to try
something new
 Roman Tradition remained—
architecture and culture still
remained for people to see
 Patrons- A Wealthy merchant class
in power who liked to sponsor the
arts
Patrons
The Medicis
 Florence
became one of the most
successful Renaissance cities with
the help of the Medici family
Wealthy
merchant/banking
family
Patron Family- Sponsored
Artists
Art in the Renaissance
Reflected Humanist ideas
 Changes from the Middle Ages

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Settings:
Used Roman/Greek backgrounds
 Created pictures of people of the time
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
Perspective/Shading:

Makes distant objects look smaller than those
close to the viewer
Art in the Renaissance
 Architecture
Rejected Gothic style of architecture
 Adopted the styles of the Greeks and
Romans: Columns, arches and domes

Famous Men of the Renaissance
Leonardo da Vinci


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Considered a Renaissance Man: Artists,
botany, anatomy, optics, music,
architecture, and engineering
Mona Lisa
The Last Supper
Studied how bones and muscles worked
da Vinci
Self Portrait----
Mona
Lisa
---
da Vinci was a true
“Renaissance Man”
…much like Chuck
Norris
The Last Supper
Michelangelo
 Sculptor,
engineer, painter,
architect, and poet; also a
Renaissance man.
 David
 Sistine
Chapel
 The Pieta
Michelangelo’s Works
Raphael

Younger than da Vinci and
Michelangelo; studied their works
 Blended Christian and classical
styles
School
of
Athens
Madonnas
*Raphael’s Works*
Marriage of the Virgin
Donatello
 Famous
 Statue
sculptor
of David-- first nude statue
of the Renaissance
 Mary Magdaline
 Gattamelata
Donatello’s Works
David
Gattamelata
Mary
Magdaline
Niccolo’ Machiavelli
 Wrote
The Prince
A
guide for rulers
 The end justifies the means
 Use whatever means necessary to
get what you want
Complete Worksheet #1 on Machiavelli
Answer:
 Is
the Renaissance a Golden
Age?
The Renaissance Spreads
 The
Renaissance Will Spread Out
of Italy Across Europe
Ticket Out the Door
What is Humanism?
 What is a Renaissance Man/Person?
 What were the Main Ideas in the
book The Prince?
 Why did the Renaissance Start in
Italy?
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