Over look• It lasted from 1400AD to 1600AD• It was a period full of art and it was one of the most productive periods in the history of art.• Painting and sculpting were the main types of art during this time.
Leonardo da Vinci• Leonardo da Vinci was one exceptional artist from the Renaissance. His artwork style focused on humans and gave them a very realistic appearance. He was also a great scientist.• Some of his most famous paintings is the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper
Michelangelo• Michelangelo was a very famous painter, sculptor, and poet. He also painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling, and sculpted David.
More Art• People’s true beliefs of any society can be seen through the art of their culture.• Artists during this time changed in the way art was presented as compared to the medieval art.
What were Flowers Used for?• Gardens of ﬂowers were planted for beauty.• People began to use ﬂoral arrangements to decorate walls and vaulted ceilings.• Fruits, blossoms and leaves were woven into garlands to decorate walls and vaulted ceilings.• Some times they would use ﬂowers and other plants for accessories of their clothing.
Floral Arraignments• Common arrangement design shapes used were triangle, oval, arc and ellipse.• Designs were naturalistic and later became more ornate.• Most were twice as tall as the height of the container.• The ﬂowers were positioned in a loose, un-crowded and an airy
Flowers• Flowers were used to contrast with the white, interior walls of homes and buildings.• Certain ﬂowers held a special meaning. For example, the rose symbolized sacred or profane love.
• Common arrangement design shapes used were triangle, oval, arc and ellipse.• Designs were naturalistic• Arrangements were typically twice as tall as the height of the container, and arranged in a loose airy manner.
Colors and more flowers!• The colors and forms of ﬂowers were used as the focus.• Each ﬂower stood out because of the variety of bright colors and different kinds of ﬂowers that were used.• Flowers were used to contrast with the white, interior walls of homes and buildings.