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An age of rebirth!!!

An age of rebirth!!!

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  • 1. Florence S. XIV-XVI
  • 2. He printed the bible, then divine comedy. Johann Gutenberg
  • 3.  Renaissance art wanted to show joy in human beauty and life’s pleasures. Renaissance art is more lifelike than in the art of the Middle Ages.
  • 4. (April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519) He was an excellent painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist and writer.
  • 5. Last Supper
  • 6. He was one of the greatest artists of all time. Like Leonardo, Michelangelo was a “Renaissance Man” of many talents. He was a great sculptor, a painter, and an architect.
  • 7. The Pieta
  • 8.  (3 May 1469 – 21 June 1527) He was one of the most influential writers of the Renaissance. He believed that the only way to keep united to Italy was that its leader was ruthless. “the end justifies the means“ “it is better to be feared than loved”
  • 9. Renaissance music is European music written during the Renaissance. Defining the beginning of the musical era is difficult, given the gradually adopted "Renaissance" characteristics: musicologists have placed its beginnings from as early as 1300 to as late as the 1470s. Periods of European art music Early Medieval (500–1400) Renaissance (1400–1600) Baroque (1600–1760) Common practice Baroque (1600–1760) Classical (1730–1820) Romantic (1815–1910) Modern and contemporary 20th-century (1900–2000) Contemporary (1975–present) 21st-century (2000–present)
  • 10. Composersof the Renaissance— timeline
  • 11. STRINGS PERCUSSION
  • 12. Michelangeloworkedon manyprojectsthat had been startedby othermen, most notablyin his workat St Peter's Basilica, Rome. The Campidoglio, designed by Michelangeloduring the same period, rationalizedthe structuresand spaces of Rome's Capitoline Hill. Its shape,more a rhomboidthan a square, wasintendedto counteract theeffects of perspective. The major Florentine architectural projectsby Michelangeloare the unexecuted façade for the Basilica of San Lorenzo, Florence and the Medici Chapel(CapellaMedicea) and LaurentianLibrary there, and the fortifications of Florence. The major Roman projects are St. Peter's, Palazzo Farnese, San Giovanni dei Florentine, the Sforza Chapel (CapellaSforza) in the Basilica di SantaMaria Maggiore,PortaPia and SantaMaria degli Angeli.
  • 13. ELIZABETHAN
  • 14. ¡Thank you!