SOCIAL SCIENCE III
   Italian Renaissance         English and French    artists impressed            monarchs became    scholars and studen...
   Renaissance ideas from Italy mingled with    Northern traditions which resulted in the    development of the Northern ...
GERMANY                                 FLEMISH   Albrecht Durer                         Jan van Eyck     Concept of Re...
NORTHERN RENAISSANCEWRITERS                        WRITERS:   Writers adopted Italian       Erasmus    Renaissance human...
   William Shakespeare                MAJOR EFFECTS OF     Macbeth, King                     THE INVENTION OF THE      ...
    PHILIPPINE SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL    MAIN CAMPUS    SOCIAL SCIENCE III    QUIZ #4    NAME:    SECTION:    CLASS NU...
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Northern Renaissance by Sir Erin.

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Northern renaissance

  1. 1. SOCIAL SCIENCE III
  2. 2.  Italian Renaissance  English and French artists impressed monarchs became scholars and students “patrons of the arts”. who visited Italy.  Francis I of France purchased paintings. Through merchants  Francis I invited da Vinci (trade), ideas spread to retire in France. when they traveled out  Italian artists and of Italy. architects built his castle at Fontainebleau.
  3. 3.  Renaissance ideas from Italy mingled with Northern traditions which resulted in the development of the Northern Renaissance’s own character:  More interested in religious ideas than in the secular themes popular in Italy  Developed plans for social reform based on Christian values
  4. 4. GERMANY FLEMISH Albrecht Durer  Jan van Eyck  Concept of Realism on art, he  Peasant Wedding which emphasized portrays peasant life in the 1500s.  His works inspired many  Used oil painting German artists including…  Pieter Bruegel Hans Holbein the Younger  Interested in realistic details  Painter of portraits of English and individual people most royal families including Henry especially the peasants. VIII.  Some of his paintings protested harsh Spanish rule over his country.
  5. 5. NORTHERN RENAISSANCEWRITERS WRITERS: Writers adopted Italian  Erasmus Renaissance humanism but  The Praise of Folly – poked fun at greedy merchants, heartsick gave it more religious lovers, quarrelsome slant. (Christian scholars, and pompous priests. Humanism)  Thomas More  Utopia- an ideal place where Best known Christian greed, corruption, war, and humanists: Desiderius crime had been weeded out. Erasmus (Holland) and Thomas More (England)  FRANCOIS RABELAIS ▪ Gargantua and Pantagruel- poked fun at the French society
  6. 6.  William Shakespeare  MAJOR EFFECTS OF  Macbeth, King THE INVENTION OF THE Lear, Hamlet, Romeo and PRINTING PRESS: Juliet, A Midsummer’s  New ideas spread more Night’s Dream quickly Edmund Spenser  Writing in vernacular  The Faerie Queen (poem) increased Johann Gutenberg  Printing press wherein he Renaissance ended in the used it to print a complete 1600s when new ideas and Bible he called Gutenberg artistic styles appeared. Bible. However, Renaissance ideals continued to flourish in Europe.
  7. 7.  PHILIPPINE SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL MAIN CAMPUS SOCIAL SCIENCE III QUIZ #4 NAME: SECTION: CLASS NUMBER:1) Identification 1) The Italian city-state that is the center of Italian Renaissance 2) Understanding of human potentials and achievements 3) Financial supporters of Renaissance artists 4) Writer of The Courtier 5) Writer of The Prince 6) Flemish painter of the Peasant Wedding 7) German artist who focused on realism in creating artworks 8) The ideal place as named by Sir Thomas More 9) The country of origin of Francois Rabelais 10) Inventor of the printing press
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