Chapter 7, Section 4 The World of European culture
Mannerism Mannerism is an artistic movement that emerged in Italy in the 1520’s -1530’s. It marked the end of the Renaissance by breaking down the principles of balance, harmony, and moderation. El Greco El Greco was a Spanish painter who painted figures that were elongated or contorted. He used shades of yellow and green, against an eerie background of stormy grays, to reflect religious tensions and upheavals of the reformation. f
Baroque Baroque was an artistic style of the seventeenth century. It was characterized by complex forms, bold ornamentation and contrasting elements. Madrid, Prague, Vienna &Brussels These were Catholic reform movements. They were also influences & richly detailed buildings at Catholic courts of the Hapsburgs.
Gian Lorenzo Bernini Gian Lorenzo Bernini was an Italian who completed St. Peters Basilica in Rome & was the greatest figure in the Baroque period. William Shakespeare William Shakespeare was a playwright, actor, & shareholder in the chief theater company. He was also a master of the English language.
Miguel de Cervantes Miguel de Cervantes was a Spanish writer who wrote, “Don Quixote” a funny story about a knight and his squire. Lope de Vega Lope de Vega was a Spanish playwright,Wrote 1,500 plays that were witty, charming, action-packed, and realistic.
Thomas Hobbes Thomas Hobbes was an English political thinker. He published “Leviathan” in 1651. It was based on revolutionary upheavals in England. John Locke John Locke was an English political thinker. He wrote Two Treatises of Government in 1679. These treaties described how governments are formed. His ideas can be found in the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution.
Natural Rights Natural Rights are rights with which all humans are born with. They include the rights to life, liberty, and property.
Presentation By: Ramon Rodriguez, Jr DamilolaOnifad Paola Gonzalez Pratt