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Renaissance 1 mr beau
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Renaissance 1 mr beau
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Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
Renaissance 1 mr beau
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  • 1. Secularism sec·u·lar·ism noun ˈsekyə-lə-ˈ ri-zəm
  • 2. • the belief that religion should not play a role in government, education, or other public parts of society
  • 3. The key intellectual movement of the Renaissance was: Humanism
  • 4. humanism • A philosophy that usually rejects religion and stresses the individual
  • 5. Humanist often would write in the Vernacular • Vernacular was the local spoken language.
  • 6. More people could understand it. It allowed for the educating of “common” people.
  • 7. • Humanist of the renaissance believed that education could change human beings.
  • 8. • They wrote books on education using vernacular language. • They opened schools • They offered liberal studies. Studies on history, sciences, music, art, literature and more….
  • 9. Humanist educators wanted to develop: • Well rounded individuals not just scholars • They also stressed physical education.
  • 10. • By stressing individualism and the classics. They offered new approaches to education and new approaches to art and art techniques.
  • 11. Gutenberg (German) • Developed printing press, stimulating the public’s desire and ability to gain knowledge.
  • 12. The human focus meant that • Many artists painted the human body.
  • 13. Giovanni began the true Renaissance art period • He used the fresco style of painting to create the illusion of 3-D. • Fresco is the use of fresh wet plaster and water based paints.
  • 14. • Realistic portrayal of the human nude became one of the chief aims of Italian Renaissance art.
  • 15. • The northern European artists painted illustrations for books and wood panels for the alter. Their canvass for art was much smaller.
  • 16. Michelangelo Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, which took approximately four years to complete (1508–1512)
  • 17. Raphael • An Italian painter and architect. • The School of Athens is one of the most famous frescoes of the Italian Renaissance. • Located in the Vatican
  • 18. Donatello An early Renaissance Italian sculptor. The bronze David
  • 19. Leonardo da Vinci • Leonardo was renowned primarily as a painter. • Among his works, the Mona Lisa

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