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A brief Introduction to the Renaissance

A brief Introduction to the Renaissance

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  • 1. WHAT IS THE RENAISSANCE?
  • 2. It’s a French word which means the REBIRTH OF GREEK AND ROMAN TRADITION
  • 3. MEDIEVAL IDEAS ARE REJECTED….. CLASSICAL PAST IS THE INSPIRATION
  • 4. ESPECIALLY IN ART, SCIENCE, AND LITERATURE
  • 5. ART: EVERYDAY LIFE REALISM PERSPECTIVE USE OF LIGHT AND SHADOW CLASSICAL (GREEK AND ROMAN) MODELS GLORIFIED THE HUMAN BODY
  • 6. AN EXAMPLE OF MEDIEVAL ART
  • 7. AN EXAMPLE OF RENAISSANCE ART
  • 8. SO, WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE HERE?
  • 9. SCIENCE CAREFUL OBSERVATION OF THE WORLD WILLINGNESS TO QUESTION ACCEPTED BELIEFS RELIANCE ON THE GREEKS AND THE ROMAN IDEAS
  • 10. LITERATURE INSPIRED BY THE GREEKS AND ROMANS HUMANISM - FOCUS ON HUMAN POTENTIAL AND ACHIEVEMENTS CONCERNED WITH THE HERE AND NOW
  • 11. THE DATES OF THE RENAISSANCE ARE 1300-1600
  • 12. THE RENAISSANCE BEGINS IN ITALY AND SPREADS THROUGHOUT EUROPE AS IT REACHES NORTHERN EUROPE, IT IS CALLED THE NORTHERN RENAISSANCE