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Idt 7061.art of the renaissance.christina brown
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Idt 7061.art of the renaissance.christina brown
Idt 7061.art of the renaissance.christina brown
Idt 7061.art of the renaissance.christina brown
Idt 7061.art of the renaissance.christina brown
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This is a brief introduc

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  • 1. Art of the Renaissance
  • 2. The most iconic image of the Renaissance- The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
  • 3. Leonardo da Vinci mastered the human form; using real humans as subjects. Before this time, few tried to make such exact replicas.
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  • 6. Many of the famous works of Renaissance art were religious- based.
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  • 10. References
    Images retrieved from http://www.mrdowling.com/704-art.html

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