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  • 1. The Renaissance -What was it? -Italian vs. Northern -Artwork, etc.
  • 2. What was the Renaissance?
    • A period after the Middle Ages.
    • The start of the “modern world”
    • New interest in old stuff, like Greece & Rome
    • Changes in thought about art, religion, literature, education
  • 3. Where did the renaissance Start?
    • Began in Italy
    • Later spread north to Germany and England
    • What was the difference between the Northern and Italian Renaissance…?
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  • 5. The Italian Renaissance
    • They were interested in human achievement (instead of religious or spiritual achievement)
    • The figures in their artwork looked like Greek or Roman gods, i.e. perfect
  • 6. The Northern Renaissance
    • They were interested in the early Christian period.
    • The figures in their artwork were more realistic.
  • 7. Both Northern & Italian Renaissance
    • Interested in Greek & Roman culture (“the classics”)
    • Use of perspective in paintings
    • Believed in humanism
    • Used critical method of study
  • 8. What’s Humanism?
    • Hint: What word is inside the word?
    • Idea started in the Renaissance that people have value, worth.
    • MA: Only God can do good
    • Ren: Humans can do good
    • Liberal arts education (still here today)
  • 9. Medieval Art vs. Renaissance Art
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    • No perspective
    • No proportion
    • Little kid drawings?
    Middle Ages
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    • Many religious themes.
    • Shows how central religion was.
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  • 14. Renaissance
    • Everyday scenes.
    • More realistic.
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