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  • 1. TheRenaissance -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…?
  • 4. 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
  • 5. The noRTheRn Renaissance • They were interested in the early Christian period. • The figures in their artwork were more realistic.
  • 6. BoTh noRTheRn & iTalian Renaissance• Interested in Greek & Roman culture (“the classics”)• Use of perspective in paintings• Believed in humanism• Used critical method of study
  • 7. 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)
  • 8. medieval aRT vs.Renaissance aRT
  • 9. Middle Ages•Noperspective•Noproportion•Little kiddrawings?
  • 10. • Many religious themes.• Shows how central religion was.
  • 11. Renaissance• Everyday scenes.• More realistic.

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