CHAPTER 17 REVIEW
Elizabeth I
Queen of England for 45 years
Patron of the arts
Martin Luther
Wrote 95 theses wrong with the CC
Started the Protestant Reformation
Patrons
Wealthy merchants
Financially supports the artists
Michelangelo
Painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
Perspective
3-D effect of painting
Painting has vanishing point
Shakespeare
English author
Wrote sonnets, poems and 37 plays
Vernacular
Writing in the local language not classic language
Artemisia Gentileschi
First woman painter to be accepted to the
Florence Academy of Art
Humanism
Focus on human potential and achievement
Influenced art
Kept Greek and Rome values
Thomas Moore
Wrote book Utopia
Movable type
First used in China
Causes of the Reformation
Problems with CC and Pope’s personal goals
Printing press spreads new ideas fast, exposing
new...
Printing Press
Invented by Johann Gutenberg
First book printed – Gutenberg Bible
Henry VII
Split from CC
Had desire to have a male heir to throne
Declared him head of the Church of England
John Calvin
“Started” Calvinism
Believed in predestination
Renaissance Man
Someone who mastered every area of study
The Council of Trent
CC has final interpretation of Bible
Faith and good works are needed for salvation
Indulgences are...
Indulgences
Clergy selling pardons
Released people from penalties for their sins
The Medici’s
Wealth merchants and bankers
Patrons of the arts
Leonardo da Vinci
Renaissance Man
Painter, sculptor, inventor and scientist
Renaissance
Rebirth of art and learning
1300-1600
Renaissance
Rebirth of art and learning
1300-1600
Italy’s Success
Urban centers
Merchants and the Medici's
Roman and Greek classical heritage
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Chapter 17 review

  1. 1. CHAPTER 17 REVIEW
  2. 2. Elizabeth I Queen of England for 45 years Patron of the arts
  3. 3. Martin Luther Wrote 95 theses wrong with the CC Started the Protestant Reformation
  4. 4. Patrons Wealthy merchants Financially supports the artists
  5. 5. Michelangelo Painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
  6. 6. Perspective 3-D effect of painting Painting has vanishing point
  7. 7. Shakespeare English author Wrote sonnets, poems and 37 plays
  8. 8. Vernacular Writing in the local language not classic language
  9. 9. Artemisia Gentileschi First woman painter to be accepted to the Florence Academy of Art
  10. 10. Humanism Focus on human potential and achievement Influenced art Kept Greek and Rome values
  11. 11. Thomas Moore Wrote book Utopia
  12. 12. Movable type First used in China
  13. 13. Causes of the Reformation Problems with CC and Pope’s personal goals Printing press spreads new ideas fast, exposing new ideas to masses Focus on the secular and challenging the CC
  14. 14. Printing Press Invented by Johann Gutenberg First book printed – Gutenberg Bible
  15. 15. Henry VII Split from CC Had desire to have a male heir to throne Declared him head of the Church of England
  16. 16. John Calvin “Started” Calvinism Believed in predestination
  17. 17. Renaissance Man Someone who mastered every area of study
  18. 18. The Council of Trent CC has final interpretation of Bible Faith and good works are needed for salvation Indulgences are valid
  19. 19. Indulgences Clergy selling pardons Released people from penalties for their sins
  20. 20. The Medici’s Wealth merchants and bankers Patrons of the arts
  21. 21. Leonardo da Vinci Renaissance Man Painter, sculptor, inventor and scientist
  22. 22. Renaissance Rebirth of art and learning 1300-1600
  23. 23. Renaissance Rebirth of art and learning 1300-1600
  24. 24. Italy’s Success Urban centers Merchants and the Medici's Roman and Greek classical heritage
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