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Renaissance 1 mr beau

  1. 1. Secularism sec·u·lar·ism noun ˈsekyə-lə-ˈ ri-zəm
  2. 2. • the belief that religion should not play a role in government, education, or other public parts of society
  3. 3. The key intellectual movement of the Renaissance was: Humanism
  4. 4. humanism • A philosophy that usually rejects religion and stresses the individual
  5. 5. Humanist often would write in the Vernacular • Vernacular was the local spoken language.
  6. 6. More people could understand it. It allowed for the educating of “common” people.
  7. 7. • Humanist of the renaissance believed that education could change human beings.
  8. 8. • They wrote books on education using vernacular language. • They opened schools • They offered liberal studies. Studies on history, sciences, music, art, literature and more….
  9. 9. Humanist educators wanted to develop: • Well rounded individuals not just scholars • They also stressed physical education.
  10. 10. • By stressing individualism and the classics. They offered new approaches to education and new approaches to art and art techniques.
  11. 11. Gutenberg (German) • Developed printing press, stimulating the public’s desire and ability to gain knowledge.
  12. 12. The human focus meant that • Many artists painted the human body.
  13. 13. Giovanni began the true Renaissance art period • He used the fresco style of painting to create the illusion of 3-D. • Fresco is the use of fresh wet plaster and water based paints.
  14. 14. • Realistic portrayal of the human nude became one of the chief aims of Italian Renaissance art.
  15. 15. • The northern European artists painted illustrations for books and wood panels for the alter. Their canvass for art was much smaller.
  16. 16. Michelangelo Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, which took approximately four years to complete (1508–1512)
  17. 17. Raphael • An Italian painter and architect. • The School of Athens is one of the most famous frescoes of the Italian Renaissance. • Located in the Vatican
  18. 18. Donatello An early Renaissance Italian sculptor. The bronze David
  19. 19. Leonardo da Vinci • Leonardo was renowned primarily as a painter. • Among his works, the Mona Lisa

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