Renaissance introduction

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A brief Introduction to the Renaissance

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Renaissance introduction

  1. 1. WHAT IS THE RENAISSANCE?
  2. 2. It’s a French word which means the REBIRTH OF GREEK AND ROMAN TRADITION
  3. 3. MEDIEVAL IDEAS ARE REJECTED….. CLASSICAL PAST IS THE INSPIRATION
  4. 4. ESPECIALLY IN ART, SCIENCE, AND LITERATURE
  5. 5. ART: EVERYDAY LIFE REALISM PERSPECTIVE USE OF LIGHT AND SHADOW CLASSICAL (GREEK AND ROMAN) MODELS GLORIFIED THE HUMAN BODY
  6. 6. AN EXAMPLE OF MEDIEVAL ART
  7. 7. AN EXAMPLE OF RENAISSANCE ART
  8. 8. SO, WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE HERE?
  9. 9. SCIENCE CAREFUL OBSERVATION OF THE WORLD WILLINGNESS TO QUESTION ACCEPTED BELIEFS RELIANCE ON THE GREEKS AND THE ROMAN IDEAS
  10. 10. LITERATURE INSPIRED BY THE GREEKS AND ROMANS HUMANISM - FOCUS ON HUMAN POTENTIAL AND ACHIEVEMENTS CONCERNED WITH THE HERE AND NOW
  11. 11. THE DATES OF THE RENAISSANCE ARE 1300-1600
  12. 12. THE RENAISSANCE BEGINS IN ITALY AND SPREADS THROUGHOUT EUROPE AS IT REACHES NORTHERN EUROPE, IT IS CALLED THE NORTHERN RENAISSANCE

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