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Northern Renaissance Late 1400’s. Homework: 46-51 Extra Credit: Girl with a Pearl Earring. Beginnings. By 1450 Northern Europe began to recover from plague Unlike Italy’s city states the Northern areas were unified under monarchs. Christian rather then secular ideas were maintained.

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northern renaissance late 1400 s
Northern Renaissance Late 1400’s
  • Homework: 46-51
  • Extra Credit: Girl with a Pearl Earring
beginnings
Beginnings
  • By 1450 Northern Europe began to recover from plague
  • Unlike Italy’s city states the Northern areas were unified under monarchs.
  • Christian rather then secular ideas were maintained.
spread of ideas in germany
Spread of Ideas in Germany
  • Both an invasion of Northern Italy and artist traveling to Germany brought Renaissance Ideas
  • Durer and Holbein were the most famous with realistic picture quality painting
flemish painters
Flemish Painters
  • As in Italy was precipitated by rise in middle class
  • Van Eyck became famous for his new technique of oil painting (helped in subtlety of color)
  • Brugel was influenced by van Eyck and used paintings to protest Spanish rule, and capture every day life.
reform christian humanist
Reform: Christian Humanist
  • Geoffrey Chaucer: Led changes in England as a vernacular writer (Canterbury Tales)
  • Desiderius Erasmus (Holland): Believed that to improve society everyone should study the bible. (Praise of Folly)
  • Thomas More (England): wrote about a perfect society (Utopia)
shakespeare
Shakespeare
  • Shakespeare was also known for his humanistic play writing. He examined peoples greatest assets and flaws
  • He often used the classics as background
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What a piece of work is a man, how noble in reason, how infinite in faculties, in form and in moving, how express and admirable in action, how like an angel in apprehension, how like a god! The Paragon of animals. -Hamlet

elizabethan age 1558 1603
Elizabethan Age (1558-1603)
  • The Renaissance in England is also known as the Elizabethan age
  • Queen Elizabeth never married to prevent from losing power
  • She was considered to be the “queen mother”
  • She favored the arts including writing poetry herself
printing press
Printing Press
  • Block printing was first developed in china.
  • The Printing press was created by a German Johann Gutenberg
  • The first published book being the Gutenberg bible
importance of the renaissance
Importance of the Renaissance
  • New art styles
  • Humanistic Ideal
  • Individuality
  • The effects of books
summary questions
Summary Questions
  • What does Utopia mean in Greek?
  • What was the first European book that was printed?
  • What book did Thomas Mores write?
  • Where was the printing press created? Who created it?
extra credit
Extra Credit

Film:

  • Shakespeare in Love(many historical inaccuracies) (evidence and Interpretations)
  • Merchant of Venice- Shakespeare play keep in mind the anti-semitism of the time
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