Renaissance

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Renaissance. Rebirth of Art and Learning. Why did the Renaissance begin in the 1300s?. . Why did the Renaissance begin in the 1300s?. Survival of war and plague. Why did the Renaissance begin in the 1300s?. Survival of war and plagueThey wanted to live and enjoy life. Why did the Renaissance be

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1. Renaissance

2. Renaissance Rebirth of Art and Learning

3. Why did the Renaissance begin in the 1300s?

4. Why did the Renaissance begin in the 1300s? Survival of war and plague

5. Why did the Renaissance begin in the 1300s? Survival of war and plague They wanted to live and enjoy life

6. Why did the Renaissance begin in the 1300s? Survival of war and plague They wanted to live and enjoy life Emerging middle class

7. Why did the Renaissance begin in the 1300s? Survival of war and plague They wanted to live and enjoy life Emerging middle class They had more time and their children became educated

8. Renaissance begins…

9. Renaissance begins… in Northern Italy

10. Renaissance begins… in Northern Italy They had…

11. Renaissance begins… in Northern Italy They had… City centers

12. Renaissance begins… in Northern Italy They had… City centers Wealthy merchant class

13. Renaissance begins… in Northern Italy They had… City centers Wealthy merchant class Classical heritage of Rome and Greece

14. Urban Centers

15. Urban Centers Modern cities

16. Urban Centers Modern cities Trade centers

17. Urban Centers Modern cities Trade centers Exchange of goods

18. Urban Centers Modern cities Trade centers Exchange of goods and ideas!

19. Wealthy Merchant Class

20. Wealthy Merchant Class The merchant class was not nobility

21. Wealthy Merchant Class The merchant class was not nobility – they earned their place in society by making themselves rich.

22. Wealthy Merchant Class The merchant class was not nobility – they earned their place in society by making themselves rich. Medici family ruled over Florence

23. Wealthy Merchant Class The merchant class was not nobility – they earned their place in society by making themselves rich. Medici family ruled over Florence and bought lots of art

24. Greco-Roman Culture

25. Greco-Roman Culture The influence of Greece and Rome was in Italy.

26. Greco-Roman Culture The influence of Greece and Rome was in Italy. Acceptance of ancient Roman influences in art.

27. Greek Influences

28. Greek Influences The new discovery of Greek manuscripts allowed scholars to analyze Greek philosophy

29. Greek Influences The new discovery of Greek manuscripts allowed scholars to analyze Greek philosophy Greeks valued the human body and the human spirit

30. Greek Influences The new discovery of Greek manuscripts allowed scholars to analyze Greek philosophy Greeks valued the human body and the human spirit Emerging philosophy of HUMANISM

31. Greek Influences The new discovery of Greek manuscripts allowed scholars to analyze Greek philosophy Greeks valued the human body and the human spirit Emerging philosophy of HUMANISM Ideas that focused on human potential and achievements

32. Renaissance Art

33. Renaissance Art Artistic Styles

34. Renaissance Art Artistic Styles Religious subjects with a realistic style copied from Greece and Rome

35. Renaissance Art Artistic Styles Religious subjects with a realistic style copied from Greece and Rome New Techniques

36. Renaissance Art Artistic Styles Religious subjects with a realistic style copied from Greece and Rome New Techniques Realistic sculpture

37. Renaissance Art Artistic Styles Religious subjects with a realistic style copied from Greece and Rome New Techniques Realistic sculpture Perspective

38. Renaissance Art Artistic Styles Religious subjects with a realistic style copied from Greece and Rome New Techniques Realistic sculpture Perspective Literature

39. Renaissance Art Artistic Styles Religious subjects with a realistic style copied from Greece and Rome New Techniques Realistic sculpture Perspective Literature Writing in vernacular allowed more people to participate in modern thought

40. What does art teach us? Turn to page 416 in your book…

41. What does art teach us? Turn to page 416 in your book… You are a historian looking at primary sources from the Renaissance.

42. What does art teach us? Turn to page 416 in your book… You are a historian looking at primary sources from the Renaissance. One of them is this painting by Jan van Eyck

43. Madonna and Chancellor Rolin

44. Northern Renaissance

45. Northern Renaissance Hundred Year’s War ends

46. Northern Renaissance Hundred Year’s War ends Cities grow in England, France and Holy Roman Empire

47. Northern Renaissance Hundred Year’s War ends Cities grow in England, France and Holy Roman Empire War comes to Italy

48. Northern Renaissance Hundred Year’s War ends Cities grow in England, France and Holy Roman Empire War comes to Italy

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