Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance. European renaissance and reformation. HUMANISM SECULAR PATRON PERSPECTIVE VERNACULAR. VOCAB. Setting the stage : Late middle ages Europe was plagued with war and disease; those who survived wanted to celebrate life. People began to question the Church
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Setting the stage: Late middle ages Europe was plagued with war and disease; those who survived wanted to celebrate life.
People began to question the Church
Wanted to celebrate the human spirit and focus on the individualItaly’s advantages
Paint with a realistic style, copied from ancient Greeks.Renaissance revolutionizes Art
“From this arises the question whether it is better to be loved more than feared, or feared more than loved. The reply is that one ought to be both feared and loved, but it is difficult for the two to go together, it is much safer to be feared than loved....”
“ The Mona Lisa” -1519
“ The Last Supper” - 1499
“David” - 1504
“Creation of Adam”
“Marriage of the Virgin” - 1504
“School of Athens” – 1508