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The Renaissance. What was the Renaissance?. 1300 -1600: REBIRTH of art and learning (creativity & change in politics, social life, economics, science and culture). Birthplace of the Renaissance. Italy Thriving cities

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  1. The Renaissance

  2. What was the Renaissance? • 1300 -1600: REBIRTH of art and learning (creativity & change in politics, social life, economics, science and culture)

  3. Birthplace of the Renaissance • Italy • Thriving cities • Wealthy patrons: (financial supporters of the arts -- the Medicis in Florence) • Influence of Classical Civs: Greece & Rome (Classicism)

  4. Intellectual Reawakening • Humanism – saw potential in humans & their achievements • Emphasized the individual, his intellect, and his time on Earth (NOT religion or the afterlife)

  5. Renaissance Art • Realism copied from Greeks & Romans • Individualism • Perspective (three-dimensional)

  6. The Ultimate Renaissance Man Leonardo da Vinci

  7. The Ultimate Renaissance Man

  8. Renaissance Ideas Spread • 1400s: Northern Renaissance -Renaissance ideas spread to France, Germany & Flanders • ToG: Movement

  9. Renaissance Ideas Spread • 1500s: Elizabethan Age -Renaissance spreads to England • Queen Elizabeth I promoted the arts and literature in the vernacular (everyday language)

  10. Renaissance Ideas Spread • 1440: Johann Gutenberg invented the printing press • 1455: Gutenberg Bible

  11. Legacy of the Renaissance • Changes in Society • Artistic & social advances • Rise in learning & literacy • Rise of democratic ideas • Focus on individual achievements

  12. The End