Renaissance Test Review. Question 1. Which of these would be valued MOST by a Renaissance thinker who emphasized individualism?. Question 2. Independent republics in Italy were governed by elected councils. Who often held the most power in those republics?. Question 3.
Rich families and church leaders hired them to create paintings and sculptures
Refers to showing a three dimensional scene on a flat surface, so that it looks real.
Which of these methods did humanist scholars teach as a new way to learn about the world?
He painted many classical myths and Bible stories. described as a "painter's painter" because of his influence on other artists' use of color and brush strokes.
Gifted in both sculpture and painting. Painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
United Spain as a Catholic country with her husband. Actively encouraged exploration.
Mother was Anne Boleyn. Became queen at the age of 25. Known as "Good Queen Bess." Helped England to become powerful and rich.
Was known as a Renaissance Genius. He was an inventor, painter, engineer, sculptor and architect. Painted the Mona Lisa.
Was known as a Renaissance Genius. He was an inventor, painter, engineer, sculptor and architect. Painted the Mona Lisa
Known for his beautiful sonnets and plays. Famous plays are: Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet and Macbeth.
He was German and skilled at making engravings and woodcuts. Much of his art shows religious figures. He also wrote influential books about human proportions
Scientist; dissected human bodies so he could understand the human anatomy. Discovered that the human heart has four hallow areas called chambers. Wrote a book that explained the construction of the body and how the body functions.
Printed a book that outlined his theory that the earth rotates on its axis. Also stated, the Earth and the other planets revolve around the sun. His theory is part of the basis of modern astronomy.