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Cubism

Cubism

Cubism Breaking the Rules Ancient Egyptians showed parts of the human figure from different points of view. The face is shown from the side, and shoulders and eyes are shown from the front. Greek and Roman artists showed the human figure more realistically.

By issac
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Daily Fix-Its

Daily Fix-Its

Daily Fix-Its. Fifth Grade Scott Foresman Reading Street Unit 3 Week 2. 1. One painting by Leonardo have fascinated veiwers for centuries. 2. In the painting, a woman is smiled in a mysteryous manner. 1. One painting by Leonardo have fascinated veiwers for centuries.

By makelina
(124 views)

The Scientific Revolution: Astronomy

The Scientific Revolution: Astronomy

Unit Two/Ch. 16 AP European History Ms. Tully - UHS. The Scientific Revolution: Astronomy. Focus Question. What did Copernicus, Kepler , Galileo, and Newton contribute to a new vision of the universe, and how did it differ from the Ptolemaic conception of the universe?.

By modesta
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Robert DePalma. Background. Created by Mirage Studios in 1984 as a comic book. Team of four teenage anthropomorphic turtles T rained by their rat sensei in the art of ninjutsu N amed after four Renaissance artists. The Turtles.

By colton
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What was the Renaissance

What was the Renaissance

What was the Renaissance. Overview. Renaissance. French word for “rebirth” of classical ideas (referring to the ancient Greeks and Romans) Middle Ages or the medieval period is NOT the Renaissance. Renaissance Overview.

By orien
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European renaissance and reformation

European renaissance and reformation

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

By jaeger
(131 views)

Renaissance In Italy

Renaissance In Italy

Renaissance In Italy. How the Contributions of the Renaissance Figures Have Influenced our Modern-day Society . Main Core Curriculum Focus of the Unit. Social Studies Core Curriculum (for all tasks)

By penha
(88 views)

The Renaissance and Reformation

The Renaissance and Reformation

The Renaissance and Reformation. Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Costello, Mrs. Suto , and Ms. Soddano. The Renaissance. The time period in Europe from the 1300s to the 1600s was known as the Renaissance. It was a golden age for Europe, a period of rebirth after the “Dark Ages”. Roots of the Renaissance.

By milos
(136 views)

The Italian Renaissance

The Italian Renaissance

The Italian Renaissance. The Black Death killed millions of Europeans but didn’t destroy towns and buildings. There were more jobs available. Wages rose and prices dropped. Trade increased and more goods were produced. Slowly Europe slowly began slowly to recover slowly. Marco Polo.

By devin
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Humanism in the Renaissance

Humanism in the Renaissance

Humanism in the Renaissance. During the Middle Ages (a period of European history from the third through 13 th centuries), art and learning were centered on the church and religion. Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris.

By fifi
(115 views)

Proto-Renaissance Art

Proto-Renaissance Art

Proto-Renaissance Art. Egyptian: Idealization. Greek: Realism. Roman: Illusionism. Byzantine Mosaic: Allegory. Chiaroscuro - A method of modeling form by the use of light and shadow.

By kolya
(246 views)

Francois Rabelais

Francois Rabelais

Francois Rabelais. By Danny Chambers. Francois Rabelais is a Roman Catholic author born in Chinon Indre-et-Loire, France. While he was born in France, he also died in France. The cause of his death is not known. This is a picture of Francois Rabelais. Francois Rabelais backgrounds.

By limei
(1023 views)

Art Movements

Art Movements

Art Movements. The –isms The Remixing of Art. Renaissance. 1400-1550 (includes early, high, Venetian, and Italian Renaissance) “Renaissance” means rebirth – a return of classical ideas from Ancient Rome and Greece.

By kamil
(993 views)

Chapter 7: THE RENAISSANCE PROJECT

Chapter 7: THE RENAISSANCE PROJECT

Chapter 7: THE RENAISSANCE PROJECT. By Jeniffer Rivera, Kaelyn Williams and Jessica Kaizerman. Part 1: the Italian RENAISSANCE. THE Italian renaissance.

By yazid
(212 views)

The Renaissance

The Renaissance

The Renaissance. The Middle Ages Ends Europe is starting to take shape with England, France , and regions in Italy all evolving Revival of culture Return to cities The Church was still powerful Writers and artists began to express new ideas and styles. The Renaissance.

By neci
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Italian Renaissance Artists

Italian Renaissance Artists

Italian Renaissance Artists. World History Mrs. Huston. Italian Renaissance. Beginning of the Renaissance From about 1300 to 1600 A rebirth of culture Many changes and achievements. Who was affected?. Concentrated in the elite Every day life of most people did not change at all.

By fahim
(210 views)

Christ Carrying the Cross – Titian (1505)

Christ Carrying the Cross – Titian (1505)

Christ Carrying the Cross – Titian (1505). Titian ( c. 1488/1490  – 27 August 1576). Tiziano Vecelli or Titian in English was born in the small village of Pieve di Cadore . Titian was the greatest painter of the Venetian school and one of Italy's most important Renaissance artists.

By zanna
(183 views)

Drawing with grids

Drawing with grids

Drawing with grids. Isn’t that cheating?.

By yepa
(96 views)

The Renaissance Outcome: Renaissance Painters/Sculptors

The Renaissance Outcome: Renaissance Painters/Sculptors

The Renaissance Outcome: Renaissance Painters/Sculptors. Florence. The Renaissance. Renaissance Art Artists were supported by patrons like Isabella d’Este and the Medici Medieval artists used religious subjects to convey a spiritual ideal

By luther
(839 views)

Drawing Perspective Get out sketchbooks and pencil 

Drawing Perspective Get out sketchbooks and pencil 

Drawing Perspective Get out sketchbooks and pencil . Key Terms – Write these terms on a new page in your sketchbook. We will BRIEFLY define as we cover it. Perspective Horizon Line Vanishing Point One-point perspective Two-point perspective

By allie
(150 views)

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