Albrecht Dürer's Impact On Renaissance On Modern Society

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There are many ways in which various leading figures of the Renaissance have impacted modern society. First, Michelangelo impacted modern society with painting, architectural designs, and sculpture. Second, Titian impacted modern society with his painting skills. Third, Albrecht Dürer impacted modern society with his painting skills and his engravings and wood cuts. Fourth, Nicolaus Copernicus impacted modern society with his scientific theory about our solar system. Fifth, Andreas Vesalius impacted modern society with his studies in human anatomy. Clearly, various leading figures of the Renaissance have impacted modern society in many ways. PART 1: Michelangelo, Italian Sculptor and Painter Michelangelo impacted modern society with painting,…show more content…
First, Albrecht was one of the first painters to print his artwork for more people to see. Second, Albrecht could make types of his artwork with his engravings and woodcuts that set a new standard for printmaking because of their clarity, expressiveness, and fine detail. Third, Albrecht is also known for his self portraits, his self portraits had fine detail and if you look at one of them you can see almost every single hair on his head. Clearly, Albrecht Dürer was known for his painting skills and his engravings and…show more content…
First, Andreas became dissatisfied with what people believed about the human body, and was determined to observe the human body himself. If he did not become dissatisfied with what everybody believed, we all could not understand what was really inside the human body. Second, Andreas made many discoveries about the human body and made the world’s first modern medical textbook. Third, Andreas’s book changed how people studied and observed the anatomy of the human body, which lead to more discoveries and observations. Clearly, Andreas Vesalius was known for his studies in human
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