Renaissance: The Italian Renaissance

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The renaissance was a period in Italy that lasted 200 years. The era followed the middle ages, it was the era that brought fine art painting, sculpture and architecture centered on Italy, it was seen as the revival interest in the classical learning and values of ancient Greece and Rome. The Early renaissances (1401-1490) brought many great artists like Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Paolo Uccello and Piero Della Francesca. The early renaissances painted with idea to inspire idealism along with naturalism in their paintings. The High renaissances (1490-1530) was the period when the ideals of classical humanism were fully represented in both painting and sculpture, and when painterly techniques of linear perspective, shading and other methods of realism were put into use in every…show more content…
The Early renaissance were mostly paid the very well-known family Medici, as for the High Renaissance the people paying for the art and the painters were the church and the pope. Both eras brought uniqueness to sense of art. Also, the Italian and the renaissance were going through some dramatic changes that influenced the way their painting arises. There was new interest in science, the environment and philosophy during the period of the renaissance, Music, literature and paintings were no longer seen just as art, there were now started to been seen like knowledge. “The birth of Venus” by Botticelli (Early renaissance), “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo Da Vinci (High renaissance) and “The last Judgment” by Michelangelo (High renaissance) were and still are historical and famous painting that satisfy the world of art because through the painting we can see so many different aspects that make this art unique, from the way they were pained to the great detail that was put in the art work. Through paintings the painters express not only what their creativity but they also let us in their
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