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Title: Aim: Describe the artistic breakthroughs and achievements of Renaissance artists


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Aim Describe the artistic breakthroughs and
achievements of Renaissance artists
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The Renaissance Revolutionizes Art
  • As the Renaissance advanced, artistic styles
    changed
  • Medieval artists had used religious subjects to
    convey a spiritual ideal
  • Artists often portrayed religious subjects, but
    they used a realistic style copied from Greece
    and Rome
  • Painters used the technique of Perspective
  • Shows 3 dimensions on a flat surface

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Realistic Painting and Sculptures
  • Realistic portraits revealed what was
    distinctive about each person
  • Artists such as Michelangelo used a realistic
    style when depicting the human body
  • Donatello made sculptures more realistic by
    carving natural postures and expressions that
    reveal personality
  • Ex Michelangelo's David

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Leonardo Da Vinci Renaissance Man
  • Da Vinci was a painter, sculptor, inventor and
    scientists
  • Considered a true Renaissance Man
  • Was interested in how things works
  • Incorporated his findings into his art
  • Painted one of the best known portraits-
  • The Mona Lisa The Last Supper

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Raphael Advances Realism
  • Raphael Sanzio learned from works of
    Michelangelo and Leonardo
  • Favorite subjects was the Madonna and child
  • Greatest Achievement
  • Filled walls of Pope Julius IIs library with
    paintings
  • Ex The School of Athens
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