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Title: Renaissance in the North Chapter 14


1
Renaissance in the NorthChapter 14
  • Ideas spread northward
  • huge impact on the culture of the northern
    European countries
  • English drama reaches a high point (Shakespeare)
  • Northern Renaissance emphasis on individualism

2
Spread of Humanism
  • Francis I (r. 1515-1547) imported Italian artists
    (e.g., Leonardo da Vinci)
  • Charles V ruled Holy Roman Empire and Spain till
    1556. Invaded Italy (Rome in 1527)
  • Elizabeth I in England made her court a center of
    art and learning
  • Shakespeare heavily indebted to esp. Roman
    authors

3
Art in Germany
  • Albrecht Dürer
  • - In Italy, studied linear perspective and human
    anatomy
  • Matthias Grünewald
  • - seems to connect more with Medieval Art than
    Ren

4
Art in the Netherlands(see pp. 340-1)
  • Hieronymus Bosch
  • Pieter Bruegel the Elder

5
Music in Elizabethan England
  • Shows influence of Italian Renaissance
  • 1588 Musica Transalpina (Music from across the
    Alps)
  • see p. 347
  • Thomas Morley
  • wrote many Madrigals
  • William Byrd
  • wrote for virginal (see iTunes Pavana Lachrymae)
  • John Dowland
  • ayres (airs)
  • melancholy songs for voice and lute
  • Flow, My Tears
  • lute virtuoso
  • his music very popular with classical guitarist
    today

6
Drama in England
  • strongly impacted by the Italian Renaissance
  • with the printing press books became plentiful
    and cheaper
  • spread of literacy
  • Classical dramas of Seneca and others became
    popular
  • traveling groups of actors formed
  • Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare are
    the two best know dramatists from this period

7
William Shakespeare(see pp. 350-352)
  • 1564-1616
  • universally acknowledged as the greatest writer
    in the English language
  • little know of his life
  • by 1592 is an actor and playwright in London
  • Tragedies, Comedies, and Histories
  • Through his protagonist, he explores the great
    problems of human existence
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