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Refers to philisophical & artistic movement
Renaissance
People who study humaities.
humanists
Wrote some of the greatest love poems in the Renaissance time.
Italian Francesco Petriach
This person wrote Prince, describing government as it actually worked.
Nicolo-Mochivulli
Wrote The Book of the Counting, which explained the new role of nobles.
Raldassasre Cartigline
Paintings that focused on religious subjects & depicted formal figures.
Medieval paintings
this art focused on realistic, lifelike figures
Renaissance art
Artist that used light and shadow to give the effect of depth to objects.
Massacio
used studies of anatomy to help him draw humans. created the last supper and the mona lisa
Leonardo De Vinci
Painted the Sistine Chapel. Carved biblecal figures of David and Moses.
Michelangelo
Was hired by the pope to paint the Vatican & painted the Virgin Mary
Raphael
One of few rich artist, this man created The Assumption of the Virgin with drama & rich color.
Titan
First European to used movalbe type to print books.
Johannes Gutenberg
Published Utopia, criticinzing his society by comparing it to an imaginary, ideal society.
Thomas Moore
Most important English writer, wrote romeo and juliet, hamlet, and macbeth.
Shakespear