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The Three Values of the Renaissance
Florence, Italy

1. Revival of interest in classical learning-love greek and roman
2. celebration of the individual
3. Enjoy earthly pleasures
Giotto
Artist-Florence

1. Developed Fresco techniques
2. Painted biblical subjects in a realistic style
Dante
Poet-Florence

1. Wrote THE DIVINE COMEDY
2. Divided into 100 cantos of poetry
3. Written in vernacular
Petrarch
Poet-Florence

1. Father of humanism
2. Creator of the Italian Sonnet form
3. Italian Sonnet: 14 lines with octave, volta, and sestet
4.ABBAABBACCDEED
Castiglione

**What is a renaissance man?
author-Italy

1. THE CORTIER-a guidebook for nobility
2. Set standards of conduct for Renaissance men and wemon

**Does several different things WELL
Bodicelli
Artist-Florence, Rome, Italy

1. Masterpiece is birth of Venus
Medici's and Florence
Patrons and Rulers-France

1. Greatest patrons of arts
2. Began Renaissance by beautifying Florence to indicate their power and wealth
Donatello
Sculptor-Florence

1. David-first freestanding, nude, lifesize figure since classical times
2. Father of modern sculpture
Brunelleschi
Architect-Florence

1. Designed and built the done on the Cathedral of Florence because the Medici's wanted it to be the highest point
Masaccio
Painter-Florence

1. Widespread use of perspective
2. Primary religous subject matter
Da Vinci
Inventor-Florence

1. Helicopter, gaint crossbow, military machines, fly machine **all kept in sketchbook
Raphael
Painter-Rome

1. Fresco Styles
2. Madonnas, SCHOOL OF ATHENS, Julius's Library
Michaelangelo

**What is the meaning of pieta?
Painter/Sculptor-Florence/Rome

1. Master of painting and sculpting
2. Famous works: Celing of the Sistine Chapel, DAVID, THE LAST JUDGEMENT

**pity
Machiavelli

**What is the meaning of Machiavellian?
Political Philosopher-Florence

1. Cortier for Medicis
2. Guidebook for rulers

**Tricky, sneaky, selfish (Given this term because he said that "the end justifies the means"
Durer
Engraver/Painter-Germany

1. Painted realistically and religousely
2. Engraved wood and metal in detail
3. Renaissance moved to N. Europe
Jan Van Eyck
Painter-Flanders

1. Represantive of art in N. Europe
2. Excelled in oil paintings
3. Most famous painting: WEDDING PORTRAIT OF GIOVANNI ARNO EL FINI
Sir Thomas More

**What does "Utopia" mean?
Religous Philisopher-England

1. Wrote Utopia to describe the perfect world to serve as a goal and role model for religous people

**"perfect place" and "no place"
Origins of the Renaissance
Florence

1. Medicis'-rulers
2. Became wealthy from trade
3. Used wealth to beautify Florence
Erasmus
Christian Humanist-Florence

1. Masterpiece: IN PRAISE OF FOLLY
2. A satire (sarcastic) that critizes the church and politics
3. Why? To reform the church and politicians.
Humanism

**what renaissance term means to "sieze the day"?
Philosophy-Renaissance Italy

1. Different from the Middle Ages, the role of mankind is elevated
2. Man's talents, contributions, and education are highly valued

**carpe diem
Shakespearean Sonnets
Poet, London England

1. Created English/Shakespearean Sonnet
2. Three Quatrians, one couplet, iambic pantameter
3. Total of 154 sonnets about love
Shakespearean Drama
Playwrite, London England

1. Considered world's best playwrite ever
2. Wrote 37 plays, 3 types: trajedies, comedies, histories
3. Globe theatre-London
Globe Theatre
Drama-England

1. Very first building for plays was called "The Theatre"
2. Was replaced by The Globe
3. Wasn't owned by Shakespeare, but all of his plays were produced there
Ghiberti
Sculptor-Florence

1. Sculpet the baptist doors out of bronze
2. 10 Biblical scenes called "The gates of paradise"
Michaelangelo
Sculptor, Rome

1. Masterpieces: DAVID, PIETA
2. One of the 5 masters of Renaissance sculpting and painting
Miguel de Servantes
Author-Spain

1. Wrote the first modern European novel
2. Don Quixote-a chivalric romance
3. Example of Renaissance ideas spreading to Northern Europe
Bocaccio
Author-Italy

1. Assembeled a collection of 100 Renaissance stories in frame story style: THE DECAMERON