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    Through a series of understanding, you can recognize the evolution of culture and art in different times, different times of artistic style has its own unique charm. CHAPTER ONE Renaissance Renaissance was born in Florence, Italy, 14th Century. When the 14th century, along with factory and handicraft industry development of commodity economy , capitalist relations have evolved in the European feudal system of internal ; in politics, feudal separatism has caused widespread discontent , the awakening of national…

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    Italian The Italian era is best known for the renewed interest in the culture of classical antiquity. The literature of the Italian Renaissance includes, the humanists Petrarch (The Canzoniere), and authors like, Castiglione (The Book of the Courtier) and Machiavelli (The Prince). The paintings of the era were influenced by Western painting, with artists such as Michelangelo, Raphael, and Leonardo da Vinci. The architecture got their inspiration from Greek and Roman architecture, with works such…

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    as a direct result of the cultural sphere it occurs within. The Italian group of painters known as the Macchiaioli are no different from this rule, during the nineteenth-century they took outside influences to create a new esthetic that reflected their personal ideals. Although how independently this new esthetic came about, and who influenced them directly can varied. Depending on the point of view of the author writing on the Macchiaioli, there can be a very large difference of opinion. The…

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    The Renaissance was a period of great advancement not only culturally but also in reference to technology and science. Individual parts of Europe had their own changes, however, the Italian Renaissance and Northern Renaissance are the two most recorded within Europe. Although they share this in common, they are in fact extremely different, these differences can be observed through artwork in each Renaissance. The Italian Renaissance was concerned with art that they produced to depict beauty and…

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    called, Rinascimento, later became known as the Renaissance. It was a time which began after the Middle Ages and was accompanied by both the Reformation and Humanism. The Renaissance lead to a return to the classical arts of Roman and Greek Antiquity. The Catholic Church had remained a major patron of the arts during the Renaissance. Works of art were commissioned by the civil government, courts, and wealthy individuals as well as various religious organizations, including monasteries,…

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    Italian Renaissance (ital. Rinascimento-"rebirth" or "born again") – a period in the history of European culture, which replaced the culture of the Middle Ages and the previous culture of modern times. Renaissance art emerged based on humanism-- currents of public thought, which originated in the XIV century. In Italy, and then during the second half of the XV and XVI centuries spread to other European countries. Humanism is proclaimed the highest value of man and his benefit. The followers of…

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    renaissance During the renaissance there were a lot of different artist coming up. The renaissance art is the painting, sculpture and decorative arts of that period of European history known as the renaissance, emerging as a distinct style in Italy in about 1400,The during renaissance such as Invention of the first mechanical clock, Invention of scales for weighing, First golf ball was invented Invention of the trigger for gun,…

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    The Renaissance was a period of great cultural and technological changes that swept Europe from the late 13th century that was integral in the development of Europe in a roundhouse. Despite all parts of Europe was different changes, there were two primary revivals that were more noticeable. They were Italian and Northern Renaissance. Both of these revivals had a profound impact on Europe. But they also had some typical differences between them and each one was unique in its own way. The word…

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    Renaissance (1300-1700) is a period of great cultural change and achievement in Europe, and Italy is believed to be the birthplace of this “rebirth”.Thus, Italian Renaissance is commonly believed to be a great influence upon the Northern Renaissance. However, this new speculation about who might have influenced Leonardo da Vinci will make us question everything we thought we knew. The similarity between the Eve in Flemish painter Jan Van Eyck’s The Ghent Altarpiece (1432) and Mona Lisa (1503) is…

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    During the Renaissance period of the 14th to 17th century, art and architecture between Northern Europe and Italy were both similar and different in many ways. From the detailed work of everyday life of the North to the Neoplatonic allegories of Italian work, the Renaissance was a time of transition and strength. The most dominant similarity between Northern European and Italian Renaissance artwork lies behind the meaning of humanism. During the Renaissance, there was “rebirth of culture”; a…

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