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La Renaissance de L’art

Renaissance means rebirth in French. The Renaissance was a movement that surged in the 1400 in Italy. It was based mainly on humanism, as a new way of living. Also a veryused method of painting that reffered to returning to the past. As returning to the past the artists of this time liked to capture the human body in its most natural state. Some of the most importantartists from this time are: Giovanni di Ser Giovanni(scheggia), Leonardo Da Vinci, Donato di Niccolo di Betto Bardi (Donatello), Rafael Sanzio and Michelangelo.
Humanism, is a movement started inthe Renaissance era. Humanism started as a class, not of art but as a new way of teaching young minds how to work with science and how to become doctors. Actually after some time humanism turned into acounter religion. these people were fully against the Christian ways of life. The people that started this movement were all very smart and were al highly educated. Some of them were inventors asothers were artists or doctors. Their main purpose was to transmit culture to all of the other people as a finnishing the the era of darkness and starting a new time of inteligence and of art andinventions.
An IMportant feature was the caption of the human body. The artists of this era were looking forward to reviving and ancient painting style that was the one of the human body. They looked for away of displaying the human body and all of its features. All of the artists of this era focused also on only human and natural or realistic traits. opposing the past times when they painted onlyfantastic places, like unicorns and fairies and other mythelogical creatures.
Some of the most important figues from this era are: Giovanni di Ser Giovanni(scheggia), Leonardo Da Vinci, Donato diNiccolo di Betto Bardi (Donatello), Rafael Sanzio and Michelangelo. And these are some of their most important paintings: Leonardo da Vinci: mona lisa, the last supper, the vitruvian man. Rafael...
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