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Art History -Renaissance

rinascimiento Rebirth
studia humanitatis the study of human works
1464 introduction of printing press
early renaissance "early modern period"
Artists studied ancient artworks for understanding the principles which ancient buildings designed
sacred secular
Donatello form sculptures based-off of medieval period.
art allusion of dimmension
scientific perspective mastered during early renaissance
Italian art more emotional
Northern Art more detail-based
renaissance changed the artwork: from formal and stiff to the beginning of movement in works.
Arnolfini portait example of symbolic works
Temptation of St. Anthony work of print. Shows the torture of st. anthony once he could not be tempted.
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