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Renaissance begins

Chapter 28 vocabulary

perspective The appearance of distance or depth on a flat surface, as in a painting.
patron A person who supports the arts or other activities by supplying money for them.
city-state An independent state consisting of a city and its surrounding territory.
republic A form of government in which people elect representatives to rule in their name.
humanities Areas of study that focus on human life & culture, such as history, literature, & ethics.
classical art Time period(500 B.C.E.)to (500 B.E.) Greece & Rome created sculptures, pottery, murals, & mosaics to show important leaders & gods.
humanism a philosophy that believed in the worth & potential of all people.
medieval art Time period from 500-1300 C.E.artist created stained glass windows, sculptures, paintings & tapestries to teach religion.
renaissance art from the 1300s to the early 1600s had sculptures, murals, paintings & drawings to show nature & religion
Created by: Mrs. Stickel