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New Monarchs Louis 11 of France Henry 7 England Isabella and Ferdinand Spain Medici family and Caesar Borgia Italy
Humanism Art Humans enter of the universe, Natural colors, anatomic details, 3-D perspective, realism, chiaroscurro, portraits of common man, emotion and style of an individual artist.
Sculptry Neoclassical style of Greco-Roman statues.
Idealism exploraation of human body, symetry, realism
Architecture Newoclassial Greco Roman. symmetry, columns, arches, domes. (Filippo Brunelleschi, Leon Batista Alberti)
Petrarch first modern writer, father of humanism. wrote in vernacular italian and latin.
Boccacio "Decameron" tales that reflected human conditions
Dante "Devine Comedy" defined vernacular of italian
Baldassare Castiglione "The Book of the Courtuer" Manners of a Renaissance Man
Niccolo Machiavelli "The Prince" governments should rule w/ out moral judgment. can be loved or feared but not hated.
Copernicus heliocentric view: the heavenly bodies revolved around the sun
Mysticism belief that an individual alone unaided by the church could commune w/ God.
English Writers Edmund Spenser, William Shakespheare, Thomas More "Utopia"
French Writers Rabelaise "Gargantua" and Montaigne
Erasmus "Praise of Folly" Writings influenced peace, reason, tolerance, and reform. Reform within the Catholic Church
Spain Writers Cervantes "Don Quixote" Lope de Vega
Women's status Had no effect on women, loss of status. were not allowed to own buisnesses and few were allowed education.
Donatello David
Giovani Bellini painter of the Venetian School
Botticelli Birth of Venus
Leonardo da Vinci Painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, and scientist. Last Supper, Mona Lisa.
Michelangelo Painting of the Sistine Chaoek for Pope Julius II. David
Raphael architect of St. Peter's Basilia, painted The School of Athens
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