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Italian Renaissance

Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Renaissance Rebirth of learning and ideas
Humanism Human needs and values are considered more important than religious beliefs
Leonardo da Vinci Renaissance man; painter, sculptor, architect, inventor; Mona Lisa, Last Supper
Michelangelo painter, sculptor; statue of David, Sistene Chapel
John Calvin Reformer; believed in predestination
Johann Guttenburg Developed a printing press that used moveable type
William Shakespeare Poet and playwrite
Reformation A reform movement against the Catholic Church
Martin Luther Reformer; Nailed 95 Theses (complaints) to the church door.
perspective In art, three dimensional, shows depth
patrons A person who financially supported artists during the Renaissance
vernacular everyday language of ordinary people
Protestant Those who protested against the Catholic Church
Created by: asettlemire