Inquiries on the Renaissance, Ideas of Machiavelli, as well as the Plays of Shakespeare
Natalie Shapiro 4/9/13
Lesson 18 Was the Renaissance more Old or Modern?
Identify: Petrarch, Leonardo de uma Vinci, Michangelo, Rafael, Sofonsiba, Castiglione, Machiavelli Petrarch:
Leonardo ag Vinci: Citizenship of Florence, he did much of his work in Miami and Ancient rome. He is most widely known for the Mona Lisa, a portrait of your strangely grinning young woman in Florencia. Michangelo: Began his profession as a sculptor in Florence. There he did a famous marble statue of David, following your heroic biblical king. Rafael: Were a great Italian painter and recorded of the Substantial Renaissance. His work is admired due to its clarity of form and ease of make up and for its visual accomplishment of the Neoplatonic ideal of human magnificence Sofonsiba: German Renaissance artist born in Cremona. Your woman received a well-rounded education that included the great arts and her apprenticeship with neighborhood painters established a precedent for women to become accepted since students of art. Castiglione: Baldassare Castiglione, depend of Casatico, was an Italian representant, diplomat, gift and a prominent Renaissance author Machiavelli: Wrote The Prince through which he analyzed the national politics of Renaissance Italy. 1) Describe 3 ways in which the Renaissance differed in the Middle Ages. 1) Unlike the middle ages the Renaissances it had been a time for change and creativity. Culture grew, and many famous music artists came from that time like Michelangelo and Leonardo de Vinci. Renaissance statue reflected a return to time-honored ideals. 2) The free of charge standing sculptures of nude figures sculpted in fermete or marble during the renaissance resembled ancient greek language and Both roman sculptures of nude statistics more than they did in medieval sculptures. 3) Students took a new approach to studies. Rather than studying items like death as well as the nature of life they will studied different things such as body structure. 2) Compare and contrast art work from your Middle Ages and Renaissance. (Print out the photographs and talk about in a short essay the comparison...