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    The Italian Renaissance had two distinct periods during its lifetime. The first being the “Early Renaissance”, which took place between the late 13th and the early 14th centuries. The second period was known as the “High Renaissance”, which took place during the 15th and 16th centuries. These two periods had very distinct foundations and styles behind the art and architecture of their respective periods. The Early Renaissance revived many old themes which later became the foundations for the High

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    The Italian Renaissance was an explosion of art, writing, and thought, that roughly lasted between 1300 to 1600. In this time each citizen, countrymen, or villager had and performed different jobs and careers. Humanism the study of Greek and Roman writings, art, and architecture, initially jump started the Renaissance, and the need for art. Artists now were inspired to use life like art and linear perspective, so art seemed and was more realistic. The start of the Italian Renaissance was the

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    The Renaissance period is known for the revival of the classical art and intellect born in ancient Greece and Rome. The Renaissance is also a time that is marked by growth, exploration, and rebirth. The Italian Renaissance started in Florence and progressively made its way into Venice and then into the great city of Rome. During the Renaissance, Rome was home to some of the most renowned works of art and the finest architectural masterpieces in the world - too many that still holds true today. Along

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    The Renaissance period is known for the revival of the classical art and intellect born in ancient Greece and Rome. The Renaissance is also a time that is marked by growth, exploration, and rebirth. The Italian Renaissance started in Florence and progressively made its way into Venice and then into the great city of Rome. During the Renaissance, Rome was home to some of the renowned works of art and the finest architectural masterpieces in the world - too many that still holds true today. Along with

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    Drawing is one of the best forms for an artist to express themselves and their emotions. During the Italian Renaissance drawing started to have a new meaning in the world of art. The most famous artist during the Italian Renaissance is Giorgio Vasari. In the Middle Ages including the Italian Renaissance many artworks remained unfinished. They are used to give glimpses of the role that particular drawing was used for. An example would be an unfinished choir book from earlier in the 15th century is

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    disappearance of the Roman Empire, the Italian Renaissance was introduced to the European culture. The Italian Renaissance was the revival of the Greek and Roman cultures in forms of art, education, and literature. The Renaissance originally began in Florence, Italy during the time of 14 A.D and eventually began to expand throughout western and northern Europe in 15 A.D. The rebirthing of these ancient cultures brought much awareness and knowledge to the Italian society and resulted in change in their

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    of the Italian Renaissance Renaissance means rebirth in the French language, the renaissance happened between the fifteenth century and sixteenth century. Beginning in Italy, the Renaissance was an era that rediscovered the culture of ancient Greece and Rome in the fourteenth century and witnessed a continuation of the economic, political, and social trends. Jacob Burck-hardt, a swiss historian and art critic, created the Renaissance in his celebrated book The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy

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    The Italian Renaissance was the rebirth of cultural antiquity between the 14th and 16th century. The Renaissance is known for its style of art, sculptures, and decorative art. The art created usually represented the Bible and the idea of individualism, along with keeping the original style of the Greeks and Romans. During this period, artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo gained popularity. Leoonardo da Vinci’s most famous paintings include “Mona Lisa” and “The Last Supper.” Michelangelo’s

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    Italian Renaissance Art

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    One of the most influential periods in the history of Western Art is the Italian Renaissance, between 1400-1600 CE. During this time art flourished, and many of the techniques and advancements of art would continue to be taught in art schools that spread across Europe and lay as the foundation of art in modern society. However, some of the main values taught from the Renaissance also caused the resurgence of art at the time, and were originally adapted from the Ancient Greek (Visual-arts...). Particularly

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    The Italian Renaissance was one of the most colorful, vital, and exciting times in history. Renaissance eventually comes from the French word "Renaistre," meaning "to be born again." The Renaissance was a revival or a rebirth of cultural awareness and learning among art, law, language, literature, philosophy, science, and mathematics. This period took place between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries. The Renaissance in Italy flourished. What was the Renaissance and why did it happen? The Renaissance

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