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    being seen in paintings(The Renaissance 00:40:00).One of the painters who truly showed this was Jacopo Bassano. Jacopo Bassano was not a widely known artist, but because of his vibrant and detailed paintings such as The Supper at Emmaus he had a big influence on the Renaissance and is remembered to this day. Jacopo Bassano was born in 1517 in Bassano del Grappa, Italy. When Jacopo Bassano was born he was immediately emersed into the world of art. This was largely becuase of his father Francesco

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    The Renaissance: Mannerism In 1517, the Catholic Church split into two branches of Christianity: Protestantism and Catholicism. Martin Luther’s list of grievances, called the 95 Theses, listed the issues with the Catholic Church. These problems include the rigid hierarchy in the Church that ultimately promoted an elitist culture within the religion. Almost all Christian Bibles were written in Latin, meaning only the wealthy and educated could have a relationship with God. Additionally, Luther and

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