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Albrecht Altdorfer
Albrecht Durer
Ambrogio Lorenzetti
Andrea del Castagno
Andrea Pisano
Antonello da Messina
Arnolfo di Cambio
Bartolome Bermejo
Benvenuto Cellini
Coppo di Marcovaldo
El Greco
Enguerrand Quarton
Filippo Lippi
Fra Angelico
Gentile Bellini
Gentile da Fabriano
Giovanni Pisano
Hans Holbein the Younger
Hieronymus Bosch
Hubert van Eyck
Hugo van der Goes
Jan van Eyck
Jean Fouquet
Limbourg Brothers
Lucas Cranach the Elder
Matthias Grunewald
Nanni di Banco
Nicholas Hilliard
Nicola Pisano
Paolo Veronese
Piero della Francesca
Pietro Cavallini
Pietro Lorenzetti
Robert Campin
Rogier van der Weyden
Simone Martini
Tilman Riemenschneider

Renaissance Artists a Search..... Renaissance The Renaissance in our began with trade and technology. Trade brought new colors, especially blue from Afghanistan. The invention of the lens and the curved mirror and other technologies enabled artists to achieve a new sense of realism The celebration of Greek art caused the Renaissance artist to study the human form. All artist have to work for someone. Early artist work for the church. Much of the Renaissance art depicts scenes from the Bible. When we think of Renaissance artists we think of Michelangelo and we think of da Vinci. The Renaissance is a time when science was emerging and the science of perspective became the study of the artist. The projection of reality into a point in infinity and geometric construction led to scenes that are more realistic, a kind of Renaissance 3-D that amazed viewers at the time. The famous Renaissance artists were stars, pop star of their day. It is the Renaissance that elevated the artist from artisan to the court. It is the Renaissance that featured the birth of portrait painting, a realistic portrayal of the person, the photograph of its day. It is thought that the lens produced many of the paintings and portraits of the Renaissance. It was, however, a time when the skill of the artist was celebrated. Is Renaissance art our highest achievement? Perhaps art is always searching for its highest achievement, and the Renaissance was a good start. Italian Renaissance 1330 1550 Florence and the Medici 1397 1495----- Italian Renaissance Facts and amp Summary HISTORY com-----High Renaissance Metropolitan Museum of Art----- The Early Renaissance Artcyclopedia----- Artworks by style High Renaissance WikiArt org----- Wiki-----

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