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The Renaissance

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Teddy Dietrich

on 28 January 2015

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Transcript of The Renaissance

This child's paintings clearly shows the effects of perspective drawing. The art of perspective drawing was developed during the Renaissance era. This is only one effects of the Renaissance.
The architecture of these columns are the design Ionian. This column design was developed during the Renaissance. These columns can be seen all over government buildings.
The sculpture here is the "David" by Michelangelo. This is considered one of the greatest work of the Renaissance. The sculpture shows humanism in the since that David accomplished so much at such a young age. This placed considerable value on himself, and not all of it on glorification of God.
The plays of Shakespeare are known worldwide. These plays written during Renaissance have been turned into various movies and skits. Shakespeare was influenced by humanism, because he was able to fully explore human emotions. He could make the characters realistic compared to early works of humans with no human failings. This is what gave him the fame that lasts today.
Probably the most important inventions of the Renaissance was the printing press. The printing press created by John Gutenberg had the new innovation movable type. This allowed the large production of many books and other literature. This invention helped spread the idea of humanism by increasing literacy and the spread of new ideas.
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