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04.03 Renaissance Humanities and Fine Arts: Assessment

04.03 Renaissance Humanities and Fine Arts by Paloma Diaz an flvs student

Paloma Diaz

on 20 March 2014

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04.03 Renaissance Humanities and Fine Arts: Assessment
The Monalisa
In my friends house there is a large poster of The Monalisa painting. It is one of the most famous work from the Renaissance.
This famous painting was also known as La Gioconda, it was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci in 1503 and he finished his work of art in 1519.
A lot of people make fun of this painting and they make parodies.
Romeo and Juliet
My sister had to read this for a project and she told me a lo of things about. This is a great example of Renaissance literature, Shakespeare's.
Still till this day kids have to read it in school and learn about it, it is very important, Shakespeare was and still is one of the greatest influences in our literature.
Columns, I have seen this a lot on my lessons and outside of school, in museums, pictures . They are an important part of Renaissance architectures.
The ancient greek and other buildings to featured columns. There are 3 classical columns, Doric, Ionian, Corinthian.
This architecture, Brunelleschi is considered to be the first Renaissance architect, He was actually the first engineer. Brunelleschi made a big impact on architecture in the Italian Renaissance.
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