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Renaissance Art: Sculptures

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Renaissance Art Famous Artist
Mascaccio
Donatello
Bruneleschi
Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo Buonarroti
Titian
Tintoretto
Bellini
Botticelli
Caravaggio
Ghiberti
Giotto
Raphael Renaissance Sculptures

Renaissance means rebirth and this period takes its name from the renewed interest in secular, classical art and literature developed among the rulling mercantile elites of Northern Italy in the 15th century
Michelangelo, Donatello, and Verrocchio are the three of the best known Italian sculptors of this period. While Tilman Riemenschneider's name stands out among those north of the Alps
The first appearanc of the free-standing, erotic, young male nude connects this period to the ancient Greeks and Romans, but the sculptural style borrows equally, if not more, from the late Gothic masters like Lorenzo Ghiberti,Jacopo Della Quercia, and Andrea Pisano
Donatello is usually singled out as the first master of the Renaissance, with his dazzling complexity in his deep perspective reliefs and virtuosity everywherer in his large body of work
The Renaissance period ends with the beginning of the 17th century, as sculpture is primarily called to serve a revived and militant Roman Catholicism
But its many great sculptural monuments continued to make the cities and churches of Northern Italy important tourist centers through the 18th, 19th, 20th centuries - and up to the present day.
Michelangelo's great rival Leonardo Da Vinci designed an equine sculpture "The Horse" for Milan-but only succeeded in a 24-foot (7.3 m) clay model which was destroyed by French archers. Renaissance Sculptures

Renaissance period in Western Europe
Begun in the 14th century in Italy and the 16th century in northern Europe
Renaissance means rebirth and this period takes its name from the renewed interest in secular, classical art and literature developed among the rulling mercantile elites of Northern Italy in the 15th century
Michelangelo, Donatello, and Verrocchio are the three of the best known Italian sculptors of this period.
While Tilman Riemenschneider's name stands out among those north of the Alps
The first appearanc of the free-standing, erotic, young male nude connects this period to the ancient Greeks and Romans, but the sculptural style borrows equally, if not more, from the late Gothic masters like Lorenzo Ghiberti,Jacopo Della Quercia, and Andrea Pisano
Donatello is usually singled out as the first master of the Renaissance, with his dazzling complexity in his deep perspective reliefs and virtuosity everywherer in his large body of work Renaissance Sculptures

The Renaissance period ends with the beginning of the 17th century, as sculpture is primarily called to serve a revived and militant Roman Catholicism
But its many great sculptural monuments continued to make the cities and churches of Northern Italy important tourist centers through the 18th, 19th, 20th centuries - and up to the present day.
Michelangelo's great rival Leonardo Da Vinci designed an equine sculpture "The Horse" for Milan-but only succeeded in a 24-foot (7.3 m) clay model which was destroyed by French archers.
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