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Why and How Did the Renaissance Spread to the Rest of Europe
Transcript of Why and How Did the Renaissance Spread to the Rest of Europe
How Did it Change
The north still used the Gothic style art and architecture form the Middle Ages.
Fewer centers of free commerce
In the North: Illuminated manuscripts, Tapestries, and Furnishing
In Italy: Paintings, Sculptures, and Architecture.
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Did not spread until the end of the 15th century.
Started in Italy
The new ideas and discoveries led to people believing less in the church and more in science and art; soon the church was not trusted by many people.
One Hundred Year War
With the end of the war, travel was safer
With more travel there were more merchants and traders to spread the new paintings and ideas
Civilians also began to travel more, mostly students.
Students would go and learn new ideas ad bring them back to their homelands to share and incorporate.
Famous Renaissance art
To the North
Scholars, artists, philosophers, traders, merchants, and travelers came from all over Europe to learn the new ideas, talk about discoveries, and share the new information with their home land.
It was more difficult to spread to the North though because they were on the other side of the Alps.
With the printing press, word of the renaissance and its ideas were able to spread to other parts of a Europe
When someone went and learned about the renaissance, it was easier to spread what they learned in their home town by having them printed many times
Art was an important part of spreading the renaissance.
When merchants would sell and when traders would trade the art, the techniques were spread.
Examples of Art:
"The Last Supper" and
"The Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci
"The Creation of Adam" by Michelangelo,
The Last Supper
The Mona Lisa
The Creation of Adam