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Renaissance Art Changing Society
Transcript of Renaissance Art Changing Society
http://www.webexhibits.org/sciartperspective/raphaelperspective1.html Websites Used: Renaissance Art Renaissance art was different from the art in the Middle Ages. This art involved emotion in its design and was more open to the public with new artistic ideas. These ideas were now able to be less Church orientated because of the Church's power slowly digressing. Renaissance Art's effect towards the World Renaissance art helped change the world in three major ways.
The first way that Renaissance art influenced society was by allowing the rest of the world to realize something revolutionary. Art did not just have to be made to symbolize the Church. Renaissance art showed the world around it that art could be used to show emotion in people as well.
Second, Renaissance art later proved to the world that art could later help to show/explain the features of object or people. Art could be used to show a 3-D object such as a building. This artistic technique was called Renaissance perspectives.
Finally, Renaissance art influenced throughout the world the fact that by using different different shading techniques and color patterns, you could be able to showcase the mood of any setting. This did not just have to be under the Church topic, in fact the mood of a setting could be shown during a war or even in a fantasy. The Birth of Venus By: Sandro Botticelli Artwork from the Renaissance Artwork From the Middle Ages Daina and Acteon
By: Titian Vecellio Madonna Del Prato
By: Giovanni Bellini Galatea
By: Raphael Sanzio The Creation of Adam
By: Michelangelo Bounarroti Mona Lisa
By: Leonardo Da Vinci The Crucifixion
By: Giotto Di Bondone Maesta
By: Ambrogio Laurenzetti The Harvest of the World
By: Jacobello Alberegno Deposition of Christ
By: Fra Angelico Adoration of the Shepard
By: Bartolo Di Fredi The Capture of Christ
By: Cimabue (Cenni Di Peppi)