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Transcript: Renaissance Virtual Museum BY DANIELLE SPENCE AND CAMRYN SEDA Artists of the Renaissance Leonardo da Vinci He was born in 1452 in Vinci, Italy on April 15th. Leonardo da Vinci was the assistant of the famous artist Morokis at the age of fourteen. Mona Lisa The Mona Lisa is one of his most known pieces. This piece is most known because of her mysterious unknown smile. The Last Supper In the painting you can see Jesus sitting at a table with his apostles the night before his crucifixion. It is a great religious painting but also a great example of perspective. By using perspective da Vinci draws your attention to Jesus in the middle. Michelangelo Michelangelo was a sculptor, architect, engineer, painter, and poet. He designed the dome to St Peter's Cathedral, which was the inspiration of other buildings like the White House. Pieta The Pieta is a sculpture made of marble. It was the first of many depicting this theme. In the sculpture you see the Blessed Virgin Mary holding a dead Jesus. This is supposed to be his view of what happened after the crucifixion. The Last Judgment The Last Judgment is Michelangelo's depiction of the end of the world. In the photo he shows the cross being carried which is a symbol of the crucifixion of Jesus. Raphael Born 1483 in Urbino Italy and died on the 6th of April 1520 in Rome Italy. His painting style was a blend of Christian and Classical styles. Sistine Madonna The painting depicts a child Christ and the Madonna standing on clouds. The Madonna having an unusually worried look on her face The School of Athens This painting is made from Raphael 's imagination. He paints a "reunion of great thinkers and scientist such as Aristotle , Socrates and Plato. He also includes Leonardo da Vinci , Michelangelo and HIMSELF! Albrecht Durer Albrecht Durer, also known as the "German Leonardo", was a painter, engraver, theorist and mathematician. The Martyrdom of the Ten Thousand This painting illustrates the martyrdom of ten thousand Christian soldiers perpetrated by Mount Ararat, by the order of the Roman emperor Antoninus Pius. Wing of Roller Done in water color, this painting has incredible detailing in the wing of this bird called the roller, found on southern and central Europe. Writers Of The Renaissance Niccolo Machiavelli Niccolo Machiavelli was a diplomat of the Republic of Florence. After the overthrow of the Republic of Florence, Machiavelli was exiled. The book The Prince informs the readers on how to become a exceptional prince. Machiavelli explains that to be a good prince you need to be a master at war, be gentlemanly, knows when he has done right and wrong, and has to be feared. William Shakespeare William Shakespeare was an English playwright and poet, who was regarded as the greatest writer in the English language. Macbeth is about a man who murders the king and takes his place. He then becomes a paranoid ruler and starts to kill everyone who he views a threat to his position. Renaissance Reformers Martin Luther Martin Luther was protesting the power of the church, the sale of indulgences, and the corruption of the church. Martin Luther fought for the people's right to know what they are being taught, what the bible stands for and the truth. 95 Theses Luther's theses is credited as the start of the Protestant Reformation. In The theses he calls out the clergy and their sale of indulgences. Sir Thomas More Sir Thomas More protested the right for people to be educated. He was a lawyer and philosopher. Born in London of February 7, 1478 and died on July 6, 1535 in Tower Hill London. Utopia Written in Latin is a fictional story based off of the political views of Sir Thomas More Humanism Martin Luther The Prince Macbeth Leonardo da Vinci Done in water color, this painting has incredible detailing in the wing of this bird called the roller, found on southern I believe that Leonardo da Vinci embodied humanism. He was able to take something and make it so much more. He changed art forever. He made techniques that when thought about logically seem simple but when thought about in that time seem as though it was something impossible. I believe that Martin Luther is one of the greatest humanist because he wanted truth for the people, and wanted the church to have less control over them. He believed that the followers of the church should be able to read and learn the bible on their own. He also stood up for the truth of the bible, and did so by questioning the churches power, which at the time was very courageous.

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