[2016] Dalia Martinez (3rd Period): The Renaissance

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[2016] Dalia Martinez (3rd Period): The Renaissance

Petrarch was a poet, and scholar. He is also considered one of the fathers of the Italian language. The things he wrote was used for modern Italian language. His first poets were after his mother's death.

Michelangelo was painter, and an architect. He was the one of the greatest arstist in the Italian renaissance. Buonarroti's work resembled psychological sight. He would receive commissions from the most wealthy men in that time period.

Boccaccio was a humanist, and was also known for his poet's, during his writtings he fell in love with a lady in his writtings he named her Fiammetta. He went to Naples to study for law, however his intrests were more on literature.

Leonardo was an artist, architect, inventor. Da Vinci is known for two of his paintings, The Mona Lisa, and The Last Supper. He had several notebooks filled with anotomy, theories, and many more observations. Leonardo believed that his art was connected to science and nature.

The Renainassance

Leonardo da Vinci

Michelangelo Buonarroti

Petrarch

Givanni Boccaccio

Niccolo Machivelli

Desiderius Erasmus

Desiderius was a Dutch Renaissance humanist. He was also a catholic priest, teacher, and a social critic.

Thomas More

Thomas was a English lawyer, social philosophor, he was noted as a renaissance humanist.

Johann Gutenberg

Gutenberg was a German blacksmith, he was a printer.

Elizabethan in the English history was marked as Queen Elizabeth I. She was an insparation to national pride.

He also invented printing in Europe.

Elizabethan Age

Christopher Columbus

Colombus was an Italian explorer, and a navigator. He was a citizen in Republic, Genoa.

Machivelli was a politician, philsopher, and humanist. He wrote poetry, comedies, and songs for carnivals.

Isabella d'Este

Isabella was a major political, and cultural part of the Italian Renaissance.

D'Este was a well known leader for fashion, and was a patron for arts.

Sofonisba Anguissola

Sofonisba was a renaissance painter, she was introduced to Michelangelo when he recongized her talent.

Artemisia Gentileschi

Artemisia was a renaissance painter. She was the first woman to be a member of Accademia di Arte del

Disegno in Florence.

Vittoria Colonna

Colonna was a Italian poet, and a nobblewoman.

Her poets were popular after her husbands death.

Donatello

Donatello was an early renaissance sculptor from Florence.


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