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Art in the Renaissance
The term Renaissance describes the period of European history from the 14th to the 16th century. It is derived from the French word for rebirth and originally referred to the revival
of values and artistic styles of classical antiguity during that period. The idea of Renai-ssance is a distinct historical period heralding the modern age, characterized by the rise of
the individual, scientific inquiry, and geographical exploration as well as secular values.
Many scholars would agree that there is a distinctive Renaissance style in music, literature, and especially the arts. The emergence of the artist as a creator was a result and major cause of the development of Renaissance art. Art became widely valued as a mode of personal ex-pression.
- Art in the Renaissance
- The Italian Renaissance. Speaks of Donatello, Brunelleschi, da Vinci , and Michelangelo
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