Renaissance 14.2-14.1 Humanists
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Raphael was born April 6th, 1483 and was a famous Italian painter. He was inspired by other artists like Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. Raphael was also a talented architect; he was hired as the Pope's chief architect. He had many notable pieces of artwork but unfortunately died on his 37th birthday.
Raphael's most famous painting is The School of Athens. It was painted around 1510 and includes many famous artists, scientists, and philosophers. Raphael included himself in the painting as well as Plato and Aristotle. Raphel's painting represents humanism by showing that education matters. It shows intelligent people who helped for the future.
Raphael creates The School of Athens
Raphael was a humanist. A humanist is a person that believes in here and now. Instead of focusing on religion, he focused on individual potential. The main theme of The School of Athens is education which is also important to the Renaissance and humanism. His passion for art and education proves he is a humanist.
Is Raphael a humanist
Michelangelo was a painter, sculptor, and architect born on March 6, 1475. He made the sculptures "David" and "Pieta" which are outside the Sistine Chapel. He also painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. He died at 88 on February 18, 1564
Michelangelo painted The Creation of Adam, The Last Judgment, and many other famous paintings along the walls and on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo worked on the mural on the ceiling for 4 years. He wrote a poem about is years of painting the chapel. He was a very dedicated artist.
Michelangelo paints the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
Michelangelo was a humanist. Lieke a humanist, he focused on here and now. All of his work shows creativity, individuality, and perspective. His paintings and sculptures are very detailed. The Sistine Chapel shows scenes of strong people. The way Michelangelo portrayed the world in his artwork shows he is a humanist.
Is Michelangelo a humanist
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