14.1-14.2 Renaissance Humanist Storyboard
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Michelangelo is a sculpter, painter, inventor, and many other things. At a young age, he had sculpted many sculptures. He was born March 6, 1475 and died February 18, 1564. His archatechural ideas are still used in modern society.
This is my famous work the ¨Pieta¨ which took me a little less than 2 years to complete. This is a sculpture of the Virgin Mary cradling the dead body of Jesus. This work of art makes me a humanist because there is lot of detail on the sculpture. The realism of the sculpture is exceptional.
Michelangelo sculpts the "Pieta"
A humanist is a person who focuses on the here and now and not about religious problems. They use perspective and shading in their art to make it realistic. Michelangelo is a humanist because he used lots of perspective and human anatomy to make his sculptures look real. In his paintings he uses many Renaissance techniques to make his art beautiful.
Michelangelo a humanist?
Raphael was a Italian painter who was much younger than many other painters at the time. He was born April 6, 1483 and died April 6, 1520. Raphael looked up to many Renaissance men such as Leonardo and Michelangelo. Raphael had great success in his life.
One of my most famous pieces is ¨The School of Athens¨ which took me 2 years to complete. This is a piece that shows all the famous thinkers at the time in one place, the school in Athens. This piece shows that I am a humanist because It has many realistic people in it and there is lots of perspective. Also, the way I portray my art makes me a humanist.
Raphael paints ¨The School of Athens¨
A humanist is a person who focuses on the here and now and not on religious problems. They use perspective and shading to make their art look realistic. Raphael is a humanist because his art uses a lot of perspective and shading. His art looks extremely real which makes him a humanist.
Raphael a humanist?
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