A: the renaissance ideals were mostly in the art, music, and writing. B: the ideals in the renaissance art are:
1. During the fourteenth century Italy witnessed notable changes, which throughout the next couple of centuries extended towards northern Europe. 2. The artist wanted to show more emotion in the art than they have ever before. 3. The Renaissance ideals of humanism are expressed in the Italian art of the period, through the works of various artists like the recognizable Leonardo da Vinci who emphasized humanism ideals with his masterpiece of the human body with the Vitruvian man, there was also Michelangelo Buonarroti representing human divinity with his human sculpture of David Botticelli and finally, the impacting artist Raphael. 4. The Italian renaissance artist Leonardo Da Vinci is the most recognize as the most outstanding artists of the period who strongly expresses the ideals of humanism in works such as the Vitruvian Man. 5. The Vitruvian man is the most recognizable and most admired of human composition description. 6. This piece expresses the ideals of humanism in the relationships of lengths of each part of the body. 7. This piece had to be geometrically correct.
1. the scholar Pico created the Oration on the Dignity of Man, which he referred to as a manifesto of humanism. In this work, he touted the power of free will and the boundless potential that individuals may realize through reason. 2. Baldassare Castiglione in 1518 wrote The Book of the Courtier. 3. Castiglione explored the ideal components of a well-rounded, self-realized modern individual, Castiglione believed in the value of both physical and intellectual training and achievement. 4. He believed the ideal Renaissance man should possess all the abilities of a warrior, as well as the physical acumen required for athletics. 5. Castiglione also felt that the ideal Renaissance man should...
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