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Hubert and Jan Van Eyck
discovered oil painting
Leonardo da Vinci
One of the greatest renaissance artists, known for Mona Lisa and Last Supper. He was an artist who painted peoples feelings and physical emotions. He was a scientist as well as an artist, he drew planes and diggers.
Johannes Gutenberg
Developed a printing press.
central square of an italian renaissance city
authors of plays
Michelangelo Buonarroti
Famous artist known for paintings on the Sistine Chapel and sculpture of the Pieta. His figures are large and muscular showing motion.
Miguel de Cervantes
wrote many plays and short stories
papal states
some of the the most important renaissance city states in central Italy that included Rome and were ruled by the Pope.
El Greco
Painted figures with very long bodies some say that something was wrong with his vision
Lorenzo de Medici
Made city of florence a center of art and learning. because of the cities prosperity and fame, he was known as " The Great"
Family that took over throne after War of roses
printing press
machine for printing books, using moveable type
William Shakespeare
Most well known playwright of his time, wrote plays off of Greek and Roman trageties.
rebirth of art and literature during the middle ages
French castles
open area in the front and on the sides of the stage
Elizabeth I
Encouraged plays, art, literature, and writing. well educated with a sharp tongue and iron will.
way of painting used to show objects as they appear at different distances
War of the Roses
People fighting over the throne had symbols of roses so the war was called war of the roses
classical writings
ancient Greek and Roman writings
A center of renaissance italy where there was much prosperity and fame. then, One king stopped renaissance and they overthrew him and did the renaissance again
Francis I
Chateaux. encouraged French artists to model their works off of italian nobles

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