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What was one of the things that Leonardo da Vinci did to study the human form

He dissected corpses.

What did Bellini rely on to create art that spoke to people

Color and movement

Why did Titian paint mostly portraits

He was supported by wealthy patrons.

Which of these artists introduced the idea of scientific observation into Renaissance art

da vinci!

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Which of these types of painting was more likely to have been produced by a Northern Renaissance painter than an Italian Renaissance painter

A symbolic still life

Which of these movements most directly influenced Northern Renaissance art

The Protestant Reformation

Raphael influenced Renaissance art by developing

a vision of beauty

Michelangelo's David demonstrates the artist's ability to depict

the human form

Venetian Renaissance painters such as Titian strove to achieve balance in their compositions through the use of

harmonious colors

Raphael's Alba Madonna demonstrated his ability to present the Madonna

In a beautiful and heroic way.

What was Matthias Grunewald noted for

Matthias Grunewald was noted for linking the styles of international Gothic art with the ideas of the renaissance

Raphael infused a distinct personality into each of his portraits by

using different poses for different subjects

Bellini changed European painting by

Making the landscape an important part of the story told by a painting.

Human rationality was the key concept behind which intellectual movement

Humanism

The still life and engraved woodcut were introduced by artists associated with which movement

northern renaissance

Look at Bruegel's Peasant Wedding This painting focuses on

the live of ordinary people

Northern Renaissance painters differed from Italian Renaissance painters because they

depicted lush landscapes and happy peasants.

What has the author Daniel B Rowland written

Daniel B. Rowland has written:

'Mannerism-style and mood' -- subject(s): History and criticism, Part songs, Italian, Painting, Italian, Madrigals, Italian, Mannerism (Art)

Look at Flagellation of Christ by Piero della Francesca. This painting is a primary example of .

balanced composition (.apex)

Look at Hans Holbein's portrait of Erasmus. This portrait

represents the sitters profession

Bellinis style was noteworthy for doing what

Making the landscape a focus rather than a mere backdrop (APEX)

Titian's influence on other painters was largely a result of his use of .

color (apex)

Look at this painting by Rubens. Paintings of this type influenced the development of which movement

rococo

Match each of these Northern Renaissance artists with something for which he was known

Matthias Grunewald: Continued late medieval artistic traditions

Hugo Van der Goes: religious symbolism in the portinari altarpiece

Hans Holbein the Younger: precise and detailed portraits

Look at this painting by Claude Lorrain. It uses a(n)

Aerial perspective

Look at this painting. It is an incomplete work by

da vinci

Look at the Transfiguration of Christ by Giovanni Bellini. This painting creates emotion largely through the use of

color

Match each of these works with its artist

albrecht dÜrer: Melencolia I; Quentin Massys: Thge Grotesque old women; Pieter Bruegel the Elder: The peasant Dance;

The Medici family played an important role in the Renaissance because it's members were

Wealthy Patrons of the arts.

Raphael's paintings were most different from Michelangelo's because

Raphael used much simpler backgrounds for his portraits.

Look at this painting by Johannes Vermeer. what feature most clearly identifies it as dutch genre art

the depiction of ordinary art.

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