APAH-Chapter21 - Yang Alex Yang Mr. Churley AP Art History...

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Yang Alex Yang Mr. Churley AP Art History 31 January 2011 Chapter 21: Humanism and the Allure of Antiquity I. 15 th Century Italian Art A. The continued influence of the Renaissance 1. The spread of Humanism a. Begun by Petrarch and Bocaccio b. An emphasis on education and on expanding knowledge, the exploration of the individual potential, and a commitment to civic responsibility and moral duty c. The quest for knowledge was begun by the Greeks and Romans d. Humanist writings expanded due to: 1. The development of a Tuscan dialect 2. Development of movable metal type a. Printing of Dante’s Divine Comedy e. Humanists gathered information from a wide range of fields 2. Recognizing Achievements a. Renaissance Italy adopted a secular stance b. Humanists encouraged individual improvement and awarded excellence with fame and honor c. Emphasis on hard work 3. Of Wealth and Power a. Shifting power relations among numerous city states 1. Condottieri were military leaders with large mercenary troops
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