Italian Renaissance Art

This site presents some of the best-known and most important works of art from the Italian Renaissance period. It is intended to serve students, art lovers, and the general public and provide answers to many fundamental questions about the beloved works from this era. Take a look at some of the featured articles on ItalianRenaissance.org:

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The Making of an Artist – Italian Renaissance Learning Resources

The Renaissance transformation of the medieval artisan into someone closer, though not identical, to the modern conception of the artist is a swelling leitmotif in this unit. The Renaissance marks an important transition in the perception of the artist and the growing acceptance of the artist’s work as being on a par with philosophy, literature, rhetoric, and the other liberal arts. This unit explores artistic training and practices; the organization of workshops, guilds, and academies; and (most importantly) the creation of an entirely new way of looking at art and artists.

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Histoires de peintures : L’invention de la perspective

Daniel Arasse, dans ce quatrième entretien, revient sur l’invention de la perspective et son succès dans la peinture florentine à partir de 1420. Il insiste sur la dimension politique, idéologique et philosophique de ce bouleversement complet des scènes de représentation.

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Charlotte J. Weeks

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Evert Pieters

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Georgious Iakovidis

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Harold N. Anderson

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