"Here I am a Gentleman; at Home, A Sponger.",Best known for his woodcuts, "Holbien", "Adoration of the Magi", "Four Horseman of the Apocalypse"
Jan Van Eyck
[1385-1441] Flemish, Birth of the Northern Renaissance painting, Realist, "Adoration of the Lamb", "Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride"
[1525-1569] Flemish, Focus was the common man and landscapes, "Wedding Banquet" "Children At Play"
[1478-1535] Known for his portraits, english writer and critic humanist, Utopia, executed by Henry VIII in 1535 because he refused to except Henry as the head of the church.
[1466-1536] Dutch, "Praise of Folly", translated the Greek-Latin New Testament, "Julius Excluded From Heaven"
[1494-1553] French Humanist, "Gargantua", "Pantagruel", "Eat, Drink, and be Merry" lifestyle, Satirized Monastic Institutions [swimming pools, maids, and no clocks]
Shatters High Renaissance Art because of the Sack of Rome in 1527, aritistic movement of the Late Renaissance
Introduced Mannerism, "Last Judgement"-sistine chapel-reflective of the age
"Baptism of Christ", Best example of Mannerist painters, Court painter for Charles V, used dark, rich paint
"Toledo"-only used 3 hues, Greek-Italian Painter in Spain, Used no balance in his paintings
Emphasized Critical Thinking, Developed Christian Humanism criticizing the church & society, Painting/ Woodcuts/Literature
Glorified the Church for the Pope, Humanist, Sculpting/Painting
Published the first moveable type Bible called, Guttenbergs Bible. This encouraged development of scholarly research and the desire to attain knowledge