The events in Europe aren't happening in a vacuum, instead, European exploration has spread ideals far and wide.
Northern Renaissance Art
Looking at why the ideals of the Italian Renaissance, immortalised in the Church art, had the opposite affect on Northern Europe and the development of "personal" art.
France, England, and the Netherlands all experience the Renaissance in different fashions. Join us as we delve into the effects of Renaissance ideals on these three power house nations.
The Renaissance was a fervent period of European cultural, artistic, political and economic “rebirth” following the Middle Ages. Generally described as taking place from the 14th century to the 17th century, the Renaissance promoted the rediscovery of classical philosophy, literature and art.
Italian Renaissance Art
Understanding the principals of the Italian Renaissance means understanding "The Masters." Join us as we compare the developments of Renaissance art and the differences from Medieval Art
In this live review, we examine how dark the dark ages were in Europe.
1.1 Context of the Renaissance
1.2 Italian Renaissance
1.5 New Monarchies from 1450 to 1648
1.6 Age of Exploration
1.7 Colonial Rivals
1.8 Columbian Exchange
1.9 The Slave Trade
1.10 The Commercial Revolution
1.11 Causation in the Renaissance and Age of Discovery
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