The Renaissance

Michal Kedziora
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Michal Kedziora
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Mind Map on The Renaissance , created by Michal Kedziora on 02/02/2016.

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The Renaissance
1 Paintings
1.1 Medival
1.1.1 The Renaissance Paintings show more detail and the Medival Paintings Don't
1.1.2 Medival Paintings The Medival Paintings were knitted on a wall called a Tapestry. They didn’t show as much detail as the Renaissance Paintings.
1.2 Renaissance
1.2.1 The Renaissance Paintings show more detail and the Medival Paintings Don't
1.2.2 Mona Lisa Mona Lisa is a painting from the Renaissance painted by Leonardo DiVinci. He painted it in florence painted with oils. His paintings showed depth and a lot of detail. Leonardo DiVinci Leonardo is one of the greatest Renaissance Artists. It took him 2 years to paint the "Mona Lisa". He Loved Art since he was a little boy so he went to Verrdichu to become an apprentice and then he worked for Ludvico Sforza, the ruler of Milan. note book Leonardo carried his notebook everywhere with him. He wrote in mirror writing for people not to steel his ideas
2 Renaissance Artists.
2.1 Albrecht Dürer Albrecht, was a Renaissance artist from Germany. He painted "the knight, Death and the Devil". He was born in Nuremburg, Germany in 1471. There were 18 in his family. He went to Italy and studied Leonardo DiVinci and Michalangelo. He painted Landscape, nature and self portraits.
2.2 Michelangelo Michelangelo is a sculptor, painter and an architect. He was born in 1475. He worked under Ghirlandaio and studied Dontello a great sculptor. His first job was as a sculptor for Medici's Florence gardens.
2.3 William Shakespeare Shakespeare was one of the greatest play writers and poets ever. He was born in Stratford. He married Anne Hathaway when he was 18. He had 2 daughters and 1 son who died when he was 11.
2.4 Johannes Gutenberg Gutenberg was born in Mainz, Germany. Johannes designed a printing machine/press. He borrowed money to develop his new printing press. His financial backer later forced him out of business, took over his printing business and left Johannes to die in poverty.
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