The “rebirth” of art, religion, and education in Europe is known as the Renaissance.During this time of rebirth, Renaissance thinkers dismissed the medieval period as a dark age ofworthlessness. Instead, a style of classical age inspired a respect for order, perspective, proportion, and principles to the artist's work. The Renaissance also had a time of rebirth in people's religion and beliefs.The people became closer to God and began to worship Him in their own ways.There was a drastic change in education during this time also.A push for the citizen to become educated became a big deal.Books were given out, any many libraries were developed in an attempt to educate their people(Bowman 325-330).
The Renaissance truly changed the art work, religion, and education throughout Europe. The European art emerged from its medieval precedents during the course of the thirteenth century.Before this time European art work were based on fixed, conventional forms art. This showed figures as stiff and flat; it showed the objects as unrealistic and lifeless.The artwork did not show great detail.
Landscapes were decorative but unrealistic.The artist no longer worked only on small paintings but broadened his work to masterpieces. Masterpieces would be a piece of art that sometime would take an artist his whole life to complete.Their masterpieces would be placed in cathedrals, on buildings and would cover entire walls and ceilings.Many of the paintings would tell a story, often from the Bible.The artist would spend years working to finish his masterpieces. Often he would die before completing the paintings all the The status of artists rose as they began to work more for nobility and the wealthy.
No longer anonymous, artists developed personal styles and experimented adventurously with new techniques("Renaissance" 1989). The use of color a…