In this art piece Leonardo da Vinci shows how he pays specific detail to human anatomy by showing the close detail of the arms, head, and muscles.
In this portrait Raphael shows realistic qualities of a human paying attention to specific details such as the eyes and the clothes.
In this sculpture the artist Michelangelo Buonarroti shows how to sculpt with detail focusing on realism and humanism. In the art he shows how the muscles are shown with detail.
In this drawing Michelangelo Buonarroti shows the details of human anatomy by drawing an outstretched arm showing all of the muscles when the arm is trying to move.
In this drawing Raphael shows the details of a human face by focusing on small items on the face such as the beard and the expression on the mans face. The drawing also shows how the man's hair is very curly and dark in certain areas.
In this painting the artist Albercht Durer Durer shows the realistic background of a city with people in colorful and realistic clothes are talking amongst themselves. It shows the realistic details of the background city.
In this painting you can see a religious figure, Saint Michael, fighting against dragons. The dragons in the painting most likely represent evil so that means this painting is about the good fighting the evil.
In this painting it is shows a portrait of a modern day woman from that time period. She seems to look like she is in distress and in need of help. Also the artist captures the beautiful scenery in the background.
In this art piece it seems to be the art medium of sculpture. He it seems to be showing how the renaissance people demonstrated religion sometimes as their focus in art.
In this painting the artist, Botticelli Fillipepi shows how many art pieces in renaissance times focused on religions as their subject for their artwork. In this art work it shows how different religious figure are meeting with normal people trying to show religious meaning.
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