realistic renaissance

Chloe Creasy, Tessa Greep, Regina Saleaies

This picticture represents renaissance art since it is very realistic and it shows how the artist in that time studied the human body to make their work as real as they can.You can see in the picture the veins and rib cage of the person. Making it seem like that person is real.
The reason this represents the renaissance time period would consist of the fact that this picture is people catching fish which really happened in their day. This is a realistic picture of people doing their daily job.
The renaissance art would have many of these pictures since it is the pope just acting normal living his life. This is very real since you don't see him bigger than everyone else showing he is more powerful than everyone. Instead it is him the same size as everyone.
The renaissance art is shown in this picture considering that he looks like a normal person looking of into the distance. His hair looks so real like you can stretch out and feel it.
This pair of arms is definetely from the renaissance since the arms look like they are reaching out for something. They look like it is a picture of real human hands. That shows how realistic they are.
THis piece of art shows how the renaissance error's art consists of real things happening in people's ordinary life. This shows how it would be like if someone was visiting the king.
This would be considered a Renaissance painting because it is very realistic showing how a person is riding a horse which is normal in that time.
Renaissance would be the era for this sculpture. It is of a mom and child together which is something that happened back then.
THis is a realistic sculpture which makes it in the renaissance era. It shows how the body looks.
This painting shows a family together which could also happen so that makes it realistic. In this picture you can see the detail of their faces which makes them look real.
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