The Rennaisance

14th-Mid 17th Centuries.

The central figure shows Jesus in Heaven. He is shown giving the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven to St. Peter.
There is a good amount of detail in this engraving.
This is a drawing of a dramatic flood over a city. A cataclysmic storm was one of da Vinci's favorite subjects the last decade of his life.
A horses legs were not just studied by da Vinci but many artists. Many days of research went into the study of horse's legs.
This painting is also referred to as "The Lost Leonardo". This is captivating the actual warriors of his time period.
This dates back to when Michelangelo came back to Florence after his first stay in Rome. This is considered a master piece in this time period of art.
This was a sketch of one of his later statues.
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This is a very different drawing I am very impressed by.
This was an Oil panel transferred on to a canvas. This paintings detail on the landscape is very beautiful.
This is painting on wood done by oil. da Vinci picked up on the way these figures are painted.
The painting is in honor of Pope Sixtus IV. It was painted in oils on canvas.
This is a circular painting which was painted in Rome, Italy. This piece is to resemble antiquity.
This portrait is of a young man who is standing behind a breathtaking view. He seems calm and collected.
For the Convent of Sant'Antonio in Perugia. This is one of my favorite pieces that Raphael did.
Michelangelo is said to have painted this at 12-13 years old. This was his first known painting.
This statue may or may not have been a part of the tomb. Michelangelo wanted to symbolize a mans struggle, suffering and victory.
Not everyone believes that this is a portrait of da Vinci. The people that believe that it is da Vinci in the painting infer that he was about 60 when this was painted.
The painting was painted by Verrocchio but da Vinci did some parts of the painting including the angel.
The Last Supper is told to be the last meal Jesus had with his apostles.
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