Renaissance Art

All of the art shown represents humanism because mostly all of the art is not about religion, where in the Middle Ages all of the art was about religion, so humanism is saying that we should enjoy living, and not focus on religion.

This picture by shows how the people in the Renaissance used depth in their paintings, while there was no depth in the paintings in the Middle Ages.
This picture shows the idea of perspective in the Renaissance art, and you can clearly tell it has nothing to do with religion, unlike the Middle Ages.
This picture has depth in it, but it also is about religion. The church had some power, but most of the paintings were not of religion, and were about humanism.
Again, another picture of religion, but still has depth to it.
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