The Renaissance: Four pieces of amazing art

By: Aaron Geller

1. I found this piece interesting, because Donatello managed to make a piece of art that has such realism, despite the fact that it is all made from the same grey material. 2. This is a piece of Renaissance art, because it has immense detail in all parts of the piece, the human and goat in the front are larger than the house in the background, showing perspective, and you can see emotion in the human's face as well as the fear in the goat's face.
1. I found this piece interesting, because I like bunnies, especially in the snow. This is no exception. 2. This is a piece of Renaissance art, because the piece looks incredibly realistic. In fact, when I first saw this piece, I thought it was really just someone who to a picture of a rabbit. This piece also has an accurate shadow of the rabbit in the picture, unlike previous forms of art, such as classical and medieval art.
1. I found this piece interesting, because it's just a guy who is trying to look cool for a photo. I find this funny, so I picked it. 2. This is a piece of Renaissance art, because it shows emotion in the human's face. It also shows the look of defeat on the dead giant's face. This sculpture also goes into extreme detail into every part of it, making for a realistic looking human.
1. I found this piece of art interesting, because it has an elephant in it. Elephants are awesome and are my 7th favorite animal. 2. This is a piece of Renaissance art, because you can tell what the people in this picture are thinking. The man on top is trying to look powerful and manly with the spear he is holding. The woman who is holding the elephant's trunk is smiling, because she likes the elephant. The immense detail of this whole scene proves that it is a piece of Renaissance art.
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