Why is it renaissance?

By Kylie Dunn and CoCo Bartlett

This sculpture is from the Renaissance Era because of the realistic component of the rippling muscles, the beard's texture,and much more. Realism was a very important factor in Renaissance Art.
This piece of art is considered a part of the Renaissance Era because of its religious aspect.This painting shows Jesus and his disciples at the Last Supper, which is a story from the Holy Bible.
Similar to "The Last Supper", this painting has to do with religion. It also uses realism, which is important in the Renaissance Era.
This portrait is an example of realism, as well as perspective. The man featured in it is drawn realistically, with perspective being shown in the angle of his face.
This text is from the Renaissance Era because of the use of humanism. Two men are helping another up, which gives them personality. It shows that they are people with feelings to help others.
This sculpture is obviously very detailed. This helps us to know that it is from the Renaissance Era through the use of realism.
This painting is from the Renaissance Era. We know this because of the use of perspective and religion. The followers are showing their admiration towards a man who I assume to be Jesus.
This painting is from the Renaissance Era. We can tell this through the use of humanism and perspective. We can almost feel what the person in the picture is feeling, and we see perspective with all of the things on top of another.
This piece of artwork is based on religion, which was very important in the Renaissance Era. It also has lots of detail in the bodies of the people, which shows realism.
In this picture, two very detailed arms are shown. This shows use of a concept called realism. Realism was very popular in the Renaissance time period.
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