Art thrived in Northern Europe, especially in Germany and the Low Countries, in the fifteenth centuries.
Renaissance theories began to change, painting, sculpture, and architecture. Renaissance theories
spanned nearly the fourteenth through the sixteenth centuries and believed by some as the rise of
modern history. Particularly in Italy classical themes in art and literature, had a return to realistic
portrayal of nature through careful observation, and the restoration of Greek philosophy of humanism,
in which human dignity, ideas, and capabilities are the focus. In each country took Renaissance
concepts and adapted them to contemporary art forms to create unique forms of Renaissance
classicism. (Carnagie) Changes were... View More »