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Sculpture u Revisit classical sculpture u introduce new methods in bronze- casting u compare David of Donatello, Verrocchio & Michelangelo
Architecture u Reaffirm discovery of perspective u attempt to redefine classical ideals of proportion u Brunelleschi, Palladio & Michelangelo are wonderful examples of Renaissance architects
Brunelleschi u Lived in turn of 1300s u revived ancient building techniques u consulted about dome of Florence Cathedral u combined vertical Gothic ribs with ancient horizontal supports
Palladio u Lived during the 16th century u adds classical elements to religious & domestic structures u wrote I Quattro Libri dell’ Architettura in 1570 u defined classical architecture
Michelangelo u Also known as painter and sculptor u lived in early 16th century u designed St. Peter’s Basilica u best known for Sistine Chapel ceiling, Pieta & David
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