The Birth of Venus is a painting by which Italian Renaissance artist?
Who created a famous sculpture of David?
With almost a century apart, Donaetello created a famous bronze statue of David, one which Michelangelo may have surpassed with his own marble statue. Then, there was a third famous David by Benini, a century later: So from centuries 15th-17th we got a new David every century!
Michelangelo, Donatello and Benini
Only Donatello and Raphael
Both Raphael and Michelangelo
"The School of Athens" is a painting by:
Which Italian artist was active first?
Which artist was known for his use of dynamic composition and movement in his works, such as "The Entombment" (aka "The Deposition") in 1507?
Which artist was known for his use of vibrant colors, bold brushstrokes and eroticism in his works, such as "The Venus of Urbino"?
Which Italian artist was known for his detailed and expressive drawings, scientific experiments, and was a major influence on the development of Renaissance art?
"The Calling of Saint Matthew" is a painting by:
Which artist was known for his use of complex symbolism and hidden meanings in his works, such as the "The Mystical Nativity"?
Which Early Renaissance artist is considered to be one of the founders of the Renaissance art movement and is known for his use of linear perspective, chiaroscuro, and realistic figures in his works, such as "The Holy Trinity"?
What was artist's Paolo Uccello's primary medium?
Tempera is more transparent than oil and holds less pigment, which allows light to penetrate through it and reflect off the white surface of the gesso below
Which artist was one of the leading painters of the Early Renaissance, known for his work in frescoes and altarpieces such as "The Annunciation" and "The Crucifixion"?