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  1. Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation (Feig) 2-01

  2. Da Vinci, Leonardo (Renaissance Man)

  3. Harlem Renaissance (
      “Emerging from the rubble of World War I came a movement that redefined African American expression. The cultural and social movement of the 1920s and 1930s resulted in an explosion of new music, art, theatre and dance. In fact, the substance of what came to be called the Harlem Renaissance inspires artists to this day." 10-12

  4. Architecture Timeline ( - Craven) star
      Describes highlights of architecture throughout human history. Includes more recent styles, such as Renaissance, American Colonial, Baroque, Rococo, Georgian Colonial, Neoclassical, Federalist, Idealist, Greek Revival, Victorian, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco. 3-01

  5. Architects - Palladio, Andrea ( - Craven)
      Provides a short biography and related resources on the Renaissance architect. "Andrea Palladio is often described as the most influential, and most copied, architect in the Western world." 3-01

  6. Botticelli, Sandro (
      Provides a biography of the Renaissance Italian painter, as well as copies of some of his more famous works. 3-01

  7. Biographies of Artists (
      Provides biographies by style or period of art, including Abstract Expressionism (Pollock, Rothko...), Baroque (Rubens, Rembrandt, Bernini...), Contemporary and Postmodern (Basquiat, Beuys, Clemente...), Dada and Surrealism (Dali, Duchamp, Magritte...), Futurism (Boccioni, Balla...), Impressionism (Monet, Renoir, Degas...), Photographers (Ansel Adams, Cindy Sherman...), Post-Impressionism (Cezanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin...), Renaissance (Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael...), Romanticism (Friedrich, Delacroix, Fuseli...), Spanish (Goya, Velazquez, El Greco...), Women (O'Keeffe, Cassatt, Kahlo...), American Art (Homer, Hopper, Whistler...), Art Nouveau (Klimt, Schiele, Mucha...), Bauhaus (Kandinsky, Klee...), Cubism (Picasso, Braque, Gris...), Expressionism (Munch, Beckmann, Bacon...), Hudson River School (Bierstadt, Cole, Church...), Neo-Classical (David, Ingres, Poussin...), Pop Art (Warhol, Johns, Rauschenberg...), Pre-Raphaelites (Rossetti, Millais, Hunt...), Rococo (Watteau, Fragonard), Sculptors (Rodin, Brancusi, Moore...), and Symbolism (Blake, Moreau, Redon...). Provides copies of the most famous work of many of the artists. 3-01

  8. Copernicus, Nicolaus (
      "Nicolaus Copernicus... was a Renaissance mathematician and astronomer who formulated a heliocentric model of the universe which placed the Sun, rather than the Earth, at the center.[a]" 10-13

  9. Search for Art Works (
      Provides a search engine to find art works by title, painter, or museum. Also provides large examples of works, including oil paintings. Browse by movement, including Abstract Expressionism, Academic Art, The American Scene, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Arte Povera, The Arts and Crafts Movement, The Ashcan School, The Barbizon School, Baroque Art, Bauhaus, Byzantine Art, Camden Town Group, Classicism, Contemporary Realism, Cubism, Dada, Der Blaue Reiter, Die Brücke, Die Neue Sachlichkeit, Expressionism, Fauvism, Fantasy Art, Futurism, Golden Age of Illustration, Gothic Art, The Group Of Seven, The Harlem Renaissance, History Painting, The Hudson River School, Impressionism, Magic Realism, Mannerism, Minimalism, Les Nabis, Neoclassicism, Neo-Plasticism, Op Art, Orientalism, Photorealism, Pointillism, Pop Art, Post-Impressionism, Precisionism, The Pre-Raphaelites, Realism, Regionalism, The Renaissance (including Early Renaissance, High Renaissance, Mannerism, and Northern Renaissance), The Rococo Style, Romanticism, The Sensation Show, Social Realism, Surrealism, Symbolism, Ukiyo-e Printmaking, Western Art, and Wildlife Art. 01-06

  10. Da Vinci, Leonardo (
      "Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519) was an Italian Renaissance polymath: an architect, anatomist, sculptor, engineer, inventor, geometer, musician, futurist and painter. He has been described as the archetype of the "Renaissance man" and as a universal genius, a man infinitely curious and infinitely inventive. He is also considered one of the greatest painters who ever lived."

  11. Robeson, Paul (
      "Paul Robeson was the epitome of the 20th-century Renaissance man. He was an exceptional athlete, actor, singer, cultural scholar, author, and political activist. His talents made him a revered man of his time, yet his radical political beliefs all but erased him from popular history. Today, more than one hundred years after his birth, Robeson is just beginning to receive the credit he is due." 01-07

  12. Fossett, Steve - Pioneer (Christian Science Monitor)
      " 'He's part of a renaissance that's going on in American culture right now,' says Robert Zimmerman, an author and space historian. For decades, the space shuttle remained the last US rocket design. Now there are a flurry of planes and rockets, and Mr. Fossett along with others, like Sir Richard Branson and Dennis Tito, have helped generate buzz for the trend. "He made the general public interested.' " 09-07

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