Background of the Renaissance
Many exciting and world changing trends began to enlighten, such as art began to flourish, tons of artists expressed their emotions with painting. Numerous great famous paintings are still intact today, such as Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci. The Renaissance was a time period of fine artistic blooming and intuitive accomplishments, People saw it as a rebirth to the Old Roman and Greek Civilization. People commenced to think differently, most believed that man was the center of the universe, while others paid more attention to their churches.
During the Renaissance art, technology, and music were very appealing to the people. Leonardo Da Vinci being one of the very well-known at that time and even still to this time was a very remarkable man. Da Vinci has painted Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, Vitruvian man and many others. “Leonardo's interests were so broad, and he was so often compelled by new subjects, that he usually failed to finish what he started. This lack of "stick-to-it-ness" resulted in his completing only about six works,”(FINISH) as though Da Vinci was an intelligent human being, he never really finished any other of his works such as “Big Horse” a life-sized sculpture of Duke of Milan on horseback that he abandoned; began on another work of his. He was even an inventor, creations that were lead to music boxes, weapons, parachutes, that are continuously used.
There was even corruption between the churches, called the Renaissance Reformation that lasted about a century, from the 1500s to the 1600s. Although they are just churches, they also held political power over the vast lands of mainly Italy. Popes and cardinals were more like kings; they controlled land, had an army, and even engaged in wars. Martin Luther saw this corruption and wanted to reform the church into its Christianity tradition, he started to speak out about his ideas and telling the people of the no longer faithful to god church. The church then...