The visual arts of the early Renaissance followed the classical ideals of
A) balance and harmony.
B) grandiosity and flamboyance.
C) abstraction and subjectivity.
D) sentimentality and prettiness.
The early Renaissance style was launched by artists who wanted to
A) continue in the late Gothic style.
B) embrace the medieval past.
C) capture but not copy the classical style.
D) create elaborate, ornate works of art and architecture.
The fourteenth-century painter who most inspired early Renaissance artists was
Linear perspective in painting means
A) a way to create a sense of three dimensions on a two-dimensional surface.
B) how to put more than four objects in a painting.
C) what the artist does when he uses lines to define an object on the canvas.
D) those lines will always run horizontally in a painting.