The PowerPoint covers the Early and High Renaissance in Italy, starting with Masaccio and ending with Raphael. The next part of the presentation is the Venetian/Northern Renaissance. This includes information on Giorgione and Titian in Italy as well as the Northern European artists Durer, Bruegel, Bosch, and van Eyck. Lastly, the presentation covers the short period of Mannerism. Tintoretto, El Greco, and Cellini are all mentioned.
Each movement is given historical context as well as general characteristics.
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