At the beginning of the Renaissance people where mainly painters because there was no way to print books yet. The people in Italy had great success with painting and making statues of people. They Renaissance then spread out and all over Europe making it easier way to get gold for about 300 years
Period: Jan 1, 1350 to
Italy had many drinks in the Renaissance. They had wine as a main drink as well of tea. The least common was water because they didn't have anything to clean it with. www.sca.org.au
Period: Jan 1, 1358 to
Italian Renaissance food
The Renaissance had lots of food that were sweets such as the melon tart or the herb tart. They were one of the countries that had a thing that was good that was food, They had a gift of sweets.
Jan 1, 1386
Donatello was born
Donetello was born in Florence, Italy. No one knows his birthday only the year he was born. www.biography.com/ people / donetello-21032601
Apr 15, 1452
Leonardo da Vinci was born
Leonardo was really good with science and nature and that was really good for him when he started painting as a kid. He was a good painter when it comes to natural day life.
Dec 12, 1466
Donetello did many arts of people who have been helpful to him to make gold. Be died in Florence Italy at the same place he was born. www.biography.com / people / donetello-21032601
Mar 6, 1475
Michelangelo was born
Michelangelo was a great paint and a statue designer as well. He soon became a famous painter and a famous statue maker of Italy.
[The Life and Time of Michelangelo](cecelia.physics.indiana.edu/life/art/michelangelo.html)
Michelangelo died at the age of 88 and was known as one of the greatest artist in Italy. After his passing the world's art change forever.
Aug 27, 1576
He died at the age 91,but we will remember him as a great artist of Itlay in the late 1400s to the late 1500s. He will be mainly remembered for his best peices of artwork and the was painting humans with his art.
He died at the age 76 in Venice,Italy. He had eight children and a wife named Faustina Episcopi how carried his art for more generations of his family. www.biography.com / people / tintorentto-21366707