The Renaissance enamel pattern is a design that uses metal fillets that are filled with pulverized colored…
From the painting by Raphael, in the Borghese Palace.
(1467-1536) Dutch humanist and theologian of the Renaissance.
The Tomb of Beatrice and Lavinia Ponzetti Festoon is a leaf festoon found in St. Maria della Pace, Rome…
The French Renaissance Folding-Chair is made of wood and is constructed not to fold at all. The seat…
Foliate Sculpture of the 13th Century. "Decorative sculpture conventionalized more or less from foliage,…
(1276-1336) Italian painter and architect known as the first of the Italian Renaissance.
(1510-1572) French sculptor and architect of the Renaissance.
The Renaissance Griffin is associated with Antiquity and fire, it appears on Candelabras and friezes.…
(1400-1468) German printer of the Renaissance
This Renaissance hanging-cabinet was made in Germany. Modest in dimension and used for practical purposes.
This is the front and side view of a Ram head that dates back to the Late Renaissance.
The Renaissance Heraldic Eagle was designed by Albrecht Durer.
Renaissance Heraldic Eagle.
This Renaissance Heraldic Eagle was designed by Wenderlin Dietterlin.
This Renaissance hinge is found in a town-hall is Augsburg, Germany. It is a 17th century design.
This Renaissance hinge is found on a door in Ettlingen, Germany.
This Renaissance hinge is a 17th century design found in Zurich, Switzerland.
Interior of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. At the far end of the nave can be seen Bernini's baldacchino.
From the painting by Raphael, in the Louvre.
The Marriage of the Virgin. From the Painting by Raphaello in the Brera, Milan.
The French Renaissance Leaf design tend to look more formal.
The French Renaissance Leaf design tend to look more formal. This design was found in a church in Epernay…
This Renaissance lectern came from the Pisa Cathedral in Italy. It was made of marble with an Eagle…
(1452-1519) Painter, sculpture and inventor during the high Renaissance.
A famous Italian artist, mathematician, and engineer.
The Richelieu Pavilion (a pavilion located on the inside "court") of the Louvre Palace. The Richelieu…
This Renaissance lunette panel is an intarsia (wood inlay) design. It is found in the Santa Maria church…
The Renaissance lunette panel is a German design made out of wrought-iron.
From the painting by Raphael, in the Pitti Palace, Florence.
"Part of the Ospedale Maggiore, Milan." —D'Anvers, 1895
Italian majolica pavement, Siena, Italian Renascence.
(1401-1428) Italian painter during the Renaissance famous for his frescoes.
Female metal shield, German Renascence.
Female metal shield, German Renascence.
Italian Renascence mask, Venice.
Italian Renascence mask, tomb of the cardinal Sforza, Sta. Maria del Popolo, Rome, by Sansovino.
Satyr, Italian Renascence by Sansovino.
Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (1475 – 1564), commonly known as Michelangelo was an Italian…
The home of Michelangelo in Florence, Italy.
The Renaissance egg-and-dart moulding is an egg pattern with darts in between.
The Renaissance Oblong Panel is found at a church in Kamenz, Germany. It has a freer decoration of palmettes.
This Renaissance Oblong Panel is a design found on Marsuppini's tomb in the St. Croce church of Florence,…
This Renaissance Oblong Panel is an intarsia (wood inlay) design found on a cabinet in Perugia, Italy.
This Renaissance Oblong Panel is found in the Palazzo Vecchio (old palace) in Mantua, Italy. It is a…
This Renaissance oblong Panel is a design found on a tomb in Stuttgart, Germany.
This Renaissance Oblong Panel is a design found at the St. Michaels' church in Germany.
This Renaissance Oblong Panel is an Italian wrought-iron grill design.
The Renaissance Ornament is a relief on the tomb of Hieronimo Basso, St. Maria del Popolo, Rome, by…
(1469-1517) Italian painter during the Renaissance most famous for painting religious subjects.
"A principal and distinctive feature of Italian public buildings and palaces of this time is the cortile…
(1304-1374) Italian scholar and poet of the Renaissance.
(1537-1590) French sculptor of the Renaissance.
Gutenberg's printing press in 1450.
Raphael Sanzio, usually known by his first name alone (in Italian Raffaello), (April 6 or March 28,…
(1483-1520) Italian painter and architect of the Renaissance.
An illustration of two men dressed in Renaissance clothing.