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  • Art of Renaissance Science: Galileo and Perspective
    Explores the science of the Italian Renaissance and how Galileo's mathematics influenced the artwork of Renaissance painters and architects.
  • Sistine Chapel@
    Explore Sistine Chapel, the chapel in the official residence of the Roman Catholic Pope in the Vatican City, Rome. Sites feature chapel description, history, architecture, image gallery, virtual tours, art treasures, and the restoration work of the chapel in the Apostolic Palace.
  • Getty Exhibitions: Illuminating the Renaissance [pick] [read review]
    Collection of intricate works from the Flemish illumination period from 1470-1560. Includes zoom-in feature for more than 130 works of art.
  • Life of an Artist
    Biographies of Renaissance artists by Giorgio Vasari.
  • Artcyclopedia: The Early Renaissance
    Offers an overview of the Italian 15th century art movement and a chronological listing of associated artists.
  • Artists of the Italian Renaissance
    Details of some of the influential figures of the movement.
  • Addio Gallery
    Exhibits several paintings by famous Renaissance artists.
  • Wikipedia: Early Renaissance Painting
    Explores the themes, techniques, artists, works, and legacy of the famous period of European art.
  • Web Gallery of Art
    Virtual museum and searchable database of European painting and sculpture of the Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque periods (1150-1800).
  • WebMuseum: La Renaissance
    Explores the philosophies, regional artists, and artworks that represent the period of cultural rebirth.
    Dedicated to the beauty of Italian Renaissance art.
  • Renaissance Art Gallery
    Includes paintings of angels, Raphael, Giovanni Bellini, Russian Icons, and more.
  • Fra Carnevale and the Making of a Renaissance Master
    Examines the work and history of the quasi-mythical painter Giovanni di Bartolomeo Corradini, also known as Fra Carnevale.

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