The Florentine masters were a handful of master artists from the renaissance period. Usually interested in painting.
Renaissance artists were supposed to master painting, sculpture and architecture. Leonardo never executed any architecture, although he did a few sketches.
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He was, but for most of his life he did not use perspective in his paintings.
No. Artists didn't go to art school in the Renaissance times. They became apprentices at a master's workshop and learned the trade that way. In Leonardo da Vinci's case, he was an apprentice to Verrochio.
-ist because art is the base word. -ist means master of a trade like an artist is the master of art.
W. A. Nicholls has written: 'The national drawing master' -- subject(s): Drawing, Perspective 'The national drawing master' -- subject(s): Dessin, Drawing, Perspective
Jan van Eyck.
A renaissance man or polymath is a person who is skilled in multiple fields or multiple disciplines, and who has a broad base of knowledge. The term renaissance man is largely based on the various artists and scholars of the European Renaissance, (starting in about 1450 CE), who pursued multiple fields of studies. Perhaps the quintessential renaissance man of this period was Leonardo Da Vinci, who was a master of art, an engineer, an anatomy expert (for the time), and also pursued many other disciplines with great success and aplomb.
The "Master Race" In Hitler's Perspective is blonde hair, blue eyes, and they must be as tall as 5,3".