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He was the first painter to make use of the linear perspective, discovered by his friends Brunelleschi.

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Q: What did Masaccio do for the Renaissance?
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Which artistic tradition was founded by Masaccio?

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Who were the main painters of the Renaissance?

Early Renaissance: Masaccio, FIlippo Lippi, Botticelli. High Renaissance: Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael.

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Who were famous Renaissance artists?

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Who is an Italian painter from early Renaissance?

Masaccio, Fra Angelico, Botticelli, ... They moved religious messages into the background

Who painted the first Renaissance picture?

It is a matter of definition. In 1425 Masaccio painted the first picture we know with linear perspective.

What Masaccio painting revolutionized the Renaissance?

Masaccio did four paintings that revolutionized the Renaissance. The first of these was his "Sagra del Carmine," which was completed in 1425. The other three were "Trinity," also from 1425; a polyptych for S. Maria del Carmine in Pisa, from 1426; and the frescoes of the Brancacci Chapel in S. Maria del Carmine, Florence, from 1427.

What you are I once was what I are you will surely become?

It's a quote by Masaccio, a painter of the Italian Early Renaissance. This quote is mentioned somewhere in his painting called The Trinity.

Who were major artists during the Renaissance?

Italian RenaissancePre-early Renaissance = Giotto, Gentile da Fabriano Early Renaissance = Masaccio, Piero della Francesca, Uccello, Leonardo da VinciHigh Renaissance = Leonardo da Vinci (not really as he did not follow what was popular in the High Renaissance), Raphael, Michelangelo, early Titian, Giorgione

Who were the major artists of the Quattrocento and High Renaissance periods?

Quattrocento: Fra Angelico, Brunelleschi, Donatello, Masaccio, Bellini, Botticelli are a few of the most famous. High Renaissance was dominated by: Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael.

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