Renaissance Hall of Fame
Inventor of the Pocket watch
Created the Portrait Miniature
Painted “The Tribute Money”
Created the world’s first printing press and his first book printed was the Bible.
Famous writer who wrote The Canterbury Tales.
This man was a famous mathematician Famous for the algebraic equation.
What was Guillaume Dufay famous for?
This sculpture of St. John the Evangelist was created by what famous sculptor? (hint: a Ninja Turtle was named after him)
Michel de Montaigne
You have this man to thank for creating the beloved “Essay”.
The creator of this famous sculpture of David was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and engineer of the Renaissance. (Hint: a Ninja turtle was named after him)
This father of Reformation in The Catholic Church believed that forgiveness could not be purchased.
Considered the father of Political Science he wrote “The Prince”
The painter of this oil painting achieved, or perfected, new and remarkable effects using oil paint.
This man created the thermometer and the pendulum clock but his most famous invention was the telescope.
The man who created this painting is widely considered the most important Renaissance man.
This man created a rule of numbers. 1,1,2,3,5,8 by adding the first two numbers you get the third one. He made it to connect to the golden ratio
This man wrote such great plays as Macbeth and Hamlet.
Which female artist created this masterpiece “The Chess Game”?
Which architect revolutionized architecture with his work on the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (the Duomo) in Florence?
The painter of this work named “Primavera” brought depth and emotions to his paintings.
This artist brought perspective into his art with this depiction of the Sistine Chapel.
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