The art styles we now know as the Renaissance are not the ones of a time when the art was just about making art and being the best at it.
They were designed to keep art from being copied by others, keep it out of the hands of artists who could be bought and used as tools, and keep it from becoming the vehicle for art’s most important creative force.
The art styles were designed by artists in order to protect the art from those who could not afford to pay the cost of making it, who could do not have access to an established studio and whose talent and experience would have been wasted on making the very expensive but still necessary canvas work for a living.
The reason for this was because they were designed in the spirit of the Renaissance, the art movement that swept across Europe in the early 1400s.
It was the art that could make people feel proud to be part of a community of artisans and to have something of their own, a way of life.
These art styles had a long history, dating back to the 15th century, but they became dominant in the 19th century and they were seen as a good thing.
They made people think that they could make things, that they had a creative spark that could shine through and give meaning to the world.
There was a certain amount of self-importance, a certain level of vanity, that came from not knowing what your peers had to offer.
These were the days before people could afford the art.
There was an awareness that if you made art, you could make a fortune.
The only thing you had to work for was to be creative.
This was the new world.
These artists had their own unique vision, their own sense of place, their very own identity.
They wanted to make things that would change the world, they wanted to change the way people lived.
They were the creators of the new forms of art, the new arts of the 21st century.
It is only when we have a sense of what they were like, how they were made, how many artists worked on them, how much they cost and how much effort they put into them that we can really begin to appreciate them and appreciate the impact that they have had.
What we now call the renaissance art styles emerged in the 18th century.
These paintings were created by artists who had the skills, who had a sense and a vision.
They came into being in response to the social upheaval of the time and because they needed a way to show their artists that they were doing something worthwhile.
Art was not something that was just for show.
It was a way for people to feel a sense that they belonged, that their work was worth something, that someone cared about it.
The renaissance is now one of the most celebrated art movements in the world but it did not begin until the late 19th Century.
In fact, it took two decades of intensive, sometimes controversial, efforts to get it started.
The idea for the renaissance was born in 1785 in Venice.
In 1785, the artist Giovanni Perugino and his friend Gian Lorenzo Mazzini met and had lunch at the famous Palazzo di Piazza.
Mazzina was an Italian and Peruginos was an Englishman, and they had both studied painting.
In the first session, Perugini asked Mazzi if he could paint the frescoes of the city.
The next morning, Perigoni was in Venice, making his first painting of the frescos, and Mazzin was on the island of Corsica, working on the frescan of the church.
The next day, Perguino sent Mazzino a painting he had painted.
They had an agreement that they would meet again in Florence, where they would go to the Palazzos to meet again and make a new fresco.
When Perugin went to Venice, Mazzoni went to Corsica.
Perugina sent Mizzini a picture of the Venetian fresco that he had been making.
The picture, which Perugian gave to Mazzinian, had already been painted.
The painting of Mazzinus fresco, which was called ‘The Great Man’, is one of many that have been painted by Peruginis and Mizzinis in Venice during the 18 years that the Florentine painter and his friends were painting.
Perginist, Mizzino and Pergini were making a new artistic style called ‘the great man’.
It was an ambitious, bold, and original artistic style that would later be used to define the new artistic movement of the 1820s and 30s.
Art historians like John McDonough, the former curator of British Museum and author of The Renaissance: The Art and Politics of Modern Art, believe that the idea for a new art movement came from Peruginian.
The Florentines had become fascinated by Pergininos work. And they