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Title: renaissance

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Subject: History
Author: Billie W
Date: May 11, 2017
Level: University
Grade: A
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He arrives in Florence in 1434: the most important and creative time of the Renaissance. He was a thinker and a theoretician. In 1435 his book:" On Painting" is published. It's the most important book on painting ever written because it's about what the Renaissance artist were doing at that time. He was a Florentine but his family had lived in exile in Genoa until 1434...

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He was a Florentine but his family had lived in exile in Genoa until 1434. He had a very good education in Padua and Bologna. In 1430 the Alberti family was allowed back to Florence. He had never been in Florence before his 30's: here he sees the Cathedral Dome by Brunelleschi, the most "talked about" work of art in Europe, nearly completed...

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