The Renaissance: A History of Renaissance Art.

The Renaissance: A History of Renaissance Art.

Published by: Denis Byrd
29 Episodes | First Released: Jun 28 '15
A podcast devoted to the history of Renaissance art
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Starzy49
Sep 16
Rating:   10
Excited to find this podcast!

I love art history and I found this podcast two weeks ago and I wish there was more! I found the entire podcast easy to listen to and very informative. Great job! My only complaint is there are no more episodes. I do hope more are made! Thanks!

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AlionaP.
Sep 5
Rating:   10
Great podcast!

Thank you! I really enjoy your podcast!

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thehartisalonelyhunter
May 6
Rating:   10
A great art history podcast

Would love to see this podcast come back! Love the way it explains not only the art, but the lives of the artists and the links between them!

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Brandy Agun
Apr 12
Rating:   10
Fabulous

This podcast has me chomping at the bit as it discusses one of my favorite times in art history and does a thorough job describing the most prominent painters and sculptors at the time. Please come back!!!!!

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boogielulu
Feb 15
Rating:   10
Good for all ages!! :) :D

Hello! I am a normal 5th grader and struggle a little with history but when I listened to this suddenly I wanted to learn more and more about the renaissance! I am even done with this subject and am still listening to this! My teacher even supports the podcast! and no matter what age you are, if you want to learn about the renaissance this is the podcast for you. Thank you so much with helping me with history and school. This is such a GREAT podcast! THANK YOU!!!

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chatoxhu
Feb 2
Rating:   2
The renaissance

How credible is a person that horrible mispronounce “Cimabue” name as “boey” Can’t listen to that anymore use any internet tool to correct that dreadful mistake

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Censorship? Really?
Nov 7 '18
Rating:   10
Perfect for Art Education

I neglected my art education during my schooling, but am trying to make up for it now! This show is a great way to get into the development of Western Art.

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IsaNYC
Jul 6 '18
Rating:   8
Michelangelo

Please pronounce the names of people and places described in your podcast. It severely detracts from the information you are presenting.

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Downers Grove
Jun 25 '18
Rating:   10
Nice Presentation

Enjoy the podcast very much and have picked up knowledge beyond the more well know masters.

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Imperialism2themax
Feb 26 '18
Rating:   10
Top Tier Podcast

Wonderful resource for anyone with a casual interest in Art History and the Renaissance. This podcast definitely sparked my interest in the subject. 10/10 would recommend.

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AmyFlo
Feb 4 '18
Rating:   6
Nice but needs more

While the podcaster clearly does his research and is passionate about the subject, I feel many of the episodes barely skim the surface of the subject matter. The editing is a bit choppy, but not too bad. I love that this podcast is available, but it would be great if there was more. I'm greedy!!

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The Monday American
Jan 22 '18
Rating:   10
Art for your eyes and your mind!

Listen, the Renaissance was a wild time where men were being paid to make solid gold doors, paint on ceilings, and one artist even cut off his own ear. A period where one of the best artists was named after one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles shows how difficult it must be to Podcast about it; this show handles the Renaissance better than any other out there! Subscribe, Listen, Love! A++ Show!

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Marcella Monico
Dec 9 '17
Rating:   2
Poorly researched

This could be the best Art History Podcast out there. The author is passionate about the subject and cares about it. There are two major issues with the podcast though: mispronunciation of recurrent words such as Signoria (which any history student should know how to pronounce) is very annoying (not to mention it discredits the author’s knowledge of the subject), and the lack of depth on the subjects themselves (like glossing over important facts, such as saying both Michelangelo and Leonardo were both painting the Battle of Anghiari in the Palazzo della Signoria, when Michelangelo was actually painting the Battle of Caccina). I finally had to stop listening when the author butchered the story of Michelangelo deceiving Soderini when “fixing” the David.

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