Michelangelo's "The Creation of Adam" (c. 1511)
Michelangelo's "The Creation of Adam" (c. 1511)
Michelangelo painted this painting

The Renaissance wanted their art to have joy in human beauty and life's pleasures. Art during the renaissance looks more real ( lifelike) than the art from the Middle Ages. the Renaissance artists studied there point of view, or the differences in the way things look when they are close to something or from a distance when there far away. The artists painted, sketched, drew in a way that showed these differences. their paintings seem to look more real than other paintings.

there was many important changes throughout history because of renaissance art. over the period of time there was a steady rise in the status of art. Painters, sculptors, and architects grew sympathy expressed for the visual arts.
humanism was a move away from religious part of the world only god and church was what people really cared about or what they would focus on. they represented it in renaissance art to the extent that religious themes are no longer the exclusive subject matter of art.