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How did the northern renaissance differ from the italian renaissance?

How did the northern renaissance differ from the italian renaissance?
For the answer to the question above,  Florence in Italy was the birthplace of the Renaissance and from there is spread through France to Northern Europe. With the Renaissance, the movement came humanism which had a huge impact on religion in Northern Europe. It leads to the arrival of the Reformation and the turmoil that came with it. Catholicism in Italy, however, remained untouchable. Protestantism never really happened in Italy. With regard to art. In Italy artists still did religious themed paintings but also started depicting the VIPees of the era and putting them in backgrounds from Ancient Greece and Rome. This never really caught on in Northern Europe (at least not to the extent as in Italy). In Northern Europe, they continued depicting religious figures for a much longer period of time. Later on, they abandoned this and focused on depicting scenes from daily life, painting ordinary people and ordinary scenes (Breughel and Van Eyk). The Italian Renaissance Men and Women did not do this. ...

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