Famous Renaissance Artists
Vault offers the very best renaissance paintings in the renaissance / baroque section. Artists available include Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo & Titian. Famous religious paintings are also included. Rembrandt and Giorgione have also recently been added.
Many of the best renaissance artists came from Florence, Venice & Rome in Italy, Paris in France and also some from London, Britain and futher from some cities in North Europe.
The Renaissance era includes many disciplines, most notably Architecture, Dance, Literature, Music, Painting, Philosophy & Science. This article pays particular attention to renaissance painters, rather than covering all the different types of renaissance artists. For a more rounded look at the renaissance era you might like to try this Wikipedia article.
See below for a list of famous renaissance artists, separated into different regions as the renaissance era spread from it’s conception in Italy across the country and then abroad.
The Italian renaissance proved popular in Spain, France and Northern European countries such as Germany and the Flemish regions.
Further articles and information on each of the following artists are available throughout this website, simply use the browse search facility at the top of the page to find out more or simply contact us directly by email.
Famous Italian Renaissance Artists
- Leonardo da Vinci – successful in many fields of the renaissance era, and titled a “Renaissance man”.
- Michelangelo – successful in many fields of the renaissance era, and titled a “Renaissance man”.
- Sandro Botticelli
- Titian – Venice based artist who produced many famous religious-based paintings.
Famous French Renaissance Artists
- Jean Fouquet
- Jean and François Clouet
- (Sculptors Jean Goujon and Germain Pilon also achieved considerable fame.)
- Germain Pilon
Famous Spanish Renaissance Artists
- El Greco (Greek)
- Pedro Berruguete
- Alonso Berruguete
- Luis de Morales
- Juan de Flandes
- Alonso Sánchez Coello
- Fernando Gallego
- Bartolomé González y Serrano