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How was Northern Renaissance art an amalgam of early Northern and Italian sources and influences?
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1 Artists of the sixteenth century were inspired by the Classical figures of the High Renaissance and ancient sources.
2 Artists often employed one-point, linear perspective in a systematic way to make the illusion of three-dimensional space convincing.
3 Artists looked to Northern Renaissance sources for surface textures and iconographical elements.
4 The oil painting and printmaking of sixteenth-century artists were inspired by Northern Renaissance artists.
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