High Renaissance

High Renaissance is a style of Italian Renaissance art and architecture developed In the late 15th and early 16th centuries, characterized by an emphasis on draftsmanship, the Illusion of sculptural volume in painting, and in building, by the imitative use of whole orders and compositional arrangements in tile classical style, with great attention to tile formulation of compositional rules after the precepts of Vitruvius and the precedents of existing ruins.