Well, Hieronymous Bosch was pretty cool though he was Late Gothic and Flemish, so technically not Renaissance. His stuff was extremely bizarre, to the degree that he probably inspired things like Terry Gilliam's animations for Monty Python, or even more profound, lots of surrealist's works, like the stuff by Salvador Dali. More to the point, the Late Renaissance, or Manneristic period was full of weird, exaggerated, off proportional-yet-realistic images designed specifically to screw with your head and make you have to really think to figure out what's going on. So yeah, you want funny Renaissance, check out the expression of sheer impotent rage on Father Time's face in Bronzino's Allegory of Venus. And in the Burial of Count Orgaz, I swear that one dude is looking up the angel's dress. Seriously.
You guys probably didn't care about any of that, though, eh?
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