We have learned from the history that during the period of early Renaissance many of the artists used various scientific tools. For example many artists used linear perspective and different geometrical tools. (Clark, 1983) Artists used scientific tools to make art more naturalistic in all aspects. This combination of science and arts is known as the scientific naturalism. The use of science allowed artists to believe in different kind of thinking and they all made big contributions in the early period of Renaissance. Scientific tools made their thinking more innovative and they started to believe that they are more than just skilled laborers. As the artists of Italy and other parts of Europe started the use of math and science they used their brains more than their hands.
Naturalism changed the course of the arts forever. It became an important element of the early Renaissance. In the world of arts the term naturalism means the description of realistic objects in their natural setting. Italian artists applied naturalism to their art in reaction to the medieval beliefs and emphasis on supernatural concepts. In its originality it reflected the signs of close study of nature.