Humanism, specifically through the Renaissance, was an enormous movement for the human mind all together and how personality in appearance of thoughts and ideas was celebrated. Custom had not been something to be blindly used any more. One might dispute that humanism performed the biggest role in creating the Renaissance. This is as a result of huge focus on learning Roman and Greek texts, which gave a fresh outlook on their modern world focused on the human capacity. Painting was influenced by humanism by becoming more realistic while also keeping varieties classic. In addition, it heavily centered on the real human experience. Both paintings I found showing this well were "THE INSTITUTION of Athens" by Raphael and "The Tribute Money" by Masaccio.