The High Renaissance was probably the period in European history, which saw the most stunning advance and progress of Arts. The period was marked by rich patronage of the arts, revival humanism and spiritual values. The High Renaissance is considered to be the final phase of the Renaissance era that started in Italy during the 14th century. It was as a period of exceptional achievement and invention and saw vast improvement and development in classical studies. In addition to that, there was extensive patronage by wealthy aristocrats and a growing middle class who were capable enough to appreciate the artworks that this time brought about and whose enthusiasm for art made painters invent new and innovative painting techniques. Artworks of the High Renaissance period are characterized by impressive perspectives, complex compositions and more natural representations of figures. The High Renaissance period is considered as the culmination of a long process that involved a great deal of competition among artists and their willingness to experiment with new ideas. Painters were able to put human emotions on canvas using geometry, dramatic light, color and anatomy. In summary, it can be said that the artworks of the High Renaissance period are characterized by naturalism. The naturalistic style of painting created during the High Renaissance period is so vivid that it looks as if a scene depicted in a painting actually happened. It is also characterized by a dramatic use of light and shade, linear perspective, distortions in shapes and anatomy as well as refined portrayals of figures with human emotions. The art style High Renaissance was mainly inspired by Greek, Roman as well as the Platonic tradition, which emphasized rational thinking and mathematics that were visible in many artworks produced during this period. Therefore, it can be said that High Renaissance art style was mainly influenced by Humanism and beliefs that were prevalent during the time. The High Renaissance is one of the most influential art periods in Western Civilization; it saw rise to scientific discoveries, technological innovations, advancement in literature and theatre and a new understanding of human nature.