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    Italian Renaissance to the artworks of the Renaissance in the North, you have to understand the roots of the Renaissance. Renaissance has a special meaning, referring to a period of the grand florescence of the arts in Italy during the 14th century and progressed and migrated, in the 15th and 16th centuries, to Northern Europe. The Renaissance was stimulated by the revival of the classical art forms of ancient Greece and Rome. The “re-birth of knowledge,” better known as the Renaissance, can be

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    The era of Renaissance art produce some of the most famous works of art that we’ve seen during our lifetimes. Dutch or Northern Renaissance art like Italian both included various forms of portraits that express variations of human behaviors. The styles were a bit different as Italian focused on linear perspective and Dutch was more focused on attention to detail and making them lifelike. Both used oil based paints however, Italian Renaissance art was more mythical and religious whereas Dutch were

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    thousands of fresco paintings lining church walls, all depicting a certain time in that religion. These paintings are called fresco paintings. A very popular kind of mural painting in cathedrals and churches all around Italy. While the origins of fresco paintings are unknown, The first recorded fresco paintings were done by the Minoans during the bronze age civilization of crete. Early frescos were also painted in Morocco and Egypt. This dates back to around 2000 BCE. Fresco paintings were also common

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    When looking at the paintings that were created throughout the Renaissance art period, there are multiple paintings that depict religious stories. The best of these paintings has Jesus depicted within them. The majority of these paintings were created by those who had a large impact on the art “world” today. One of the most famous paintings that reveals religion within it is The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, which is similarly to The Wedding at Cana by Paolo Veronese. When analyzing these two

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    The Renaissance was big part of the past era even today we still have festivals celebrating the Renaissance. I am going to compare and contrast the difference between three different paintings and sculptures that were a big part of the Renaissance era. The Limbourg brothers were both born in the Netherlands, but worked in France. They featured calendars of religious feast days; these calendars are richly embellished with finely detailed scenes of activities and tasks associated with certain months

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    The Early vs. the High Renaissance - I've decided to go with Piero Della - Francesca Battista Sforza and Frederico Da Montefeltro vs. Raphael Agnelo Doni and Maddalena Strozzi. Paintings. Despite their many differences, there are also some similarities between the portraits made by these two artists. Discussing pg. 620 (20-31) Piero Della Francesca Battista Sforza and his wife and Frederico Da Montefeltro, an Italian artist during the Early Renaissance, Fifteenth Century in Uffizi, Florence. The

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    and religious paintings”, Carol Strickland stated in her book “The Annotated Mona Lisa” (32). During the Renaissance period, artists discovered new techniques, that gave paintings and sculptures more character. It seems, the paintings that were created during this time, have multiple layers that give the paintings more meaning and makes the painting livelier. An artist before the Renaissance period used tempera paint on a wood panel. However, artists creating art during the Renaissance period used

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    Two Paintings from the Renaissance Period Introduction This paper will compare the themes found in the paintings "Madonna and Child with St. John the Baptist and an Angel" by Domenico di Bartolomeo Ubaldini (Puligo) and "Madonna Enthroned" by Giotto. Both paintings deal with fables from the Christian faith but were executed during different periods in art. The Giotto painting was created around 1310 and the Puglio painting was executed between 1518 – 1520. Here, these two paintings have

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    High Renaissance Painting in Florence and environs, 1490-1550 Learning about the art history in general during the Renaissance period makes anyone’s interpretation towards art change to the better. You become aware, of the color harmonization’s, and reason behind each detail drawn in a portrait or made in a sculpture. Symmetry, geometry and color coordination were revolutionized in portraits and paintings by famous artist like Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael which is momentous. These

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    Introduction and Objective Jan van Eyck painted portraits and religious paintings during the Northern Renaissance. He painted portraits of royalty and other wealthy people. Van Eyck also painted religious paintings for the church. Van Eyck was one of the only Northern Renaissance painters who could read and write. He signed his own paintings with a clever signature. He also wrote lengthy inscriptions on his paintings. Van Eyck’s work is still copied today. Today's lesson objective is: The

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