High Renaissance And Mannerism

Renaissance art can be categorized into two main periods, the High Renaissance and the Medieval periods. Each of these eras had many different art movements. Renaissance artwork can loosely be divided into three categories: Italian Renaissance, Greek/Roman Renaissance, and French Renaissance.

KEY IDEAS – EUROSTROPPINATA. The term’large renaissance’ is somewhat of a misnomer, since it isn’t truly representative of any specific period of time. In reality, it is a term used by many Renaissance artists to describe works which are influenced by Greek or Italian art, especially the works created during the Italian Renaissance. This movement was dominated by two important artistic characters, whom many refer to the’Dante’.

EUROSTROPPINATA These musicians were one of the most prominent figures of the high renaissance, and their works form the basis for a lot of what we know as the European Renaissance. They created beautiful depictions of faith and man made beauty. A number of the bits produced during this era are very famous and are still observed around the world. Some of the most notable painters from this age are Michelangelo, Lorenzo Ghiberti, Parmigiano, Donatello, Rubens, and Barbizon.

THE EUROSTROPPINATA The Italian Renaissance art movement was introduced to Italy by the Medici family, who were powerful in bringing in the Renaissance. These families were strong and commanded much of Italy, including the papacy, politics, trade, and much of the market. The family became more powerful after Donatello was murdered during a trip to Germany, and the family lost much of its energy. When the family was reunited at the middle ages, there was a brand new set of Italian painters, known as the’Selvene’. Some of the Most Well-known painters from this period are Jan Van Eyck, Giotto Bellini, Andrea del Sarto, Parmigiano, Botticelli, and Graziella Palladino.

THE EUROSTROPPINATA All these painters worked with an extremely innovative fashion, which is largely unknown compared to other periods in history. This style was unique since it combined the best elements of European art styles and implemented them together in an innovative way. The most obvious characteristic of the work in the fifteenth century was a fascination with the Gothic architecture. This served to solidify the bond between the city, and also the city-state of Florence.

FUGITO PASTA These musicians belonged to an elite group of artists known as the’Fugitani’. The term’Fugitano’ comes from the term’fugit’, meaning to fill or to cover. These musicians experimented with various distinct subjects. For example, one of these groups of painters known to get a blossom paint to be used on the fresco painting of the Virgin of Louvain. Another popular topic of the work was the Virgin Mary.