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Renaissance Art – Expression, Emotion and Emphasis on Perspective
The Renaissance created a form of art or painting whose expression, manifestation and illustration was fully dependant on cultural awareness being reborn. The level of learning and the exponential leaps artists took in this time in the 14 th and 17 th centuries was unheard of. The heart of the Renaissance took place for the most part in Italy but was not confined there by any means. Many other European countries also had a revival of the arts all their own.
What is a Renaissance work of art?
This period was known for a renewed interest in the art of the ancient Greek and Roman artworks and design. Particularly, the focus on Renaissance art and paintings included emphasis on the human body, the environment that these people lived in, their beliefs, and the science and philosophy that was prevelant for the people who lived in ancient Greece and Rome .
How to define Renaissance art
People who successfully came up with now renowned Renaissance work of arts wanted to express and show the joy and beauty of human nature and depict life's pleasures through artistic pieces. Renaissance arts and paintings are more lifelike than most other types of art and paintings because the painters and artists studies the nature of human beings, their perspective, and the differences in the way that they see things. The result of every single piece of Renaissance art is rare, exceptional and unique to the painter. As a result of such perspective, Renaissance art often has more depth and emotion than any other types of art.
The people who lived by Renaissance art
Many different artists and painters took an interest towards Renaissance works of art. In fact, some of the most popular painters and artists have been made known to the rest of the world by creating some of the most astounding Renaissance work of arts ever. Donatello, Leonardo da Vinci, Domenico Ghilandaio, Andrea Mantegna, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, are a few examples of some of the great Renaissance artists.
The unforgettable Renaissance artists
Italy was where Renaissance art started taking place at the time of the great artist called Giotto who lived in Florence . Looking back to his paintings and art, his works of art showed depth and a lot of emotion. The bodies were solid. The background had real perspective. And of course, everyone's heard of the famous Renaissance man named Leonardo da Vinci. His paintings are well known to this very day and his Renaissance pieces like Mona Lisa and the Last Supper revealed the way he looked at situations and people. To this very day, many are still guessing about the smile behind the most famous Renaissance art ever created -The Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci.
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