Art of Medieval Europe and Rome
It is common knowledge that the art Italy took a visual form. Ancient Rome for this matte, the main forms of Ancient Rome are architecture, sculpture, mosaic work and painting. As of now no paintings stood the test of time in ancient Rome. Ideally, majority of paintings in Rome were done using what was known as the secco method. It is now known that most of Roman painting ideas were borrowed from the Greeks. Furthermore, these Roman paintings carried important messages with variety of themes. Theses themes included portraits, scenarios of daily life and somewhat mythological subjects. Either way, some portraits invoked
On the same length the expression of art was considerably left by those works which survived the classical age because the medieval art was religiously influenced. Medieval Europe adapted a lot of things from the Romans. These include art and architecture and theatre The Romans were endowed with building comparatively superior roads that were well connected to each other. This was a style that was well adapted across Europe. The architecture behind the construction of Monarchs such like the Charlemagne can be rooted back to the Greco-Roman period.
The architecture of medieval Europe should be associated with genius. Matter of factly, people of medieval Europe and the Romans were exceptional builders. Their architecture was both tremendous and restrained.