Download file to see previous pages...
a short time difference, the former artist belonged to the School of Florence and can be seen as a typical representative of Renaissance while the latter articulated a new period which is called Mannerism.
To begin with, it may be particularly important to examine the similarities which can be found in the two works of art. First of all, the most obvious point that the two paintings share is colors of the clothes that Mary the Virgin wears. Thus, the authors adhered to the tradition and depicted her wearing old fashion garments, one of which is red and the other is blue. The contrast between these two colors is easily recognizable and is pleasing to the eye. While both authors used red, the intensity of this color is different: on the former picture it is significantly lighter than on the second one.
Another point that the two works of art share is the posture of Mary. As one can easily see, she is depicted sitting and looking at her child. It is rather obvious that this composition can be interpreted from different points of view. On the one hand, this kind of posture reflects the biblical story and might be seen as a typical one. On the other hand, it is quite natural for a mother to look at her child while being painted or taken picture of. That is why the general atmosphere of the picture is incredibly humanistic: it depicts behavior of almost real people which contributes to warm perception of it.
The third aspect which should be taken into account while considering the similarities between the two pictures is the way the two characters look. It must be noted that they do not look straight at the audience, but down and to the side. The reason why Mary is depicted in such a way can be easily understood: she looks at her son who is smaller than her and is sitting on her laps; that is why, it is natural for her to look down. However, the child also looks down and to the side. There are might be several ways to explain it. According to one of them, people can
...Download file to see next pagesRead More
Although this brief paper is not the proper format to describe the socio-political and cultural aspects that gave rise to each of the four pieces which will be discussed, it is however an appropriate format to discuss the levels of meaning and briefly touch on the cultural influences which gave rise to each of the different eras which will be discussed.
Both images and text have a focus on the personalities involved in the production, and they also adhere to many of the standard film advertising conventions, but there is in this case a further dimension of establishing the film’s credentials as a classic of the film genre.
The picture is the trademark painting of Bernardino Fungai which is regarded as among the famous Sienese who worked for the ancient Benvenuto aesthetic expert, helping him in frescoes and to decorate the circle or drum of Seina cathedral in 1482. The colors used in the picture are an alluring combination in which the dark colors are used on the main characters and a shining shade is given on the main scene whereas the saints and other people are shown in the background.
Whereas, Madonna may denote Mary in other perspectives, in the sphere of art, the application of the term is precisely to the piece of artwork whereby Mary is the central figure and focal point of the image. Worshipping saints or adoring angels may surround Mary and baby Jesus.
Some of the factors for consideration in visual analysis include: elements in the image, colors used, main characters in the image, scene of image, context of image and tone of the image. Elements The Batkid picture was taken on 15th November 2013. The picture was taken in San Francisco city and has been organized by a foundation known as Make-a-Wish foundation.
used by most Renaissance painters where the colors of their artwork are built by a layers of color where each layer is glazed over an underpainting to achieve a final artwork that is stunningly beautiful such as Benvenuto Tisi da Garofalo’s Madonna and Child in Glory.
This visual art analysis paper is to review four pottery objects from the ancient Greek art in different periods. These periods are the geometric period - Heron Class Olla, Orientalizing period - Miami Painter_Skyphos (Drinking Vessel), archaic period Rycroft Painter Column
The country had was ruled by the romans who were opposed to the teachings of Christ and they took every opportunity that they had to question his behavior and discredit him among his followers. The romans