Sandro Botticelli And Leonardo Da Vinci's Art

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For a long years, many artist have been creating, looking for, criticizing, and enjoying art. A lot of artist have been famous by their art, like Vincent Van Gogh or Leonardo da Vinci. And now I’m going to introduce 3 artists, which are Sandro Botticelli, Giovanni Piranesi, and Dominique Ingres and explain 3 arts from each artist.
First artist is Sandro Botticelli. Who is Sandro Botticelli? He was a famous Italian Painter on the early renaissance. Renaissance is the art that influence by classical models in the 14th to 16th centuries. His actual name is “Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi”. Botticelli was born in 1445 in the city of Florence. He went to the Florentine school to learn painting. His master was Fra Filippo Lippi, who was influenced
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This art is the most famous painting of his art in the world. This painting was made in 1486 and right now this art is in “Piazzale degli Uffizi” in Italia. The Birth of Venus depicts several gods which are Venus, Zephyr, Horae, Avra or Chloris. Let’s see who are them. First, Venus who is standing demurely on the seashell, she is the god of love. Zephyr who is blowing wind to Venus is the god of the West. Avra or Chloris, who is carried by Zephyr associated with Spring and blossoming flowers. And lastly, Horae is a god of the seasons, who is ready with a cape to clothe Venus. Most would think this art is the first one but it’s actually not. Botticelli pulled Venus’s pose from ancient art. The first drawing of these is believed date back to the 2nd or 3rd century BCE. This art may have been inspired by a poem. From this art, there is a tears on Venus eyes if you see closer …show more content…
He was an Italian artist famous for his etchings in Rome. Uncle Matteo Lucchesi taught Giovanni the architect. His father was a great stonemason. Also, his brother was young artist who introduced Giovanni to Ancient civilization. Giuseppe Vasi found Giovanni’s talent was beyond engraving. Giovanni studied with his new master Giuseppe Vasi, who introduced him to the art of etching and engraving of the city. He studied and collaborate with Vasi and came out of “French Academy in Rome”. It was his first work in academy. When he was 20, he started to work in Rome as a draughtsman for Marco Foscarini, who is an ambassador of the new Pope Benedict XIV. He drew “Imaginary Prisons” which is the best artwork in that time. Then he returned to Rome, which place in Via del corso. In 1761, he became a member of the Academia de San Luca. Then he died in November 9, 1778 in

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