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    Bondone chief of architect in 1334. Giotto was an artist that designed all his artwork and their postures according to nature. When finishing his artwork, he did not sign it. For that reason, he did not get credit for most of his paintings. Many people tried to copy his techniques. After all, he was given the title Magnus Magister for being such a great painter. All of his artwork were beliefs of religious. He was known to study people’s emotion. All of the things he observed would appear in his artwork. He was one of the people to reveal a new pictorial style. When painting, he would make use of his space. This was to give the viewers a sense of involvement in his work. One of his best art pieces is the series of 39 frescos in Scrovegeni Chapel in Padua. In the 39 frescos painting, you are able to see how he narrates and depicts biblical stories. This ended up being up one of his masterpieces. You can see how he emphasizes an image within his paintings. Being from a small village, he was totally self-taught. Giotto expressed the meaning in his artwork. His technique was different from the others. It was stated that growing up he would use tighter-than-normal brush strokes to create more of a realistic look in his paintings. When creating art, his main technique to aim for was human forms. You were able to see how he illustrates realistic paintings representing The Life of Christ. It is even stated that he was the one to bring representational art to the highest expression…

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    sPreservation of the Sistine Chapel One of the most important monuments to human artistic inginuitiy and history is widely regarded to be the Sistine Chapel. Consecrated in 1483, a group of renaiscance painters consisting of Sandro Botticelli, Pietro Perguino, Pinturicchio, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Cosimo Roselli, created the numerous frescos that adorn its walls and ceiling. The paintings have held up magnificiently over time, however, the era in which they were created were no the best for…

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    Fresno Art Museum: An Exceptional Experience Upon visiting the Fresno Art Museum, I was pleasantly greeted with several local as well as world renowned paintings, sculptures, pottery, and murals. There were numerous exhibits dedicated to art, Latin American pottery, and even one fully devoted to Gary Soto, a Fresno native, whose children’s books were displayed in the museum along with paintings from the illustrations of his several acclaimed books. The overall environment was filled with great…

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    a preference for sculptural art. This, in turn, allows for the argument that Michelangelo’s paintings would likely, if not necessarily, contain elements of sculptural art to be made. One of the ways in which one might corroborate the notion that Michelangelo’s paintings contain elements of sculptural art is by looking through Michelangelo’s portfolio of painted work and comparing the bodily constructions and expressions of the assorted figures adorning these against those of the statues from…

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    Since the early 1200s, there are many forms of architecture, sculpture, and architecture that are important bodies of work that present elements of the past and the future. Personally, the visually pleasing works of art are seen in paintings, from Berlinghieri, Bosh, Raphael, Caraccai, Tinteretto, and Michaelangelo. Each artist are influenced by the previous style period and have concepts that influence the following period. Firstly, in the early 1200s, the Proto-Renaissance shows the…

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    One of the greatest paintings ever made is located in the Sistine Chapel. This chapel is in the Apostolic Palace, which is the official residence of the Pope. Within the Sistine Chapel, the celling was painted by Michelangelo. This painting depicting nine scenes from the book of Genesis, including “The Separation of Light from Darkness”, “The Sacrifice of Noah” and “The Fall of Man and the Expulsion from the Garden of Eden”, is known as one of the wonders in the Renaissance Era. In addition,…

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    centers known for its many fresco painted chamber tombs.0 An augur is a roman priest, however the Etruscan augur is an official who closely watches the game taking place in order to enforce rules and act as a judge on matters arising from the games.0 On the main wall, two men extend one arm toward the door and place one hand against their forehead, their positions suggest salute and mourning. A large door is also…

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    In the curing times, I believe that we have never seen an oil painter like Jenny Saville. To me, her work is something I could spend hours looking at. The way her paint blends but yet how it still stand out on its own. The way she paints is not going to painting to painting, she takes her time with each piece to make it the best that it can be. Many people compare her work to Lucian Ferdana and Sir Peter Paul Rubens. Saville is renowned for her update to the traditional oil painting, having…

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    century. Raphael’s School of Athens was painted in a room at the Vatican that held great importance to the Church. Even though this was a sacred location, the series of paintings depicted realistic representations of Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle. Plato is pointing his hand towards heaven and Aristotle points to the earth. He paints his meeting of mythical figures around a grand Roman architectural setting with its high dome, vault ceiling, and pilasters. Raphael’s use of these…

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    In the poem Iphigenia by Tennyson, Alfred, Lord and the painting "The Sacrifice of Iphigenia" by Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista They explain the idea the with all of your actions come consequences and Agamemnon's consequence was the sacrifice of his daughter. They took this story and created how they saw it because told an important lesson that needs to be taught to common day people. Iphigenia was a young girl whose father upset the goddess Artemis during the Trojan war and had to be sacrificed to…

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