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    Giotto Di Bondone,St.Francis Receiving the Stigmatization,C.1300 Giotto Di Bondone was an early renaissance painter who captured many works of art, a lot of them involving the church and christian religion.Giotto was born 1276 in Vespignano, Italy. Giotto was the student of the Florence painter Cimabue. Giotto contributed a lot of his early career to the creation of paintings in the upper chapel of the st.Francis of assisi church in Assisi that was later destroyed by Napoleon's church. Later he constructed what some saw as his most influential work which was a painted decoration in the Scrovegni Chapel. “The theme is Salvation, and there is an emphasis on the Virgin Mary, as the chapel is dedicated to the Annunciation” (“Giotto di Bondone the complete works” 1) which is mostly why it is so influential.Giotto painted St.Francis receiving the stigmatization in between both of these two events. This paintings main theme is realism and expression. In this picture everything is very natural. For example, the painting is being taken outside and St.Francis is on his knees instead of standing or praying in a conventional sense. Furthermore, Giotto mostly uses colors that coordinated to earth like green, and brown. St. Francis expression isn't one that seems like he knows what is going on because he does not seem as…

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    Giotto di Bondone, born Colle di Vespignano, near Florence in 1266, is recognized as being a revolutionary who started the evolution of the flat, Byzantine styled painting technique into something more realistic and three dimensional. Giotto was active during a time known as the Proto-Renaissance in Florence, which refers to the pre-Renaissance period (1300-1400) in Italy. He spent his early years as an apprentice of Cimabue. He is best known for his frescos and paintings. Giotto was supposedly…

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    Giotto di Bondone was an Italian painter and architect from Florence during the Late Middle Ages. He is generally considered to be the most important Italian painter of the fourteenth century, revered as the father of European painting and the first of the great Italian ma sters. One of his most famous depictions of Christ is this image of the crucifixion, probably painted between 1288 and 1289, which came to be known as the Giotto Crucifix. https ://www.mycatholicgifts.com/giotto -…

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    the nation of culture. Art was not being appreciated in the manner it deserved. Giotto Di Bondone was one of the artist who worked during this time. Di Bondone was the one artist who was brave enough to take the first step towards the renaissance. He started…

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    Giotto di Bondone, of Florence, and Jan van Eyck, of Bruges were both revolutionary artist during the Late Gothic and Early Renaissance era (c. 1300-1500). However, each artist had incredibly different styles and utilized different mediums that they would later become known for. Giotto lived and worked in Florence during a period when religious subjects and styles had been laid down by centuries of tradition. As the first artist to depict human emotion, his influence put Western art on a path to…

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    during the Renaissance was the forefront to the discovery of “realism”. The time period consisted of great artist’s such as Cimabue, Donatello, Leonardo da Vinci, and Michelangelo. One of the paintings that I have chosen to compare was painted by Giotto di Bondone. “Lamentation”, casted in 1305, can be found in the Arena Chapel, in Padua, Italy (Kleiner). Giotto emerged during the Proto-Renaissance in the 14th Century. During the 14th century, Italy was threatened by the Bubonic plague, a…

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    This will be a description of “The Lamentation” by Giotto di Bondone (1305). One thing that stands out in this painting is the use of line. The artist’s use and qualities of the lines brings out the purpose and meaning of the painting, as well as what is actual and implied. The fresco painting depicts the body of Christ, Christ’s supporters, and the Angels in heaven after he had been crucified. This being the actual focal point of the artwork. The downward-left diagonal line of the mountain in…

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    The famous Italian wall painting is located in Padua, and is suspected to have been created around 1305 or 1306. Since its creation, the work has had to overcome many restorations to be presented to the public. Enrico Scrovegni was the patron in charge of Giotto’s creation, and the piece is theorized to have been a work dedicated to Mary in order to abolish his family’s sin. Depicted in the work is the narrative of Mary and Jesus, as well as the intimidating scene of the Last Judgement. Located…

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    Giotto’s The Lamentation found in Arena Chapel in Padua, Italy, is a fresco created during 1305 through 1306. Due to the fact that the Renaissance began in the early 1300 some people call this period, Late Gothic or Proto-Renaissance. In any case revolution has begun to take place in the early 1300. The way that people thought about the world, about themselves and their relation to God was changing. Giotto is considered one of the first artist to take the biggest step away from the spiritual…

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