Northern Renaissance Art. Italian vs. Northern Renaissance Art In Depicting the Human Body, Dutch and Flemish Painters, Favored Realism Over the Idealism
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Italian vs. Northern Renaissance Art In Depicting the Human Body, Dutch and Flemish Painters, Favored Realism Over the Idealism of the Italian Renaissance.The Figures Differed as Well: Italian Renaissance Art Depicted Heroic Male Nudes. Northern Renaissance Art Depicted Prosperous Citizens and Peasants.
Which Painting is More Realistic?
How Does the Art of the Northern Renaissance Reflect The Humanism of the Northern Renaissance?How Can One Continue To See the Technical Achievements of the Italian Renaissance?
Jan van Eycks The Arnolfini Wedding
Bruegels Hunters In the Snow (1565)
Bruegels The Fight Between Carnival and Lent
How Can One See the Characteristics of the Northern Renaissance in This Painting?
Bruegels The Tower of Babel
Albrecht DurerVan Eyck and Bruegel were from the Low Countries; what is today the Netherlands and Belgium. Durer (1471-1528) was from Germany. He is considered to be the greatest artist of the Northern Renaissance. He is also known as the Leonardo of the North for his diversity of interests. He was fascinated with nature. He made many woodcuts for printmaking. He was also influenced by Italian art.
This is a self-portrait of Durer (1500). How does it reflect the values of the Northern Renaissance?
Durers The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.Where are the values of the period?