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DESCRIPTIONRomanesque paintings are from medieval period, only depicting religious sentiments. Were enormous in size and covered entire church walls. "To know more about it......watch this presentation."
- 1. (The Age Of Pilgrimages)By: Neha KestwalM.DES (1st Semester)Visual and Design Culture Wall panting from Church - S. Angelo in Formis
2. History Romanesque Era 11th 12th Century.Travelled from Holy Empire Rome toItaly, France, Germany, Spain and England. Era where Christianity flourished. 3. InfluencedRomanesque PaintingByzantine PaintingRoman SculptureGothic Painting 4. CharacteristicsMurder of Innocent in BethlehemAuthor : artist from southern FranceDate :c. 1180Technique :FrescoType :religiousForm :paintingLocation :The Panten de los Re 'es of San Isidoro inLeonSource : E- Book Romanesque Architecture,Sculpture, Painting (Art Book), Edited by RolfToman; pp. 391Wall Painting using technique Frescoes, Secco andTempera.Flat Drawing.Lack Perspective. Elongated Body Parts.Use of Black color to outline figure. Religious, Bring out message of stories of oldAnd new Testaments. Hierarchy shown by gradual decrease in sizes.Eyes are wide open.According to areas under Romanesque there is little changein paintings.Uses Bright and intense Colors (Red, Yellow, Orange, Blue) 5. Visual Representation of ImageExpression less face; buteyes are wide open.Providing feeling of strictreligious sprituality.Religioussentiments shownby gesturalrepresentation.Like in Byzantineera pictures areenclosed inside aframe. 6. Variation in Romanesque PaintingThree Christs in Majesty provide examples:Church- Sant'Angelo in Formis (around 1080),Church -San Clemente in Tahull (around 1123), andChurch -Berze-la-Ville (around 1120). 7. Christ in Majesty Follow east-Roman pictorial system. No depictions of a majesty with theEvangelists symbols are known inConstantinople. artist integrated north Carolingian andRoman/early Christian pictorial conceptions inorder to create his Christ in Majesty.Byzantine Style.Author : Abbot Desiderius of MontecassinoDate :c. 1120Technique :FrescoType :religiousForm :paintingLocation :Sant'Angelo in FormisSource : : E- Book Romanesque Architecture,Sculpture, Painting (Art Book), Edited by Rolf Toman;pp. 409 8. Christ in Majesty The face of God in Sant Angelo in Formisturns into a mask in Tahull. Sant Angelo is depicted in asofter and more animated style; and appearsharder and more rigid in Tahull. (Influence ofM0zarabic style)Date :c 1123Technique :FrescoType :religiousForm :paintingLocation :Apse of San Clemente TahullCurrent Location : Barcelona, Museo de Arte deCatalunaSource : : E- Book Romanesque Architecture,Sculpture, Painting (Art Book), Edited by Rolf Toman;pp. 409 9. Christ in Majesty faced with soft, flowing linesand a sublime use of color. strict formalism which was derivedfrom the Byzantine monumentalstyle. Change in Gown, the dense folds ofwhich wind Themselves along thevarious parts of the bodies.Date :c. 11 CenturyTechnique :FrescoType :religiousForm :paintingLocation :Bern-la-VilleSource : : E- Book Romanesque Architecture,Sculpture, Painting (Art Book), Edited by Rolf Toman;pp. 409 10. GROUP COMPOSITIONTwo basic types can be distinguished, the additive and the integrative principle.Additive principle: The figures are placed next to one another without significantoverlapping.Integrative principle: The figures are arranged both side by side and behind oneanother, resulting overlaps are very conspicuous and are supposed to suggest a feeling ofspatial depth. But such group compositions often appear like a flat piling-up of bodieswithout conveying any spatial connection. 11. Additive IntegrativeDecoration Church of Sant Angelo DI FormisDate :c. 1123Technique :FrescoType :religiousForm :paintingLocation :ItalyAuthor : CATALAN ROMANESQUE PAINTERDate :c. 1123Technique :FrescoType :religiousForm :paintingLocation :Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, BarcelonaSource : http://www.lib-art.com/artgallery/37444-the-madonna-enthroned-romanesque-painter-catalan.html 12. Four ApostlesDate :c. 12th centuryTechnique :FrescoType :religiousForm :paintingLocation : S. Clemente, RomeSource :Book- The history of Art ArchitecturePainting Sculpture; Author - Hamlyn 13. Preservation of Fresco PaintingProtection and Support Bandage applied(cotton gauze and polyvinyl alcohol)Difficult Section Removed(soft brushes and localizedvacuuming)Easier Section Removed(with a paper pulp compresssaturated with bicarbonate ofammonia solutions andremoved with de-ionized water)Removed sections are strengthened with barium hydratecracks and detachments are stopped with lime putty and injected withan epoxy resin loaded with micronized silica 14. ReferencesE- Book Romanesque Architecture, Sculpture, Painting (Art Book), Edited by RolfTomanwww.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/508431/Romanesque-artwww.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/rmsq/hd_rmsq.htmBook A world of Art; Author Hugh Honour & John Fleming (7th Edition: 709Reference: 8512)Book The History of Art Architecture Painting Sculpture; Author Hamlyn (700.9MYE, Reference: 227) 15. Thank you