|Опубликовано: Июнь 14, 2007
Basaiti, Marco c.1470-1530
Bordone, Paris 1495-1570
Botticelli, Alessandro Filippepi 1445-1510
Brescia, Moretto da 1498-1554
Catena, Vincenzo di Biagio c.1470-1531
Cosimo, Piero di c.1462-1521
Ghirlandaio, Domenico 1449-1494
Giorgione, Giorgio da Castelfranco c.1477-1510
Leonardo, da Vinci 1452-1519
Lippi, Fra Filippo 1406-1469
Lotto, Lorenzo c.1480-1556
Messina, Antonello da c.1430-1479
Raphael, Raffaello Sanzio 1483-1520
Titian, Tiziano Vecellio c.1485-1576
Veneto, Bartolommeo da active: 1502-1555
Renaissance Art: painting, sculpture, architecture, and allied arts produced in Europe in the historical period called the Renaissance. Broadly considered, the period covers the 200 years between 1400 and 1600, although specialists disagree on exact dates. The word renaissance literally means "Rebirth" and is the French translation of the Italian rinascita. The two principal components of Renaissance style are the following: a revival of the classical forms originally developed by the ancient Greeks and Romans, and an intensified concern with secular life-interest in humanism and assertion of the importance of the individual. The Renaissance period in art history corresponds to the beginning of the great Western age of discovery and exploration, when a general desire developed to examine all aspects of nature and the world.
During the Renaissance, artists were no longer regarded as mere artisans, as they had been in the medieval past, but for the first time emerged as independent personalities, comparable to poets and writers. They sought new solutions to formal and visual problems, and many of them were also devoted to scientific experimentation. In this context, mathematical or linear perspective was developed, a system in which all objects in a painting or in low-relief sculpture are related both proportionally and rationally. As a result, the painted surface was regarded as a window on the natural world, and it became the task of painters to portray this world in their art. Consequently, painters began to devote themselves more rigorously to the rendition of landscape-the careful depiction of trees, flowers, plants, distant mountains, and cloud-filled skies. Artists studied the effect of light out-of-doors and how the eye perceives all the diverse elements in nature. They developed aerial perspective, in which objects become increasingly less distinct and less sharply colored as they recede from the eye of the viewer. Northern painters, especially those from Flanders and the Netherlands, were as advanced as the Italians in landscape painting and contributed to the innovations of their southern contemporaries by introducing oil paint as a new medium.
The High Renaissance (1480s - 1520s) is a rather subjective art term denoting the culmination of the art of the Early Renaissance. Generally counted among High Renaissance artists are Michelangelo Buonarroti, Raphael Sanzio and Leonardo da Vinci. Also active at this time were Giorgione, Titian and Giovanni Bellini. By about the 1520s (death of Raphael Sanzio, the sack of Rome), High Renaissance art gives way to a style known as Mannerism.
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