World Art - World Art A Medieval Ar t and Architecture o...

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World Art: A. Medieval Art and Architecture o Romanesque architectural style o Many columns used to hold up the roofs of large buildings o Bright colors o Items in pictures are not in proportion o Mostly religious themes o Rounded arches o No rose windows- Notre Dame- Rose Windows B. Renaissance art and architecture o Gothic architectural style o Much more realistic o Items pictured in proportion o Both secular and religious themes o Blended colors, due to the use of tempera paints o Pointed arches o o Highly Ornate Detail o Ex) Last supper, Sistine chapel, C. Reformation Art o Catholic Reformation art was of the baroque style and was designed to impress an illiterate population with the glory and grandeur of the Catholic Church.
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o N. European reformation art was very plain and usually depicted everyday life. o It is often referred to as the art of the Dutch Master, such as Rembrandt and Hals. D.
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course HISTORY GEA2000 taught by Professor Mr.adesina during the Spring '11 term at Broward College.

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