Umbrian School - UmbrianSchool:(15001650)

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 Umbrian School: (1500 - 1650) The Umbrian School was an Italian school of painting that was popular during the 15th and 16th centuries.  The tenets of the movement were based on the artistic center, Perugia and executed by artists such as  Perugino, Pinturicchio, and Raphael. The school emphasized perspective and geometrical composition.  The artists also modeled figures and objects by means of light and color. Perugino, Pietro - 1450 - 1523 Perugino, Pietro - 1450 - 1523 Venetian School: (1450 - 1600) In the mid 15th century, Venice was a thriving Republic, enjoying a healthy trade economy. Venice s  prosperity allowed it to support the art and artists. The Republic was filled with decorative artists,  architects, and traditional artist guilds. The area s location did not allow much outside influence, permitting  the Venetian artists to develop their own style revolving around light and color. In addition to an emphasis on light, Venetian painters also had a distinct smooth brushstrokes. The artists 
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