Italian Renaissance: One of the examples of Italian Renaissance would be the “Portrait of a Venetian” by Titian created in 1507. The media is oil on canvas. Its originally from,, but now it’s located in the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. The Italian Renaissance paintings is more focusing on secular scenes instead of only focusing on religious figures.This painting particularly, is a portrait of a Venetian. It apparently fits in the category of Italian Renaissance. Italian Baroque: “Joseph and Potiphar's Wife” is made by Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, called Guercino, in 1649. The drawing is originally from,,, and now it’s located at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. This drawing is oil on Canvas?? Italian Baroque style is identified by its irregular shaped obscure. Many artists noticed to draw shadows at that time. In this painting, Giovanni emphasized the shadow and the gesture. Impressionism: This painting, Bazille and Camille (Study for "Déjeuner sur l'Herbe"), made by Claude Monet in 1865 belongs to the category of Impressionism. It is now located in the National Gallery of Art in Washington Dc. It was made by oil on Canvas and the painting is originally from France. This painting emphasizes the depiction of lights by using visible brush strokes. The use of unmixed primary colors in this painting shows it well fits in the impressionism.