What were the distinctive characteristics of Renaissance art and architecture?
Renaissance architecture demonstrated a revival and development of certain elements
of ancient Greek and Roman thought as well as material culture. The Renaissance style
When the 'Madonna and Child' of Masaccio is compared with that of Titian's, we notice a
number of differences. The intellectual Florentines were mainly interested in shape, volume and
space; they used color only to distinguish one area from another. Flore
Baroque art came before Rococo art, and for those who are not very well
acquainted with these genres, hopefully this will help differentiate between the
two. Both are exquisite kinds of art, and both are well worth admiring.
What is Baroque art? Lets star
Art History II
Baroque and Rococo each reflect the predominant philosophies of the times in which
each style flourished. The Baroque period grew out of an increased interest in
naturalism as advances were made in astronomy and science. Art of
What qualities did the paintings of many northern artists have?
Northern art continued to carry on the late medieval tradition of the
need to pay attention to even the smallest of detail. Other contributions of
the northern art were having a