How did early renaissance paintings differ from middle age paintings in directing religious themes?
They featured more realism and emotion.
Renaissance paintings show figures in earthly settings; figures in medieval paintings have heavenly gold backgrounds. Read More
How did early Renaissance paintings differ from Middle Ages paintings in depicting religious themes?
They featured more realism and emotion Read More
How did early Renaissance paintings depicting religious themes differ from paintings created during the Middle Ages?
they featured more realism and emotion Read More
In what way did northern renaissance paintings differ from Italian renaissance paintingss differ from Italian renaissance?
size Read More
Size They were done on a smaller scale Read More
perspective instead of only two dimensional Read More
there were more paintings of mirrors and more tulips also don't forget the tulips Read More
While Renaissance paintings used linear perspective quite commonly, medieval paintings used other types of perspective. This meant that the treatment of perspective in Renaissance painting was closer to what you would see in a photograph. Renaissance artists were often trained in anatomy, but medieval painters almost never were. So the Renaissance art tended to be more anatomically correct. Renaissance artists were interested in different things than medieval artists. Medieval artwork tended to deal with idealized… Read More
Pre-Renaissance paintings were relatively flat compared to those of the Renaissance, and they often featured important religious figures. Little attention was given to body size, proportions, perspective, detail, and several other factors. When the Renaissance came around, naturalism and secularism were expressed in artistic creations. Artists began to stray away from religious events, though religion was still very important, and featured humans or figures of classical Greek and Rome in their works. Individualism was also… Read More
SIZE Read More
How did early renaissance paintings differ from middle ages paintings in deplicting religious themes?
in the middle ages, they used symbolism. eg. gold background = heaven, rocks = earth in the renaissance, they used much more realistic techniques. what you see is what it is like in reality (or close to it) and also they tend to use local landscape in the early renaissance artworks like The Tribute Money by Masaccio in c1427 where the landscape is of the Arno Valley whilst the painting is about St Peter paying… Read More
Paintings before the Renaissance: people saw in only a 2 dimensional figure, but in the Renaissance, people saw art in a 3 dimensional figure. Painters in the Renaissance gave attention to body size, proportions, perspective, and detail. Read More
It was more invested in personal achievement. It was less religious It was more secular. Read More
italian renaissance Read More
The artists of the renaissance period started using perspective in their paintings and creating a 3 dimensional aspect to the work. The art works before this period were very flat, all the characters stood in the same plane and the backgrounds didn't converge to any point. Read More
Italian Renaissance Art was about the beautiful human body. Read More
Renaissance art differ from earlier periods in terms of painting technique Renaissance artists used oil paints on dry walls. Read More
Renaissance motet had one text in Latin Read More
The Northern Renaissance held onto Gothic art and architecture, and their artists were few and scattered, unlike the Italian Renaissance. Read More
Early renaissance was very different b/c they were just getting started..... What began in the Early Renaissance was perfected in the High Renaissance. Read More
The 14th-17th century Renaissance was a cultural movement. The 12th century Renaissance was more of a political and economic movement Read More
It was differ because frank wanted it to be! and because he used different kind of techniques. Read More
UNVA....? Read More
how did renassance scholars differ from those of medieval scholars Read More
The Northern Renaissance is still based on Christian values, which leads to the rise of Christian Humanists. Northern Renaissance was not different. Northern Renaissance was just like Italian. Read More
The Medieval world tended to be Theocentric. The Renaissance world tended to be Anthropocentric. Read More
i dont know peeps Read More
Florence in Italy was the birthplace of the Renaissance and from there is spread through France to Northern Europe. With the Renaissance movement came humanism which had a huge impact on religion in Northern Europe. It lead to the arrival of the Reformation and the turmoil that came with it. Catholicism in Italy however remained untouchable. Protestantism never really happened in Italy. With regard to art. In Italy artists still did religious themed paintings but… Read More
I can still like someone even if we differ in our religious beliefs. Read More
It was more invested in personal acheivement Read More
There were only two major Renaissances in Europe. There was the Northern Renaissance and the Italian Renaissance. If you want to know the differences, there is a link below to help you learn the difference between the two and what caused them to happen in different time periods. Read More
His paintings showed emotional intensity and his figures seemed to have volume. Read More
Human experience in the present was explored. Read More
the renaissance was more of a revolution there were more scientific discoveries and it was time of great knowledge mainly during the medieval times it was more of "kings and queens serfdom during the renaissance they were eliminating serfdom" Read More
In the Medieval times the motet was a secular polyphonic vocal genre. Later on in the Renaissance time it became a sacred or devotional polyphonic vocal genre. Read More
Art was more life like and realistic in renaissance art, the middle ages art was mostly looked flat and without depth. Read More
How does the Renaissance mindset differ from thr Middle Ages and influence the evolution of Modern Western Europe?
http://www.google.ca Read More
Size, date of founding and religious orientation. Read More
sauce Read More
How does religious difference make people different, people are good or they are bad. But their habit differ with religious diffrences. Read More
They used perspective as a technique. Read More
How did Akbar's religious policy in the mid-1500s differ from the religious policy of a different emperor in the late 1600s?
Cuz it's his rules :d. Read More
The names of their messiahs and the books they follow. Otherwise they are all the same if you look at it from a non-religious standpoint. Read More
An oligarchy has a religious foundation, but a monarchy is governed by a king or queen. Read More
i thinkit mainly differed by who paid for the paintings in florence and rome it was mainly the roman catholic church in northern Europe theres was mainly protestants of course there was many exceptions da vinci had military and anatomical buyers and albrecht durer was more advanced in many ways with hes mystical and mathematical magic numbers as in melancolia one Read More
You know, this and that and everything else. Uhhh no sorry... Lolz idk im sorry :( Read More
Art became more lifelike. Humanisum also effected this. In the middle ages, artist sculpted statues as stiff symbols. During the Renaissance statues became more lifelike. Read More
Monet uses little dots whereas Warhol are formed differently Read More
differ greatly in culture, religious practices, and economic activities. Read More