Men's portraits 15th century hall in art and painting

Men's portraits 15th century hall

Italian Renaissance Male Portraits

The European realistic portrait was born at the Renaissance. It has occurred to the recognition of the value of the inner world of the person. The individual and the typical, the real and the ideal, harmonically merging into each other, determine the main and imperishable peculiarity of the Renaissance portrait. A person usually depicts a calm, courageous and wise, able to overcome all vicissitudes of fate, by the end of the century the image acquires features of spiritual exceptionalism and contemplation. The origins of the genre of realistic portraits date back to the late medieval period. The first stage in the history of the Renaissance portrait refers to the Quattrocento (15th century) is the period of the early Italian Renaissance.



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Pictures:

Portrait of a Man :: Robert Campin
men's portraits 15th century hall - Portrait of a Man :: Robert Campin
Guillaume Budi :: Jean Clouet
men's portraits 15th century hall - Guillaume Budi :: Jean Clouet
Portrait of Edward Grimston :: Petrus Christus
men's portraits 15th century hall - Portrait of Edward Grimston :: Petrus Christus
Portrait of a Fat Man :: Robert Campin
men's portraits 15th century hall - Portrait of a Fat Man :: Robert Campin
Portrait of Francesco delle Opere :: Perugino
men's portraits 15th century hall - Portrait of Francesco delle Opere :: Perugino
Portrait of a Man
men's portraits 15th century hall - Portrait of a Man
The Man with the Carnation :: Jan van Eyck
men's portraits 15th century hall - The Man with the Carnation :: Jan van Eyck

41x31 sm

Artist: Jan van Eyck

Where is: Berlin Picture Gallery of Old Masters, Berlin (Gemäldegalerie, Berlin).

Portrait of a man in a red turban (Self-portrait?) :: Jan van Eyck
men's portraits 15th century hall - Portrait of a man in a red turban (Self-portrait?) :: Jan van Eyck
1433.

26x19 sm.

Artist: Jan van Eyck

Where is located: National Gallery, London (National Gallery, London).
Papal Legate Cardinal Niccolo Albergati :: Jan van Eyck
men's portraits 15th century hall - Papal Legate Cardinal Niccolo Albergati :: Jan van Eyck
1431-32

Artist: Jan van Eyck

Where is: The Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien






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User   User Rating: 403  June 20, 2018


Men's portraits of the 15th century make a slightly depressing impression, they portray the heroes as very serious, if not gloomy. Probably it is not the fault of the artists or of the characters themselves, but it reflects the lifestyle and customs of the time. The technique of the image also does not add them the attractiveness - faces often look angular, with a sidelong glance, but in any case it is progressive for it's time.

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art1742   User Rating: 728  September 12, 2018



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Arta    May 20, 2019


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Hans Holbein the Younger (1497 - 1543). Northern Renaissance

Hans Holbein the Younger an artist of the German Renaissance, hardly does any religious painting at all, and was less connected with medieval tradition than other German artists. The most powerful part of Holbein's work is portraits, always painted from life, sharp-witted, sometimes ruthless in their characteristics, cold-eyed but exquisite in colour. In the early period, the portraits were less vivid, ceremonial, and in the [Expand]

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lucky95   User Rating: 223  November 28, 2019


Tags: male portrait, dark background, brown coat, red turban, blue eyes, thin lips, dimples, wrinkles, high collar

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