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It is a rhetoric of enigma and the art of indeterminacy. Behind this curtain is a paradox of narrative mystification. Giorgione is the most mysterious and perhaps the greatest of all Venetian Renaissance artists- but only a handful of paintings … Continue reading
During the Renaissance a new notion of the individual was created. This identity was formed through knowledge based on the relationship of the individual to the world in which they lived. At the time, new forms of knowledge were being … Continue reading
The most devoted lovers of Florentine art complain that as a stylist Mantegna lacks the breath and freedom and, as an expressive artist, the human warmth that the Tuscans offer. They cannot see that Mantegna’s rejection of movement and fluidity … Continue reading