Northern Renaissance art 

by: Kenneth J. Boss II                                                   One of the main focuses in the art of the Northern renaissance was the immense amount of detail that was put into every aspect of the painting. The Northern Renaissance held a good focus on religion rather than Greek/Roman examples of perfection. Also, just as focus within the paintings became all about the little things, the people whom were considered less in society such as middle class and peasants were able to get art or have their portrait taken instead of that being exclusively for the rich and aristocratic

This painting is an example of Northern Renaissance art because f the immense amount of detail found in the globe
This is an example of Northern Renaissance art because of the amount of detail put into even this mans skin and wrinkles
This is an example of Northern Renaissance at bc of the immense landscape of behind St. Andrew
This is an example of Northern Renaissance art because the people in the painting are purposefully made to not look perfect
This piece is a perfect example of an immense landscape
This is an example of Northern Renaissane art because of the crowds of people and the entire city found behind Jesus in the garden
This is an example of Northern Renaissance art because it contains multiple ideals within one work of art
This is a classic example of an extremely detailed portrait, even the glares of light in the man's eyes are represented
This is a classic example of creating a gold painting without using gold leafing and actual gold, leaving the image consistent and an entire new world
This is a classic example because it shows imperfect human bodies in immense detail as well as a detailed sky and background
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