He Has Risen

Thank you for visiting my art gallery. HE HAS RISEN is a inspirational Christian art gallery that focuses on the resurrection of Jesus, from the perspective of different cultures.  The featured pieces have been created from a German, Italian, Slovakian, and a Flemish perspective.  I hope you enjoy this 16th century art gallery of the resurrection.

This painting is a drawing of Christ coming out of the tomb. This picture really plays with color. Christ’s skin color is lighter than that of his counter parts, which sort of draws attention to him, as the centerpiece of the picture. The artist also plays with contrast and symbolism, as he has a flag of the cross with white and red in his hands and his body is draped in red linen.
This image is defining the moment when Christ resurrected. This artist shows an image of fear from the towns men. This image is a wood cut that focuses on shapes. The artwork is very organic and has a life like feel. Completely straight lines represent the non-living elements such as the tomb. Furthermore, the art piece is balance by Christ, who is apparent due to the wholes in his feet. The artwork also plays with contrast almost representing light verse darkness. To the right of the photo is a darker ire aura, while the right of the photo has more light space and creates a harmonic feeling.
In this image, Jesus has resurrected from the grave and the men are watching as he shines in a bright light. This image is greatly enhanced by the symmetry the artist used in the picture. In the people around the tomb, the artist used translation to create a symmetrical feel as the man in front of the left and the person in back of the front of the photo are looking up to him while the men diagonal from the front right have their heads down. There is also a reflective symmetry that is visible in the light rays that extend past Jesus head. Jesus is also the focus in the image. He was put in front of the rest of the engraving.
In this picture, the artist plays with saturation. Jesus is apparent in the image because he has the holes in his feet. Jesus is standing up, and the people around him are either watching or hiding. The people that are surrounding Jesus have very little definition. There appears to be a uniform of a soldier, but you cannot make out the face of the soldier. The artist also plays with textures, as Jesus is wearing a sheet like material. The amount of curves on the material almost allow you to feel the texture of his garment. Also, the artist almost makes you feel as if the fabric was moving and he was in motion in this woodcut art work.
The art piece depicts the image of the resurrection of Jesus with a white flag in the air, draped in white garments. This picture has a unity about it that makes the image feel comforting. The colors used in this picture gives great contrast as the yellow sun is behind him with the swirl of a deep orange that breaks into a dark blue. The dark color of the trees and brush really pops Jesus out in the art piece.
The artist in this polychrome enamel and gold on copper image was capturing the resurrection. He depicts it happening in the dark of the night and the soldier are in a relaxed not threatening stance. The artist plays with colors, as the artist that have had this image of Jesus has depicted a white flag with a red cross, but the artist gives him a reddish purple flag with a whitish grey cross. The cross is the only image of light in the whole photo. The entire image has been draped in colors. The starts are hold and the same color of the rod in his hand, which is also in the shape of a cross, moreover the left of the image has a cross that is also brown in the image that is hidden within the ground. From this analysis, I think the artist was playing with the shape of the cross, to depict the relevance of it in the picture.
This art piece depicts the resurrection of Christ from around 1545 from a Slovak perspective. The picture plays with textures. The artist depicts textures on the garments that Jesus is wearing, from the lines on the material. It appears the material is slightly thick and is plowing in the wins. The clouds on the sides on the picture are also textured with light verse dark sections of the clouds. The two gentlemen at the front of the picture have less texture on their garments; in fact, the rest of the photo appears also flat on the painting in compared to the garments and rob and the clouds.
This Resurrection was painted from an Italian artist. The artist plays around with organic shapes when it comes from the soldiers and bystanders bodies. Jesus is standing on top of a rectangular stagnant tomb. Moreover, the curve lines that help emphasize the off elite garment draped around his body, leaves one feeling as if the garment is moving.
This image is an engraving from a Flemish perspective, of an angle rolling away a stone and Jesus ascending into the sky. The picture is full of movement. This movement is apparent in the lines that are drawn for the town’s people. In these images, Jesus is holding the flag and ascending with draped garment to the right of him. This photo focuses on contrast as all the people are directing their attention to the black space behind the stone. Moreover, it also focuses on texture; the way the textures lay on the bodies of the people with in the image creates a sense of movement.
This engraving was drawn from a Flemish perspective, showing the fears of the bystanders when Jesus had risen. The artist plays with saturation. We know the man in the image is Jesus due to the wholes in his feet. The artist depicts images in the clouds that appear to be angles or children of some type. There is also a dog present in this picture. In this picture, Jesus is the focal point of the image as all attention is lead to him. The artist plays with organic shapes in this photo, depicting and emphasizing the muscles and the masculinity of the image. There is also a sense of action on the picture as it appears that movement is implied from the directions and the angles of the by standers.
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