The Daily Life in portraits - Northern Renaissance

The Northern Renaissance was famous for the advanced oil painting techniques started by Jan Van Eyck, also the realistic and very natural altarpiece art, portraits on wooden panel paintings, as well as woodcuts and other forms of printmaking.The Northern Renaissance focused on the daily life of the lower class. The people in the portraits of this gallery are unknown. 

This portrait represents the daily life gallery because it seems this man is a typical poor farmer, due to his attire.
This portrait represents the daily life gallery because this young woman looks as if she is royalty, which is a different lifestyle from everyone else during that time.
This portrait represents the daily life gallery because this woman looks as if she is poor and has a job, due to the dress she is wearing.
This portrait represents the daily life gallery because it is a man reading a book, which may be a hobby or a job. Either way, it was a part of a person's daily routine.
This portrait represents the daily life gallery because this piece is rumored to be a self portrait of the artist, and an artist was a very popular profession during that time.
This portrait represents the daily life gallery because the man looks very poor and the Northern Renaissance put emphasis on the daily life of peasants.
This portrait represents the daily life gallery because this is a merchant and many people during this time took the job of a merchant.
This portrait represents the daily life gallery because it is a young boy following the basic path of youth and learning new skills during that time.
This portrait represents the daily life gallery because it is hard to tell who this man may be. He is dressed for very cold weather and is different from everyone else.
This portrait represents the daily life gallery because this woman looks poor due to her dirty attire and the Northern Renaissance put emphasis on the peasants.
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