Connor McDowell- Renaissance Gallery

Weird Faces of the Renaissance

The clothing tells the viewer that this person is wealthy because of his nice cloak. The background items like the book he is holding tell the viewer he is educated and can read. This could be important because the man in the portrait could want the viewer to know that he can read and is important in the world. The artists wants the viewer to think this person is wealthy and educated. I know this because the person in the portrait is holding a book and is wearing nice clothes. This person's name is Samuel. I think Samuel belongs to the upper class because he is educated and wearing nice clothes. He likes books and cares about education.
The clothing tells the viewer that this man is wealthy and of nobility. The background objects also tell the viewer that this man is wealthy and lives in nobility. They could be important because the man in the portrait could want everyone viewing it to know that he is wealthy and important in this world.The artist wants the viewer to know that this man has nice clothes and that he is very important. I can conclude this because of the gold he is wearing and because of the very nice designs. This person's name is Cornelius. He belongs to the noble class and he is proud of it. He cares about being respected.
The clothing of this man tells the viewer that he might be going to a funeral because he is wearing black. The blue background tells the viewer that the man is outside at the funeral. They might be important because the person in the portrait might want everyone to know one of his family members have passed away. The artist wants the viewer to feel empathy for the man because he lost a family member. I can conclude this because of the man's clothes. This man's name is Rufus. He belongs to the upper class because he can afford fancy clothes. He is sad and likes poofy hair.
The clothing tells us that this person is of the middle class.The background items tell us that she works outside. She is holding some kind of berry. They might be important because they show how this person lives. The artist wants the viewer to know how this person lives and what class they are in. I can conclude this because of her clothes and what she is holding. This person's name is Patty. Patty belongs to the middle class and she doesn't like her work.
The clothing of this person is hard to make out. It is not the main focus of the portrait. The clothes are all black. The background is all black because the main focus of this portrait is the man's face. Although the background is hard to see it could be important to show the contrast between the man's face and background. The artist wants the viewer to focus on this man's face more than anything else. I can make this conclusion because the face is the only thing that stands out. This person's name is Bob. he belongs to the upper class because of his nice hair and he feel's proud of himself. He likes having good hair.
The clothing tells the viewer that the man is wealthy. The background items tell the viewer he is educated because of the scroll he is holding. They could be important because they could tell the viewer that the man is educated and has a good life. The artist wants the viewer to feel that this man is wealthy and has a good life. Also, that he is important in this world. I can conclude this because of the clothes he is wearing and the scroll he is holding. This man's name is Ippolito. Ippolito belongs to the upper class because of his clothes and he looks humble.
The clothing tells the viewer that this man is wealthy and likes hats. The background tells the viewer that the man is outdoors and possibly at a fair. This could be important because the background could symbolize some characteristic that the man possesses. the artist wants the viewer to think that the man is wealthy and likes the outdoors. I can make this conclusion because he is wearing nice clothes and is outside. This person's name is Bernard. Bernard belongs to the upper class because of his clothes and likes the outdoors.
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