Angela Gu - Renaissance Gallery

a. The clothing that the subject is wearing tells me that the subject is rich and he is a king or part of a royal family. b. The blue color in the background helps the subject stand out. c. The artist wants the viewer to think that the subject is very important and is the king. d. The subjects name is Henry VIII. He is a king. He likes eating and likes his portraits though he thinks waiting for the artist to paint him is very boring. He cares about his clothes a lot.
a. The clothing tells me that the subject is important because he is wearing velvet, which only the very rich could afford. b. In the background there is an open window. c. The artist wants the viewer to think that the man is very important. Some evidence is the angle of the man and his velvet. d. Leonard is a co-ruler of the city he lives in. He is very arrogant and bossy. He likes helping his brother to rule the town. He cares about his clothes.
a. The clothing tells me that the subject of the portrait is not wealthy or does not care about what he is wearing. b. The book the man is holding and the painting in the background tell me that the man likes to read and that he is good at drawing/painting. c. The artist wants the viewer to notice that the subject is smart. The subject is holding a book and reading. d. The man's name is Joe. He is quiet and cranky when people disturb him from reading and his tasks. He likes books and painting and he cares about his education.
a. The clothes tell me that the man is not rich. b. The background color tells me that the man is serious. c. The artist wants the viewer to see what the man actually looked like. d. The man's name is Brukenthal. He is very serious. He likes working and he cares about his family.
a. The clothes is barely shown which tells the subject wants people to focus on what she actually looks like. b. The background is plain so people can focus on what the subject actually looks like. c. The artist wants the viewer to think that the subject wants people to focus on what she actually is by not including clothes or background items. d. The subjects name is Agatha. She is in the upper class and is a writer. She is kind. peaceful, and loving. She enjoys drawing and painting. She cares about her family and writing, painting, and helping others.
a. The subject's clothes that he is rich and important. He is wearing velvet clothes, which represented wealth during the Renaissance. b. The background may be the land he owns or has power over. It is important because it shows the viewer how important/rich he is. c. The artist wants the viewer to think that he subject is an important person because of the background he includes and the clothes the subject is wearing. d. The subject's name is Carl. His family is very wealthy and owns a lot of land. He is kind and smart. He enjoys reading, writing, painting, and various other activities. He cares about his family's reputation and his town.
a. The clothing of the subject tells me that he doesn't care about his clothes. This is because the clothes blend in with the background. b. The background items might represent the land he owns or that he enjoys the outdoors. This might help the viewer understand his job or his social level. c. The artist wants the viewer to think that the subject is smart because of the paper he is holding in his hand that the might of written. d. The man's name is Joe. He is in the middle class. He is serious and smart. He enjoys studying nature. He also cares about nature and his job.
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