Northern Renaissance (DEW 9)

The Northern Renaissance art was characterized by a heavier and longer lasting influence by Gothic art than the Italian Renaissance as well as being influenced more by religious reform than the south.

In this work, you can see influences of the Northern Renaissance in the use of perspective (not exclusive to North art), and the extreme attention to even the smallest details, the windows for example
This triptych by Campin also shows use of perspective, and shows the continuing influence of religion in the art of the Northern Renaissance. As in van Eyck's painting, there is extreme detail as well
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