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Leonardo da Vinci, Annunciation, (Around 1472) Uffizi Gallery This painting has a full, detailed background. Leonardo da Vinci made the Annunciation during the Florentine Period. The painting depicts two divine females.
Leonardo da Vinci, Ginevra de' Benci, (c. 1474 - 1478) National Gallery of Art This painting uses light colors and a nature based background. Leonardo da Vinci was also one of the most accomplished scholars of the Renaissance. The painting shows a women's face in the foreground with a nature landscape in the background.
Sandro Botticelli, Giuliano de' Medici, (c. 1478 - 1480) National Gallery of Art The face is realistic and the colors are light. Botticelli made many life-like paintings of the chief members of the Medici family. Portrait of Giuliano de' Medici, member of the influential Medici family.
Botticelli Filipepi, Pallas and the Centaur, (Around 1482) Uffizi Gallery The figures are three-dimensional and the background shows perspective. Botticelli was known for his poetical fantasy and mystical imagination. The painting depicts a centaur being patted on the head by a women who appears to be divine.
Hieronymus Bosh, Christ Mocked (The Crowning with Thorns), (about 1490-1500) The National Gallery The colors are very light and the figures are realistic. Hieronymus Bosch's paintings had an uncanny mastery of detail. This painting shows the crowning of thorns.
Leonardo da Vinci, Head of Leda, (c.1504-c.1506) Royal Collection Trust Drawing shows a life-like and intricate face. Leonardo da Vinci worked in Verrocchio's studio. Drawing is of a female face.
Raphael, Saint George and the Dragon, (c. 1506) National Gallery of Art The figures in this paining are three-dimensional. Raphael was known for his excellent manners and social skills. Painting depicts Saint George on horseback slaying a dragon.
Vittore Carpaccio, Young Knight in a Landscape, (1510) Museo Thyssen Full background that shows perspective. Carpaccio worked for the middle classes of Venetian Society. Painting shows a young knight in the foreground with a full landscape in the background.
Hans Holbien the younger, Portrait of Henry VIII of England, (Around 1537) Museo Thyssen Face is realistic and colors are light. Son of German painter, Hans Holbein the elder. Portrait of King Henry VII.
Caravaggio, Good Luck, (1594 - 1595) Musei Capitolini Colors are shown responding to light Caravaggio was a pioneer of the Italian Baroque style. Painting
Caravaggio, The Crowning with Thorns, (1602 - 1604) Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Figures are life-like and not fully clothed. Caravaggio stabbed a man to death in Rome. Depiction of Jesus getting a crown of thorns.
Diego Velázquez, The Three Musicians, (Around 1616) Gemäldegalerie The faces of the musicians are showing expression. Velázquez was court painter to King Philip IV. Three men are playing instruments and singing.
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