Renaissance

A bronze plaque symbolizing the mourners, silently walking Christ to the tomb.
It is considered to be Leonardo's first major work. The painting is about Mary being visited by the archangel Gabriel.
It was going to be part of Pope Julius II tomb.
The self-portrait was painted in 1512, it was made using red chalk. Leonardo made this when he was 50 and living in France.
Peter has been fishing all night but still hasn't caught anything, then Jesus joins them on the boat and they get their nets full of fish. Because of this Peter joins Jesus as one of his disciples. (they were fishing in the sea of Galilee.)
This is a shepherd from the mythic world of Arcadia, where satyrs, nymphs, gods, and humans lived together at ease. With the unfocused gaze of one lost in creative thought, he is Daphnis, who was taught to play the hollow reed pipe by the god Pan and became the inventor of pastoral poetry (Bronze)
This was painted in homage to ancient Rome. It is one of the most famous northern landscapes of the 1500's.
This shows st. George about to defeat the dragon, by the edge of the sea, and a princess running away. The viewpoint helps create drama and tension.
Not much is known other than it is drawn from the painting that Michelangelo made in the Sistine Chapel.
This painting represents the months of August and September and all the changing of seasons and climates.
portrays the Triumph of Venice as an ascending vortex of sea creatures that rise toward Venice, to offer gifts.
Not much is known about this painting but from my perspective there are many ships and people along the shore. It looks like a coastal civilization is getting imports of goods off of the ships.
Not much is known about the history of the statue, but it is Bronze.
This painting depicts gods and other mythological figures. It was painted for the bedroom ceiling of a Vietnam merchant in the 1550's.
This painting depicts the biblical story of Jacob who had promised to work as a shepherd for his uncle Laban for seven years in order to be given permission to marry Laban’s daughter Rachel. Laban, however, tricked Jacob when his wedding finally arrived by disguising his elder daughter Leah as Rachel.
Two mackerels hang vertically in front of a plain background, perpendicular to an arrangement of food on the tabletop below. Brilliant light directs the eye, attracting attention to the shiny fish, leafy greens, root vegetables, a wheel of cheese, and covered bowls.
Not much is known about this painting but from my observations there are many animals and other than the people seen the setting seems kind of deserted.
Leonardo chose to capture the moment just after Christ tells his apostles that one of them will betray him, and at the institution of the Eucharist. The effect of his statement causes a visible response, in the form of a wave of emotion among the apostles. These reactions are quite specific to each apostle, expressing what Leonardo called the "motions of the mind." Despite the dramatic reaction of the apostles, Leonardo imposes a sense of order on the scene. Christ's head is at the center of the composition, framed by a halo-like architectural opening.
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