Another famous artist from this period is Donatello, one who specialized in sculpture and sculpture relief. Some of his works shown in this chapter include Saint Mark (21-5), Sa...
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...ul and faithful marriages. Camera Picta means painted chamber, and the room it can be found in is, interestingly enough, the duke's bedchamber. Thus the peacock.
The Renaissance era in Italy attests to many beautiful creators who were full of imagination, detail, perspective and ideas for their art. When observing their art, it is important to remember the Greek and Roman gods and goddesses, as analogies are almost always made; when these and other background information is known, it is much easier to connect to a piece of art and appreciate it.
Kleiner, Fred S., and Helen Gardner. Gardner's Art through the Ages: A Global History. Boston, MA: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2009. Print.
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