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The depiction of Oriental carpets in Renaissance painting sometimes draws from Orientalist interest, but more often just reflects the prestige these expensive objects had in the period.
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A centuries-old theme in Western culture is the depiction of European women forcibly taken into Oriental harems – evident for example in the Mozart opera Die Entführung aus dem Serail (" The Abduction from the Seraglio ") concerning the attempt of the hero Belmonte to rescue his beloved Konstanze from the seraglio / harem of the Pasha Selim ; or in Voltaire's Candide, in chapter 12 of which the old woman relates her experiences of being sold into harems across the Ottoman Empire.
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The earliest known explicit Renaissance depiction is one of the many woodcut illustrations to Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, a book published in Venice in 1499.
After the realistic depiction of the human form and the mastery of perspective achieved in high Renaissance Classicism, some artists started to deliberately distort proportions in disjointed, irrational space for emotional and artistic effect.
A third interpretation is that David represents Donatello's effort to create a unique version of the male nude, to exercise artistic license rather than copy the classical models that had thus far been the sources for the depiction of the male nude in Renaissance art.
The invention of a comprehensive mathematically based system of linear perspective is a defining achievement of the early 15th century Italian Renaissance in Florence, but Gothic painting had already made great progress in the naturalistic depiction of distance and volume, though it did not usually regard them as essential features of a work if other aims conflicted with them, and late Gothic sculpture was increasingly naturalistic.
Similar traits can be seen in the Laocoön group which is a reworked copy of a lost original that was likely close both in time and place of origin to Nike, but while Laocoon, vastly admired by Renaissance and classicist artists, has come to be seen as a more self-conscious and contrived work, Nike of Samothrace is seen as an iconic depiction of triumphant spirit and of the divine momentarily coming face to face with man.
The depiction remains rare and often controversial in Eastern Orthodox art, and by the time of the Renaissance artistic representations of God the Father were freely used in the Western Church.
This contrasts to the depiction of pubic hair in art, which is rarely portrayed in works created in the Middle Ages, increasingly common in Renaissance art, and quite frequent in modern times.
The schematic depiction of the folds and woven patterns of loose-hanging clothing on the human form, with ancient prototypes, was reimagined as an adjunct to the female form by Greek vase-painters and sculptors of the earliest fifth century and has remained a major source of stylistic formulas in sculpture and painting, even after the Renaissance adoption of tighter-fitting clothing styles.
The first restoration of a feathered dinosaur was Sarah Landry's depiction of a feathered " Syntarsus " ( now renamed Megapnosaurus or considered a synonym of Coelophysis ), in Robert T. Bakker's 1975 publication Dinosaur Renaissance.
** Referring to other Renaissance and classical tropes in the depiction of these people and deities, such as
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Albrecht Altdorfer's depiction of the moment in 333 BC when Alexander the Great routed Darius III for supremacy in Asia Minor is vast in ambition, sweeping in scope, vivid in imagery, rich in symbols, and obviously heroic — the Iliad of painting, as literary critic Friedrich Schlegel suggested In the painting, a swarming cast of thousands of soldiers surround the central action: Alexander on his white steed, leading two rows of charging cavalrymen, dashes after a fleeing Darius, who looks anxiously over his shoulder from a chariot.
By making the mass number of soldiers blend within the landscape / painting, it shows that he believed that the usage and depiction of landscape was just as significant as a historical event, such as a war.
They both viewed the work of British landscape artists John Constable and J. M. W. Turner, which confirmed to their belief that their style of open air painting gave the truest depiction of light and atmosphere, an effect that they felt could not be achieved in the studio alone.
This painting combines a portrait-like depiction of Bazille's cousin, Thérèse des Hours, who is seen from behind — and the sunlit landscape at which she gazes.
Far east traditional painting is characterized by water based techniques, less realism, " elegant " and stylized subjects, graphical approach to depiction, the importance of white space ( or negative space ) and a preference for landscape ( instead of human figure ) as a subject.
Another development in the nineteenth century was the treatment of historical subjects, often on a large scale, with the values of genre painting, the depiction of scenes of everyday life, and anecdote.
The illustration she used of the Cogul painting leaves out a number of figures, human and animal, and the original is more likely a sequence of superimposed but unrelated illustrations, rather than a depiction of a single scene.
Impressionist painting characteristics include relatively small, thin, yet visible brush strokes, open composition, emphasis on accurate depiction of light in its changing qualities ( often accentuating the effects of the passage of time ), common, ordinary subject matter, inclusion of movement as a crucial element of human perception and experience, and unusual visual angles.
Conceived to rival his heroes Michelangelo and Poussin, it was also the painting that marked his transition from the depiction of symbolic imagery of peasant life to that of contemporary social conditions.
Morse expressed some of his Calvinist beliefs in his painting Landing of the Pilgrims, through the depiction of simple clothing as well as the people's austere facial features.
The earliest known depiction of a fishing reel comes from a Southern Song ( 1127 – 1279 ) painting done in 1195 by Ma Yuan ( c. 1160 – 1225 ) called " Angler on a Wintry Lake ," showing a man sitting on a small sampan boat while casting out his fishing line.
Jean François de Troy's 1735 painting Le Déjeuner d ' Huîtres ( The Oyster Luncheon ) is the first known depiction of Champagne in painting
As such this ceiling painting is an important depiction of the universe as viewed through early Georgian eyes.
While the focus of this entry currently stresses the depiction of the Madonna in panel painting, it should be noted that her image also appears in mural decoration, whether mosaics or fresco painting on the exteriors and interior of sacred buildings.
For example, Peto and Harnett both represented the objects in their paintings at their actual size, and the objects rarely were cut off by the edge of the painting, as this would allow a visual cue to the viewer that the depiction was not real.
In the oldest parts of the complex may be found the " cubiculum of the coronation ", with a rare depiction for that period of Christ being crowned with thorns, and a 4th century painting of Susanna and the old men in the allegorical guise of a lamb and wolves.
The first depiction of a Ridgeback is a wall painting describing the life of the Boers, housed in South Africa in the Voortrekker Monument.
Reconstruction of a mosaic depiction of the Battle of Issus after a painting supposed to be by Apelles or Philoxenos of Eretria found in the House of the Faun at Pompeii
The painting " Prometheus " ( 1640 ) by Jacob Jordaens is a depiction of the mythological tale of the titan Prometheus who had his liver pecked out by an eagle each day only to regenerate and begin the cycle anew the next day.
The depiction of the sacks of bones ( used in another part of the myth to deceive Zeus ) and a clay statue ( that represents his creation of man ) are also not part of Rubens painting.
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The scenes are singularly disturbing, sometimes macabre in their depiction of battlefield horror, and represent an outraged conscience in the face of death and destruction.
* Tentacle erotica, the depiction of tentacled creatures and sometimes monsters ( fictional imaginative or otherwise, also includes alien-like creatures ) engaging in sex or rape with girls and, less often, men.
The tarot depiction of the Fool includes a man ( or less often, a woman ) juggling unconcernedly or otherwise distracted, with a dog ( sometimes cat ) at his heels.
His depiction in Disney comics has varied with the artists using him: in stories published by Egmont, as well as French stories, he is always shown wearing his hood, while in Italian ones, he frequently appears unmasked, sometimes not wearing his cloak at all.
It is likely a depiction of a real person with Paget's disease, though it is sometimes said to be a metaphorical portrait of the Margaret, Countess of Tyrol, who was known as Maultasch, which, though literally translated " satchel mouth ", was used to mean " ugly woman " or " whore " ( because of her marital scandals ).
Apart from the formal aspects of classicism, there was a continuous tradition of realistic depiction of objects that survived in Byzantine art throughout the period, while in the West it appears intermittently, combining and sometimes competing with new expressionist possibilities developed in Western Europe and the Northern legacy of energetic decorative elements.
The novel is sometimes compared to Stephen Crane's The Red Badge of Courage for its depiction of the war, but Shaara emphasizes the decisions, motivations, and actions of generals and colonels in the battle more than the common soldiers.
A Migration Period Germanic gold bracteate featuring a depiction of a bird, horse, and stylized head wearing a Suebian knot sometimes theorized to represent Germanic god Wōden and what would later become Sleipnir and Hugin and Munin | Hugin or Munin in Germanic mythology, later attested in the form of Norse mythology.
It gave a sympathetic portrayal of the bully antagonist Brandon, and its depiction of Dawn, the ostensible protagonist and victim of the story, showed her as deeply flawed and sometimes cruel.
In Seduction of the Innocent, he puts forth several arguable progressive positions that are sometimes lost in his ' boogeyman '- like depiction, e. g. by Scott McCloud in Reinventing Comics.
Mints produced the coin from the beginning of the 13th century, based on a previously-produced silver pfennig ( Häller Pfennig, sometimes called Händelheller for its depiction of a hand on the front face ), but its composition deteriorated with the mixing in copper little by little so that it was no longer considered to be a silver coin.
Elgar and August Jaeger, his editor at the publisher Novello, exchanged frequent, sometimes daily, letters, which show how Jaeger helped in shaping the work, and in particular the climactic depiction of the moment of judgment.
He argued that its depiction in Babylonian art was consistent over many centuries, while those of mythological creatures changed, sometimes drastically, over the years.
* The highest pectoral cross, is With Decorations — that is, jeweled, and sometimes enameled — and normally has a depiction of an Eastern-style mitre at the top.
It is sometimes said that the flowers were a depiction of the Annunciation lilies ; however, the flowers were not limited to lilies.
Sculpture and performances are sometimes said to depict but this arises where depiction is taken to include all reference that is not linguistic or notational.
The reverse bears depictions of the deities or sometimes of their attributes, whose names form a component of the issuers ' names ( for example, coins of Agnimitra bear the depiction of Agni ).