Jacopo da Montagna: The Visitation, The Adoration, The Last Supper, The Agony in the Garden, The Resurrection, The Ascension

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Jacopo da Montagna. 1440-1499. Padoua The Visitation, The Adoration, The Last Supper, The Agony in the Garden, The Resurrection, The Ascension. Prague National Gallery Sternberski Palac by jean louis mazieres Some rights reserved

 

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Jacopo da Montagna. 1440-1499. Padoua The Visitation, The Adoration, The Last Supper, The Agony in the Garden, The Resurrection, The Ascension. Prague National Gallery Sternberski Palace Some rights reserved  by jean louis mazieres 

Jacopo da Montagna. 1440-1499. Padoua
The Visitation, The Adoration, The Last Supper, The Agony in the Garden,
The Resurrection, The Ascension.
Prague National Gallery Sternberski Palac

Pendant toute la seconde moitié du 15è siècle coexistent en Europe et surtout en Italie deux styles de peinture : celui gothique linéaire encore souvent proche de la “peinture plate” en deux dimensions, et le style “moderne”, qui n’est qu’un retour à l’esthétique de l’Antiquité, qui tend vers une représentation en trois dimensions du monde.

Throughout the second half of the 15th century, two styles of painting coexisted in Europe and especially in Italy: the linear Gothic style often still close to “flat paint” in two dimensions, and the “modern” style, which is only back to the aesthetics of antiquity, which tends towards a three-dimensional representation of the world.

Quote by by jean louis mazieres

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