M edieval & Renaissance Art: A Comparison. Medieval and Renaissance Art. Medieval 1. No expressions on faces 2. Stiff and unrealistic poses. Renaissance 1. Faces are filled with emotion and expression 2. Human poses are lifelike and realistic. Medieval and Renaissance Art. Medieval
1. No expressions onfaces
2. Stiff and unrealistic poses
1. Faces are filled with emotion and expression
2. Human poses are lifelike and realistic
4. Tempura paints were used – dried too quickly to correct mistakes
7. Portrayed naturalistic landscapes of this world and saints lived in the same world as ordinary people
Raphael: The Nymph Galatea 1512-1514
The hand that holds the stone is larger than the other, drawing the viewer’s attention to the action that is about to unfold.
in Rome, attached to St. Peter’s Basilica, the papal apartments and the vast complex of buildings that make up the Vatican museums.
Plato:looks to theheavens [or the IDEALrealm].
Aristotle:looks to thisearth [thehere andnow].
Plato (Leonardo), Aristotle,
Leonardo, the Scientist (Anatomy): Pages from his Notebook
Leonardo, the Engineer: Pages from his Notebook
Studies of water-lifting devices.
A study of siege defenses.