Gothic to Rococo

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Diploma/Certificado de qualificação profissional de nivel 3 art & design Mind Map on Gothic to Rococo, created by jessicah1224 on 28/10/2015.
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Gothic to Rococo
  1. Gothic: 1150-1425
    1. Gothic art defines much of late mdeieval art. Very traditional and creativity was limited.
    2. Early Renaissance: 1400-1450
      1. Artistic development, people broke away from Gothic art and its traditions. More natural and less religious art work.
      2. High Renaissance: 1480-1520
        1. Development in Italian art, e.g Davinci, Michaelangelo. Sensual response to colour and scienticic accuracy
          1. High and low key
        2. Mannerism: 1520 -1580
          1. Exaggerated paintings, Valued personal and idealist responses to beauty over classical ideas.
          2. Baroque: 1600 - 1700
            1. Portrays spectacular action and generates powerful emotions. Religious, mystical and historical subjects were brought to life. Dramatic lighting, e.g Carvaggio
            2. Rococo: 1700 - 1775
              1. Dutch art, portriats, landscapes, interiors, still lifes. They specialised in one subject matter
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