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Cardi Queen B: the Armada Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I (1588) with Bubblegum, swallow tattoo and Pearl Necklace, Helen Gorill

Cardi Queen B: the Armada Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I (1588) with Bubblegum, swallow tattoo and Pearl Necklace

Helen Gorill

Painting - 117 x 95 x 4 cm

$5,548

Palladio Temple, 2016, Large Archival Color Pigment Print, Magda Von Hanau

Palladio Temple, 2016, Large Archival Color Pigment Print

Magda Von Hanau

Photography - 121.9 x 182.9 x 0.3 cm

$5,000

Renaissance Rejjie: Young Irish Wolfhound and the Earl of Leicester (1550) Photobombed by Rejjie Snow, Helen Gorill

Renaissance Rejjie: Young Irish Wolfhound and the Earl of Leicester (1550) Photobombed by Rejjie Snow

Helen Gorill

Painting - 92 x 50 x 3 cm

$3,117

Yowa et Violette d’après l’École de Fontainebleau, Iconographia

Yowa et Violette d’après l’École de Fontainebleau

Iconographia

Photography - 60 x 40 cm

$376

Biocities Washington # 4, Carlo D'Orta

Biocities Washington # 4

Carlo D'Orta

Photography - 80 x 54 x 1 cm

$4,292

The Plainness of the Pre-Baroque, Douglas Ross

The Plainness of the Pre-Baroque

Douglas Ross

Photography - 50.8 x 40.6 cm

$858

Fashion Passion, Sahara

Fashion Passion

Sahara

Painting - 70 x 100 x 2 cm

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Inspired by the Renaissance

The Renaissance was a fervent period of European cultural, artistic, political and economic rebirth. The period signifies the beginning of the Modern Age in history—a bridging of the gap between the Middle Ages and modern-day civilization. Generally described as taking place from the 14th century to the 17th century, the movement promoted the rediscovery of classical philosophy, literature and art. 

On the home shores of Europe, some of the greatest thinkers, authors, statesmen, scientists and artists flourished, whilst abroad global exploration opened up new lands and cultures to transcontinental commerce. The Renaissance is credited to have bridged the gap between the Middle Ages and modern-day civilization. In art, the Renaissance period combined influences of an increased awareness of nature, a revival of classical learning, and a more individualistic view of man. Such artists as Botticelli, Raphael and Michelangelo are a few of the big names of this period. A return to classical configurations can be seen in many artworks on Artsper. Artists such as Francine Van Hove, Frédéric Martin, Magda Von Hanau.

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