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Northern Renaissance Art: History, Characteristics

Unlike Italian artists, northern painters were not interested in rediscovering the spirit of ancient Greece. Instead, they sought to exploit the full potential of oil paint, and capture nature exactly as they found it. (Note: For details of pigments used in Renaissance oil painting, see: Renaissance Colour Palette.)

Illuminating the Renaissance

Illuminating the Renaissance: The triumph of Flemish manuscript painting in Europe

From 1400 to 1550 European manuscript painting enjoyed a glorious final flowering - particularly in Flanders (part of modern-day Belgium and Northern France).

Here, a selection of high-quality images from some of the finest Flemish manuscripts in the British Library accompanies a timeline of contemporary European events. Some of these images have never been reproduced before. Turn the pages of Simon Bening's Golf Book now and magnify the details.

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Renaissance Painting

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During the Renaissance, painters embraced classicism (simplicity, balance, clarity; see Western Aesthetics) and physical realism. The Early Renaissance (led by Florence) was the formative period of this approach; in other words, it was Early Renaissance artists who initially developed and refined techniques of classicism and physical realism. Once this foundation had been established, the pinnacle of classicism was achieved in the High Renaissance (led by Rome). During the Late Renaissance (which had no particular leader, though both Florence and Rome remained primary forces), the severe balance and simplicity of the High Renaissance was relaxed, presaging the Baroque era.

Northern Renaissance Art

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Northern Renaissance Art was influenced more by religious reform than the Italian quest to revive classical antiquity

Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting

Flemish Renaissance Painting

Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting represents the 16th century response to Italian Renaissance art in the Low Countries. These artists, who span from the Antwerp Mannerists and Hieronymus Bosch at the start of the 16th century to the late Northern Mannerists such as Hendrik Goltzius and Joachim ...

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DUTCH AND FLEMISH PAINTING OF THE 16TH-17TH CENTURIES

Flemish Renaissance Painting
Religious and political turmoil in the 1500s split the Low Countries into two nations with differing social values and artistic tastes. Flanders remained Catholic and royalist; Flemish artists such as Rubens and Van Dyck glorified the Church and monarchy with grandiose themes, lively compositions, and vivid colors. The United Netherlands, however, became a republic populated mainly by Calvinists. Dutch Protestants like Rembrandt conveyed morals and religious messages through concealed symbolism in landscapes, still lifes, and scenes of daily life.

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Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting

Flemish Renaissance Painting

Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting represents the 16th century response to Italian Renaissance art in the Low Countries. These artists, who span from the Antwerp Mannerists and Hieronymus Bosch at the start of the 16th century to the late Norther...

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