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By Victoria Charles, Joseph Manca, Megan McShane

Desde el Renacimiento temprano, pasando por el Barroco y el Romanticismo hasta el Cubismo, Surrealismo y Pop paintings, estas pinturas canónicas del arte occidental abarcan ocho siglos y una multitud de temas. Aquí encontrarás lo sagrado y lo escandaloso, lo minimalista y lo opulente, lo rompedor y lo convencional; hay cuadros que capturaron los angeles esencia de una época y otros que marcaron el inicio de una nueva; obras de arte que fueron inmediatamente catalogadas de geniales y otras que al principio encontraron cierta reticencia. Todas han superado l. a. prueba del tiempo y, a su manera, contribuyen a l. a. dialéctica sobre lo que convierte a un cuadro en obra maestra, sobre lo que han cambiado las nociones sobre el arte, hasta qué punto el arte refleja los angeles realidad y en qué medida l. a. altera. Presentándolas aquí reunidas, estas obras de arte pretender ayudar a comprender los angeles evolución de las preocupaciones y percepciones de nuestros ancestros, así como ofrecernos una pausa para considerar qué obras de nuestra period pasarán a los cánones de l. a. pintura.

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51. Lorenzo Monaco, c. 1370-1424, gótico internacional, italiano, Adoración de los magos, 1421-22, pintura al temple sobre panel, 115 x 170 cm, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florencia 47 52 52. Konrad von Soest, activo de 1394 a 1422, Renacimiento del norte, alemán, El retablo de Wildunger, c. 1403, óleo sobre panel, 158 x 267cm, Iglesia de Bad Wildungen, Bad Wildungen 54. 6 cm, Museo Condé, Chantilly 53. Frater Francke, 1380 - c. 1430, gótico internacional, alemán, Persecución de Santa Bárbara, 1410-15, pintura al temple sobre panel, Museo Nacional, Helsinki Estos tres hermanos flamencos fueron los más famosos ilustradores del gótico tardío.

Además le agregó un patetismo del que no existe otro ejemplo en su país, excepto tal vez, aunque con menor poder y nobleza, la obra de Hugo Van der Goes a finales del siglo. Tuvo una influencia considerable en el arte de Flandes y Alemania. Su alumno de mayor renombre fue Hans Memling. Van der Weyden fue el último heredero de la tradición de Giotto y el último de los pintores cuya obra fue totalmente religiosa. 78. Rogier van der Weyden, 1399-1464, Renacimiento del norte, flamenco, San Lucas dibujando a la Virgen, c.

65 56 (1387 Vicchio – 1455 Roma) Recluido dentro de los muros de un claustro, pintor y monje, hermano de la orden de los dominicos, Angelico dedicó su vida a la pintura religiosa. Se sabe poco de su juventud, salvo por el hecho de que nació en Vicchio, en el amplio y fértil valle de Mugello, cerca de Florencia, que su nombre era Guido de Pietro, que pasó su juventud en Florencia, probablemente en alguna bottegha, y a los veinte años ya se le reconocía como pintor. En 1418 ingresó en un convento dominico en Fiesole, junto con su hermano.

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