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Late Renaissance Art

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Topic: Late Renaissance Art
Posted By: Don Quixote
Subject: Late Renaissance Art
Date Posted: 23-Mar-2012 at 01:34
What is considered the Late Renaissance period is the time between 1500-1700, when the Renaissance completely "overwhelmed" Italy /which entered the period of Mannerism/ and "moved" toward North Europe. This was the time of the Flemish and German Renaissance, the time of Bosch, Bruegel, Grunewald and Durer, and in Netherlands - the Golden Dutch Age, with Rembrandt as it's most important figure when it comes to painting.

Post your favorite Late Renaissance art, with or without comment.
All start with my favorite Rembrandt
Autoportrait with Saskia" - also known as "The Prodigal Son in the Tavern" - 1635
http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/rembrandt/self/prodigal-son.jpg

"The Jewish Bride" - 1667
http://oilpaintingshop.com/rembrandt/12.jpg

"The Return of the Prodigal Son" - 1669
http://oilpaintingshop.com/rembrandt/43.jpg

I'm posting those 3 together because they look so alike in their soft, warm, rich reds and deep golds, so intimate in the depth of the emotions they express - they literally glow with mellow emotion and deeply felt humanity.



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Posted By: Don Quixote
Date Posted: 24-Mar-2012 at 14:52
Rembdrandt  "The Feast of Belshazzars" - 1635

http://www.rembrandtpaintings.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/rembrandt-belshazzars-feast.jpg

Rembrandt "I pellegrini di Emmaus" - "Emmaus Pilgrims"
http://www.christusrex.org/www2/art/images/rembrandt03a.jpg



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Posted By: Don Quixote
Date Posted: 25-Mar-2012 at 23:04
Rembrandt "The Magnification of Simeon", 1631
http://www.christusrex.org/www2/art/images/rembrandt05a.jpg




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Posted By: Don Quixote
Date Posted: 28-Mar-2012 at 00:42
Rembrandt:
"Juno", 1664-65

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_luw2wncCSa1r1eenfo1_500.jpg

"Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem"
http://artmight.com/albums/2011-02-07/art-upload-2/r/Rembrandt-Harmenszoon-Van-Rijn/Rembrandt-Jeremais-Lamenting-the-Destruction-of-Jerusalem.jpg

"Hendrickje Stoffels" (1659)
http://mathomhouse.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/1659_rembrandt_hendrickje_stoffels.jpg



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Posted By: Don Quixote
Date Posted: 05-Apr-2012 at 02:30
Rembrandt:
" The Abduction of Europa" 1632
http://traumwerk.stanford.edu/philolog/Rembrandt%20Europa.jpg

http://www.ricci-art.net/img005/563.jpg

"The Mill" 1650

http://www.ricci-art.net/img005/397.jpg">Rembrandt, 00002985-Z




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Posted By: Don Quixote
Date Posted: 11-Apr-2012 at 02:27
Rembrand:
Simeon and Anna Recognize the Lord in Jesus c. 1627
Judas Returning the Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1629
Supper at Emmaus, c. 1629



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Posted By: Don Quixote
Date Posted: 09-May-2012 at 01:35
Rembrandt, "The Raising the Cross" c. 1633



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Posted By: LeopoldPhilippe
Date Posted: 26-May-2015 at 20:20
Giovanni Bellini painted two paintings of the Transfiguration of Christ.



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