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Mona Lisa stresses the human beauty but, in contrast to Michelangelo’s David, da Vinci focuses on female beauty. Mona Lisa marks the progress of the Renaissance art as unique, original art, different from classical, ancient Roman art. In fact, Mona Lisa is the quintessence of the progress and achievements of the Renaissance art. Leonardo da Vinci attempted to make his painting realistic but, at the same time, his unique technique made his work different from all others. At the same time, the skillful use of light and shade reveals the achievement of the Renaissance artist in the depiction of humans. Mona Lisa is the ideal of the female beauty of the Renaissance era. The artist that was probably among the […]

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Leonardo da Vinci Annunciation Annunciation is the depiction of the announcement of the birth of Christ to Mary that reveals the human nature of Christ in contrast to divine nature of Christ in Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling. Leonardo da Vinci tends to use a lot of symbols again that is the characteristic of his works. At this point, Leonardo da Vinci is quite different from Michelangelo, who also used symbols but still Michelangelo was more direct in the expression of his ideas and sending the message to his audience. For instance, Leonardo da Vinci uses the flower, lily, as a symbol of purity of Mary. The angel, who is sent by God, presents the flower to Mary to show her […]

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Michelangelo’s The Last Judgment evokes fear and panic in the audience in face of the last judgment, the last day when all Christians and non-Christians are supposed to undergo the divine judgment. The artist evokes divine fear in the audience and naturalism of his work increases the impact of the artist’s message on the audience. In such a way, Michelangelo reveals the full potential of his art and naturalism. Leonardo da Vinci The Last Supper The artist depicts the last supper of Jesus Christ. In contrast to Michelangelo’s The Last Judgment Jesus and his disciples are calm and feel no fear, although Jesus is aware of his fate. Leonardo da Vinci is also very concerned with realism of his painting […]

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Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo are two outstanding and remarkable artists of the Renaissance era. They have had a considerable impact on their contemporaries because their art was really innovative and different from conventional art of that time. At the same time, they had had a considerable impact on the further development of art in Italy and Europe because they had a number of followers as well as rivals, who wanted to challenge their position as the greatest artist of the Renaissance period. In such a sitauton, the contribution of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo in the development of European art can hardly be underestimated. On the other hand, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo are quite different in their artistic […]

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Outline A Introduction 1 Thesis statement Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo were two outstanding artists, who had made a considerable impact on the development of Italian and European art due to innovativeness of their art and perfection which they had reached in their artistic works. B Michelangelo’s The Last Judgment The Last Judgment is the depiction of the vision of the final day, the judgment day of the artist that reveals the innate fear of the artist in face of the judgment day, when people expect for their last judgment. C Leonardo’s da Vinci’s The Last Supper The artist depicts the last supper of Jesus Christ. In contrast to Michelangelo’s The Last Judgment Jesus and his disciples are calm and […]

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