Posts Tagged: Renaissance Art

Another View on the Renaissance: The Relationship between Art and Science

The concepts of art and science appear to be polar opposites to the untrained eye. However, I looked closer at art and science in the renaissance and found them to be much more closely related than I previously thought. According

Another View on the Renaissance: The Relationship between Art and Science

The concepts of art and science appear to be polar opposites to the untrained eye. However, I looked closer at art and science in the renaissance and found them to be much more closely related than I previously thought. According

Art: Too Cool for Politics

Former Mackinac Center President, Lawrence R. Reed, stated in 2003, “art is too important to be dependent upon politicians” (Reed). When I first read Reed’s statement I was surprised – the government funds art? Apparently yes, about $160 million in

Art: Too Cool for Politics

Former Mackinac Center President, Lawrence R. Reed, stated in 2003, “art is too important to be dependent upon politicians” (Reed). When I first read Reed’s statement I was surprised – the government funds art? Apparently yes, about $160 million in

Art Then and Now

There are many similar aspects in modern and renaissance. I chose to compare Salvador Dali’s painting “The Sacrament of the Last Supper” and Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”. I chose these two paintings because they are very similar, but

Art Then and Now

There are many similar aspects in modern and renaissance. I chose to compare Salvador Dali’s painting “The Sacrament of the Last Supper” and Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”. I chose these two paintings because they are very similar, but

Renaissance Themes and the Modern World of Art

I think it’s important to start this post by mentioning that a comparison of Renaissance art to modern art is like comparing parents and children. Renaissance art did, after all, develop many of the basic ideas of modern art, such

Renaissance Themes and the Modern World of Art

I think it’s important to start this post by mentioning that a comparison of Renaissance art to modern art is like comparing parents and children. Renaissance art did, after all, develop many of the basic ideas of modern art, such