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The Renaissance (meaning rebirth) was a movement that took place across Europe during the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries.It was characterized by an interest in nature, greater focus on individualism, interest in the world and concepts that had been taken for granted until then, as well as a greater emphasis on classical learning.Discover More
Medieval Art in the Western world covers over a thousand years of art across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Medieval Art includes several distinct movements and periods based on genre, region and time period, such as Early Christian Art, Byzantine Art, Anglo-Saxon Art, Viking Art, Insular Art, Romanesque Art and Gothic Art, amongst others.Discover More
Western Art encompasses all visual art produced in Europe (and later, the Americas)- from the prehistoric age right through to post-modernism. What began in the form of rock and cave paintings during the Paleolithic Age, eventually evolved into Classical Renaissance, Impressionist, Modern, and Postmodern Art.Discover More
Modern art represents art produced during the 19th and 20th centuries, and is mainly associated with pieces that eschew the traditions of the past in favour of the spirit of experimentation. Modern artists tend to experiment with new ways of looking at things and provide fresh ideas about the nature of materials and functions of art. Modern art tends to shy away from the creation of a narrative and focuses more on the abstract, allowing each viewer to interpret a work of art subjectively.Discover More
Postmodern art encompasses a body of varied art movements that contradict certain aspects of modern art. Postmodernism is characterized by certain distinct features, such as the use of text as the central artistic element, the use of several distinct entities to create a new whole, the emphasis on the concept rather than the aesthetic and the recycling of past themes and ideas with the addition of a modern-day twist.Discover More
Indian art covers art that has been produced by ancient Indian civilizations, ranging as far back as 3500 BC. It includes a variety of art forms, such as paintings, sculptures, tapestries, pottery and textile arts. Geographically, it covers art from the entire Indian subcontinent, which includes what is now the countries of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and the eastern portion of Afghanistan.Discover More
Islamic art encomasses all visual arts produced by culturally Islamic populations, ranging from architecture, calligraphy, glass, pottery and textile arts. One of the most distinctive features of Islamic art is the use of arabesque, which is a repetitive, stylized form of artistic decoration that relies on rhythmic linear patterns of interlacing tendrils or foliage. Arabesque is often used to symbolize the transcendent, indivisible and infinite nature of God.Discover More
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Prayer of Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane
Creator: Pietro Bernardi (Verona,? - 1623), attr.
Medium: Oil on canvas, 34 x 44 cm
Physical Dimensions: Con cornice cm 46 x 55
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