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The Gothic Period

Text presented in the form of images, in order to avoid copying. Gothic may refer to: Gothic – life style and culture. Gothic – musical sequence, the rock sequence. Gothic – film, which was shot in 1986. Gothic- computer game series. You can find an extensive article in Wikipedia: Gothic art, a Medieval art movement Gothic architecture Gothic Revival architecture (Neo-Gothic)  

Renaissance Period

Renaissance and Renewal (old French . Renaissance, meaning “re-birth”; Ital .: Rinascimento, re-“re-” and nascere “birth”), identified with the historical – cultural epoch with . This epoch has changed the Middle Ages and was preceded introduced ( the modern era of the early period) . Frames of this chronological era, XIV-XVI centuries . The Renaissance began in Italy in the period ( late Middle Ages ) . Later spread throughout  [ Read More ]

Uffizi Art Gallery

Uffizi Art Gallery (Italian Galleria degli Uffizi, the exact meaning of – “Office Gallery”) – a palace in Florence. The house was built in the years 1560-1581. He is now the European Fine Art – one of the largest and most important museums. Here are exhibited the works of great artists. These artists are: Giotto, boticheli, Leonardo Da Vinci, Raphael, Giorgione, Tiziano Vecelli or Tiziano Vecellio, uchelo, Fra’ Filippo Lippi, Cimabue, Piero della  [ Read More ]


A brief biography of the artist Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (born September 28, 1573 this year. karavajo Village, died June 18 in 1610) – the famous Italian painter. The artist was born on September 28, 1573. he elder brother was sent to Milan-based artist, Simone Peterzano . The artist’s characteristic strong light – shadow of the paintings. It is likely that one of the earliest drawings of Leonardo’s “Boy with a Basket of Fruit“. On June 18, 1610,  [ Read More ]

Cave painting

Altamiras cave. Petroglyphs. Bison bison figure. Fulfilled cave walls. The cave paintings are on the walls, ceiling, rocks, and some rocks. Examples of Paleolithic rock art found in the “cave kapovs”. The oldest art objects found in the following countries (Almost every corner of the earth):  Russia, France (A large number are found in the caves of southern France.), Scandinavia, Spain, Italy, Georgia…Also found in the following areas: North Africa, Central and Eastern Sahara.  [ Read More ]

The first part of the article are available here. Visit this link to see the second part of the article. Their main concern was for the way to get extra tickets because every citizen of Tbilisi, notwithstanding his or her national or religious, cultural or social diversity, seemed determined to press on to hear “La donna e mobile” right from the stage. From the stage because in the streets opera  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.part 8

The Hermitage picture gallery of Flemish painters of the XVII century is very vast and of the highest quality. The collection of paintings by Rubens, who headed that school of art, amounts to 42 pictures being one of the largest in the World. Creations of y Rubens (1577-1640) Whose name ranks among the first not only in Flemishart but also among the greatest artists of the Whole world, is full  [ Read More ]


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