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What is the difference between Northern and Southern Renaissance art?
Last Updated: 9th June, 2020
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Likewise, people ask, what was different about Northern Renaissance Art?
Northern Europe became more rebellious about the church's authority and art became secular. Northern Renaissance painters painted subjects of daily life. They painted common people like peasants doing everyday things. They usually focused on the lives of peasants unlike Italian Renaissance painters.
Also, was the Northern Renaissance more religious? The Northern Renaissance was deeply influenced by the Italian Renaissance, but it was not merely an imitation of it. The Renaissance north of the Alps was much more religious than the largely secular and pagan Renaissance in the south and it arguably laid the intellectual foundations of the Reformation.
Also, what are the major differences between the Italian Renaissance and the Northern Renaissance?
during the Italian renaissance the art consisted of a lot of balance, symmetry, and perspective. Known for- the northern renaissance focused more on the smaller details and more in mathematics and science but for the Italian renaissance they were known for the understanding of the human anatomy.
How did Renaissance ideas influence northern and southern European art differently?
Renaissance ideas influenced northern and southern European art differently because it influenced northern European artists to use oil based paint and influenced southern European artists to use water based paints.