Blue abstract arts-Europe's Renaissance movement originated in Italy,Great Big Canvas Art under its influence, western European countries have germinated the Renaissance.
Due to the differences in geography, history, folk customs and other factors, the fine arts of these countries were influenced by the medieval gothic art tradition,Black and White Canvas with a strong religious flavor.
Renaissance spirit here is more reflected in the depiction of secular customs.
Compared with Italy in the same period, although their art works lacked the magnificent momentum peculiar to Italian Renaissance art, the departments of Netherlands,
Modern Canvas Art Germany, France and Spain made their own contributions to the development of European Renaissance art.
L. Netherlands Renaissance art,The term "netherland" means "low concave land," and it refers roughly to what is now the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and northeast France.LARGE ABSTRACT CANVAS ART
It is close to the north sea and the mouth of the Rhine river. Since the middle ages, it has become an important transportation hub in the north with convenient sea transportation and inland river transportation.
Developed shipping industry and wool textile industry flourished the city and promoted the rapid development of capitalism.
But for a long time, Ned land was under the control of foreign forces and the nation was in constant danger.
The Netherlands was placed under the duchy of blende in the early 14th century and later became part of the hapsburg court of Spain.
The invasion of foreign nations and the oppression of feudal lords hindered the development of economy and culture.
Ned land's artistic activities were originally closely associated with France.
In the 14th century, many Dutch artists were employed by the French court. They not only brought the styles of Dutch art to France, but also accepted the influence of Italian art styles popular in France.
After the hundred years' war (1337--1453), the capital of blaine moved to Flanders, and the Renaissance art of the Netherlands began to transform and develop gothic art in the late period
In the process of artistic development.
Flanders was a major area of activity for the artists of the Netherlands in the 14th century.
There they used to decorate churches, palaces and municipal buildings with paintings and carvings, but these works were largely destroyed and rarely left.
At the end of the 14th century, the famous sculptor Claus Sluter appeared in the Netherlands (about 135/1360--1405).
The history of his life and early artistic activities are impossible to examine, but he was a Dijon convent
The exquisite carving of Moses' well has always been praised for its excellent realistic skills.
The well of Moses, written between 1395 and 1403, was the base of a huge cross, hexagonal in shape, with statues of prophets larger than human beings on each side.
Among them were Moses, who held the law; David, who was tall and stately; and Isaiah, who was bald.
These figures have distinct personalities and simple and realistic artistic techniques.
Its full and robust body and smooth and elegant lines make it one of the best sculptures of the Netherlands and exert a powerful influence on the art of painting.