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Andrea Mantegna, Cámara de los esposos, fresco, Palacio Ducal Mantua, 1474. Quatrocentro. Escuela Veneciana.

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Andrea Mantegna, Cámara de los esposos, fresco, Palacio Ducal Mantua, 1474. Quatrocentro. Escuela Veneciana.

Dead Christ, by Andrea Mantegna Mantegna (1431-1506): Pintor de estilo escultórico, de construcción anatómica fuerte y definida, de cierta tendencia a abstracción formal, impregnado por recuerdos góticos, y clásicos. Aplica la perspectiva lineal y geométrica al cuerpo humano. Profundo interés por los escorzos. Es considerado el máximo exponente del Renacimiento Humanista.

Dead Christ, by Andrea Mantegna Mantegna (1431-1506): Pintor de estilo escultórico, de construcción anatómica fuerte y definida, de cierta tendencia a abstracción formal, impregnado por recuerdos góticos, y clásicos. Aplica la perspectiva lineal y geométrica al cuerpo humano. Profundo interés por los escorzos. Es considerado el máximo exponente del Renacimiento Humanista.

Andrea Mantegna, The Court of Gonzaga, 1465-74. Mantua, Palazzo Ducale - Camera degli sposi - or 'camera picta' with family portrait and court members. Fresco.

Andrea Mantegna, The Court of Gonzaga, 1465-74. Mantua, Palazzo Ducale - Camera degli sposi - or 'camera picta' with family portrait and court members. Fresco.

Andrea Mantegna - Decoration of the Camera degli Sposi (Barbara of Brandenburg - detail), 1465 - 1474 Palazzo Ducale, Mantua

Andrea Mantegna - Decoration of the Camera degli Sposi (Barbara of Brandenburg - detail), 1465 - 1474 Palazzo Ducale, Mantua

Andrea Mantegna, Madonna of Victory, 1496, Louvre

Andrea Mantegna, Madonna of Victory, 1496, Louvre

Andrea Mantegna (Italian: [anˈdrɛa manˈteɲɲa]; c. 1431 –1506) was an Italian painter, son in law of Jacopo Bellini. Like other artists of the time, Mantegna experimented with perspective, e.g., by lowering the horizon in order to create a sense of greater monumentality. His flinty, metallic landscapes and somewhat stony figures give evidence of a fundamentally sculptural approach to painting. He also led a workshop that was the leading producer of prints in Venice before 1500.

Andrea Mantegna (Italian: [anˈdrɛa manˈteɲɲa]; c. 1431 –1506) was an Italian painter, son in law of Jacopo Bellini. Like other artists of the time, Mantegna experimented with perspective, e.g., by lowering the horizon in order to create a sense of greater monumentality. His flinty, metallic landscapes and somewhat stony figures give evidence of a fundamentally sculptural approach to painting. He also led a workshop that was the leading producer of prints in Venice before 1500.

Andrea Mantegna - Portrait of a man 1b [1470-75]

Andrea Mantegna - Portrait of a man 1b [1470-75]

Historia Alrededor de 1450, Ludovico Gonzaga, marqués de Mantua, decidió cambiar radicalmente su imagen como estrategia política para promover su prestigio y para reforzar sus lazos c...

“Camera degli Sposi” de Andrea Mantegna

Historia Alrededor de 1450, Ludovico Gonzaga, marqués de Mantua, decidió cambiar radicalmente su imagen como estrategia política para promover su prestigio y para reforzar sus lazos c...

ANDREA MANTEGNA (1431-1506) – One of the greatest exponents of the Quattrocento, interested in the human figure, which he often represented under extreme perspectives ("The Dead Christ")

ANDREA MANTEGNA (1431-1506) – One of the greatest exponents of the Quattrocento, interested in the human figure, which he often represented under extreme perspectives ("The Dead Christ")

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