The Renaissance Period

Neo-Renaissance is an artistic movement that began in Florence in the 15th century. The Renaissance Revival architecture collection is a collection 19th-century architectural styles that are neither Greek Revival nor Gothic Revival however, they draw from various other classical Italian styles. This includes Baroque, Classical and Renaissance architecture styles. The Basilica di San Miniato al Monte and the Ponte Vecchio Fontana are some of the most popular styles from this period. Other styles that are important include the Ionian Style and the Roman Style and the Greek revival, Gothic revival and the Italianate.

The Neo-Renaissance architecture was criticized for putting too much emphasis on the appearance instead of the actual purpose of buildings. However as Joseph Schumpeter pointed out, there was more to be found in the architecture of the day than aesthetics. The Neo-Renaissance art movement rekindled an undiscovered culture that had been long ignored by its practitioners. Through its structures it was evident to people that beauty wasn’t just in the sense of visual beauty but that beauty was also located in the details in the interplay of form and function.

Florence was the capital of the European Renaissance during the Renaissance. Many famous artists, including Titian, Leonardo da Vinci and Titian were born and worked in Florence. Jan van Gogh and Gorgios dejanos are just among the many. It was also a significant center of politics during the time. Renaissance architecture has often been described as an attempt to blend the aesthetics of the Greek and the Islamic worlds, in order to create a unified art form that would combine both West and East. The result was a move toward individualism, freedom of thought and a recognition of individual artistic talents.

Neoclassicism (also known as Romanticism) was a reaction against the excesses attributable to the French Revolution. This movement did have some merit. The French became concerned about their freedom of speech following the French Revolution. They also had a tendency to criticize other people. The French took to the streets and attacked the clergy, as well as destruction of property. The French government took control of all public buildings, universities and the press and began to censor any artistic expression.

This new movement was driven by a desire for simple and simple, a desire to return to an earlier period prior to the time when the modern world had overtaken the Renaissance. This led to a rejection of the highly extravagant, egotistical and overstated architecture of the day. The Neoclassics who were often radicals, valued simplicity. The Neoclassics’ greatest attraction, after their rejection of the excesses of French architecture was that they sought to build architecture based on natural materials and forms. In the end, Neoclassicism may be considered the most classical art of its time.

Neo-Renaissance art was to eventually disappear from Western society, but not before it had created some of the most impressive artwork and architecture. Although the Neoclassics have not completely vanished, their influence on Western art is not to be overlooked. Today, buildings, artwork, furniture, and clothing all bear some trace of their influence.

Neo-Renaissance architecture carries the hallmarks of Neoclassics. It is distinguished by symmetry, symmetry and a sense of balance. Neoclassicism was also very in tune to nature, specifically the physical world. The Vitruvian Man is one of the most well-known Neo-Renaissance sculptures. Vitruvius is considered to be the father of modernist movements. His Vitruvian man is pictured at the entryway of the Temple of Vitruvius, an ancient Roman temple constructed of marble, limestone, and plaster that resembles huge, life-size statues.

Neo-Renaissance art has been criticised by both postmodernists and classicalists for not having any real artistic merit. Domenico Dolce, for example was one of them. He criticized the “stature” of Vitruvius’ works after he had read the entire collection. He believed that the statues’ depth and simplicity was in contrast to their highly stylized and elaborate designs. Botticelli and other artists would further refine the Neoclassicism movement and create new concepts like Futurism. บริษัท สถาปนิก


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