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How did the Flemish painter Jan van Eyck and Pieter Bruegel’s realistic portrayals of townspeople and peasants reflect common themes in Renaissance art?
Both Jan van Eyck and Pieter Bruegel’s realistic portrayals of townspeople and peasants were filled with detail which added realism to their art. Realism was a common theme during the Renaissance in artists work.
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Jan van Eyck’s Giovanni Arnolfini and his wife Giovanna Cenami, like René Magritte’s The Treason of Images, is concerned with
images that are n it literally what t hey appear to be
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In Jan van Eyck’s The marriage of giovanni arnolfini and giovanna cenami, the woman is wearing green because:
it symbolizes fertility
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Jan Van Eyck, Arnolfini Double Portrait, 1434
Iconography (the story including symbols or references, people, events, etc.) requires knowledge of a specific ,me, beliefs or culture.
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Who is Jan Van Eyck?
A Flemish painter who portrays townspeople and religious scenes in realistic detail.
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68. The Arnolfini Portrait. Jan van Eyck. c. 1434 C.E. Oil on wood.
1. There is a lot of symbolism in this portrait. The clogs indicate this is taking place on holy ground. The dog symbolizes fidelity. The bedpost’s crowning ornament is a tiny statue of Saint Margaret, (patron saint of childbirth) The wife was not actually pregnant although the dress she is wearing makes it appear that she is. The whisk broom symbolizes domestic care. The single candle in the chandelier represents either unity of the couple or the all seeing eye of god. Oranges could represent the couple’s affluence as oranges were rather expensive. 2. The final painting of this portrait was recently discovered to be altered many times before it was actually finalized. for instance, the man’s hand was adjusted, the woman’s hand holding her dress was shifted, and the dog was added entirely separately, not sketched beforehand. 3. The identity of the couple has always been disputed, known most popularly as the Lucca financier(who had established himself in Bruges as an agent of the Medici family) in his home, holding the hand of his second wife. The traditional interpretation of the painting is that van Eyck recorded the couple taking their marriage vows. But it was recently considered that the woman in the painting had died before its completion, or perhaps it had even begun.
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