OPEN CEILING FLESCO

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OPEN CEILING FLESCO by Mind Map: OPEN CEILING FLESCO

1. images

1.1. found at private family palaces

1.2. found at churches

2. Started in Italy

3. characteristics

3.1. depth

3.1.1. As a Renaissance Art, the depth became basic for every work

3.1.1.1. use of geometry and space for 3D looking

3.1.1.2. made the illusion of infinite space

3.2. light

3.2.1. the light is one of the principal

3.2.1.1. Sense of movement, energy and tension

3.2.1.2. dark and light colors to create perspective

3.2.1.3. strong contrast of light and shadow

4. famous artists

4.1. Michelangelo

4.1.1. The vault of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel

4.1.1.1. FIRST OPEN CEILING

4.2. Masaccio

4.2.1. "Eden’s expulsion"

5. technique

5.1. uses the architectural vanishing point

5.2. often uses foreshortened figures

6. one of the most amazing styles

7. objective

7.1. Catholic believers would be joyfully uplifted into the heavens

8. 1600 to 1750

8.1. several competitive painters worked in Rome

8.1.1. Foundation of different open ceilings

9. references

9.1. References No Author (No date), Baroque Ceiling Frescoes. Information from: http://www.romaculta.it/engl/baroque-ceiling-frescoes.html Roettgen, Steffi (2007) Italian Frescoes: the Baroque Era. Abe ville Press. Education Portal. (2003). Baroque Painting: Style, Characteristics & Artists. Obtenido de http://education-portal.com/academy/lesson/baroque-art-and-architecture.html

10. Gabriel Jiménez A01065668 Francisco González A01065560 Gustavo Calderón A01065568 Luis Brito A01066211