The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci

The Creation of Adam by  Michelangelo

Ezekiels Vision by  Raphael

Bacchus and Ariadne by  Titian

High Renaissance artists

Giovanni Bellini (1430 - 1516)

Leonardo da Vinci (1452 - 1519)

Michelangelo (1475 - 1564)

Raphael (1483 - 1520)

Tintoretto (1518 - 1594)

Titian (1477 - 1576)

Paolo Veronese (1528 - 1588)

What is High Renaissance

The 'birth' of new interest in Classical Greco-Latin world, that artistic revolution of the Early Renaissance matured to what is now known as the High Renaissance. There has never been growth as lovely as that of painting in Florence and Rome, of the end of 15th and early 16th centuries. High Renaissance in Italy is the climax of Renaissance art, from 1500-1525. It is also considered as a sort of natural evolution of Italian Humanism (Umanesimo.

It has been characterized by explosion of creative genius. Painting especially reached its peak of technical competence, rich artistic imagination and heroic composition. The main characteristics of High Renaissance painting are harmony and balance in construction.

Italian High Renaissance artists achieved ideal of harmony and balance comparable with the works of ancient Greece or Rome. Renaissance Classicism was a form of art that removed the extraneous detail and showed the world as it was. Forms, colors and proportions, light and shade effects, spatial harmony, composition, perspective, anatomy - all are handled with total control and a level of accomplishment for which there are no real precedents.

We find it in the works of the greatest artists ever known: the mighty Florentines, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo; the Umbrian, Raffaello Sanzio; along with the great Venetian masters Titian, Tintoretto and Veronese.

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