The Medieval Art covers a fairly long historical period of about 1000 years.
Precisely for this reason, medieval art is represented by several lines, such as Byzantine art, Gothic and Romanesque art. The characteristic trait of medieval pictorial works is the disappearance of the plastic force in the representation of the typical figures of the period.
The use of perspective is of an experimental nature, more than anything else it is only sketchy, in fact it will be necessary to reach the Renaissance period, with Brunelleschi, to reach the use of the first geometric rules.
The medieval paintings represent almost exclusively religious themes, such as the works of artists of the caliber of: Ambrogio Lorenzetti, Beato Angelico, Masaccio, Giotto.
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