the magic of crucifixion

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History

 

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William E

 

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May 18, 2013

 

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University

 

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Grunewald portrays his in a more gruesome and dark tone, where figures are darker and more mournful. As for Perugino, his portrayal is more light and peaceful with his figures as onlookers through his death. The two paintings are on the same subject, the crucifixion of Christ, but the emotion behind both the Grunewald and Perugino are so different in their actual portrayal and the feelings that the artists had about the event...
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His beliefs do not lie in the idealized figures that the early Renaissance portrayed, he believed more in brutal distortion and the naturalistic ideal (Fiero, p.129). In the portrait itself the setting is much darker, and the focus of the lamentation is placed by the darkened landscape (Fiero, p.130)...
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