Gothic Art & 14c Art in Europe

Gothic Art & 14c Art in Europe

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Gothic Art & 14c Art in Europe

Artistic designs and features have transformed that artistic creatures designed at different times tend to vary in terms of visual narratives, themes and texture composition among others. The picture 16-20 is a Willigelmo, ‘’The Creation and Fall of Adam and Eve, West Façade, Modena Cathedral while the picture 17-1 is  Good Samaritan Window. The two pictures represent the Romanesque and Gothic arts. One common element evident in the two images is the element of nudity. The images contain naked people; however, the element of nudity is limited in the image 17-1. While the characters in 17-1 are naked, their private parts are hidden unlike in the picture 16-20 where the characters’ nakedness is exposed.

Furthermore, the image 16-2 shows how Eve was deceived by the devil and eventually sinned against God. Similarly, the image 17-1 contains images of the Good Samaritan as well as the image of God warning Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. The theme of God’s reverence and the need to follow God’s command is amplified in the images. Therefore, a common meaning and medium are drawn from the artworks. It is apparent that God rewards the obedience and punishes disobedience.

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Lastly, artistic styles can also be expressed in terms of color composition and texture. A mono-color is used in the image 16-2 with all the characters assuming the same appearance. On the other hand, the image 17-1 appears beautiful with more than one color composition. Besides, the texture used in image 16-2 is rough while the one used in image 17-1 is smooth. However, while there are few differences in the two images, they tend to assume nearly the same visual narrative, medium, meaning, and artistic styles.

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