22 -- Part 8: Sixteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe and
Cumberland, a man of about 30 years old, was introduced to the English by the Dutch scholar Eras richly engraved and gold-inlaid suit of armor forged for him.
He returned to England in 1532 and was on page 72.
He was given an air of courtly appointed court painter to Henry VIII, with a stylish beard, mustache, and curled hair.
Cumberland created a series of hair, but he was also humanized by the portraits of nobles and diplomats associated with the receding hair.
His motto is "I bear lightning and Tudor court."
Holbein painted a double portrait of the court's climate of international interac water and a caduceus, one of his emblems.
In 1533, he was that remarkable Elizabethan type--a naval com painter's rendering in England of two French diplomats, mander and gentleman pirate.
Oil on canvas is 95 x 60'.
Henry and Sebastiano Serlio wanted to increase support for the Tudor dynasty.
The home of Elizabeth, known as "Bess of Hardwick", was one of the largest and most luxurious country residences in the world.
The count was in the Perpendicular Gothic style when she was in her seventies.
Elizabethan architecture's severe walls and husbands--employed Robert Smythson--modernized broad expanses of glass.
The story entrance hall with rooms arranged symmetrically was written by John Shute, one of the few builders around it and a nod to Classical balance.
A sequence of rooms in Italy.
The countess entertained and sometimes dined guests here.
The room seems to have been designed to showcase a set of tapestries with the story of Ulysses in them.
They remind us of the international character of the lavish decoration of residences created for wealthy Renaissance patrons throughout Europe during the 16th century.
The medieval tradition of jousting continued during the Renaissance.
The anniversary of Elizabeth I's coming to the throne was celebrated with the Accession Day Tilts.
The gentlemen of the court, dressed in armor made especially for the occasion, held mock battles in the queen's honor.
They tried to hit each other with long lances as judges rated their performances.
As the queen's champion, he wore her jeweled glove attached to his helmet as he met all comers in the tiltyard of Whitehall Palace in London.
If one of the leg protectors was damaged, the owner could change his appearance by changing mitts, side pieces, or leg protectors.
It was made in the royal workshop.
The height is 5'91/2'' (1.77 m).
Abraham Smith painted plaster sculpture of tapestries.
Choose a European court that employed artists the work and persona of German artist Albrecht working in a "foreign" tradition from another part Durer.
Take a look at one of his works from this chapter of Europe and assess how this internationalism and the way in which it departs from regional and national which it draws on earlier Northern boundaries in European art.
Choose a work of art from this chapter that displays on the visual arts in northern Europe, focusing extraordinary technical skill in more than one discussion on types of subject matter that medium.
How was it achieved?
The painting of the Virgin Mary is similar to the one by van der Weyden.
The way each of the two artists embodied the style that characterized their particular moment in the history of art was described in the works.