Renaissance Art, Politics, and Changing Perspectives Term Paper

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Art, Politics, and Changing Perspectives

Although both Michelangelo's "Last Judgment" and Bosch's "Garden of Earthly Delight" present a vision of the end of time, and the fate of sinners, Michelangelo's work is filled with beautiful images of God and God's creation of heaven as well as hell, while Bosch's grotesque images of the Northern Renaissance are horrifying without any alleviating, heartening perspective of the goodness of the creation of Man.Buy full Download Microsoft Word File paper
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Thus, the same image, in this case that of judgment, can convey entirely different world perspectives, depending on that image's location in historical time and the view of the artist. Think of the fun 1980s teenage movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," where the innocent truants go to the World Trade Center Towers at the movie's climax, and look out at the world from above, feeling young and free, as if nothing can harm them. Today, the images of the Towers seem like images of tragedy, or even of human folly. Who could ever think that they could… [END OF PREVIEW] . . . READ MORE

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