large abstract paintings on canvas-Not long after Raphael's death,Big Canvas Art as a whole, the golden age of Renaissance art in the heyday of Italy was over, and a new art began to appear.
Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael and other masters created a large number of brilliant art products, established a perfect model.
In people's eyes, they are the most perfect embodiment of rational thinking. Later artists could not help feeling that they are facing the sea.
Some young Italian artists,Black and White Wall Art inspired by the drum dance created by Michelangelo and Raphael, try to imitate and develop their styles
regardless of the inner spirit of their works.
Others, who are more talented and ambitious, are committed to change and innovation in formal language, and to showing their own characteristics in their works.
In general, their creation deviated from the ideals and basic principles of Renaissance art in its heyday, and abandoned its natural, harmonious and pure artistic style.
They pursue a style with unique visual effects and strong sense of form.
Works from their hands, often with carved meaning, cold and distant taste,Contemporary Wall Art quite subjective and fantasy color.
But for those with fancy tastes, they are something of a charm.HANDMADE ABSTRACT ART MODERN WALL ART

This artistic phenomenon was popular after the Renaissance in its heyday and before the baroque era. Historians called it stylistic art.
Chinese people also have according to the western translation of stylistic or decorative art.

Florence is the birthplace and most important center of style art.
Under sarto, there emerged the early representatives of stylistics, pondolmo and Russell.

Pontormo (1494--1557), whose real name is Jacob kalusi, has a distinct personal style. The name Pontormo comes from the small village where he was born.
He entered sato's workshop in 1512, and his work showed more new elements than his teacher's.
The most characteristic work of pondolmo's style is "under the cross of Christ" (about 1526--1528), which is filled with images of characters stuck almost completely flat on the foreground. These light colored and smooth figures seem to
float like clouds in the void without a sense of real space.
They lack a sense of volume and weight, like thin paper cuts.
Christ's posture is reminiscent of the Christ in Michelangelo's lament for Christ, but lacks a sense of weight or substance.
The virgin Mary and the other characters are full of a strange surprise and anxiety, the whole picture is full of a dreamy feeling, one
A sense of unreality.
Although the picture is elegant and exquisite, but there is no natural calm style and friendly effect.
In short, there is a clear distance from the works of the Renaissance in its heyday.