Flemish art of the 17th century-cheap large paintings online

The revolution of the Netherlands in the second half of the 16th century ended with the independence of the Netherlands and the compromise of Flanders.
In the land where van eyck, Bosch and bruegel were born,Big Canvas Art there were also two schools with different national artistic characteristics in the south and north due to the division after the revolution: one was the 17th century Dutch painting headed by Rembrandt,Large Abstract Wall Art
 and the other was the 17th century Flemish painting headed by Rubens.
Flanders' painting in the 17th century was still under the control of feudal autocracy and the church in Spain.
Its mission was to decorate the magnificent palaces and halls, the churches and altars of the church.
This led to the formation of fine arts,Contemporary Wall Art especially the decorative styles of painting, which were sponsored and welcomed by the court and the aristocratic bourgeoisie.
However, the tradition of Flemish fine national art has not been completely lost. It still maintains a positive factor in Flemish art in the 17th century and reflects the healthy thoughts and feelings of the people.
Especially when the Spanish control was strengthened and the bourgeoisie revolution entered a low tide, the Flemish citizen class and peasants did not give up the desire of independence and freedom like the aristocracy, and they were still exploring the path of further independent development of politics and economy.
Therefore, this kind of national consciousness against the feudal autocratic rule of Spain was also reflected in the painting art at that time, and was often expressed in the form of implied meaning and twists and turns, just like the struggle for independence and freedom.
Therefore, compared with Holland art in the same period, Flanders art in the 17th century was obviously aristocratic and religious, and on the other hand, it still had a certain nationality, which was more or less reflected in the works of artists at that time, especially those works of unknown folk artists.


In Flanders, the Flemish school represented by Rubens and van dyke gradually formed. The service object of this school was the church and aristocracy. It used artistic images to sing praises to them, set up monuments and set up biographies, and satisfied their luxurious life and entertainment.

The fo LAN, the artistic style of painting, in the process of its formation, both retained the essence of national art, the Netherlands and widely absorbed the artistic achievement of the Italian Renaissance masters, especially the influence of the Venetian school is very big, in the 17th century, form of baroque art,

school in Italy and caravaggio, and also injected fresh blood to the Flanders paintings, especially the baroque art, has become the mainstream of

Flanders painting style, in their work, the modelling is bold and unrestrained, full of passion and strong movement, image rich the milk of human kindness;
The picture is bright, warm and warm.
This dynamic and colorful baroque artistic image has a strong visual appeal to the audience, and is also welcomed by the church, the nobility and the bourgeoisie.


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