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    Mannerism in art characterized by the distortion of elements such as proportion and space‚ in general Mannerist artists took the classical or idealized forms developed by Italian Renaissance artist of the early 16th century‚ but exaggerated or used these forms in unconventional ways in order to heighten tension‚ power‚ emotion‚ or elegance. Italian artist in Florence and Rome were the first ones to begin working in the Mannerist style around 1520. Mannerist typically painted figures using contorted

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    Florence‚ and the Catholic church in Rome. He was born in 1475 and died in 1564 a ripe age of 88 or 89 years old. Michelangelo is also attributed with development in Mannerism. Mannerism emerged in 1520‚ about 40 years before Michelangelo’s death. Mannerism is a rich period of European art that was later replaced by Baroque period. Mannerism is basically taking a turn after the High Renaissance from the sweet angelic ideals to a more basic‚ tense‚ unstable perspective and is often credited with the growth

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    Mannerism appeared in response to the Renaissance style from Florence‚ Rome and Venice in the 1520’s. Unlike Renaissance artists to strove to make their art look as realistic as possible‚ mannerism artists broke away from this convention. Some of these key characteristics include abnormally elongated limbs‚ contorted bodies impossible poses and most importantly‚ artifice. Renaissance artists tried to disguise artifice where mannerism artists reveal imbalanced compositions‚ ambiguous space‚ departures

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    Mannerism‚ which literally means "style"‚ was a period in European art that began in Italy in the final years of the Renaissance and lasted until it was replaced by Baroque‚ about 1520 to 1600. During this time‚ young artists were trying to establish their own style‚ with a new approach to painting and interpretation of the human experience. They had their difficulties as it were. Virtually everything that could be done‚ had been done. The artists of the Renaissance‚ masters such as Raphael

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    showed up known as Mannerism. A style that points out artificial and unbalanced but real character against the world’s ideal‚ symmetric and natural artistic style. Mannerism is a traditional style in art and architecture that originated in Florence and Rome Italy and eventually spread throughout the northern part of Europe. It emerged as a reaction against the stability of form and perfect proportion of High Renaissance. Trying to go out of the conventional style‚ mannerism was known for the

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    Mannerism is a period of European art which emerged from the later years of the Italian High Renaissance around 1520. It lasted until about 1580 in Italy‚ when a more Baroque style began to replace it‚ but continued into the seventeenth century throughout much of Europe.[1] Stylistically‚ Mannerism encompasses a variety of approaches influenced by‚ and reacting to‚ the harmonious ideals and restrained naturalism associated with artists such as Leonardo da Vinci‚ Raphael‚ and early Michelangelo. Mannerism

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    A Comparison of Renaissance and Mannerism Art Traci Willard Western Governor’s University One of the most influential eras of art is the Renaissance period. The Renaissance period began around the fourteenth century in Italy. It continued and spread through Europe until the sixteenth century. This era was marked by considerable political and religious turmoil. The papacy in Rome was occupied with corruption and scandal and Protestant branches breaking from the Church. The Bubonic Plague was

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    Mannerism: The anti-High Renaissance The height of Italian Renaissance art had reached its summit in the late 15th century with the advent of the three masters of the High Renaissance: Leonardo‚ Michelangelo‚ and Raphael. Their works of art exhibited the pinnacle of man’s aesthetic ability in creating realistic depiction of the world through anatomically detailed human bodies‚ harmonious perspectival space‚ and emphasis on uniformity derived from nature. However this astounding progress in artistic

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    Manners in Todays Society Good manners have shifted over the past generations from “caring for others” to “pleasing ourselves.” With pleasing ourselves comes a loss of respect for one another and tis is a growing problem. People no longer take time to interact with one another due to our fast paced high tech lives. We are not the courteous and thoughtful people we used to be. This research paper will explain how our manners have changed and why. In today’s society email‚ IM and text messaging

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    Library - Florence." Laurentian Library) The reason why Laurentian Library is so special is the fact that it shows the most complete examples of mannerism as its structure‚ both interior and the furniture. Mannerism comes from the Italian word “maniera”‚ which means ‘style‚’ and thus defines the sense of the artist’s characteristics. The root of “Mannerism” originates from Rome at the end of the Renaissance time period. Since it is during the Late Renaissance‚ it was greatly influenced by the classicism

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