This artist was like a magician. Wherever he touched, he turned that thing looking bathed in a golden glow. May it be a simple structure of weed or a curvy section of a skull, Leonardo turned that into an eternal beauty. His lining work was extraordinary done withe precision that made his paintings so memorable.
Michelangelo : Though his father desired to educate him in grammar and language, Michelangelo loved copying the masters. Michelangelo had developed his own style of painting that would be called ‘Highly Impassioned’. Those who later followed ‘Mannerism Style of Painting’ followed most of the characteristics and style of his art.
Raffaello Sanzio da Urnino (1483 – 1520) was an Italian painter and architect. Description of the period of Renaissance would be incomplete without putting his name in centre. Raphael was third angle of the great artistic triangle made of three great renaissance artists along with Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.
Caspar David Friedrich: Every painting, more or less, is a pictorial representation of emotions and ideas the artist had in his or her heart or mind. An artist conceives an idea and then tries to express it onto the frame as an artwork.
John Constable: If it is spring; if there is strong wind of pleasure in the air; and if an artist like John Constable takes brush in hand; the message is clear: there would descend a masterpiece landscape on a canvas. The Artists carry a specific set of tools, when they stand before a canvas; and load their brushes with colours.
George Stubbs (1724 – 1806) was nicknamed as the painter of animals. His paintings of animals, especially of the horses are have made him an artist to be regarded equal to the great artists like Raynolds and Gainsborough. In earning this status, his knowledge about horses had played a great role. He had acquired the knowledge of the anatomy with care and keen observance of the horses.