Two lions are chasing eachother in circles and two leopards are batting at each other playfully under the gaze of a nearby bull.
Jan Brueghel the Elder: The Entry of the Animals into Noah's Ark
The variety and beauty of Gods creation is on full display in this work, with all forms of fowl a radiant stallion, elk, ostrich and many others. Noah and his family can be seen shepherding the animals into the distance. Perhaps this focus on the stallion is an attempt to glorify the power of the horse and emphasize the role it was playing in the New World.
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The influence of royalty in these times is undeniable. This royal couple enjoyed collecting exotic animas from all across the world, and in light of the discovery of The New Worlds there was a heightened curiosity in the natural world . Nice interpretation! I really like your detail on how you see the piece, you do a good job on the point of the horse.
I love the variety and the color of this painting. It hard to find pieces that really make you feel uplifted, most make you start reevaluating your life.
The Entry Of The Animals Into Noah's Ark
The story of Noah is also been a story that I have found very intriguing. This painting really captures the chaos and huge thought of the story. You did a good job on the biography and information. Was there any connections with the topics you saw?
The Entry of the Animals into Noah's Ark
Otherwise, It is a great piece and a good pick! Well done. This is a very nice representation of the Story of Noah. What I enjoyed about this painting is despite Noah being present in the painting, he is not the focus. Thank you for sharing! This royal couple enjoyed collecting exotic animas from all across the world, and in light of the discovery of The New Worlds there was a heightened curiosity in the natural world.
The above is a direct copy of what can be found on the Getty website.
The Entry of the Animals into Noah's Ark - Jan Brueghel d. Ä.
I show both paragraphs, one is from your blog, the other is from their website. To say that this is incorrectly cited is an understatement. The blog has all of the critical elements outlined in the assignment. It details the author, title of the work, and a brief narrative of their history.
The third paragraph makes reference to the influence of royalty on this painting; which fulfills the requirements of this assignment. Everet…or skyranger. I suggest you revisit that website and scroll down to the third paragraph. But I digress; for those interested and for Lisa I will extrapolate on skyrangers hellacious accusations.
The following is the text from my blog. Brueghel studied and drew many of these animals from life.
With the discovery of the New World in the s came an increased curiosity about natural history. In the seventeenth century, Jan Brueghel the Elder developed a new subgenre of landscape painting known as the "paradise landscape" of which his Entry of the Animals into Noah's Ark is one of the finest examples.
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One of the most outstanding features of The Entry is the array of species depicted and their naturalistic representation. More specifically, she demonstrates not only how Brueghel's presentation of the subject was well suited to his own artistic predilections, but also how the painting reflects the growing interest in animal species and their classification in the seventeenth century. In chapter 2, "The Descriptive Process: Brueghel's Representation of Animals," through a scholarly investigation of Brueghel's sources Kolb convincingly demonstrates that Brueghel Author: Amy Morris.
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Date: Dec. From: Renaissance Quarterly Vol. Publisher: The Renaissance Society of America.