INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HUMANITIES SCIENCES RESEARCH (JSHSR)

Abstract


ICONOGRAPHIC AND ICONOLOGICAL ANALYSIS IN ADEM AND HAVVA COMPOSITIONS

Like the works of European Painting, the works of Renaissance and Baroque figures are seen as important and important in their artistic characteristics and reflections. In Europe, Renaissance and Baroque paintings show differences in artefacts. The philosophical view, the geographical position and the developments between the two periods influenced the art of painting as a norm. Renaissance and Baroque, considered as the two most important periods of art history in European painting art, the historical flow of Renaissance and Baroque art, examine the figurative features and the differences in the composition of Adam and Eve and contributed to the artistic revolution in various fields.

In this study, fresco oil paints and print paintings, especially of the Renaissance and Baroque turn of European paintings were examined. Adam and his wife Eve's compositions were first given in the history and examples of where they lived in centuries.

The importance of human beauty, figure and anatomy have caused the birth of a new spirit in art. The main theme of the essay begins with Adam and Eve's compositions seen in Renaissance and Baroque period paintings. Beginning with the Renaissance period paintings, the subject line has been processed with different chronological titles.

While the works are being processed as a method first the features of the figure the places, the features of the places, the style, the style and the individual style within the artists have been individually evaluated. Baroque painting out of the classical posture provides more detailed shadow and contrast in light,  repentance, confusion, etc. are reflected in the site. In the Baroque European painting art, style comparisons in the paintings of Adam and Eve have been dealing with in detail in this work for the first time, with different postures, expressions, views and anatomical mysterious images in context.



Keywords
Renaissance, Baroque, Adam, Eve, Iconography, İconology



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