Comedy, satire and wit are perhaps greatly dealt in word form than visual form. However, there are some artists who use all the aforesaid properties to paint the most beautiful or the most ugliest of paintings to create a bright/dull sense of humour.
Italian Renaissance helped with the growth of many artists and its widespread influence across nations helped blooming art as a whole. Spanish Renaissance [15th to 16th century] can be called as the consequence of Italian Renaissance
The mysteries of art and their powerful symbolic expressions come with a fascinated turn in the paintings of Edvard Munch. Troubled with anxiety and illness for most of his career, Edvard Munch embraced these conditions and felt that he became capable because of them.
Francisco Goya was born in a time where there was great enlightenment in the form of a great ruler, followed by an unexpected war with the French and the vexing rule of a monarch who wanted to suppress everyone.
Francisco Goya, a great Spanish painter, is known for his dark, terrifying and gloomy presentation of his subjects. However, his influence over other topics such as politics, governance and history was nothing less.
Vincent van Gogh is a post-impressionist Dutch painter known for his beautiful depiction of nature and the use of different pigments for his works. His career was short living but he produced over two thousand works in