Comparison Of Raphael's Galatea And Botticelli

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By looking at these paintings literally, i saw there were a group of naked people on each paintings. People in both paintigs were around the ocean. And there was one person being the focus. Actually, these two paintings were Raphael's Galatea and Botticelli's The Birth of Venus .
Raphael's Galatea was painted during the High Renaissance period while Botticelli's The Birth of Venus was from the period of Early Renaissaance. Raphael's Galatea and Botticelli's The Birth of Venus had both males and females' figures.Meanwhile, Raphael's Galatea and Botticelli's The Birth of Venus were both based on Greek mythology. Both paintings' color tones were very earthy and natural. As i mentioned in the beginning that both of the paintings were took place near the ocean, it is because i noticed there were dophins, seashells on Raphael's Galatea; while Botticelli's The Birth of Venus had the Goddess of Venus standing at a sea shore on the ocean.
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Botticelli's The Birth of Venus was created in 1482-1486. It is a tempera on canvas. Tempera on canvas is a type of painting which is painted on oil painitng cloth. Botticelli's The Birth of Venus is a horizontal painting, which scaled 5'8" x 9'1. Raphael's Galatea, on the other hand, was created in 1513. It is a vertical painting, which scaled 9'8" x 7'5". Raphael's Galatea is a Fresco, which was painted on walls or ceiliings. Artists usually added water to those plaster, dry color powder, to make watercolor. Then by using water color on walls or ceilings, it would be stayed on

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