Egg Temper Painting Analysis

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Egg Tempera, Fresco and oil painting were the three mediums that were usually used in that era. Egg tempera is a permanent, fast-drying painting medium consisting of quality finely ground dry pigments, egg yolk and water. Fresco was done on freshly laid wet plaster with pigments dissolved in lime water. As both dry they became completely integrated. (Fresco Techniques 2014) and oil painting is of course painted by oil paint. Egg Tempera was the usual medium if the artist was not using fresco in 14th Century. By early 15th Century (1400s) oil painting became widespread. Advantages of oil painting over the other two mediums used was that its slow drying enabled the artist to improve their technique by reworking
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This painting shows three scenes. The left panel shows Paradise and the creation of Adam and Eve and god introducing Adam and Eve. It is also believed that this is Jesus and the painting shows that Jesus was not created by god but was equal to god. The right panel shows Hell. The central panel gives represents a garden of delights or pleasures between heaven and hell.
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This is a painting by Pieter Bruegel it is called The Triumph of Death. The triumph of Death is shown by a large army of skeletons razing the Earth. People from any level of social life wealthy or poor are shown in this painting. What Bruegel is trying to say by this painting is that neither wealth nor power could not save you from death, and no matter you are wealthy or poor powerful or not you will die when the time comes and there is no exceptions.
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This is a painting by Rembrandt it is called The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Tulp. The painting shows a group portrait of seven surgeons and the physician Dr Nicolaes Tulp in 1632. The triangle shape formed by the surgeons who are learning shows that all of them are standing somewhere that they can see clearly and it gives a sense of their excitement and interest for
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