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A Blonde Woman painting reproduction, Palma Vecchio
A Concert painting reproduction, Lorenzo Costa
A Domincan with the Attributes of Saint Peter Martyr painting reproduction, Giovanni Bellini
A Blonde Woman
Palma Vecchio
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A Concert
Lorenzo Costa
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A Domincan with the Attributes of Saint Peter Martyr
Giovanni Bellini
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A Female Saint painting reproduction, Giorgio Schiavone
A Homage to Velazquez painting reproduction, Luca Giordano
A Huntsman painting reproduction, Bonifazio Di Pitati
A Female Saint
Giorgio Schiavone
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A Homage to Velazquez
Luca Giordano
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A Huntsman
Bonifazio Di Pitati
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A Jesse-Tree painting reproduction, Girolamo Genga
A Lady as Lucretia painting reproduction, Lorenzo Lotto
A Man in Profile painting reproduction, Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio
A Jesse-Tree
Girolamo Genga
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A Lady as Lucretia
Lorenzo Lotto
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A Man in Profile
Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio
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A Merry Company at Table painting reproduction, Hendrick Pot
A Pagan Sacrifice painting reproduction, Garofalo
A Pair of Lovers painting reproduction, Paris Bordone
A Merry Company at Table
Hendrick Pot
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A Pagan Sacrifice
Garofalo
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A Pair of Lovers
Paris Bordone
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A Warrior Adoring the Infant Christ and the Virgin painting reproduction, Vincenzo Catena
A Young Man painting reproduction, Piero Di Cosimo
Allegori mit Pan (Mythological Scene) painting reproduction, Dosso Dossi
A Warrior Adoring the Infant Christ and the Virgin
Vincenzo Catena
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A Young Man
Piero Di Cosimo
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Allegori mit Pan (Mythological Scene)
Dosso Dossi
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Allegory of Fortune painting reproduction, Dosso Dossi
An Allegory of Love painting reproduction, Garofalo
An Allegory of the Marriage of the Elector Palatine painting reproduction, Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini
Allegory of Fortune
Dosso Dossi
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An Allegory of Love
Garofalo
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An Allegory of the Marriage of the Elector Palatine
Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini
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Cardinal Ippolito de' Medici and Monsignor Mario Bracci painting reproduction, Girolamo Da Carpi
Cattle painting reproduction, Heinrich Wilhelm Schweickhardt
Charity painting reproduction, Andrea Del Sarto
Cardinal Ippolito de' Medici and Monsignor Mario Bracci
Girolamo Da Carpi
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Cattle
Heinrich Wilhelm Schweickhardt
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Charity
Andrea Del Sarto
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Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery painting reproduction, Lorenzo Lotto
Christ as 'The Light of the World' painting reproduction, Paris Bordone
Christ Baptising Saint John Martyr painting reproduction, Paris Bordone
Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery
Lorenzo Lotto
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Christ as 'The Light of the World'
Paris Bordone
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Christ Baptising Saint John Martyr
Paris Bordone
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High Renaissance Paintings

The art of an era reveals a lot about the people who lived during that time, as well as the collector that brings those pieces or replicas of them into their home. One of the most popular eras is shown in the style of High Renaissance Art. The High Renaissance period began in the early 16th Century, and evolved out of the Early Renaissance period. In both the early part of the Renaissance and High Renaissance paintings, much was the work was commissioned by the Church or wealthy families. While the beginning of the period was largely dominated by artists working in Florence, Italy, much of this work soon moved to Rome.

As for the famous oil paintings and artists themselves, it doesn't take an art historian to recognize the names of some of the painters and their High Renaissance art. Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, Michelangelo Buonarrati's "Last Judgment" painting of the Sistine Chapel ceiling, or Raphael Sanzio's "Transfiguration of Christ."

What differentiates the High Renaissance from the Early Renaissance is that there was a artistic shift that was beginning to combine the Spiritual and the Realistic. This is also displayed in many of the sculptures which have a human component as well.

In addition to the Great Renaissance artists, Michelangelo, Leonardo, and Rafael, the Venetian painters Giorgione and Titian who worked together closely, much like the Great Masters. During his time, Titian's fame was actually very close to that of Michelangelo's. Titian began training in the studio of the famous painter Giovanni Bellini in Gentile, Italy when he was just twelve. Because of Bellini's influence there has been some debate on whether one artist or the other painted some of the paintings of the era.

Another notable painter of High Renaissance art was Antonio Allegri who was known by the name Correggio, which was also the name of the northern town he was from. Correggio was an exception among many of the other painters of the day, in that he did not work out of Venice or Rome. He was commissioned to paint the dome of the Parma Cathedral with :The Assumption of the Virgin" a painting that depicts an open sky with the Virgin Mary ascending to heaven with other figures beside her.

The High Renaissance was an important period of time in Western history, and the impact of the art did a lot to lay a foundation for the progression of art as a whole. Much of the style that was produced was reflective of the way people were beginning to see the world around them. Not just artists, but people in general, especially when it came to connecting the spiritual and human experience. While paintings were commissioned by the church or by those in the upper classes, artists began to put their own flavor into their paintings rather that maintain a distance that existed in the Early Renaissance and before.

The time period for the High Renaissance is not set in stone, but it is often bookmarked by the 1480s when Leonardo Da Vinci began creating notable work, and it is said to have tapered off in the 1520s-- approximately 40 years. It is only a blip in the grand scheme of art history, but even today High Renaissance paintings continue to inspire artists and non-artists alike..

For further information, visit:
- The High Renaissance Art History
- Toward the High Renaissance
- High Renaissance Academic