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《Art Magazine》 2019-10
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The Diverse Dimensions of the Secular Representation in Netherland painting of the 16th Century and Their Spiritual Metaphors

Wang Wei;Zhang Zihang;  
Netherland painting in the 16 th Century underwent a great transformation against a background of the drastic Reformation,open capital markets and the revival of interest in classical antiquity.Apart from exploring a variety of paths towards creation via absorbing nutrients from breakthroughs made by Italians,artists from Netherland at that time have expanded the range of subjects expressed in their works and accomplishing large number of paintings in which still lifes,landscapes and daily scenes were portrayed.The particular interest in secular life highlighted by Dutch artists in theirs works indicate a converted insight into nature and this mortal life.This article intends to analyze the characteristics that distinguish the Netherlandish art from others and the main factors which contributed to those characteristics,hence exploring how artists represented the vivid secular life and meanwhile allegorized the higher spiritual world from diverse expressive dimension under their own historical conrext.
【CateGory Index】: J209.1;K13
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