Who coined the term Renaissance?
The term rinascita ('rebirth') first appeared in Giorgio Vasari's Lives of the Artists (c. 1550), anglicized as the Renaissance in the 1830s.
Where did Juan Luna painted the Spoliarium?
National Museum of Fine Arts
What mood does the Spoliarium depict?
Answer: The mood and visual effect that this painting portrays can be considered to be suffering, mourning, pain, and defeat. This artwork depicts the inner political and socio-cultural views; as well as the sentiments of a Filipino master painter.
What are the elements of Spoliarium?
The Spoliarium by Juan Luna has been one of the most goriest paintings that I have ever seen. The formal elements that are shown in the painting are lines, light, shape and time. Lines can be evident in the painting by the lines in the floor and the implied lines that is made by the bodies in the painting.
What are the colors used in Spoliarium?
Juan Luna used strong and dark hues of reds and browns to show darkness and despair, which is the theme of the painting, since it depicts a Roman morgue filled with dead bodies.
How does the painting affect you?
Painting boosts memory recollection skills and works to sharpen the mind through conceptual visualization and implementation. ... Painting also allows individuals a chance to express their feelings and emotions without words. It can be tough opening up sometimes, so painting is a great way to release inner thoughts.
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