Mannerism (Late Renaissance Art)

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    After the end of the High Renaissance in the 1520s, Renaissance art continued to evolve as artists challenged the classical conventions of grace, symmetry, and proportion. The style of Mannerism emerged in the mid-sixteenth century with elongated figures that were painted to inspire a sense of grandeur and emotion rather than striving after ideal beauty.

    The Mannerist style of painting can be best seen in Michelangelo's later works and in the works of Parmigianino and El Greco. The works of the latter two artists will be emphasized in the second part of this lecture.

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