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As mankind progressed in the movement of the Renaissance has been a surge in artistic activities. Efforts highly advanced civilizations have been spent in areas descriptive writing, a melody of musical talent and, above all, growth in artistic creations. Unfortunately, the woman in our society, the Renaissance, was considered incapable of contributing to a society of fantasy have been met. It was the only option for men and women were simply forbidden to participate.
We must respect the positions of both women were seen as created exclusively for the home. It is generally considered these tasks to be humiliating for the female, however, when taken in conjunction with the time that these positions were very crucial domestic. These requirements were important to the domestic company at the time as the house and the family was the center of the universe of man.
In general, women were generally able to obtain the approval of the guilds in order to promote their artistic talents. They were often uneducated and had little ‘money at their disposal. With few exceptions, are the female artists as Sofonisba Anguissola. Women were generally at the mercy of her husband in all walks of life. We often see rare attitudes revealed a man of the Renaissance in support of the conflicting views of women, we celebrate the themes of their works. Most of the art at that time was to focus on human figures (known as humanism), in order to be able to understand their innermost thoughts of women.
Another aspect to consider is that during this time the church was rapidly losing its position in the state and therefore increases the humanism displayed in the painting include nudes were able to be a form of rebellion to the Fathers of the Church. Traditionally, this humanism has been rejected by the church. To counter this negative relationship with people by Pope massive spending spree to find the art of influence are rapidly disappearing.
Da Vinci to be accepted into the realms of the church down the paint too many nude models and concentrated more on portraits and scenes from the Bible offers outstanding female conventional. On the other hand, there are artists like Titian, venturing a little more brash with his “Venus of Urbino” and “Venus and Adonis.” Titian focused on the sexual aspects of the female body and probably used its ability to create images like that, he could sell to the rich men of the time.