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ASSIGNMENT NO: 01 | Title: Evolution of Old Masters Painting & Modern Art | Spring 2012History of World and ArchitectureSubject Code: GED 302Semester: 6thSection: 01Submitted To: Selima Quader ChowdhrySubmission Date: April 4, 2012 |

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“Evolution of Old Masters Painting & Modern Art”
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Subject | Page No | I. Introduction | 03 | II. Italian Renaissance | 04 | III. Comparison between the paintings of the Italian Renaissance artists | 05 | IV. Modern Art | 08 | V. Comparison Between The Old Masters Painting And Modern Art | 09 | VI. Conclusion | 11 | VII. Reference | 12 |

Introduction
I am a student of “history of World Art and Architecture”. In this subject I am learning about analyze and evaluate the major movement, and trends in the visual arts of “Western Civilization”. For this reason, In 29 February, 2012 my classmate and I went to Bangladesh National Museum with our course teacher. It was a magnificent experience in my life. The 3rd Floor decorated with Pictures of International politicians, artists, scientists, famous pictures and three international galleries- Korean, Iranian and Swiss. We had a class on the Western arts gallery. The “Western Arts” gallery is enhancing with many famous artists painting. They all are reproduction of original work.
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In the museum I saw many works of art of many artists and came to know about the background story of some painting. There are some art of Renaissance period, some are modern art. “Last supper” by Leonardo Da Vinci, “The School of Athens” by Raphael Sanzio, “Primavera” by Botticelli, “Weeping women” by Picasso, “Arnolfini and his wife” by Jan van Eyck', painting of “Ceiling of Sistine Chapel” by Michelangelo, “The Dance I” by…...

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