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Renaissance Art
Artist -Botticelli (Name of Work:Three Miracles of Saint Zenobius) Brief Description : This painting illustrates the life of a fifth century bishop and a Dead youth being restored back to life
Artist – Botticelli (Name of Work: The last communion of Saint Jerome) Brief Description : This painting is of Saint Jerome Celebrating the communion which is a doctrine of the Catholic Church.

Baroque Art-
Artist- Carlo Saraceni ( Name of Work: The Dormition of the Virgin) Brief Description : This painting is an altar piece depicting the Death of the Virgin for the Carmelite church.
Artist – Caravaggio (Name of Work: The Denial of Saint Peter) Brief Description : This painting is a Picture of a lady pointing at peter and saying that he is a follower of Christ and 2,000 years ago peter denied Christ three times as Heavenly Father already said would happen.
Mannerism
Artist – Bronzino (Name of work : Portrait of a Young Man )Brief Description : This painting shows a young man well dressed and it has nice colors to match the details in the painting and expresses well the mood in the painting
Artist – Anthony van Dyck (Name of work : Robert Rich , Second Earl of Warwick ) Brief Description : This painting shows Warwick well dressed as if he is getting ready to go to some type of battle. Warwick set up companies in Virginia and the Caribbean and help colonize Connecticut
Rococo
Artist Adelaide Labille Guiard (Name of Work: Self- Portrait with Two Pupils,) Brief Description : The painting is a self portrait and shows the artist accompanied by two of her close friends and the artist is looking directly at you in the painting
Artist- Elisabeth Louise Vigee Le Brun ( Name of Work: Contesse de la Chatre) Brief Description: Vigee Le brun is wearing a white muslin dress and is reading a book while looking at the viewer…...

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