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French art in the 17th century-cheap large paintings for sale

Cheap large paintings for sale-The French lived through the sixteenth century in war and turmoil,Large Wall Art so the Renaissance was far less prosperous than Italy or the Netherlands.
After entering the 17th century, the unification of the country strengthened the centralization of power,Large Black and White Art and the economic development promoted the prosperity of culture and art.
Louis xiii appointed visionary cardinal li who left for the prime minister,Oversized Abstract Art
 he devoted himself to the strengthening of monarchy and the development of economy and culture, the French gradually became Europe the veritable economic and cultural center of art, they called in the 17th century ", "the great century France, is the golden age of full of glory and greatness.
During the reign of Louis xiv, when le shi was still in power, monarchs and nobles took literature and art as a symbol to boast of their honor and power, so as to satisfy their personal enjoyment, hobbies and interests.
Under their advocacy and protection, under the influence of the Italian academism, the academy of painting and sculpture was founded in France in 1648. In 1655, the state took the academy into its own hands and named it the Royal Academy of fine arts. Later, the academy of fine arts of France was founded in Rome.
From then on, the academy of fine arts became the official education institution of fine arts, which directly trained fine arts talents serving the royal family.
In the college, the principle of classicism was established as the standard of the college. The dean leblanc advocated the "great style", that is, the style of Louis xiv, whose core was still classicism, in order to glorify the monarchy in the age of Louis xiv.LARGE CONTEMPORARY ART

In the face of major social problems, classicism advocates the sense of responsibility and dedication of citizens and subordination of individual interests to social and national interests.
With the help of the subject material of classical heroism, it opposed the religious creed of feudalism, exposed the darkness of autocratic monarchy and ruling class, had its positive progressive significance to the social progress and development, and made an important contribution to the prosperity of French literature and art in the 17th century.
Although classicism dominated French literature and art in the 17th century, it did not exclude the existence of baroque and realism.
In the first half of the 20th century, under the influence of caravaggio's realism, realistic art, which was dedicated to depicting the life of the lower classes of society, emerged, which reflected the third-class aesthetic thought and common people's consciousness, as opposed to the classicism of the noble class.
Baroque art popular in Europe is mainly reflected in the architecture and ceiling painting creation in this period, but it has never taken root, because the fanatical sense of movement and religious passion in baroque art are not suitable for the taste of Kings, it is not in harmony with the rational, the pursuit of peace and harmony of classicism.
In France in the 17th century, although the monarchy was consolidated and strengthened, its dependence on and admiration for Italy in art was never interrupted and deepened day by day. It can be said that French art occurred, developed and flourished on the basis of Italian art achievements.
All accomplished artists have been influenced and inspired by Italian art.
No matter which trend of thought, style and genre they belong to, they are closely related to the Italian style genre. It can also be said that French art is the inheritance and development of Italian art on the land of France.
However, we cannot ignore that France is adjacent to the Nordic Netherlands due to its geographical location. In the process of the occurrence and development of art, France is inevitably influenced by the artistic achievements of Flanders and the Netherlands in the north.
The French fine arts in the 17th century inherited and developed the Italian and netherland art traditions, and gradually combined with the French national art to form an art transition period with its own national characteristics.
After the 17th century, the center of European art gradually moved to France, replacing Italy as the holy land of western art.

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