Mannerism Late 16th Century

Mannerism emerged following the Italian High Renaissancein the early 1500s and is understood as a reaction to the ideals of the High Renaissance. Mannerism is renowned for its intellectual sophistication rather than more harmonious qualities.

Jacopo Pontormo (1494-1557), Entombment, 1528


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