What type of perspective was favored by artists who painted in the international gothic style
The gods eye view? try that..
Gothic art develops in Europe succeeding the Romanesque. It is a wide artistic period that expands throughout the West during the last centuries of the Middle Ages since the mid-SXII and the entire SXIII. In Gothic art there was a preeminence of the religious, which means the style of paint was related to God.
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international gothic. this is a term coined by art historians to describe a type of courtly painting created across europe from the late14th to the mid15th centuries. its distinguishing characteristics are a decorative stylisation combined with a rich use of colours and gold decoration.
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grounded religious subjects in the real world.
I believe it is Oil Paints
It would be
O C. grounded religious subjects in the real world.
Oil paints. It gives the artists the mood they want for their art.
Pisanello, Veit Stoss, Conrad Von Soest
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International Gothic Style was period in arts that was developed during the 14th and 15th Centuries. It started in Burgundy, France. Among the most representative artist, we can find people like Theodoric of Prague, Master of the Třeboň Altarpiece (who was also from Prague,) Jacquemart de Hesdin, Gentile da Fabriano, and many others.