Title: The Holy Trinity
Artist: Masaccio (Tommaso di Ser Giovanni di Simone)
Period: Early Renaissance
Style/Genre: Religious Painting
Notes & Analysis of the Artwork
The Grey w/ ebony undertones (Cape Cod) tells of tradition.
- Worn by the 4th lady and the priest robe.
- The connection between the divine and the lower class.
- Skipping social classes, going straight towards the divine source.
The Pinks (Antique Brass & Manhattan) take on the hue of salmon.
- Brings comfort and heightens devotion.
- Used as a balance
- Covering the top of the painting in structures.
- Lighter pink on left, darker pink on right.
Two different shades of Browns, faith, and content.
- The Bronze (Kumera) tells of faith and being grounded.
- Told by the crowns of Christ and the figures close to him.
- Creation of a sub triangle within the triangle.
- The Taupe (Iroko) tells of content and the middle ground.
- Seen only on the 1st woman in the middle of the painting, the high elite.
- Hand out, looking towards the viewer, presenting herself to Christ.
- Displays ALL figures’ submission of their devotion and faith.
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