Views of Giovanni Boccaccio in regards to the Renaissance painting of Giotto.
Giotto crossed a barrier painters before him could not. In fact with his teacher, Cimabue, the two are often regarded as the founders of modern painting. The question at hand is found in this very foundation, as Giotto had a sort of "naturalness" in his paintings that others lacked, as Giovanni Boccaccio stated. This essay will then explore the reasoning of Boccaccio, in an attempt to portray the view of this 14th Century Florentine humanist.
Likewise, I will give my opinion of Giotto's work. As a contemporary, I find Giotto's work to be quite unnatural, therefore my critique must be t…
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