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    • PARTICIPANTS ALVARADO R. BLANCA S.QUEVEDO P. JOHANA CAROLINA ROJAS C. DIEGO FERNANDO ROMERO R. GIOVANNY
    • concept of art The art depends on how society views the world at that time, the world of the time. There is therefore a universal concept of art, not a universal language of art. Art could be described as all creation or work that expresses what the man wants to externalize, obedient to their own standards of beauty and aesthetics.
    • Mary and Jesus the last supper The Creation of AdamThe Sistine Chapel
    • CONCEPT OF RELIGION consisting of beliefs and practices about what is considered divine or sacred, existential type, moral and spiritual. RELIGION IN GENERAL TERMS, IS THE WAY OF LIFE OR MYTH BASED ON A RELATIONSHIP KEY TO THE UNIVERSE OR ONE OR MORE GODS, THIS IS WHEN HUMANS AND WE BELIEVE FAITH THROUGH AN ALLEGED THAT NARROW REALACIÓN WHETHER IN CUSTOM BUILD BY CULTURE OR IMAGINATION WITH ONE OR MORE GODS THAT THE SAME BUILDING SOCIETY.
    • RELIGIOUS ARTReligious art is related to any belief, worship or rituallinked to the deities, forces supernatural or morebeyond, whose function is promote piety and fervor of thepeoples and facilitate their cults. The history of art hasbeen inextricably linked since its earliest origins toreligion. In this sense, the concept of religion would includenot only the great universal beliefs(Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism) but also across abroad spectrum of magical cults and superstitions thathave affected both primitive peoples as civilized.
    • RELIGIOUS ARTThe main manifestations of religious art extends throughthe field of architecture(temples, basilicas, cathedrals, synagogues, mosques), sculpture and painting (images of divinities, Saints andprophets, solo or forming scenes, inspired most of the time insacred texts), engraving, (Christian medieval codices)miniatures and decorative arts; i.e. religion has permeatedthe history of art at all times and has been a prominentsource of inspiration.
    • CONCLUSIONArt has always been based on religion, the worlds mostfamous painting The Last Supper by da Vinci is religious. TheVirgin Mary in the Renaissance was made by all the artistsof the time. The religious symbolism in art is verylarge, water symbolizes purity I inociencia, the rocksymbolizes the strength and firmness of God, the dovesymbol of the Holy Spirit so.
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