From the bible, the second coming of Christ is show. The painting shows an illustration of the words of the bible telling of angles coming down with Christ to punish the wicked and reward the faithful. Most people conciser this painting threatening if they've made poor decisions according to the standards of the bible.
2. Emotion and feelings.
3. Personal experience.
The theme of the painting is an outlook on the world and how we perceive others by judgement rather than getting to know that person. He gathers his inspiration from religion and traditional morals.
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Explain the differences between myths and legends, visual metaphors, and beliefs. Why are they all forms of artistic inspiration?
Myths and legends are stories which are passed down, usually verbally, through generations within a culture. Visual metaphors can be from a dream or memory, and involve an association between two images or experiences. Beliefs are usually religious or spiritual, and help to explain the past, present, and future, as well as guide its followers' actions and intentions. Each is a form of artistic expression, because all can be effective modes of communication, which can be easily understood by people of all ages, classes, and literacy levels.
The above painting is Michelangelo Buonarroti's, Last Judgement. What is/was the source of inspiration for this famous painting? What does the painting depict?
The painting is a Christian based painting. It shows images of what is known as God's last judgment, which is found in the book of Revelations, in the Bible. The painting depicts what is predicted in the book of Revelations regarding God returning to earth to judge and punish all those who are not Christian.
Well, I know Last Judgement was inspired by the Bible, and that it is supposed to depict the Second Coming of Christ and the eternal judgement from God of all humanity. I hope this might answer your question :)
Instead of being shown victorious over a foe much larger than Himself, David looks tense and ready for combat.
so its a christian type thing it portrays even though he knew he could win he was still scared and worried