LEONARDO AND REMBRANDT: THE ARTISTIC COMPOSITION OF DISCOVERING THE SUBLIME

Very few artists throughout history have been able to make fundamental discoveries of principle and succeeded in expressing them in an artistic form of composition which expresses the function of the sublime. Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt Van Rijn were two of the most exceptional artists who used religious subjects to express the process of such a discovery: Leonardo’s The Last Supper and Rembrandt’s Supper at Emmaus exemplify such an accomplishment.

LEONARDO AND REMBRANDT: THE ARTISTIC COMPOSITION OF DISCOVERING THE SUBLIME

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