Timeless interior with Old Masters wall murals
Old Masters refer to the most recognized European artists, working between the Renaissance and 1800. The title includes artists who fall within Gothic Art, the Early, High and Northern REnaissance, Mannerism, Baroque, the Dutch “Golden Age”, Rococo, Neoclassicism, and Romanticism. Old Masters refers to some of the famous artists in Western art history such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, and Jacques - Louis David.
Having their works in your home is like immortalizing the artist. Not only that they will look great on your walls, but having them is like being part of history that has revolutionized and influenced the art of today.
Old Masters’ works are not just simple artwork. They represent emotions, life, and probably some secrets. With artists from different periods, you will surely be part of the development of art in the world. With the wall murals added to your home, you will be able to create an attractive interior and will surely set the right mood and atmosphere that are appropriate for the room. The bedroom or the living room, for instance. We all are aware that these rooms have multiple functions. Thus adding the wall mural to your home can create an amazing yet historical room appearance.
In addition to these, Old Masters wall murals can help you set the right atmosphere to your room and the walls will surely be appreciated by your family and friends.
The world of the Old Masters
In the history of art, “Old Masters” refers to any painter who worked in Europe before 1800, or a painting by such an artist. To be qualified as an Old Master may not be that well defined. However, all of the well - known artists from the following periods may be called Old Masters: Proto - Renaissance, Early Renaissance, Northern Renaissance, High Renaissance, VEnetian Renaissance, Mannerism, Baroque, Dutch Realism, Rococo, Neoclassicism, Romanticism.
The works of the Old Masters are displayed in most of the best art museums such as the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, the Louvre Museum in Paris, the Pinakothek Museum in Munich, the Prado Museum in Madrid, the Tate Gallery in London, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, and the Vatican Museum in Rome.