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Perhaps the finest humanist painter of the Early Renaissance, Botticelli's life and influences are mostly unknown. His paintings epitomize the Medicis' Florence, a rich civilization that fostered the advancement of art, philosophy, and literature. At the heart of his work, he constantly sought beauty and virtue, ideals embodied by the goddess Venus, the subject of many of his most famous paintings.
Botticelli was one of the first Western artists to show non-religious subjects, influenced by the renaissance of Greek and Roman ideas in Florence at the period. A breakthrough for Western art was the idea of pleasure as opposed to solely religious goals.
Botticelli spanned the gap between Medieval Gothic and developing Humanistic Realism. The ornamental beauty of his work was not found in the work of artists of the High Renaissance or for a long time afterwards. In his works, he eschewed realism for more fanciful forms that better served the broader aesthetic theme.
His examination of traditional Christian subjects' emotional depth was unique in an age of iconography. He depicted his subjects in a way that was relatable to the average individual, emphasizing their personal connections. The love and affection between mother and child in his early Madonna and Child paintings is characteristic of Botticelli.
Watch the very interesting video below, from Frederick Ilchman, chair and Mrs. Russell W. Baker Curator of Paintings, Art of Europe; curator of “Botticelli and the Search for the Divine”