Masaccio: A New Paradigm, Learning From The Holy Trinity

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The Holy Trinity is not only a fundamental reference to its time, establishing a bridge between Giotto and Michelangelo; rather, its primordial studies in equilibrium, symmetry, geometry and rationality are lessons that reverberate across time.

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At the beginning of the 15th century, the so-called Quattrocento, Masaccio chose to reject the decorative aesthetic of the Gothic style, searching for a new language to portray a shift in human thinking. Due to its innovation in the various fields, the combination of the various influences, and the use of new techniques, Masaccio is now considered to be the Father of the Renaissance. The Holy Trinity is not only a fundamental reference to its time, establishing a bridge between Giotto and Michelangelo; rather, its primordial studies in equilibrium, symmetry, geometry and rationality are lessons that reverberate across time.

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