Mannerism

Mannerism(maniera or style) is a style in European art that emerged in late Italian High Renaissance 1520-1580 in Italy and later Netherland & North, until the Baroque style began to replace it. High Renaissance art emphasizes proportion, balance, and ideal beauty. Mannerism exaggerates such qualities, often resulting in compositions that are asymmetrical or unnaturally elegant. Mannerism favors compositional tension and instability rather than balance and clarity of earlier Renaissance.
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Edward VI, Musée du Louvre. 1552. Jane Grey, Lady Jane Grey, Tudor Court, Lung Infection, Jane Gray, 6 July
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Edward VI, Musée du Louvre. 1552.
an old painting of a woman in black and white dress with pearls on her head
Susan Bertie, Daughter of Catherine Willoughby, Dowger Duchess of Suffolk
Susan Bertie, Daughter of Catherine Willoughby, Dowager Duchess of Suffolk, by her second husband, Richard Bertie.
a painting of a woman wearing a green dress
Portrait of Eleonora (Dinora) da Toledo , 1560s Allori, Alessandro. Hermitage
an image of a painting with many people around it
El Greco (1541–1614) | Essay | The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History
El entierro del Conde Orgaz
a painting of a man standing in front of a blue curtain
Richard Sackville, 3rd Earl of Dorset | Oliver, Isaac | V&A Explore The Collections
Richard Sackville (1590-1624) succeeded as 3rd Earl of Dorset in 1609. He married Anne Clifford, daughter of George Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland. Her diary records the many extravagances that led the mortgaging of his house, Knole in Kent. Sackville was a prominent figure in the tiltyard (where a horseman with a spear would charge at a mark or person). His interest in such chivalrous pastimes is reflected in the pieces of armour on the table and floor.
an old painting of a man wearing a crown
.:. Cosimo I. de' Medici Grand Duke of Tuscany
a portrait of a man in black with a white collar
An Unknown Man, possibly Henry Cavendish (1550-1616) 1129097
Unknown Man, possibly Henry Cavendish (1550-1616)-Henry Cavendish (1550-1616), was the reprobate eldest son of Sir William Cavendish (1505?-1557) and Bess of Hardwick (c.1527-1608). He married Grace Talbot (1562- after 1625) in 1567, the third daughter of his step-father George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury (c.1528-1590). He had no legitimate children, but was described by one contemporary as ‘the common bull to all Derbyshire.’
a painting of a woman holding a knife and wearing a black dress with gold trim
1609 Unknown Lady, Aged 31, Holding a Glove and a Fan in the style of Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (Nostell Priory - Wakefield, West Yorkshire UK) | Grand Ladies
a painting of a man wearing a red hat and fur coat with his hands in his pockets
Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) (1477/1490 - 1576) Portrait of a Man in a Red Cap, 1516. Frick Collection, NYC