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Understanding the materials and techniques used in the making of frames is equally important as their proper classification and dating. The work of construction and carving that took place inside a workshop can be found under a decorated surface and is often a unique and distinctive element of a particular historical period and region.These activities inside a workshop characterized a frame's style belonging to a particular area and period in a distinctive way, rather than the school's influences of the same architectural area and historical period.In no part of the world was this more true as in Italy during the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance; a period that was extremely important for the variety of styles in the frames' production compared to the formal standardization prevailing in any other place and period.However, for all their decorative richness and unlimited variety of models, the frames in the Italian Renaissance were characterized by a simplicity and efficiency in their structural and ornamental organization comprar botas ugg baratas , mainly determined by the inherent properties of materials and resources that were used to make the frames.Furthermore, when talking about the Renaissance Italian frame, we must consider some of the technical problems faced by the artisans of the time as well as the means and procedures they adopted by the same to deal with these.Early Italian panel paintings carved within their own frame from a single piece of wood. The design was centered on the panel, leaving a border around the perimeter with an internal beveled edge. The practical purpose of this early frame was mainly to protect the painting, as the painter could rest his hand against this border without touching the painting itself.This same border was then painted, usually red, to isolate the central figure from the surroundings ugg baratas outlet , then gilded and often decorated. Over time the delimitation of the painting became more difficult, given the resources available at that time and considering the increasing sizes of the painting which meant that the quantity of wood to remove grew, the operation became less practical and too expensive.At the same time it became easier to create mouldings with angles to apply directly to the panels, creating the same result but more efficiently. These strips were shaped according to the geometric profile of the frame continuing along its length, with the decorative function to emphasize the subdivision of the object, or to mediate the transition between two surfaces set at angles, such as the prominent parts.The mouldings could be smooth or carved with decorations botas ugg españa , mainly botanic or geometric motifs. This procedure created a uniform base for the subsequent layers of plaster and isolated the decorated surface of the panel and its frame from movements of the wood. In altarpieces where one panel was often not enough and they needed to glue together several panels, the frame and its elements had the dual function to decorate, but also to support the structure.In addition, the large altarpieces that were commissioned to an artist living in another city had to be made up of assembled parts that could be taken apart to facilitate transport; and once rebuilt such structures maintained a high tolerance to the movements of natural wood.The altarpieces were plastered, decorated and then gilded. Such techniques continued to be the norm for the construction and design of frames, especially in Tuscany, through until the middle of the fifteenth century. While in Tuscany the Gothic style remained rather austere bailey button triplet ugg baratas , the designers and carvers in the north of Italy felt the French and German influence. It was in Venice itself that for the first time they created a completely independent and self supporting frame to hold the painted panel. This was the first decisive step towards the modern concept of the frame, built to hold a piece of art, and not as an invisible part of a piece of art.The Gothic frame was replaced in the second half fifteenth century by the tabernacle frame for private votive images. Some of these frames took inspiration from Brunelleschi drawings.In Tuscany throughout the fifteenth and sixteenth century the parti[censored] tion by some of the main architects and sculptors in the design and manufacture of frames became more and more frequent. Ecclesiastic architecture always had a decisive influence however, even outside of the religious and liturgical context, the style of painting and the frame evolve through different lines.The tabernacle frames were used in a private devotional context to contain sacred images, while for secular subjects such as portraits and rural scenes they preferred a different type of frame that had no liturgical reference; for this purpose the so called cassetta frame was born. Its form derived from the tabernacle, but different because it had the same profile on all four sides.During the Renaissance in Italy the frame which had the greatest success and development was the Sansovina frame botas de mujer ugg , which derived its name from the Florentine sculptor Jacopo Sansovino..

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