s who represented philosophers such as Aristotle and Plato produced perfect harmony to his paintings, which was an important aspect for ancient artists. The painting is asymmetrical with the main focal point being Aristotle and Plato who are the only two people standing at the front of hall with sky adjoining them as well as being centered in the hub of the composition.
There is good tone in the painting with the light raying through the window creating obscurity on the ceiling of the domes giving it a three dimensional effect. The primary and secondary colors match perfectly each object and figure. Renaissance was about an artist expressing social views using paintings that could represent scholars and politicians conveying their different views. Renaissance presented a man, his visual world as well as his environment, which created the passion for skill and knowledge for the same (Rapelli 107). The painting has details on the shading and tones which highlight different Greek philosophers explaining their different beliefs and theories to each other making it a very triumphant piece of