He incorporated classical elements such as round arches instead of the common pointed ones resulting to fully-scaled figures. These figures were relied in formation of compositions in Roman. Later, Glovanni, Pisano’s son, introduced a contrasting version of art by arranging figures loosely and dynamically creating excitement in the evolving art motion (Kleiner, 23-30).
Painting architecture during ancient Italy patronage system was the influence by the fall of Constantinople in 1204. One of the leading painters, Bonaventura used oil to paint on wood focusing on church figures such as saints. Biblical narratives were a great source of influence in painting which led to the construction of churches in the 13th century. This led to development of laypersons in the 14th and 15th century who dedicated themselves to strict religious observance (Kleiner, 37-40).
Between 14th and 16th century training to become a formal artist became a necessity through which an individual acquired membership in the appropriate guild. Humanist and artist Leon Battista Alberti set the rules governing the art of painting. Pietro Lorenzetti contribution pictorial realism in 14th century incepted a new feature in arts. Flemish painters were evolving new methods in oil painting that permitted them to paint human beings and substance in amazingly life like way, using palettes of vivacious descriptions. Prior to this, arts were religious in character. Structural innovation, involving careful inspection of what lay directly before an artist eye started taking place. Artists introduced illusionistic representation in fashion and visual form all societal concerns (Kleiner, 43-57).
Inclusion of secular them in art work was a reflection of the evolving societal. With seclusion of laymen and women strictly following religious doctrines, other societal members relied on artwork to express their views on religion and the world (Kleiner, 60-77).
Throughout the fourteenth,