ANDREI KOVALEV'S MIDJOURNEY STYLES LIBRARY UPDATES
Genres of Art and Artistic Movements
We launched a new Library section with 139 samples from various genres and artistic movements. For convenience, the section is divided into general Fine-art, Architectural, Photographic, Digital genres, and also a special category for various *punks: from classical Dieselpunk and Cyberpunk to less known Westernpunk and Necropunk. Check it out →
MASACCIO 1401–1428 ITALY
The florentine artist is regarded as the first great Italian painter of the Quattrocento period of the Italian Renaissance.
Masaccio profoundly influenced the art of painting and is considered to have begun the Early Italian Renaissance in painting. According to Vasari, all "most celebrated" Florentine "sculptors and painters" studied his frescoes extensively in order to "learn the precepts and rules for painting well." He transformed the direction of Italian painting, moving it away from the idealizations of Gothic art and, for the first time, presenting it as part of a more profound, natural, and humanist world.
Here is how Midjourney sees Masaccio's style.
by Masaccio --ar 9:16
Masaccio's style is great for early Renaissance paintings and frescoes. Adding "by Masaccio" to your prompts tends to render smooth shapes and surfaces and clean, monochromatic colors, often adding canvas texture and crackles.
The style is perfect for medieval plots, stern classical character portraits, fairy tale creatures, and religious images like icons or church murals.
Chernobog by Masaccio --ar 2:3
dry grass leaves, blueberry and rosemary biopunk by Masaccio --ar 2:3
skull overgrown with dry grass and long dead leaves by Masaccio --ar 2:3
majestic cat icon by Masaccio --ar 2:3
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