Spanish renaissance art
Architecture, sculpture and painting.
It was inspired in Italian models.
- Platesque (1500-1530): Gothic forms were kept inside buildings, but in the insade incorporated renaissance decorative motifs. The name ncomes from 'work of a silversmith' because of the extensive decoration it presents. One example is the University of Salamanca.
Spanish followed a unique style. Most pieces are made of wood and then paintid, this is called polychrome sculpture. Most of the themes is religion and they were used for altrapieces and chapels. Most famous sculptures are The sacrifice of Isaac and The Entombment of Chris and Virgin of Anguish.