Diptych Set Paintings

Diptych Set Paintings

The original year and date of the creation of diptych art is still unknown and only a rough estimate about its existence is made to get a generalized understanding of its pure form. Even the northern and eastern regions of Europe remain silent on this art form’s existence. It is also unknown to the world that exactly how this unique art form started functioning.

According to a concept, this art form was mainly used for personal collections in old times and was also preserved by some of the original art collectors of that era. This is an idea which is generated through the findings of some of the diptych art collections in the world which are too less to be considered as a penetrated art in those traditional societies of Europe.

Some of the prominent art pieces which help to trace the identity of the diptych art are, A tiny Geertgen tot Sint Jans of the fifteenth century, a Crucifixion and a hallucinatory which were all from the same era of art culture. These paintings greatly represented the religious sermons and ways of the Christian society of Europe of the 15th and 16th century, which was certainly a ground breaking effect to their creation. They greatly resembled the conditions and practices of people of the medieval Europe.

Despite a reserved tendency of the original diptych paintings of the past, there were still a large number of people who got attached with this different art form. Even churches showed a substantial presence of the diptych art form in the 16th century and today, it has now slowly started to see a gradual rise in its formation and design. A diptych art is no longer seen as a personalized account of some old artists. Today’s era has seen a considerable increase in its creation and more and more people are getting inspired with this tremendous art form.

The original technique for drawing diptych canvas paintings used the method of hinges which was applied on the canvas to fold one half of the paper and to draw on the other half. After completion both the sides were joined to create a uniquely designed abstract art form. This was the technique of art which was named diptych art form. The most obvious places for exhibiting diptych art paintings in the past were king’s rooms, but today’s societies have accepted their creation with open arms. Today, more and more people have started to incline towards this great art.

 

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