The Tribute Money
of the first paintings that does away with the use of a head-cluster. Florence was at the time at war with Milan, and needed the support of the Pope. A b c Paoletti Radke,. This created a chiaroscuro effect, sculpting the bodies into three-dimensional shapes. The awareness that they are about to witness an extraordinary event creates in the characters an atmosphere of expectation. 13 One suggestion sees the painting as a justification for the so-called catasto of 1427; a new form of income tax. And when he was come into the house, Jesus prevented him, saying, What thinkest thou, Simon? 12 It has been speculated first by Vasari that the face on the far right is a self-portrait of Masaccio himself, as Thomas.
Several theories have been proposed as to why this specific subject not a very common theme in art history was chosen. 8 The paintings had suffered some irreparable damage though, particularly the parts that were painted a secco : in The Tribute Money, the leaves on the trees were gone, while Christ 's robe had lost much of its original azure brilliance. Further, Masaccio used a single source of light, whereas in the work of his predecessors and contemporaries the light seemed to come from everywhere. 9 Masaccio is often compared to contemporaries like Donatello and Brunelleschi as a pioneer of the renaissance, particularly for his use of single-point perspective. The Brancacci frescos must therefore be seen in the context of a pro-papal policy, and as an attempt to legitimise the Roman see through its association with Saint Peter the first bishop of Rome, and first pope. A b c Baldini Casazza,. This episode, stressing the legitimacy of the tax collector's request, has been interpreted as a reference to the lively controversy in Florence at the time on the proposed tax reform; the controversy was finally settled in 1427 with the institution of an official tax register.
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