Cresciez
  • Cresciez
How did the Black Death affect European art?
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Mike1015
  • Mike1015
The 14th century eruption of the Black Death had a drastic effect on Europe's population, irrevocably changing the social structure. It was a serious blow to the Roman Catholic Church, and resulted in widespread persecution of minorities such as Jews, foreigners, beggars, and lepers. The uncertainty of daily survival created a general mood of morbidity, influencing people to "live for the moment", as illustrated by Giovanni Boccaccio in The Decameron (1353).
Mike1015
  • Mike1015
In other words i guess you could say it made the artwork more dark
Cresciez
  • Cresciez
The lesson is about famine and war - I'm thinking maybe that being sick gave people extra time to produce art and this caused the art era to flourish

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  • Cresciez
Thank you for your answers!
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