The art.The Italian Renaissance marked a move away

The Holy Family by Brueghel clearly shows the influence of the
Northern Renaissance both in theme and technical rendering.Jan the elder
Brueghel was one of the key artists of the Northern Renaissance, a period
characterized by realism, perspective, and the themes of religion and
nature in art.Brueghel’s The Holy Family contains many elements
characteristic of the Northern Renaissance, including the themes of
religion and nature, as well as a profound realism and detail.The
religious theme of the poem is consistent with an influence of components
of Christian thought and stylistic techniques common in the Italian
Jan the elder Brueghel was one of the major artistic forces of the
Northern Renaissance in the Netherlands.Born into an artistic family, he
was the son of Pieter the Elder Bruegel, and the brother of Pieter the
Younger Brueghel, and the brother of Jan Bruegel II, while his father-in-
law was David Teniers the Younger.Jan the elder Brueghel was born in
Painted during the Northern Renaissance, Brueghel’s The Holy Family
reveals a great deal of the important themes of the era.The Northern
Renaissance arrived in Germany and the Netherlands in the 15th and 16th
centuries, largely out of the influence of the Renaissance in Italy.The
Italian Renaissance was a profound period of creative activity.Natural
art was studied commonly, and anatomy and perspective were important
components of art.The Italian Renaissance marked a move away from
Byzantine art, which focused around the Orthodox Church, and the painting
of icons and the decoration of churches.Like the Italian Renaissance, the
Northern Renaissance saw a move away from art of a Byzantine influence.
While artists of the Northern Renaissance were less focused on anatomy and
perspective, their art showed a clear mastery of the technique and profound
detail.Gothic art came to be known