Medieval sculpture, upper and lower body out of proportion, sculpture is contained within itself; no connection to the viewerAs to the relationship between music and painting, painting was at that time also two-dimensional, single line, without any pictorial depth. The represented figures were flat, stylized, without volume or expression, the painters unknown. Paintings would often contain successive time sequences, different historical events, all represented in a flat, two-dimensional space. Medieval sculptures also do not follow ‘correct’ proportions. The dimensions here seem distorted, the upper body too long in comparison to the knees and legs. The binary concepts expressed in Medieval music and painting find their equivalent in Medieval literature, in the morality tales, where the protagonists are either simply good or simply evil with no psychological depth and no evolutionary change during the course of the tale. Only during the Renaissance period in the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries did a profound change occur in music, the arts and literature.