The artist's last two paintings are as impetuous, violent, and racked with guilt as Caravaggio was himself. The post Caravaggio’s Fascination with Death appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The revolution in painting sparked by one of the world?s most celebrated (and notorious) artists is the subject of the major summer exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh this year. Beyond Caravaggio brings a groupShow More Summary
"News of the painting arrives exclusively from a press release issued by an organization called News Press International (NPI), which also shared a video recap of the gallery event.... The only expert involved in this case who is identified is Curtis Dowling, an art forgery investigator. Perhaps you know him as host of CNBC's […]
News of the painting arrives exclusively from a press release issued by an organization called News Press International, which offers shaky proof for its findings. The post Discovery or Hoax? News Site Claims Caravaggio Painted Leonardo’s Portrait appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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An original Caravaggio or a master fake? This is the question that continues to befuddle art historians and experts about a painting discovered in a French attic three years ago.
necspenecmetu: School of Caravaggio, Saint Sebastian, 1607
Caravaggio? The hot-tempered, violent Caravaggio?? Yes, writes, Ingrid D. Rowland. Comparing his work with that of several of his disciples and contemporaries, she finds that what really sets Caravaggio apart is the compassion he shows in the way he depicts the characters in his paintings.
Poker Night (From A Streetcar Named Desire) Thomas Hart Benton Strangely, I see some parallels with Caravaggio. The exaggerated musculature, the dark but vibrant colors, the obvious sexuality. Yeah...I'm a Moron. From The Whitney Museum.... In 1947, Thomas Hart...
In her remarkable photo essay “From the Shadows to the Light,” the French photographer Nadège Mazars has emulated the chiaroscuro of the Italian painter Caravaggio to evoke the transition that is under way in Colombia following fifty-two years of civil war. Show More Summary
The Martyrdom of Saint Ursula, Caravaggio's (1571?1610) last painting, is on exceptional loan from the Banca Intesa Sanpaolo in Naples and presented with The Met's The Denial of Saint Peter, also created by the artist in the last months of his life. Show More Summary
The Crowning with Thorns Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio As one would imagine, the the crucifixion and the events leading up to it are a common theme in religious art, so it was difficult to choose just one. The portrayals...
artist-caravaggio: Portrait of a Courtesan via Caravaggio Size: 53x66 cm Medium: oil, canvas
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Rest On The Flight To Egypt Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio This is a bit different than the typical Caravaggio. Less muscular and dark but still technically marvelous and evocative of so much....
kundst: Caravaggio (It. 1571-1610) Rest on the flight into Egypt (1595/1597) Oil on canvas (130 x 160 cm) Galeria Doria Pamphilj
Well, "boyfriend" may not exactly be the right word, as Jacob Mikanowski explains. But the evidence (a census and some 368-year-old gossip) indicates that young Francesco Buoneri lived and studied with Caravaggio for years, and his face appears in quite a few of the painter's works.
This week, Trump as a Mr. Men comic, Timbuktu's manuscripts, Caravaggio's male muse, unbuilt LA, a poem by Jane Hirshfield, and more. The post Required Reading appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The Bruce High Quality Foundation's latest exhibition transposes the activity of an art school/studio onto the paintings of Caravaggio, Rubens, and Poussin.
blackpaint20: Detail The Seven Works of Mercy (1609), Caravaggio