detailedart: Detail n°2/3 of The Seven Works of Mercy (1606–1607), by Caravaggio.
artmodelnyc: empleofapelles: Caravaggio (detail) Madonna di Loreto, 1604 One of my all time favorite paintings. ~ C
gairid: classic-art: St. Matthew and the Angel Caravaggio, 1602 St. Matthew looks extremely put out at the Angel Frodo dropping by unannounced.
ganymedesrocks: The Death of Hyacinthus, 17th century Italian School, after Michaelangelo Merisi Da Caravaggio, as seen at the Musée d’Art Thomas Henry, in Cherbourg,France represents Hyacinth and Apollo. Hyacinth was a beautiful youth...Show More Summary
renaissance-art: Caravaggio c. 1598 Saint Catherine of Alexandria (detail)
classic-art: The Annunciation Caravaggio, c. 1610
On May 28 1606 in Via di Pallacorda, Michelangelo Merisi?better known as Caravaggio?injured Ranuccio Tomassoni in the leg, severing his femoral vein. Their argument broke out during a game of Pallacorda, a precursor of the game of tennis which was played in the street which today bears the same name. Show More Summary
Lending his time for the Think It Up education initiative hosted by the Entertainment Industry Foundation, Justin Bieber was on-hand to perform his hit single, What Do You Mean? Having a sporty moment in all white, Bieber paired jeans,...Show More Summary
artessenziale: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Bacco (1598)
artessenziale: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, details of Fanciullo con canestro di frutta (1592) and Canestra di frutta (1599)
Caravaggio (1571–1610), The Fortune Teller, between 1596 and 1597 At first glance she seems sweet but after a second look at those calculating eyes, I don't trust her at all.
Shockingly consistent Abraham was ready and willing to sacrifice his own son. The horrific scene is depicted in Caravaggio’s “Sacrificio de Isaac” The post Thank God for the Inconsistency of Men! appeared first on The Good Men Proj...
marcuscrassus: Caravaggio - The Entombment of Christ (1603-1604), detail
Sixteenth century Italian painter Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio is recognized as one of history’s most influential artists. While he’s an icon now, before his works were inspiring paintings of shipwrecks, assassinations, and dogs playing poker, Caravaggio was just an up-and-coming artist taking his shot with The Calling of St. Show More Summary
Comparing what a street artist does to what a tagger does is like comparing what Caravaggio did with a canvas to what a dog does to a fire hydrant. The Renaissance master brought beauty into the world. The dog does little more than mark his territory. Show More Summary
Caravaggio - The Crowning with Thorns (1602-1604)
birdobeaverhousen: St. John da Baptist. Caravaggio
empleofapelles: Caravaggio, Youth with a Ram
Street entrance to the Oratorio of San Lorenzo in Palermo by Judge Arthur Tompkins This post continues last week's post "Sicily, Palermo, Cicero, and a missing Caravaggio". I found it. Not, sadly, Caravaggio's Nativity. But the stunning Oratorio where it should hang. Show More Summary