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learnarthistory: Still Life with Flowers and Fruit by...

learnarthistory: Still Life with Flowers and Fruit by Caravaggio (1601) #baroque #art https://t.co/ppxvekxrj1

Caravaggio “Basket of Fruit” c.1597 by Beth ...

Caravaggio “Basket of Fruit” c.1597 by Beth Timken Via Flickr: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian 1573-1610) Oil on canvas, 46 cm × 64.5 cm (18 in × 25.4 in) Biblioteca Ambrosiana (Ambrosian Library), Milan. Caravaggio pushed his figures up against the picture plane and used dramatic lighting which gives his paintings a quality of immediacy. Show More Summary

fckyeaharthistory: Caravaggio - The Martyrdom of St Matthew...

2 weeks agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

fckyeaharthistory: Caravaggio - The Martyrdom of St Matthew (detail),  1599-1600. Oil on canvas 

This Hand-Painted Coat by Matthew Miller Costs $13,000

Centerpiece to London designer Matthew Miller’s FW16 collection was a series of hand-painted coats adorned with the work of Renaissance artist Caravaggio. In a genius feat of cultural vandalism, the designer took some photos of Caravaggio’s St. Jerome as it hung in London’s National Gallery, then commissioned an artist to replicate the photos on oil and canvas — […]

How Michelangelo Influenced Caravaggio

I reproduce here the latest in a developing series of blog posts which are appearing on Beauty of Catholicism website by Martinho Correia, about the work of Michelangelo and Caravaggio.He calls it The Two Michelangelos (Caravaggio’s first name was Michelangelo). Show More Summary

Caravaggio “Saint Catherine of Alexandria” 1597-98...

4 weeks agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

Caravaggio “Saint Catherine of Alexandria” 1597-98 by Beth Timken Via Flickr: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian 1573-1610) Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid, Spain Doria Pamphili Gallery, Rome Italy Caravaggio pushed his figures up against the picture plane and used dramatic lighting which gives his paintings a quality of immediacy. Show More Summary

Caravaggio “Penitent Magdalene”...

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Caravaggio “Penitent Magdalene” c.1594-96 Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian 1573-1610) Oil on canvas, Doria Pamphili Gallery, Rome Italy Caravaggio pushed his figures up against the picture plane and used dramatic lighting which gives his paintings a quality of immediacy. Show More Summary

Caravaggio “Basket of Fruit” c.1597 (detail) by Beth...

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Caravaggio “Basket of Fruit” c.1597 (detail) by Beth Timken Via Flickr: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian 1573-1610) Oil on canvas, 46 cm × 64.5 cm (18 in × 25.4 in) Biblioteca Ambrosiana (Ambrosian Library), Milan. Caravaggio...Show More Summary

Caravaggio “Bacchus” 1596-97 by Beth Timken

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Caravaggio “Bacchus” 1596-97 by Beth Timken Via Flickr: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian 1573-1610) Oil on canvas, Uffizi Gallery, Florence Caravaggio pushed his figures up against the picture plane and used dramatic lighting which gives his paintings a quality of immediacy. Show More Summary

Caravaggio “Rest on the Flight to Egypt” 1596-97...

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Caravaggio “Rest on the Flight to Egypt” 1596-97 (detail modified)) by Beth Timken Via Flickr: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian 1573-1610) Oil on canvas San Luigi dei Francesi, Rome, Italy Caravaggio pushed his figures up against the picture plane and used dramatic lighting which gives his paintings a quality of immediacy. Show More Summary

Caravaggio “St John the Baptist” 1602-03 by Beth ...

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Caravaggio “St John the Baptist” 1602-03 by Beth Timken Via Flickr: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian 1573-1610) Oil on canvas Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri USA Caravaggio pushed his figures up against the picture plane and used dramatic lighting which gives his paintings a quality of immediacy. Show More Summary

Caravaggio was not a murderer: The response to an article in Burlington Magazine

last monthArts : Artdaily

While Caravaggio in a recent article in the Burlington Magazine was described as a ?murderer?, there are circumstances in the story that give the lie to this interpretation. He certainly had an exceptional personality, perhaps especially because he saw the world differently. Show More Summary

Caravaggio “Supper at Emmaus” c.1606 by Beth ...

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Caravaggio “Supper at Emmaus” c.1606 by Beth Timken Via Flickr: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian 1573-1610) Oil on canvas Brera Art Gallery, Milan, Italy Caravaggio pushed his figures up against the picture plane and used dramatic lighting which gives his paintings a quality of immediacy. Show More Summary

Caravaggio “Rest on the Flight to Egypt” 1596-97 by...

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Caravaggio “Rest on the Flight to Egypt” 1596-97 by Beth Timken Via Flickr: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian 1573-1610) Oil on canvas San Luigi dei Francesi, Rome, Italy Caravaggio pushed his figures up against the picture plane and used dramatic lighting which gives his paintings a quality of immediacy. Show More Summary

hadrian6: Apollo Flaying Marsyas.  1625.  Caravaggio School....

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hadrian6: Apollo Flaying Marsyas.  1625.  Caravaggio School. oil/canvas.    http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

sakrogoat: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio - Seven Works of...

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sakrogoat: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio - Seven Works of Mercy (detail)

First exhibition devoted to the greatest French follower of Caravaggio to open at The Met in October

2 months agoArts : Artdaily

The greatest French follower of Caravaggio (1571?1610), Valentin de Boulogne (1591?1632) was also one of the outstanding artists in 17th-century Europe. In the years following Caravaggio's death, he emerged as one of the most original protagonists of the new, naturalistic painting. Show More Summary

mikkelsenmads: Caravaggio (1986) vs. the original paintings

2 months agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

mikkelsenmads: Caravaggio (1986) vs. the original paintings

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