Caravaggio

Caravaggio
  • Author : DavidM. Stone
  • Publsiher : Routledge
  • Release : 05 July 2017
  • ISBN : 1351572717
  • Pages : 392 pages
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 ratings
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As this collection of essays makes clear, the paths to grasping the complexity of Caravaggio?s art are multiple and variable. Art historians from the UK and North America offer new or recently updated interpretations of the works of seventeenth-century Italian painter Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio and of his many followers known as the Caravaggisti. The volume deals with all the major aspects of Caravaggio?s paintings: technique, creative process, religious context, innovations in pictorial genre and narrative, market strategies, biography, patronage, reception, and new hermeneutical trends. The concluding section tackles the essential question of Caravaggio?s legacy and the production of his followers-not only in terms of style but from some highly innovative strategies: concettismo; art marketing and the price of pictures; self-fashioning and biography; and the concept of emulation.


Caravaggio

Caravaggio
  • Author : DavidM. Stone
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 05 July 2017
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As this collection of essays makes clear, the paths to grasping the complexity of Caravaggio?s art are multiple and variable. Art historians from the UK and North America offer new or recently updated interpretations of the works of seventeenth-century Italian painter Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio and of his many followers known as the Caravaggisti. The volume deals with all the major aspects of Caravaggio?s paintings: technique, creative process, religious context, innovations in pictorial genre and narrative, market strategies,


Caravaggio

Caravaggio
  • Author : Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
  • Publisher : University of Delaware Press
  • Release : 26 February 2021
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This volume considers Caravaggio's revolutionary "realism" from a range of perspectives by a plurality of leading scholars. First, it advances our understanding of Caravaggio's relationship with the "new" science of observation championed by Galileo. Second, it examines afresh the theoretical nature of Caravaggio's seemingly direct "realism." Third, it extends the horizons of research on Caravaggio's complex intellectual and social milieu between high and low cultures. Fourth, it redefines our understanding of the relationship between Caravaggio's life and his art in


The Age of Caravaggio

The Age of Caravaggio
  • Author : Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
  • Publisher : Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Release : 26 February 1985
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Combines a history of Caravaggio criticism through four centuries, with reproductions of many of the great works by the Italian painter of the late sixteenth century and outstanding examples from the oeuvre of the painters he influenced


Michelangelo da Caravaggio

Michelangelo da Caravaggio
  • Author : Félix Witting,M.L. Patrizi
  • Publisher : Parkstone International
  • Release : 17 January 2012
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After staying in Milan for his apprenticeship, Michelangelo da Caravaggio arrived in Rome in 1592. There he started to paint with both realism and psychological analysis of the sitters. Caravaggio was as temperamental in his painting as in his wild life. As he also responded to prestigious Church commissions, his dramatic style and his realism were seen as unacceptable. Chiaroscuro had existed well before he came on the scene, but it was Caravaggio who made the technique definitive, darkening the shadows



Caravaggio

Caravaggio
  • Author : Howard Hibbard
  • Publisher : HarperCollins Publishers
  • Release : 26 February 1983
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Analyzes the development of the art of the seventeenth-century Italian painter, Caravaggio, and discusses his life and personality


Caravaggio

Caravaggio
  • Author : John Gash
  • Publisher : Chaucer Press
  • Release : 26 February 2021
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Examines the art and impact of the great Renaissance painter Caravaggio, and includes reproductions of most of Caravaggio's surviving paintings, many in color.


Quoting Caravaggio

Quoting Caravaggio
  • Author : Maria Gertrudis Bal,Mieke Bal
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 01 August 1999
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A rigorous, rewarding work, "Quoting Caravaggio" is at once a meditation on history as a creative, nonlinear process; a study of the work of Caravaggio and the Baroque; and a brilliant critical exposition of contemporary artistic expression. 62 color plates. 25 halftones.


Caravaggio

Caravaggio
  • Author : Gilles Lambert,Gilles Néret,Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
  • Publisher : Taschen America Llc
  • Release : 26 February 2021
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A painter ahead of his time: Rebellious art from the Baroque age Notorious bad boy of Italian Baroque painting, Caravaggio (1571-1610) is finally getting the recognition he deserves. Though his name may be familiar to all of us, his work had been habitually detested and forced into obscurity. Not only was his theatrical realism unfashionable in his time, but his sacrilegious subject matter and use of lower-class models were violently scorned. Caravaggio's great work had the misfortune of enduring centuries


Caravaggio

Caravaggio
  • Author : Richard Vetere
  • Publisher : Dramatic Publishing
  • Release : 26 February 2021
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"Cast: 6m., 1w., extras if desired. Caravaggio is set in Rome in 1600 when the city was vibrant with artists, powerful religious leaders, the Inquisition and street violence. A famous painter in his lifetime, Caravaggio kills a man in a brawl and finds a bounty on his head put there not only by the dead man's family but by the Vatican itself. Cardinal Del Monte, his protector, secures a commission for Caravaggio on the isolated island of Malta while he works


Caravaggio

Caravaggio
  • Author : Félix Witting,M.L. Patrizi
  • Publisher : Parkstone International
  • Release : 15 September 2015
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After staying in Milan for his apprenticeship, Michelangelo da Caravaggio arrived in Rome in 1592. There he started to paint with both realism and psychological analysis of the sitters. Caravaggio was as temperamental in his painting as in his wild life. As he also responded to prestigious Church commissions, his dramatic style and his realism were seen as unacceptable. Chiaroscuro had existed well before he came on the scene, but it was Caravaggio who made the technique definitive, darkening the shadows


Caravaggio

Caravaggio
  • Author : John Varriano
  • Publisher : Penn State Press
  • Release : 01 November 2010
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The dramatic realism of Caravaggio's art has fascinated viewers since the seventeenth century. Yet no prior monograph presents the thorough investigation of Caravaggio's "realism" ventured in John Varriano's remarkable book. Forgoing the "life and works" format of most earlier monographs, Varriano concentrates on uncovering the principles and practices -- the intellect and the imagination -- that guided Caravaggio's eye and brush as he made some of the most controversial paintings in the history of art. The book contains numerous color


Caravaggio's Rome: Works

Caravaggio's Rome: Works
  • Author : Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
  • Publisher : Anonim
  • Release : 26 February 2021
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Caravaggio was an unquestioned genius who eclipsed all other artists of his time. But just who were these fellow travellers? Bringing together 200 works from world collections, Caravaggios Rome is the first work to reconstruct the connective tissue of the Eternal City where the great genius lived and worked.


Caravaggio and His Two Cardinals

Caravaggio and His Two Cardinals
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Penn State Press
  • Release : 26 February 2021
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This context enriches our understanding of the paintings - the "Pastor Friso," often dubiously said to represent John the Baptist, the Supper at Emmaus in the London National Gallery, and the newly rediscovered Kiss of Judas in Dublin - then implicates wider contexts, including a comparative study of the artist's most famous works, the Matthew cycle in the Contarelli chapel, and his other patrons, specifically Cardinal Del Monte.