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Caravaggio

Explore the mesmerizing paintings of Caravaggio and delve into the rich history and techniques behind his masterpieces. Immerse yourself in the world of this legendary Italian artist.
Caravaggio, Annibale Carracci, Saint Matthew, Saint John, Cupid And Psyche, Rennaissance Art, Renaissance Artists, Vatican Museums, European Paintings

Here's my guide to the Caravaggio Trail in Rome. This guide covers the life of the groundbreaking Baroque artist. And it tells you where to find his art in Rome. There are 24 of Caravaggio's famous paintings in Rome. They're in Rome's best museums, churches, and secret palaces.

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Notice Caravaggio's mastery of light and shadows. He was known for his skills in realism and recreation of human emotions. Joseph Ducreux, Musée Gustave Moreau, Baroque Painting, Artwork Painting, Italian Painters, Italian Artist, Rembrandt, Madonna, Charles Gleyre

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, known simply as Caravaggio, was an Italian artist at the turn of the 17th century whose influence rivals that of Michelangelo when it comes to Western art. While Michelangelo was known for a devotion to the idealized form of body and Christian spirit, Caravaggio was known for his ability to realistically

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Ancient Greece Art, Ancient Art, Baroque Painting, Woman Painting, Caravaggio, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Art, Judith And Holofernes, Medieval Woman

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian 1573-1610) Oil on canvas, National Gallery of Ancient Art, Rome Italy Caravaggio pushed his figures up against the picture plane and used dramatic lighting which gives his paintings a quality of immediacy. He portrayed realistic observations of the physical and emotional human state. These combined characteristics had a formative influence on Baroque painting.

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