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  1. Caravaggio: The Complete Paintings by Sebastian Schutze, 2009-12-01
  2. Caravaggio, 1571-1610 (Taschen Basic Art Series) by Gilles Lambert, 2000-08-01
  3. Discovering Caravaggio: The Art Lover's Guide to Understanding Symbols in His Paintings by Stefano Zuffi, 2010-10-26
  4. The Lost Painting: The Quest for a Caravaggio Masterpiece by Jonathan Harr, 2005-10-25
  5. Caravaggio: Painter of Miracles (Eminent Lives) by Francine Prose, 2010-02-01
  6. Caravaggio by Catherine Puglisi, 2000-01-03
  7. Caravaggio Studies by R. Friedlaender, 1975-06
  8. M : The Man Who Became Caravaggio by Peter Robb, 2001-02-10
  9. Caravaggio (25) by Taschen, 2010-10-01
  10. The Lives of Caravaggio (Lives of the Artists series) by Giorgio Mancini, Giovanni Baglione, et all 2005-02-01
  11. Caravaggio
  12. Caravaggio (Rizzoli Art Classics)
  13. Caravaggio (Bfi Modern Classics) by Leo Bersani, Ulysse Dutoit, 1999-05-27
  14. Vittorio Sgarbi's Caravaggio by Vittorio Sgarbi, 2007-04-17

caravaggio. Italian painter (b. 1573, caravaggio, d. 1610, Porto Ercole). Paintings between 1593 and 1596; Paintings between 1596 and
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caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da. caravaggio ( 15731610). Probably the most revolutionary artist of his time, the Italian painter caravaggio abandoned the rules that had guided a century of artists before him.
Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da
Caravaggio (1573-1610). Probably the most revolutionary artist of his time, the Italian painter Caravaggio abandoned the rules that had guided a century of artists before him. They had idealized the human and religious experience. He was born Michelangelo Merisi on Sept. 28, 1573, in Caravaggio, Italy. As an adult he would become known by the name of his birthplace. Orphaned at age 11, he was apprenticed to the painter Simone Peterzano of Milan for four years. At some time between 1588 and 1592, Caravaggio went to Rome and worked as an assistant to painters of lesser skill. About 1595 he began to sell his paintings through a dealer. The dealer brought Caravaggio to the attention of Cardinal Francesco del Monte. Through the cardinal, Caravaggio was commissioned, at age 24, to paint for the church of San Luigi dei Francesi. In its Contarelli Chapel Caravaggio's realistic naturalism first fully appeared in three scenes he created of the life of St. Matthew. The works caused public outcry, however, because of their realistic and dramatic nature. The Calling of Saint Matthew The Inspiration of Saint Matthew
1602; Oil on canvas, 9' 8 1/2" x 6' 2 1/2"; Contarelli Chapel, Church of San Luigi dei Francesi, Rome

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15721610) VIEW IMAGE LIST. After a lacklustre apprenticeship, caravaggio went to Rome. By 1592, he was causing scandal, not only because of his volatile character and temper but because of his controversial painting methods. In spite of adverse reactions, caravaggio was commissioned to produce a number
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(c. 1572-1610) VIEW IMAGE LIST See also Baroque Art Criticism on Caravaggio Caravaggio CV Caravaggio Screensaver "After a lacklustre apprenticeship, Caravaggio went to Rome. By 1592, he was causing scandal, not only because of his volatile character and temper but because of his controversial painting methods. He rejected the lengthy preparations traditional in central Italy, preferring instead to work in oils directly from the subject - half-length figures and still life - as practised by the Venetians. He aimed to make paintings that depicted the truth and he was critically condemned for being a naturalist. In spite of adverse reactions, Caravaggio was commissioned to produce a number of large-scale paintings. However, certain of these after 1600 were made only to be rejected by patrons on the grounds of indecorum or theological incorrectness. His innovatory work nevertheless gained strong support and was a welcome antidote to Mannerism, or the limp compromises wrought by lesser artists working on religious themes. Supper at Emmaus is an example of Caravaggio's virtuoso talent. Not only are the protagonists and the still life rendered equally with impeccable technique but the attitude of the apostles as they react to Christ is a remarkable interpretation. The circumstances and heightened emotion of the narrative are given further expression with dramatic chiaroscuro and powerful foreshortening."

4. Biography
Biography of caravaggio (b. 1573, caravaggio, d. 1610, Porto Ercole) in the Web Gallery of Art, a searchable image collection and database of European
(b. 1573, Caravaggio, d. 1610, Porto Ercole)
Caravaggio, byname of Michelangelo Merisi, Italian painter whose revolutionary technique of tenebrism, or dramatic, selective illumination of form out of deep shadow, became a hallmark of Baroque painting. Scorning the traditional idealized interpretation of religious subjects, he took his models from the streets and painted them realistically. His three paintings of St Matthew (c. 1597-1602) caused a sensation and were followed by such masterpieces as The Supper at Emmaus (1601-02) and Death of the Virgin Early life Caravaggio was the son of Fermo Merisi, steward and architect of the Marquis of Caravaggio. Orphaned at age 11, Caravaggio was apprenticed in the same year to the painter Simone Peterzano of Milan. At some time between 1588 and 1592, Caravaggio went to Rome. He was already in possession of the fundamental technical skills of painting and had acquired, with characteristic eagerness, a thorough understanding of the approach of the Lombard and Venetian painters, who, opposed to idealized Florentine painting, had developed a style that was nearer to representing nature and events. Caravaggio arrived in Rome and settled into the cosmopolitan society of the Campo Marzio. This decaying neighbourhood of inns, eating houses, temporary shelter, and little picture shops in which Caravaggio came to live suited his circumstances and his temperament. He was virtually without means, and his inclinations were always toward anarchy and against tradition.

5. Caravaggio - Olga's Gallery
Comprehensive collection of the images of caravaggio's works with biography and historical comments
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Caravaggio Biography Page One Boy Peeling a Fruit. c.1593-1594. Oil on canvas. Private collection, Rome, Italy. Self-Portrait as Sick Bacchus. c.1593-1594. Oil on canvas. Galleria Borghese, Rome, Italy. More. Boy Bitten by a Lizard. c.1593-1594. Oil on canvas. The National Gallery, London, UK. Boy with a Basket of Fruit. c.1593-1594. Oil on canvas. Galleria Borghese, Rome, Italy. Penitent Magdalene . c.1593-1594. Oil on canvas. Galleria Doria Pamphilj, Rome, Italy. More. The Cardsharps (I Bari). c.1594-1595. Oil on canvas. Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX, USA. The Musicians. c.1595. Oil on canvas. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA. The Lute-Player. c.1595-1596. Oil on canvas. The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia. The Rest on the Flight into Egypt. c.1595. Oil on canvas. Galleria Doria Pamphilj, Rome, Italy. More. St. Francis in Ecstasy. c.1596. Oil on canvas. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT, USA. More. Bacchus. c.1597. Oil on canvas. Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy. More.

6. Caravaggio Online
caravaggio Italian Baroque Era Painter, C.15711610 Guide to pictures of works by caravaggio in art museum sites and image archives worldwide. caravaggio art links/last verified May 5-7, 2004
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Paintings in Museums and Art Galleries: Hermitage Museum , Saint Petersburg, Russia
The Lute-Player , C.1595
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David With the Head of Goliath Kunsthistorisches Museum , Vienna Madonna of the Rosary Louvre Museum , Paris Death of the Virgin Louvre Museum Database , Paris (only available in French) Metropolitan Museum of Art , New York The Musicians , C.1595 (Zoom) National Gallery, London , UK Boy bitten by a Lizard Salome receives the Head of Saint John the Baptist The Supper at Emmaus Prado Museum , Madrid David Victorious over Goliath Uffizi Gallery , Florence Sacrifice of Isaac Uffizi Gallery , Florence Head of Medusa Vatican Museums , Vatican City Deposition from the Cross Accademia Carrara , Bergamo, Italy (in Italian) 41 paintings Art Gallery of Ontario St. John the Baptist

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1599-1600, Contarelli Chapel, San Luigi dei Francesi, Rome P The inspiration of St. Matthew 1602, Contarelli Chapel, San Luigi dei Francesi, Rome P St. Matthew and the Angel 1602, destroyed P Madonna Palafrenieri (Madonna with the serpent) Galleria Borghese , Rome Standard resolution High resolution P The sacrifice of Isaac Galleria degli Uffizi , Florence P The rest during the fight from Egypth, detail of the angel Galleria Doria Pamphilj , Rome P The rest during the fight from Egypth Galleria Doria Pamphilj , Rome P The rest during the fight from Egypth, detail of Mary and Jesus

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Michelangelo Merisi da caravaggio (1573 1610) Italian baroque painter, who was the most revolutionary artist of his time and the best exemplar of naturalistic painting in the early 17th century. Originally named Michelangelo Merisi, caravaggio was born September 28, 1573, in the Lombardy hill town of caravaggio, from which his professional name is
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1573 - 1610) Italian baroque painter, who was the most revolutionary artist of his time and the best exemplar of naturalistic painting in the early 17th century.
Originally named Michelangelo Merisi, Caravaggio was born September 28, 1573, in the Lombardy hill town of Caravaggio, from which his professional name is derived. Orphaned at age 11, he was apprenticed to the painter Simone Peterzano of Milan for four years. At some time between 1588 and 1592, Caravaggio went to Rome and worked as an assistant to Giuseppe Cesari, also known as the Cavaliere d'Arpino, for whom he executed fruit and flower pieces (now lost).
Caravaggio's personal life was turbulent. He was often arrested and imprisoned. He fled Rome for Naples in 1606 when charged with murder. Later that year he traveled to Malta, was made a knight, or cavaliere, of the Maltese order. In October of 1608, Caravaggio was again arrested and, escaping from a Maltese jail, went to Syracuse in Sicily. He died on the beach at Port'Ercole in Tuscany on July 18, 1610, of a fever contracted after a mistaken arrest.

9. THAIS.IT - Caravaggio
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CARAVAGGIO 28 settembre 1573 nacque MICHELANGELO MERISI, detto il Caravaggio, nel bergamasco.
Questa, perlomeno, è la data tradizionalmente tramandata, perché ricavata dalla copia di un documento di un amico, Marzio Milesi, che oltre alla data e al luogo della nascita riporta anche la data e il luogo della morte del pittore.
Il padre, Fermo Merisi, era maestro di casa e architetto (negli atti viene definito "magister", cioè libero professionista) del marchese di Caravaggio, e in questo piccolo centro del bergamasco effettivamente i Merisi sono ricordati nei documenti come proprietari di terreni. Nel 1584 il ragazzo, minorenne, (il padre doveva essere nel frattempo morto) fu messo a bottega presso un pittore locale, tale Simone Peterzano, che si vantava scolaro di Tiziano e lavorava a Milano. Secondo alcuni studiosi l'apprendistato sarebbe durato sino all'88, ma in base a una ricostruzione più convincente, si sarebbe protratto fino al 1590. Intorno al 1592-1593 Michelangelo Merisi si trasferì a Roma.

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ARCENTER 83 Works ARTONLINE GALLERY ARTONLINE Amor vittorioso Bacco Cena in Emmaus ... Sepoltura di Cristo BERGER - WORLD ART TREASURES BERGER Adoration of the Shepherds Bacchus Basket of Fruit ... The Fortune-teller BILDINDEX DER KUNST UND ARCHITEKTUR BILDINDEX 141 Images CAROL GERTEN'S FINE ART CGFA Amor Victorius Concert Conversion on the Way to Damascus ... St. Francis in Ecstasy

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13. Nous Clàssics / Pel.lícules Emeses / Caravaggio
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14. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Polidoro (Da Caravaggio) Caldara
Italian painter. (14921543)
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These designs are known today only from reproductive etchings and engravings from the hands of Alberti and Goltzius. When Rome was sacked in 1527, Caldara went to Naples, where he was helped by Andrea de Salerna. He started a school and received many commissions for frescoes. He left Naples for Sicily and in Messina attained great success. He painted the triumphal arches erected on the return of Charles V from Tunis, and in 1534 produced his masterpiece, "Christ Bearing the Cross". This oil is grand in conception and composition, and is treated in a far more naturalistic style than any of his other paintings. Some of his noteworthy works are: friezes in the Vatican; "Psyche received into Olympus", in the Louvre, Paris; "Passage of the Red Sea", in the Brera, Milan. LEIGH HUNT
Transcribed by Matthew Reak The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume III
Nihil Obstat, November 1, 1908.
Remy Lafort, S.T.D., Censor

15. Dossier - Morte Di Pasolini E Di Caravaggio
Affinit  tra la vita e la morte di Pier Paolo Pasolini e di caravaggio. Contributi critici.
Contributi critico-storici e citazioni relative all'articolo Dove l'acqua del Tevero s'insala Pasolini secondo Federico Zeri
Pasolini [...] Pasolini ha avuto una sorta di folgorazione, dalla pittura antica, e quando ha approfondito questa sua, diciamo, curiosita' ha trovato che la pittura antica puo' fornire una quantita' enorme di spunti tipologici, formali, che lui ha tutti reinterpretati. Ha guardato poi in modo particolare Rosso e Pontormo perche' erano pittori dei quali avvertiva la sostanza agitata tipica di un periodo di crisi, di transmutazione. Ha avvertito soprattutto in Pontormo il dramma interno dell'artista solitario, incompreso, omosessuale e in Rosso ha capito, non so pero' fino a quale punto, il profondo divario fra le cose che dipingeva e quelle in cui credeva. Secondo me Rosso e' un pittore blasfemo, un pittore non dico ateo, ma per lo meno molto scettico, che prende in giro anche le cose piu' sacre della pittura. Io me ne sono accorto quando ho visto l'Ecce Homo, cioe' il Cristo morto con gli angeli, oggi nel Museo di Boston. [...] Quella che fosse la religiosita' di Pasolini non l'ho mai capita bene. Debbo dire che Pasolini, a mio avviso, era profondamente cattolico, nel suo intimo; era formato dall'Italia cattolica, quindi aveva un forte senso del peccato, un forte senso della redenzione, un forte senso della liberazione dal peccato e dal senso di colpa. Questo secondo me era Pasolini. Io quando l'ho conosciuto, l'ho incontrato piu' di una volta e ho avuto sempre l'impressione di una persona profondamente toccata dal senso di colpa, agitata, quasi tormentata, lacerata, ecco il vero termine che si addice a Pasolini, lacerata, una persona che voleva essere punita. Poi anche il culto della mamma, che era molto profondo in Pasolini, tant'e' vero che la madre addirittura mi sembra appaia come Madonna in un film che e' Il Vangelo secondo Matteo.

16. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Caravaggio (Michaelangelo Morigi)
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His paintings are to be found at Rome, Berlin, Dresden, Paris, St. Petersburg, Malta, Copenhagen, Munich, and in the national Gallery, London. His colouring is vigorous, extraordinary, and daring; in design he is often careless, in drawing frequently inacccurate, but his flesh tints are exceedingly good, and his skill in lighting, although inaccurate and full of tricks is very attractive. His pictures are distinguished by startling contrasts in light and shadow and by extraordinary effects of light on half-length figures, giving the desired appearance of high relief, the general effect of the remainder of the picture being over sombre. BALDINUCCI, Notizie de' Professori del disegno, II (1688); LANZI, Storia Pittorica, I, (1809). GEORGE CHARLES WILLIAMSON
Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume X
Nihil Obstat, October 1, 1911.
Remy Lafort, S.T.D., Censor
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Home Introduzione Artisti contemporanei Artisti del passato ... Desktop Il nome reale del pittore è Michelangelo Merisi nato a Caravaggio nel 1571 e scomparso a Port' Ercole nel 1610. La luce di Caravaggio Si formò a Milano sulle opere di maestri bergamaschi e bresciani del Cinquecento, dai quali trasse l'attenzione al fatto reale quotidiano, e una religiosità schietta e priva di enfasi. Caratteristica innovatrice della sua pittura è la funzione della luce, che fa emergere le cose dall'ombra e costruisce i volumi. Questi elementi maturarono quando Caravaggio si trasferì a Roma intorno al 1593. Alcune opere si riferiscono agli anni che seguirono il periodo di alunnato presso la bottega del pittore bergamasco S. Peterzano e che l'artista eseguì prima del suo viaggio a Roma: "Bacco" negli Uffizi di Firenze; "Fanciullo morso da un ramarro" collezione di R. Longhi; "Buona ventura" esposto al Louvre di Parigi; "Il Riposo nella fuga in Egitto e la Maddalena" esposto nella Galleria Borghese di Roma. Il realismo quotidiano Ai primi brani di realismo quotidiano "Il Bacchino malato" esposto nella Galleria Borghese di Roma, il più tardo "I bari" esposto nella Galleria Sciarra di Roma e il bellissimo "Canestro di frutta" esposto nella Pinacoteca ambrosiana di Milano, succedono composizioni più complesse che culminano nel ciclo per la cappella Contarelli in S. Luigi dei Francesi. Queste opere "S. Matteo e l'angelo" e "Vocazione e Martirio di S. Matteo" suscitarono scandalo per l'ardita interpretazione realistica degli episodi religiosi, narrati con drammatico linguaggio chiaroscurale.

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To Biography. Graphic Medusa, after 1590, oil on canvas mounted on wood, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. 85KB Graphic Youth with
Medusa, after 1590, oil on canvas mounted on wood, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. 85KB Youth with a Flower Basket, before 1595, Galleria Borghese at Rome. 97KB Youth Bitten by a Green Lizard, Longhi Collection, Florence. 99KB Concert, before 1595, Metropolitan Museum of Art at New York. 132KB Lute Player, before 1595, The Hermitage at St. Petersburg. 105KB The Lute Player, Private collection, New York. 89KB The Cardsharps (I Bari), approx. 1595, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth. 111KB St. Francis in Ecstasy, approx. 1595, oil on canvas, Wadsworth Atheneum at Hartford, Connecticut. 70KB Martha and Mary Magdalene, approx. 1595, Detroit Institute of Arts. 113KB The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1590-1610, oil on canvas, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. 89KB Narcissus, Galleria Nazionale de Arte Antica, Rome. 60KB Rest During the Flight into Egypt, Galleria Doria Pamphili, Rome. 94KB
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Le vostre ricerche Link Siti amici Link consigliati Caravaggio A vent'anni si trasferisce a Roma, prima presso Lorenzo Siciliano, di seguito presso Antiveduto Gramatica, poi presso il Cavalier d'Arpino. Costui gli affida l'esecuzione di quadri di genere, rappresentanti fiori o frutta, genere dispezzato dagli accademici del tempo perchè ritenuti soggetti inferiori rispetto a dipinti in cui venivano rappresentate figure umane. Egli inventa un suo particolare repertorio dipingendo giovani presi dalla strada, messi in posa, accompagnati da cesti di frutta, calici e oggetti di vetro. Bacchino malato Ragazzo morso da un ramarro il Giovane con cesto di frutta e Bacco degli Uffizi. Rivela la sua predilezione per soggetti popolareschi e musicali nei dipinti come

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