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Title: Caravaggio


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Caravaggio
By Ryan Cosby
Bernini
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Caravaggio
  • The most original painter of the seventeenth
    century.
  • Took realism to new lengths , painting bodies in
    a thoroughly down and dirty style
  • Secularized religious art, making saints and
    miracles seem like ordinary people.

3
Caravaggio
  • He advocated direct painting from nature.
  • He uses the perspective that brings the viewer
    into action.
  • To the police he was fugitive and wanted for
    murder.

4
Caravaggio
  • Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisel) was born in
    1571
  • Caravaggio died in 1610
  • In 1605 he had to flee Rome for stabbing a man
    over a women.
  • In 1606 he killed a friend in a sword fight,
    because of a score in a tennis match.

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Art works!
High-Res Low-Res
David Head!
The Deposition
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Bernini
  • Gianlorenzo was an architect, painter,
    playwright, composer, and a theater designer.
  • He was brilliant wit and caricaturist.
  • Public fountains, religious art, and design of St
    Peters left his mark on the face of Rome.

7
Bernini
  • Gianlorenzo Bernini was born in 1589
  • He died in 1610 collapsed on a beach
  • Cause by misfortune, exhaustion and illness.

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Art works!
Santa Maria
bernini.JPG
Soggetto dell ...
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Why these artist were a good example of Baroque
style in my opinion.
  • These two artists both exaggerated motion and
    clear, easily interpreted detail.
  • They both produce drama, tension, exuberance,
    and grandeur from sculpture, painting,
    literature, and music.
  • Their styles both started around 1600 in Rome,
    Italy and spread to most of Europe
  • Their popularity and success of the Baroque was
    encouraged by the Catholic Church.
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