This is Caravaggio
80 pages, 17.5 x 22.8 cm , 378 g.
This is Caravaggio
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Mercurial, saturnine, scandalous, and unpredictable, Caravaggio—as a man, as a character, and as an artist—holds dramatic appeal.

He spent a large part of his life on the run, leaving a trail of illuminated chaos wherever he passed, most of it recorded in criminal justice records. When he did settle for long enough to paint, he produced works of staggering creativity and technical innovation.

He was famous throughout Italy for his fulminating temper, but also for his radical and sensitive humanization of biblical stories, and in particular his decision to include the brutal and dirty life of the street in his paintings. Caravaggio was a rebel and a violent man, but he eyed the world with deep empathy, realism, and an unrelenting honesty.
PublisherLaurence King
Year
CoverHardcover
LanguageEnglish
NoteIllustrated by Iker Spozio
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ISBN978-1-78067-700-2
Author(s)Annabel Howard
Article IDart-49512

 

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