Third video about the Baroque Art serie. Any doubt? Send me a message.
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New elements, basically in realism and light. Religious and mythological painting.
Caravaggio: he had a hard life. His paintings are very realistic and the light is called tenebrism. Light effects, the figures are iluminated over a dark background. Boy peeling fruit, Rest on the Flight into Egypt, Baccus, Canestra di frutta, Cardsharps, Saint Matthew and the Angel, Vocation of Saint Matthew, Martyrdom of Saint Matthew, Virgin of Loreto, Crucifixion of Saint Peter, Fall of Saint Paul, Entombment of Christ, Victorious Love, Death of the Virgin, Virgin of the Rosary, The Seven Works of Mercy, Saint Jerome writting, Saint Jerome in meditation, Judit and Holofernes, Decapitation of Saint John the Baptist, Salome with the head of Saint John the Baptist (2 versions), David with the head of Goliat
The Carracci: they had an eclectic style. Founders of a Painting Academy in Bologne.
Ludovico Carracci: Madonna Bargellini, La Carraccina
Agostino Carracci: Last Communion of Saint Jerome, The Flood, Ecstasy of Saint Catalina
Annibale Carracci: Butcher shop, Assumption, Farnese gallery, Christ in glory, Triumph of Galatea, Triumph of Baccus and Ariadna, Flight into Egypt, Domine quo vadis?, Venus Adonis and Cupid, Hercules at the crossroads
Bolognese school: influence of the style of the Carracci
Guido Reni: Ecce Homo, Aurora, Atalanta and Hipomenes, Rape of Deyanira, Mother, Archangel Michael, Conversion of Saulo
Francesco Albani: Dance of the Cupids, Apollo and Daphne, Annunciation, Baptism of Christ
Domenichino: Death of Saint Peter Martyr, Communion of Saint Jerome, Sibyl, Hunt of Diana, Lady and unicorn
Guercino: Astrology, Return of the prodigal son, Aurora, Mars Venus and Cupid, Christ and the samaritan, Sussane and the elders, Christ resurrected and the Virgin
Paolo Bonzi: Diana and Callisto, Landscape with shepherd, Fruits vegetals and butterfly
Felice Boselli: Pumpkins pomegranates and figs, Head of veal
Mastelletta: Guests eating in the lakeshore
Roman school: here come artists of different regions
Orazio Gentileschi: Lute player, Moses rescued from the Nile, Lady playing violin, Judit and Holofernes, Danae, Cupid and Psique, Hunter Diana
Artemisia Gentileschi: Self-portrait, Self-portrait as allegory of painting, Maria Magdalena as Melancoly, Judit and her lady, Judit and Holofernes
Bartolomeo Manfredi: Young man playing the lute, Apollo and Marsyas, Mars punishing Cupid
Orazio Borgianni: Holy Family, San Carlos Borromeo, David and Goliat
Andrea Sacchi: Three Magdalenas
Pietro da Cortona: Decoration of the Palazzo Barberini
Neapolitan school: influence of Caravaggio
Battistello: Martyrdom of Saint Sebastiano, Agony of Christ
Bernardo Cavallino: Saint Cecilia
Luca Giordano: Creation of Man, Triumph of the Medici, Archangel Saint Michael, Penitent Magdalena, Solomo and Sheba, Allegory of the Golden Fleece
Salvator Rosa: Self-portrait, Allegory of Fortune, Demokritos, Appearance of Astrea, Landscape with Tobit and the Angel
Ruoppolo: Fruit and shell
Francesco Solimena: Slaughter of the Giustiniani in Scio, Expulsión of Heliodorus from the Temple, Diana and Endymion, Rape of Orithyia
Venetian school: it is the most representative, with fantastic landscapes
Sebastiano Ricci: Madonna and Saints in San Giorgio Maggiore, Sussane and Daniel, Diana and Endymion, Venus and Adonis, Hercules and Nesso
Giambattista Piazzetta: Divine, Assumption of the Virgin, Young man with flag
Giambattista Tiepolo: Lady with parrot, Aeneas and Cupid, Banquet of Cleopatra, Apotheosis of the family Pisani, Apotheosis of Spain
Canaletto: Venice (2), Whitehall, Thames, Alnwick castle, Westminster bridge
Bernardo Belloto: Garten Palace of Vienna, Varsov, Architecture of a palace
Francesco Guardi: Rio dei mendicanti, Venetian lake, Bucintoro festival of Venice, The Lagoon looking toward Murano from the Fondamenta Nuove, Fire in the oil deposit in San Marcuola
Music: Spring by Antonio Vivaldi
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