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Carlo Saraceni St.Cecelia with an Angel oil painting


St.Cecelia with an Angel
Painting ID::  3701
Artist: Carlo Saraceni
Painting: St.Cecelia with an Angel
Introduction: Galleria Nazionale di Arte Antica, Rome
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carlo Saraceni Venus and Mars oil painting


Venus and Mars
Painting ID::  3702
Artist: Carlo Saraceni
Painting: Venus and Mars
Introduction: 1605-10 Museum of Art, Sao Paolo
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carlo Saraceni The Birth of the Virgin (mk05) oil painting


The Birth of the Virgin (mk05)
Painting ID::  20353
Artist: Carlo Saraceni
Painting: The Birth of the Virgin (mk05)
Introduction: Copper,28 1/4 x 16 1/2''(72 x 42 cm).Given to the Louvre in 1974-18
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carlo Saraceni landscape with salmacis and hermaphroditus oil painting


landscape with salmacis and hermaphroditus
Painting ID::  56045
Artist: Carlo Saraceni
Painting: landscape with salmacis and hermaphroditus
Introduction: mk247 c.1608,oil on panel,16.125x20.875 in,41x53 cm,museo di capodimonte,naples,ltaly
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carlo Saraceni Andromede attachee oil painting


Andromede attachee
Painting ID::  68863
Artist: Carlo Saraceni
Painting: Andromede attachee
Introduction: Medium oil on panel Dimensions 26 X 22 cm
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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     1580-1620 Italian Carlo Saraceni Galleries Carlo Saraceni (Venice 1579-Venice, 16 June 1620) was an Italian early-Baroque painter, whose reputation as a "first-class painter of the second rank" was improved with the publication of a modern monograph in 1968. Though he was born in Venice, his paintings are distinctly Roman in style; he moved to Rome in 1598, joining the Accademia di San Luca in 1607. He never visited France, though he spoke fluent French and had French followers and a French wardrobe. His painting, however, was influenced at first by the densely forested, luxuriantly enveloping landscape settings for human figures of Adam Elsheimer, a German painter resident in Rome; "there are few landscapes by Saraceni which have not been attributed to Elsheimer," Malcolm Waddingham observed, and Anna Ottani Cavina has suggested the influences may have travelled both ways. and Elsheimer's small cabinet paintings on copper offered a format that Saraceni employed in six landscape panels illustrating The Flight of Icarus; in Moses and the Daughters of Jethro and Mars and Venus. Saint Sebastian Castle Museum, PragueWhen Caravaggio's notorious Death of the Virgin was rejected in 1606 as an altarpiece suitable for a chapel of Santa Maria della Scala, it was Saraceni who provided the acceptable substitute, which remains in situ, the only securely dated painting of his first decade in Rome. He was influenced by Caravaggio's dramatic lighting, monumental figures, naturalistic detail, and momentary action (illustration, right), so that he is numbered among the first of the "tenebrists" or "Caravaggisti". Examples of this style can be seen in the candlelit Judith and the Head of Holofernes. Saraceni's matured rapidly between 1606 and 1610, and the next decade gave way to his fully mature works, synthesizing Caravaggio and the Venetians. In 1616?C17 he collaborated on the frescoes for the Sala Regia of the Palazzo del Quirinale. In 1618 he received payment for two paintings in the church of Santa Maria dell'Anima. The compositional details of his fresco of The Birth of the Virgin in the Chapel of the Annunciation of the church of Santa Maria in Aquiro are repeated in a panel on copper at the Louvre In 1620 he returned to Venice, where he died in the same year. He was so influential on the style of an anonymous still life painter working in Rome, that the man is known as "Pensionante del Saraceni" . Related Artists to Carlo Saraceni : | MIERIS, Frans van, the Elder | george grosz | Franz von Stuck | Antoon Claeissens | Circle of Mateo Cerezo the Younger |

 

 

 

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