CARAVAGGIO
RENEGADE OF THE 16th CENTURY

Michelangelo Merisi, Caravaggio (born September 29, 1571 in Milan, † July 18, 1610 in Porto Ercole Monte Argentario), was an important Italian painter of the early Baroque, which was distinguished by its novel and realistic image design. His most significant pictorial innovation was the Chiaroscuro, the light-dark painting, as a design element of the scenes. He is considered together with Annibale Carracci as an overcomer of Mannerism and founder of Roman Baroque painting.

THE ITALIAN MASTER

AMOR VINCIT OMNIA

In the immediate years after Caravaggio's death, there was hardly a painter of importance who did not succumb to his influence.

  • JUPITER, PLUTO &

    NEPTUN

    The gods are distinguishable by the assigned animals: Jupiter with the eagle, Neptune with the sea horse and Pluto with the three-headed dog Kerberos.

  • Saint Francis of Assisi in Meditation

    Experience flashy masterpieces on cutting edge materials such as light sensitive Plexiglas, metal or phosphorescing synthetics.

  • Welcome to the fascinating bestiary, crawling and creeping out of five hundred centuries of classic art. “Animal farm” your walls in many colours.

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